IMRAN Bashir

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Academic Biography

Dr. Imran Bashir joined Teesside University as a lecturer in Instrumentations and Control. Before joining Teesside University, he has been working as a Postdoc research fellow for 6 years at the University of Bath, University of Southampton and the University of Exeter respectively. He has completed his PhD in Acoustics Metamaterials on an EU-FP7 funded project HOSANNA. Previously, he obtained MSc in Data communication and BEng (hons) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Sheffield UK and the COMSATS University Islamabad Pakistan.

Imran has worked on a number of research project in the area of Acoustics, Vibration and Condition Monitoring.  Most recently at the University of Bath, he has been working on EU Horizon 2020 funded project: AdvancEd aicRaft-noIse-AlLeviation devIceS using meTamaterials (https://www.aerialist-project.eu/). The aim of this work is development of acoustic metamaterials to be applicable for aeronautical application. Previously, at the University of Southampton, Imran was involved on the development of Smart bearing system for Aero-Engine applications. At the University of Exeter, he has been working on the development of condition monitoring system for wave energy devices. During his PhD, his research work was focused on the development of Acoustics Metamaterials for traffic noise control (http://www.greener-cities.eu/). Imran’s research has been published in a form of peered reviewed journal publications, conference publications and book chapters.

Summary of Research Interests

Imran’s research interests include:

  • Acoustics metamaterials and metasurfaces
  • Aeroengine acoustics and vibration
  • Condition monitoring
  • Signal processing and Instrumentation

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Research Output

Outdoor ground impedance models

Attenborough, K., Bashir, IMRAN. & Taherzadeh, S., 10 May 2011, In : Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 129, 5, p. 2806-2819 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle