Amir holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University with a focus on modeling non-pneumatic tire contacts in curved and straight elastic thin continuums. Amir’s experience spans embedded systems, autonomous vehicle risk and control algorithms. semiconductor manufacturing, and the integration and validation of physics engines in the field of oil well drilling engineering simulation software. With a passion for applied mathematics, physics and software development, Amir has developed numerical approaches, multiphysics coupling algorithms, FEA methods, FEA models for tire and mechanical systems, data analysis and software apps. His hobbies include building and flying experimental airplane models.