Dr. Hassan Rashidi

Dr. Hassan Rashidi is an engineer. He provides seminars, keynotes, and advice on engineering and technology, product development, process improvement, manufacturing systems, technology selection, advanced manufacturing, nanotechnology, medical technology, lean manufacturing, automation and robotic industry, automotive industry, research and development, engineering education, engineering major and career knowledge, innovation, advanced technologies, academic and industrial projects.

He features advances, innovations, and trends in engineering and technology and how they impact people, society, and industries. He provides individuals, teams, educational institutions, and companies with knowledge and insights on how to benefit from these advances, innovations, and trends and how to stay relevant in this rapidly changing world.

Dr. Rashidi gives talks on how emerging and advanced technologies such as nanotechnology, 3D printing, automation, and robotics are improving the quality of life, health, and environment.

He provides industries, engineers, entrepreneurs, and students with knowledge and insights on how to turn ideas into reality through the product development process, including research, idea generation, concept development, design, prototyping, and manufacturing. Also, he provides them with knowledge and insights on process improvement, opportunities for innovation, how to improve efficiency, and how to make things better.

Dr. Rashidi lectures at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Types of academic and industrial projects advised by Dr. Rashidi include manufacturing, automotive, nanotechnology, energy and environment, foods and agriculture, renewable energies, heating and cooling systems, supply chain and logistics, personal transport devices, wearable devices, medical devices, machinery, autonomous machines, automation, and robotic.

Dr. Rashidi was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Control Engineering from the Tokyo Institute of Technology.