Muhammad Ali Rostampour

PhD Candidate, Structural Engineering

Room 334, Civil Engineering Department, Isfahan University of Technology - Iran


Last Updated in May 2021

Short Bio:

Muhammad Ali is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil Engineering at Isfahan University of Technology. His main studies have focused on Structural Health Monitoring in particular Acoustic Emission. He received his MSc degree from Sharif University of Technology in 2016 and the undergraduate degree from Isfahan University of Technology in 2013. Moreover, He has Iran Construction Engineering Organization License in building engineering for design, supervision and execution fields. Muhammad Ali has worked as a structural designer for some consulting engineering companies since 2016. Designing electrical substation buildings, truss bridges, culverts, pipe racks, steel shelters and industrial sheds are some of his efforts. He also designed some large-scale hydraulic structures such as on-ground rectangular and cylindrical concrete tanks.

Research Area:

Structural and Earthquake Engineering

Research Interests:

Acoustic Emission, Structural Health Monitoring, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure Management, Disaster Risk & Loss Assessment, Collapse Risk Assessment, Endurance Time Analysis, Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering, Optimization of Structures, Structural Safety and Reliability, Rehabilitation and Strengthening of Existing Structures


Persian (Farsi), English