About me

In 2013, I graduated from Hamedan University of Technology (Iran) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Robotics Engineering. Following my first degree, I was admitted into a Master of Science position in Mechatronics Engineering at Azad University of Qazvin with a scholarship from the Mechatronics Research Laboratory (MRL) as a member of the MRL Humanoid team. Before starting my M.Sc. studies, I had joined a well-known Human and Robot Interaction Laboratory (HRI Lab. – known as TaarLab for its Persian abbreviation) as a research assistant. These experiences not only provided me the opportunity to participate in different projects but also developed my capacity to interact and work as a team member with other engineering students from different fields and majors. Regarding my great interest in human and robot interaction projects, my M.Sc thesis was focused on Imitation of human whole-body motions by a NAO humanoid robot.