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Dr Mohammad Heidarzadeh

Dr Mohammad Heidarzadeh
Senior Lecturer

Research grants and projects

Research Projects


Dual tsunami sources: new insights into complicated tsunami sources to better save coastal communities
Funder: Brunel University London
Duration: September 2017 - September 2018
A hybrid numerical/experimental strategy for the assessment of tsunami impact on harbours and ports)
Funder: The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation
Duration: May 2017 - May 2019
Tsunami risk for the Western Indian Ocean: steps toward the integration of science into policy and practice
Funder: Natural Environment Research Council
Duration: January 2017 - October 2017

Project details

Main research topics of Dr Mohammad Heidarzadeh are:

  1. Interaction of coastal structures and extreme geo-environmental coastal hazards 
  2. Dam and reservoir safety analysis
  3. Tsunami hazard assessment
  4. Landslide-generated waves
  5. Storm surges simulations
  6. Field investigations of tsunamis and storms
  7. Earthquake source process
  8. Probabilistic and deterministic methods for coastal hazard assessment
  9. Extreme loads on coastal structures
  10. Tsunami warning systems
  11. Resilient coastal communities against extreme environmental coastal hazards