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  CURRICULUM VITAE    

Prof. Mohammad Hossein Omid

PERSONAL PARTICULARS

SURNAME: Omid

FIRST NAME: Mohammad Hossein

UNIVERSITY POSITION: The President of University of Applied Sciences and Technology

DATE OF BIRTH: November 15, 1958

PLACE OF BIRTH: Yazd, Iran

NATIONALITY: Iranian

ADDRESS: No,683, between Hafez St. &Ostad Nejatollahi St., Enghelab-e-Islami Ave, Tehran, Iran.

University of Applied, Sciences and Technology

P.O.BOX: 1599665111

Fax: 0098-21-88809373

Tel: 0098-21-82777701

Tel: 0098-21-82777702

Mobile:  09123614752

Email: momid@ut.ac.ir

Last Update May 15, 2017?

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATION:

University

Year

Course

Degree

UMIST University

1996-200

Civil Engineering, Hydraulics

PhD

Tarbiat Modarres University

1988-1991

Irrigation Structures

M.E.

University of Tehran

1979-1985

Irrigation

B.Sc.

 

EMPLOYMENT:

Position

Year

Name and Place

President

2016-Present

University of Applied, Sciences and Technology

Vice President

2013-2016

Ministry Of Science, Research and Technology

President

2010-2013

University of Tehran- Aras International Campus

President

2006-2010

College of Agrigulture and Natural Resources[1], University of Tehran

Vice Chancellor

                2002-2006

University of Tehran

 

Projects Supervised/supervising:

       - Experimental investigation of gradually expanding hydraulic jump in trapezoidal channel with end sill   

       -Experimental investigation of the influence submerged baffle on trap efficiency of sedimentation basin with sudden

    Expansion   

       -Evaluating and assessment of water users associations function in irrigation management transfer, case study:

       Varamin, Tajen and Moqan irrigation networks 

       -Experimental investigation of the effecs of basin blocks on hydraulic expanding jump in trapezoidal section    

       -Experimental investigation of baffle influence on trap efficiency in sedimentation basin  

       -Experimental investigation of hydraulic jump in trapezoidal channel with end sill and basin block   

       -Effects of bedload movement on flow resistance over undulated beds (Bed Forms)   

       -Effect of bedload movement on hydraulic resistance of supercritical flow  

       -Control of hydraulic jump in trapezoidal section with basin block   

       -Hydraulic jump in gradually expanding stilling basin of trapezoidal cross-section.   

       -Effects of bedload transport on the charactristics of hydraulic jump in a rectangular stilling basin

        -Artificial recharge in river bed at urban areas (case study, Karaj river basin)  

        -A study of the effects of longitudinal arrangment of submrged vanes on the river bed configuration near the intake

       structures.  

        -Effect of bedload transport on flow resistance and friction factor in alluvial channels

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

LECTURE

BACHLOUR

MASTER

PhD

Fluid Mechanics

×

 

 

Hydraulics

×

 

 

River Engineering

×

 

 

Sediment Transport

 

×

 

River Hydraulics

 

×

 

Advanced Sediment Transport

 

 

×

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

1- Hydraulics

2- Hudraulic Structures

3- River Enginerring

4- Sediment Transport

 

National and International Scientific Journal Editorialship:

1-Samaneh Seifollahi-Aghmiuni, Omid Bozorg Haddad ; M H. Omid, Miguel A. Mario .2011. Long-term efficiency of water networks with demand uncertainty. Proceedings of the ICE - Water Management, Volume 164, Issue 3, January 2011 , pages 147 –159.

 

2-M H. Omid, A.G., Noushahri and S. Kouchackzadeh. 2010. “Sill controlled hydraulic jump in gradually expanding channel”, Journal of water management, ICE, Vol. 163, No. WM 10, pp: 515-522. (DOI: 10.1680/wama.900085).

 

3-M. Omid, A. Mahmoudi and M H Omid. 2010. “Development of pistachio sorting system using principal component analysis assisted artificial neural networks of impact acoustics”, Expert Systems with Applications, Vol. 37(10), pp. 7205-7212.

