Dr. Mahdis Bisheban, PhD
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Schulich School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
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PhD Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Robotics, Control, and Mechatronics), George Washington University, 2018,
Dr. Mahdis Bisheban is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering since July 2021. Previously, she served as a Research Associate at the Aerospace Research Center, National Research Council Canada (NRC), and as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Queen’s University.
As a researcher in engineering, she is developing new theories to advance the science and their applications to address industry problems. Her current research focuses on two pillars: (i) Control, Estimation and Modelling of Aerial and Underwater Vehicles and (ii) Application of Machine Learning on Control and Modelling of Dynamical Systems.
Areas of Research
System identification, modelling, estimation, and control using diverse methods including traditional, data-driven (machine learning), and geometric methods on manifolds.
|Course number||Course title||Semester|
|ENME 562||Mechatronics Design Laboratory II||Winter 2022|
|ENME 662||Mechatronics Design Laboratory II- graduate level||Winter 2022|
|ENME 561||Mechatronics Design Laboratory I||Fall 2022|
|ENME 661||Mechatronics Design Laboratory I- graduate level||Fall 2022|
We are recruiting!
We have currently multiple openings for undergraduate, MSc and Ph.D. students, and postdoctoral scholars. Highly motivated students and graduates are encouraged to apply.
For full consideration, please submit your applications via email to Dr. Mahdis Bisheban (firstname.lastname@example.org). All applications must include:
- Cover letter including relevant research experience and statement of research interest,
- Sample of relevant publications (if any),
- English exam results (for international applicants),
- Current CV;
- (unofficial or official) copies of diplomas/university certificates and transcripts; and
- Names and contact information of at least two (2) referees with knowledge of your research and academic experience to support your application