Seyedmilad Komarizadehasl

Assistant professor | PhD MSc BSc in Civil Engineering

Dr. Komary (Iran 1990) completed his BSc in Civil Engineering at K. N. Toosi University of Technology (Tehran, Iran), in 2014 and his MSc in Structural Civil Engineering from Tehran University (Tehran, Iran) in 2017, and his PhD in in Construction Engineering from Technical University of Catalonia BarcelonaTech- UPC (Barcelona, Spain) in 2022.

He is currently an assistant professor at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department of the Polytechnic University of Catalona (UPC) in Barcelona, Spain, where he teaches Structural Engineering, Project management, Bridge and building construction.

His research is primarily focused on developing solutions within the civil engineering field, with a specific emphasis on optimizing structural monitoring costs, pioneering in structural analysis, and evaluating structural pathologies. Up to 2024, he has contributed significantly to the academic community, authoring fifteen SCI papers and presenting twenty-two papers at various international conferences.

Research Interest
(1) low-cost monitoring systems for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM), (2) Integrating cutting-edge tech (RPA, BIM, IoT) into structural engineering, (3) operational modal analysis and analytical calibration of structural models, (4) structural analysis of structures, and, (5) Artificial Intelligence tools such as deep learning in bridge model calibration and analysis.
Selected papers
As of 2021, he has published 15 articles scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals indexed in Web of Science, with an h-index of 8. His records can be found in:

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He has been teaching at UPC, covering various subjects including construction procedures, building and bridge construction, project management, structure management and maintenance, and prestressed technology in building construction.
Awards, Honors and Societies
He is a member of IABSE (International Association of Bridge and Structural Engineering) and IABMAS (International Association for Bridge Maintenance and Safety), where he has served as a member of the E-Learning task force. Additionally, he actively participates as a member of the University Network for Innovation, Technology, and Engineering (Unite!) association, which is funded by a European project.