Mohammadhosein Ghasemi Baboly | Teaching Assistant Professor
Ph.D. - 2016, University of New Mexico
3036 Rathbone Hall
Dr. Baboly obtained his doctoral degree from the University of New Mexico in July 2016 and soon after came to Kansas State University as a postdoctoral fellow. His work in the MEMS area involves the simulation, fabrication and characterization of acoustic metamaterials, also called phononic crystals, or PnCs. In August 2017 he accepted a position of assistant professor at the University of Jamestown in North Dakota. With interests spanning engineering, physics and applied mathematics, his background covers the broad area of machine design, mechanics of materials, manufacturing engineering, material science and dynamic systems. He returned to K-State as a teaching faculty member in August 2019.