PhD Nima Dadashzadeh

PhD Nima Dadashzadeh
no.: 54198 source: ARIS

researcher – not employed in research organisation
E-mail nima.dadashzadehat signfgg.uni-lj.si
Foreign language skills
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
2.01.06  Engineering sciences and technologies  Civil engineering  Computer integrated construction of objects 
2.19.01  Engineering sciences and technologies  Traffic systems  Traffic technics and technology 

Code Science Field
T280  Technological sciences  Road transport technology 
traffic simulation, transport modeling, public transport, shared mobility, autonomous vehicle
Bibliography Representative bibliographic units | Personal| COBISS+
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Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on May 27, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022 (update for tender in 2023: NO)
Data for ARIS tenders ( 21.05.2024 – Target research programmes, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 75  68  8.5 
Scopus 103  89  9.89 
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Level of education Professional title Study subject Faculty Year
Bachelor's degree      IR 2010 
Master's degree      IR 2013 
Doctor's degree  Ph. D.     TR 2019 
Doctoral dissertations and other final papers Show
Obtaining results now
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Research projects Legend
source: ARIS
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. J2-1722  Computational Modelling of Fracture in Brittle, Quasi-Brittle and Ductile Structures   2020 - 2021  PhD Boštjan Brank  1,332 
International projects
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. Crossborder cooperation-MUSE CCI 2014TC16RFCB036  Collaborazione tranfrontaliera per la Mobilita Universitaria Sostenibile Energeticamente efficiente / Čezmejno sodelovanje za trajnostno in energetsko učinkovito mobilnost univerz   1/1/2017 - 12/31/2020  Blaž Luin   
Nima received his Ph.D. diploma from the Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey. Nima has been involved in various research and technical projects related to the transportation and mobility challenges at the Traffic Technical Institute (Prometno Tehniski Institut, UL FGG) of faculty of civil and geodetic engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia during the last three years. He is also teaching several courses such as Railway Engineering, Transporation Engineering, and integrated land use and transportation planning for 1. and 2. cycle students. During his Ph.D. period, he had the opportunity to join Ph.D. Academy on “Mobility Challenges for Future Societies” at Venice International University, Italy where the program provided participants with advanced skills for successfully implementing research projects on mobility-related issues such as shared mobility, autonomous driving, vehicle electrification, connectivity, Internet of Things, etc. During this Ph.D. Academy, he presented some part of their research entitled “EN-IN: Enable Inclusion for disabled and elderly persons by improved mobility and safety in the Danube area”. He also worked as a researcher in EU INTERREG Slovenia-Italy funded project entitled “Cross-border cooperation for the sustainable and energy-efficient mobility of universities”. Besides, he has become one of the two management committee members from Slovenia in the EU COST Action CA16222 (Wider Impacts of Autonomous and Connected Transport) where he is responsible to make EU-Wide survey in Slovenia to get people’s attitude towards the emerging transportation modes. In this transnational EU Action, he is also a member of WG5: Scenario Development & Evaluation, collaborating with researchers and practitioners from countries across Europe.
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