- Research Interests:
Currently my research interests are around using generative neural network models to emulate physics-based simulations, specifically the physics of fracture, elastic and plastic deformations.
- Higher Education:
I obtained my PhD in physics from Imperial College. My research was mainly focused on the theory of phase transitions which was funded by the Imperial College PhD Scholarship under the supervision of professor Vvedensky. The research was specifically on modelling martensitic transformations, the cooperative Jahn-Teller effect and the glass transition.
I obtained my MASt (Master of Advanced Study) in Mathematics (also known as part III of the Mathematical Tripos) from the University of Cambridge in 2014, and my BSc degree in "Physics with Theoretical Physics" from Imperial College London in 2013. My BSc project was on the solutions of the Schrödinger's equation in curved spaces. I was awarded the Ken Allen prize for academic excellence.
Nasrollahi H, Vvedensky DD, 2018, Local normal modes and lattice dynamics, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol:124, ISSN:0021-8979
Nasrollahi, Vvedensky DD, 2016, Cooperative Jahn–Teller phase transition of icosahedral molecular units, Journal of Physics - Condensed Matter, Vol:29, ISSN:0953-8984