Mostafa Yourdkhani, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Walter Scott, Jr College of Engineering; Director, Multifunctional Polymers and Composites Laboratory, School of Advanced Materials Discovery

Areas of Collaborative Interest

Broadly, Dr. Yourdkhani’s research is focused on developing next generation, multifunctional polymers and composite materials that exhibit revolutionary manufacturability, performance, and longevity. The impact of the work can enable unprecedented manufacturing of aerospace and automotive structural components, autonomous restoration of functional integrity in biomedical, structural, energy, and coating materials, programmable anisotropic deformations for soft actuators, and evolvable material properties for biomedical devices. Yourdkani’s research is highly interdisciplinary and spans several engineering and scientific disciplines including advanced manufacturing, materials science, mechanics, and chemistry.

Areas interested in for collaborations:

  • Material and engineering design
  • Thermoset polymers and their composites
  • 3D printing of polymers and composites
  • Self-regulating materials
  • Vascular materials and structures
  • Polymer nanocomposites
  • Licensing our technologies
Issued and Published Patents
  • US20200283594A1: Method of forming a void, channel, and/or vascular network in a polymeric matrix*

 

*Assignee other than Colorado State University Research Foundation

Patent list generated using Google Patents; Last updated on December 3, 2020.

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Mostafa Yourdkhani, Mostafa (Ryan) Yourdkhani