The School of Mechanical Engineering is one of the most experienced and oldest nationwide engineering faculties as well as one of the first faculties of the University of Science and Technology. Therefore, its history is intertwined with the history of engineering in Iran. The School of Mechanical Engineering has had many ups and downs throughout its history with many happy and sad moments putting it at a point where it can proud and, of course, move toward its bright future.
Conferences and Seminars
The School of Mechanical Engineering hosts various national and international conferences and seminars some of which are held annually or biennially. We are the main organizer of some of them while just host some others essentially organized by other professional associations. The biennial X-Mech Conference on Experimental Mechanics, the Annual Gas Turbine Conference, the Applied Hydrodynamics Conference, and the Renewable Energy Conference are amongst the conferences we have been hosting over the years.
Graduates of the School of Mechanical Engineering are the eloquent history of the Faculty; they are the most valuable and real output of our Faculty having important and positive effects on improving the society life quality. KADMAN is the association of the graduates and faculty members of the School of Mechanical Engineering, which is essentially responsible for connecting graduates to the Faculty.
Dr. Ahmadian Memorial
Prof. Hamid Ahmadian was a distinguished professor of the School of Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology; his expertise was in vibration and modal analysis. He was the founder and head of Campus #2 of the University of Science and Technology and one of the founders of the Iranian Acoustic and Vibration Association. Prof. Ahmadian joined the School of Mechanical Engineering in 1996 as an assistant professor and was promoted to professor in 2006.
In August 13, 2021, after a few days of fighting with Covid-19, Prof. Ahmadian unbelievably and sorrowfully passed away leaving us in sadness, discomfort, and disquietude. His body was buried in the “Commendables” section in Behesht-e-Zahra.
May his soul rest in peace; forever remembered, forever missed!