Hadi Razmpoosh

PhD Candidate

Contact Information

Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1

Phone: (519) 888-4567, ext. 33326

Office: E3-3110A
Email:  mhrazmpoosh@uwaterloo.ca

Biographical Information

2015: MSc. Material characterization, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

20012: BSc. Materials Science and Engineering, Isfahan University of  Technology, Isfahan, Iran

Research Interests

  • Laser welding of advanced high strength steels
  • Ultra high strength steels
  • Hot-press forming
  • Friction stir welding and processing
  • Thermomechanical processing
  • Severe plastic deformation

Thesis Supervisor(s)

  • Professor Norman Zhou
  • Professor Elliot Biro


  • MH Razmpoosh, M Shamanian, M Esmailzadeh, The microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of resistance spot welded Fe–31Mn–3Al–3Si TWIP steel, Materials & Design 67, 571-576.
  • MH Razmpoosh, A Zarei-Hanzaki, A Imandoust, Effect of the Zener–Hollomon parameter on the microstructure evolution of dual phase TWIP steel subjected to friction stir processing, Materials Science and Engineering: A 638, 15-19.
  • MH Razmpoosh, A Zarei-Hanzaki, S Heshmati-Manesh, The grain structure and phase transformations of TWIP steel during friction stir processing, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 24 (7), 2826-2835.
  • MH Razmpoosh, A Zarei-Hanzaki, N Haghdadi, JH Cho, WJ Kim, Thermal stability of an ultrafine-grained dual phase TWIP steel, Materials Science and Engineering: A 638, 5-14.
  • MH Razmpoosh, A Macwan, E Biro, Y Zhou, Effect of coating weight on fiber laser welding of Galvanneal-coated 22MnB5 press hardening steel, Surface and Coatings Technology 337, 536-543.
  • JJ Guzman-Aguilera, J Martinez-Gonzalez, VH Baltazar-Hernandez, MH Razmpoosh, Y Zhou, Influence of SC-HAZ microstructure on the mechanical behavior of Si-TRIP steel welds, Materials Science and Engineering: A 718, 216-227.

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