Hesamoddin Yavari BSc in Aerospace Engineering (AmirKabir University of Technology) MSc in Innovation and Creativity in Industry (Cranfield University)
Hesam came to Loughborough Design School in July 2013, part funded by a School studentship, to study for his PhD. He is a third year PhD, and his research focuses on the design of Additive Manufacturing (AM) enabled Mass Customization Toolkits, and the opportunities and constraints they present.
Entering AmirKabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2004, Hesam went on to earn his BSc Degree in Aerospace Engineering. In 2011, he started postgraduate studies at Cranfield University, UK, and earned his MDes degree in Innovation and Creativity in Industry in 2013.
Having programming skills from his undergraduate study, and experience with different CAD systems, he has created a design framework for AM-enabled MC Toolkits, and has pushed MC toolkits design even further with the aid of Parametric Modelling in CAD software programs, such as SolidWorks and Rhino, or other 3D-enabled programming languages, such as WebGL or THREE.js.
Research group: Design for Digital Fabrication
Hesam’s current key interests is design and development of Mass Customisation toolkits for additive manufacturing. The aim of his research is to provide guidance on the design and development of AM-enabled Mass Customisation toolkits.
Empowering customers with mass customization toolkits
Key areas of expertise: Mass Customisation Toolkits, Computer Aided Design, Methods and Tools for MC toolkit design, Mass Customisation