Javad Fattahi

MSc. Geotechnical Engineer

EDUCATION

Researcher – University of Iceland – Current
Civil and Environmental Engineering – Reykjavík, Iceland

R&D Researcher – OWI Lab – 2021
Applied Mechanic – Brussels, Belgium
Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Master of Science – International Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Seismology – 2017
Geotechnical Engineering – Tehran, Iran

Bachelor of Science – Kerman University – 2014
Civil Engineering – Kerman, Iran

MAIN SKILLS

Programming:
MATLAB / Python

Linking Commercial Software:
ABAQUS and Python/MATLAB

Geotechnical Engineering:
ABAQUS / DeepSoil / STRATA / FLAC

Civil Engineering Software:
AutoCAD / Civil 3D Design

Others:
Excel Macros / Seismic analysis & geotechnical design

PROJECTS

Traineeship – 2022
The grant for an internship at Deltares company in the Netherlands was awarded in June 2022. This internship starts in Sep 2022 and stands for two months. Gaining knowledge of working with triaxial and simple shear test devices are the initial objectives of this work package.

Erasmus Plus Grant Outside Europe – 2022
This application was submitted in January 2022. It will bring a long-term agreement for both the University of Iceland and the University of Colorado Boulder.

Iran’s National Elites Foundation – 2017
Developing software packages to fast evaluate seismic demands of the arbitrarily shaped tunnels using FEM.

Seismic site characterization

Offshore Wind Turbine

Underground Structures

Projects:
– Seismic analysis of an underground flying junction;
Tehran metro line no. 7 & main west sewage line

– Collaborating on the design of the main pipelines to transmit water among western cities with 48 kilometres long;
Nowsud tunnel

Laboratory assistant

“Great changes may not happen right away, but with effort even the difficult may become easy.”

The past years prove my enthusiasm for programming and geotechnical engineering.

One week of live offshore wind energy training event, organised by the Phairywind project.

Advanced code for creating 2D underground arbitrary-shape structures in Abaqus

Let’s work together on the
next promising project