Hossein Kazemi has been a research assistant in Human and Robot Interaction Laboratory (TaarLab) since fall 2014. He also was a research assistant in Rehabilitation Research Group (RRG), Biomechanics Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering Department, Sharif University of Technology (2012-2013). He also is a member of National Elites Foundation
Mr. Kazemi obtained his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif university of Technology (SUT) in 2014, and now he is studying towards his MS degree in Mechanical Engineering at Sharif University of Technology (SUT).
He was ranked 1st in National Graduate Students Admission Exam (Concour) in Mechanical Engineering field and 2nd in Aerospace Engineering field. He also got the 1st rank in 19th National Olympiad of Mechanical Engineering.
His undergraduate senior project was consisted of designing and developing an adjustable and attachable head holder for walkers used by Cerebral Palsy patients, and his MS thesis focuses on studying biomechanical effects of obesity on human spine.
His current research interest lies within the path planning of mobile robots and redundant manipulators in the presence of obstacles using electrical potential.
Outside of the lab, Hossein is a big fan of soccer and motion pictures, and he is interested in playing football and basketball.