Mamoun Medraj - Group Leader
|Full name||Mamoun Medraj|
|Room #||EV12.185, ext.:3146|
|Link||For Prospective Students|
Dr. Medraj is a professor of Materials Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Concordia University. He received his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology in 1994 and Master's degree in Design and Manufacturing Engineering in 1996 from University of Jordan. He arrived to Canada in 1998 to do his Ph.D. at the Materials Engineering Department of McGill University which he finished in 2001. He stayed one more year in the same department as a Post Doctoral Fellow. He joined Concordia University in 2002 as an assistant professor and was promoted to Associate Prof in 2006 and to Full Prof in 2012. Dr. Medraj is a registered professional engineer in Ontario.
Dr. Medraj's research efforts fit into two primary focus areas: (1) thermodynamics of materials; (2) the development and characterization of novel materials; and (3) materials processing with focus on additive manufacturing. In his research, he uses thermodynamic modeling and experimental investigation of phase equilibria as means to understand existing materials and to develop new ones. For more information about Dr. Medraj's research activities, visit the web pages of his group members.
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For a complete list of published work, please visit TMG's Publications
a) 2011 Concordia President's Teaching Award
b) 2010 ENCS Teaching Excellence Award
c) The Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Master Guidance Award for 2008
d) Excellence in Teaching Award – 2007, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
e) Young Scientist’s Award at the ICNS 2001, Munich, Germany
f) Best Graduate Student Poster – 2000 ASM International, Montreal Chapter
g) Horace G. Young Fellowship – 1998-1999, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
For research awards and grants see Funding Sources
For more information about the courses taught by Dr. Medraj, please visit the following pages:
- mech 221 - materials science
- mech 321 - properties and failure of materials
- mech 421/6511 - mechanical shaping of metals and plastics
- mech 6661 - thermodynamics of materials and phase equilibria
Department of Mechanical Engineering
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
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Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 3146
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