I am Lecturer in Marine and Offshore Engineering. I am also, a member of Liverpool Logistics, Offshore and Marine (LOOM) research center. After obtaining my BSc in Mechanical Engineering I moved to the Uk. I received my MSc in Offshore Floating Systems and PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (Interfering of two tandem cylinders undergoing VIV : mathematical modelling and experiments) from University of Strathclyde.
In addition to my teaching duties I am a co-investigator in European EPSRC project ArcWind, which is investigating the development of floating offshore wind turbines for France, Portugal and the UK. I have contributed to several other industrial renewable projects through numerical simulation and/or experimental studies. I am also experienced in upstream and downstream sectors which provides me with a firm understanding of offshore and marine industries.
Currently I am looking for motivated candidates to undertake PhD studies in:
• Fluid-structure interaction
• Dynamics of floating structures
• Hydrodynamics of floating structures
• Hydrodynamics of subsea installations
Full scholarship is available for home and EU students, and partial funding for exceptional overseas candidates.
2016, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, PhD Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
2012, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, MSc Offshore Floating Systems
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Marine and Offshore Engineering, Maritime and Mechanical Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University, 2017 - present
Armin M, Srinil N. 2013. WAKE-INDUCED TRANSVERSE VIBRATION OF TWO INTERFERING CYLINDERS IN TANDEM ARRANGEMENT: MODELLING AND ANALYSIS PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME 32ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON OCEAN, OFFSHORE AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING - 2013 - VOL 7, 32nd ASME International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering >Link