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Miss Maryam Malakoutikhah MSc

Postgraduate Research Student

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Miss Maryam Malakoutikhah is a Postgraduate Research Student within Engineering and the Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Maryam has a BSc in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the Iran Azad University. After her graduation she worked in Isfahan’s Science Research centre for about 6 years, undertaking several projects on electrical energy auditing in various buildings and factories.

Later she moved to the UK to continue her studies, she obtained her MSc with First Class Honours in Electronic Communications and Computer Engineering from the University of Nottingham in 2014. 

She first was interested in ultrasonics during her thesis. In 2016, inspired by Professor Timothy Leighton’s research on bubble acoustics, she decided to pursue a PhD in ultrasonic cleaning.

She is an active member of NAMRIP, and has been active in helping in NAMRIP’s public engagement activities.

Research interests

  • Ultrasound technology
  • Instrumentation design

PhD Supervision

Professor Timothy Leighton, Professor Bill Keevil, Dr Craig Dolder, Dr Thomas Secker

PhD Research

Bubble Management in an Ultrasonic System to Clean using a Water Stream

Funded by “EPSRC” and “Ultrawave Ltd”

 

Research group

Acoustics Group

Research project(s)

StarSteam (2016 onwards)

StarStream (2007-2015) - Cleaning with low volumes of cold water

  • Active member of NAMRIP
  • Helping NAMRIP and Road Show public engagements
  • President of Persian Society
  • President of Persian Dance Society

Demonstrator in

  • 3Dprinting workshop
  • Electronics lab
  • Electronics tutorials
  • Solidworks Lab
  • Fluid Dynamics Lab
  • Intensive design workshop
Miss Maryam Malakoutikhah
Engineering, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton. SO17 1BJ United Kingdom
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