Kamran Nikbin

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Imperial College London, UK
Email: k.nikbin@imperial.ac.uk

Professor Kamran Nikbin got his BSc (Eng.) from Queen Mary College in 1973 and PhD, DIC (Applied Mechanics) from Imperial College in 1977. He has worked at Imperial College, London, since 1979 and has held the Royal Academy/EDF research chair in Structural Integrity since 2006. He has over 250 published papers and acts as consultant for various projects winning a number of best paper prizes. His Research Interests and academic responsibilities have ranged from scientific research to teaching and tutoring. His aim has been to direct the high temperature Structural Integrity group’s research activities to achieve an overall goal of developing predictive techniques of failure using fracture mechanics, continuum damage mechanics, micro to meso-scale modelling techniques and validating the results with appropriate experiments. He has been involved with industry and research establishments on numerous multi-disciplinary projects dealing with different aspects of fracture ranging from cryogenic to very high temperatures. In particular, his main impetus has been in the field of high temperature creep/fatigue crack growth, by considering the experimental, metallurgical, micro-modelling and numerical predictions associated with it.



  • Deadline for submission of abstract

    1 June 2020 (extended to 1 July 2020)

  • Notification of acceptance of abstract

     15 June 2020

  • Deadline for pre-conference registration

     30 Sept 2020

  • Conference open

     22 Oct 2020

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