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Micro/Nano Scale Fluid Flow

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Dr. Amir Homayoon Meghdadi Isfahani is Associate Professor in Faculty of engineering Najafabad branch, Islamic Azad University. He received his Ph.D. in Nanotechnology engineering from university of Tehran and a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Conversion from the University of Isfahan Technology. He has published about 50 ISI articles, and served as the guest editor and reviewer for scientific journals. His current research focuses on fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, nano fluids and micro/nano fluidics.

Dr. Arash Karimipour is an Associate Professor of Energy Conversion at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Najafabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Najafabad, Iran. He received his PhD in Mechanical engineering from Sistan & Baluchestan University of Iran. His current research focuses on fluid flow, thermodynamics, heat transfer and energy. Karimipour has published more than 250 ISI papers in high ranked journals. He was the guest editor or the managing editor in several journals of Elsevier or Springer. His most important awards and honours are:
Visiting Professor of University of Rome, Sapienza, Rome, Italy.
World's Top 2% Scientists 2021 (by Stanford University)
World's Top 2% Scientists 2020 (by Stanford University)
Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher 2019 (top 1%)
ISC Highly Cited Researcher 2018 (top 1%)


With the development of the production of Micro/ Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS), the investigation and simulation of fluid flow at the micro and nano scale has become important. Nowadays, MEMS and NEMS are widely used in the production of electronic equipment, bio-systems and lab on a chip devices, and haveattracted the attention of high tech. industries and researchers.

We are pleased to announce the special issue: “micro/nano scale fluid flow”. Original research articles (including numerical and experimental methods) and reviews are welcome. Research areas may include but are not limited to:

-Lab on a chip flows

-flow in Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical systems

-nanofluids flows

-numerical methods (such as lattice Boltzmann, molecular dynamic simulation,…) and experimental methods for micro and nano scale heat and mass transfer


lattice Boltzmann method
molecular dynamic simulation
micro and nano flows
micro/nano fluidics

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