Background and activities
I received the B.S. degree in Electrical engineering-control systems from the Isfahan University of Technology in 2010 and M.S. degree in Biomedical engineering from the University of Isfahan in 2014. In 2014 I pursued my education at the University of Bergen and after two years I received my M.S. degree in Measurement technology and instrumentation and the field of my research was characterization of dielectric materials (permittivity estimation) using waveguide sensors and reflection coefficient method in the microwave range.
I started my PhD program in Jan. 2017 at NTNU and my research field is a combination of modelling the biological systems and process control. In a broad perspective, the main goal of the project is to turn food products (ready-to-eat products based on meat, fish and vegetables) safer and more durable, by reducing or inhibit the ability of Listeria monocytogenes (LM) to recover from high pressure processing (HPP).
The main aim is to study the weakness of foodborne bacteria and to target these. The methodology of the work is to study the processes that leads to membrane repair, model these in Matlab, and using analysis, to propose strategy that biotechnologist could apply to weaken the bacteria.