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Mohamed Doweidar Mohyeldin Editor at IgMin Research

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Biography

Dr. Mohamed H. Doweidar is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Zaragoza University, Spain. He has taught at various schools of engineering from 1994 until now. Besides, he has made significant contributions to the fields of Computational Cell Biology, Computational Biomechanics, and Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Doweidar received his Ph.D. in Computational Fluid Dynamics (2005) along with a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Computational Fluid Mechanics (2004) from Zaragoza University, Spain; Master's degree in Engineering Mathematics (2001) from Ain Shams University, Egypt; Bachelor's degree in Statistics and Computer Science (1997) from Mansoura University, Egypt; Degree in Industrial Engineering (1993) from Benha Higher Institute of Technology, Egypt. He is a member of the Applied Mechanics and Bioengineering Group (AMB); the Center for Biomedical Research Network in Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN); the Engineering Research Institute of Aragon (I3A) and the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB). 

Dr. Doweidar has participated in several national and international research projects. In addition, he is the author and co-author of numerous scientific papers in leading journals, as well as several books and book chapters with national and international publishers. Besides, he has participated in numerous national and international conferences. He is a member of the editorial board and a reviewer for many scientific journals. In addition, he serves as an evaluator for research projects at the National Agency of Evaluation and Prospective (ANEP). In addition, he has supervised many doctoral dissertations, some of which have received the university's special prize. His research interests include Computational Biomechanics, Simulation of cellular behavior, hyperelastic materials, large deformation, Finite Element Method, Natural Elements Method, Computational Fluid Mechanics, error estimation, and Adaptivity.

Reasearch Interest

Numeric methods, finite elements; Biocomputer; Numerical simulation; Computacional fluid dynamics; Estimators and predictors