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Bahar Aliakbarian

Fixed-Term Faculty
Department: Supply Chain Management
The Axia Institute
715 E Main St Ste 115
Midland, MI 48640
Phone: (989) 423-2049
Fixed-Term Faculty
Department: Axia Institute
Curriculum Vitae
  • Biography
    Bahar Aliakbarian, completed PhD degree in Chemical, Process and Material Engineering in School of Innovative Sciences and Technologies in Industrial Engineering at the University of Genoa (Italy) in 2009. She worked as Adjunct Professor and Post-Doc fellow at the Laboratory of Food Engineering at the Department of Civil, Chemical and Environmental Engineering of Polytechnic School of the University of Genoa, Italy.
    Her interdisciplinary research has been recognized by a Prestigious Endeavour Fellowship from Australian government which she conducted her research in the laboratory of Bioengineering and Biophysics at the University of Sydney. She developed a laboratory-scale plant for subcritical water extraction of antioxidants from winery wastes in which other biomasses were also used. She also was granted to be as a scientist visitor at the laboratory of the Prof. Khademhosseini at MIT-Harvard Medical School in USA. 
    All her academic efforts were nationally and internationally recognized by several articles published on international ISI journals (70 papers), through the contribution to books addressed to a wide scientific audience (4 book chapters), and thorough scientific work presented at International and National Congresses/Conferences (41 International published abstracts). My studies have been noticed by researchers from various fields and have received more than 800 citations (H-index: 18).
    Her administrative skills and organizational capacities enabled her to be as one of the founders of the Green Modelling Italia (GMI)-SPINN-OFF of the university of Genoa (C.F./P.I. 02078640998) and member of inter-departmental RESEARCH CENTER of Biologically Inspired Engineering in Vascular Medicine and Longevity (BELONG).

  • Publications

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