Pouria Nozari is currently pursuing his graduate studies as a M.Sc. student of Mechanical Engineering, in field of Solid mechanics at Sharif University, Tehran, Iran. His current areas of interest include path planning, control systems, Clinical Biomechanics, Parallel Robots and Rehabilitation.
He finished his high school period at Allameh Helli School (Sampad), Shahriar, Iran in summer 2008. He obtained his B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology (SUT), Tehran, Iran in 2014. Meanwhile, he got involved as a research assistant in a biomechanical research concerning “Gait analysis” and “Designing a new convenient gait orthosis” being done by Mina BaniAsad, Ph.D. student at Sharif University. His B.Sc. thesis was conversant with Biomechanics and Rehabilitation named “Design and construction of an adjustable head support mechanism for a CP patient”.
His current research focuses on path planning of mobile robots in the presence of obstacles, using potential field. He has also participated in Iranian Conference of Biomedical Engineering (ICBME 2015) in as an author and presenter of a paper named “Design and construction of an adjustable head support mechanism for a CP patient”.
He is very well at 3D modeling and analysis. In addition, he is pretty good at English. In his spare time, he plays soccer and watches movies. He also enjoys fitness and usually exercises twice a week at least.