 

4- M H. Omid, H Nasrabadi and J. Farhudi. 2010. “Suspended sediment effects on hydraulic jump characteristics”, Journal of water management, ICE, Vol. 164, No. WM2, P: 91-101.
 

5- Ali R. Vatankhah and MH Omid. 2010. "Direct solution to problems of hydraulic jump in horizontal triangular channels", Applied Mathematics Letters, Volume (2010), No 23, pp 1104-1108.
 

6-M., Karbasi, MH Omid and J., Farhoudi. 2010. “Experimental investigation of cluster bed-form formation over uniform sediment’’, American Journal of applied science, Vol. 7, No. 8, pp 1093-1099.

 

7-M H. Omid, M., Karbasi, and J., Farhoudi .2010. Effects of bed-load Movement on Flow Resistance over Bed Forms. Sadhana - Academy Proceedings in Engineering Science, Vol. 35, Part 6, December 2010, pp. 681–691.

 

8- M H. Omid, A. Mahmoudi and M H. Omid. 2009. "An intelligent system for sorting pistachio nut varieties", Expert Systems with Applications, Vol. 36, pp 11528-11535.
 

9-Habibzadeh A. and MH Omid. 2009. “Bedload resistance in supercritical flow”, International Journal of Sediment Research, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 399–408.

 

10-Yonesi, H.A., M.H. Omid, and A.H. Hagihabi. 2008. "A study of the effects of the longitudinal arrangement of submerged vanes on sediment behavior near intake structures", Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Vol. 46 , No: 6 , pp. 814–819.

 

11- M H. Omid, M Esmaeeli and R. Narayanan. 2007. “Gradually Expanding Hydraulic Jump in a Trapezoidal Channel, Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Vol. 45, No 4, July 2007, pp512-518.
 

12-Parvaresh Rizi, A, Kouchakzadeh, S and M H. Omid. 2006. "A Study of Moving Hydraulic Jump in Rectangular Channels", Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol: 6, No: 5.

 

13-M H. Omid, and M Esmaeeli. 2005. “Modeling Hydraulic Jumps with artificial neural networks”, Journal of water management, ICE, Vol. 158, WM2.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS:

 

1- Omid M H. & M. Nasrabadi. Hydraulic jump with sediment laden flow in a rectangular channel. Proceeding of the 6th international symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, ATHENS, GREECE, 23–25 JUNE 2010, and pp819-827.

 

2- Omid M H. & H. Hamidifar. Effect of particle size on local scour of cohesive sediments. Proceeding of the 6th international symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, ATHENS, GREECE, 23–25 JUNE 2010 pp: 795-801.

 

3- Mahdavi, A. and M H. Omid. Effect of bed load transport on kinetic sorption in a circular flume. Proceedings OF the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, IZMIR, TURKEY, September, 2008.

 

4- M H. Omid, A. Habibzadeh and S. Kouchakzadeh. Resistance due to Bedload movement in supercritical open channel flow’, Proceeding of XXXII IAHR Congress, Venice, Italy, July, 2007.
 

5- M H. Omid, A. Habibzadeh and H. Nouzari. Effect of Sediment load on discharge coefficient of sluice gates, Proceeding of XXXII IAHR Congress, Venice, Italy, July, 2007.

 

6- Narayanan and M H. Omid,” Erosion of sediment bed in a rigid rectangular channel due to flow of clear water, Proceeding of XXXI IAHR Congress, Seoul, Korea Sept. 2005.

 

7- Montazar, A., Kouchakzadeh, S. and M H. Omid, "Hydraulic sensitivity of baffled modules distributors", Proceeding of XXXI IAHR Congress, Seoul, Korea Sept. 2005

 

8- Mozafari, J., Rahimi, H. and M H. Omid, "Artificial recharge in river bed at urban areas (case study, karaj river basin)" Proceeding of XXXI IAHR Congress, Seoul, Korea Sept. 2005. 

9- Parvaresh Rizi, A., Kouchakzadeh, S. and M H. Omid, "Experimental study of unsteady transcritical flow in rectangular channels" Proceeding of XXXI IAHR Congress, Seoul, Korea Sept. 2005.  

 

[1] Faculty Member of Tehran College of Agriculture and Natural Resources