Ms. Zahra Andleeb PhD student from the faculty of Mechanical Engineering participated in the two days International Conference of Multiphysics that was held on 14-15 Dec 2019 in Dubai, UAE.
The scope of the conference was to address the latest advancements in numerical modelling and experimental validation of theoretical and practical systems in a wide range of applications. Typical combinations involved subjects’ disciplines i.e. Acoustics, Electrics, Explosives, Fire, Fluids, Magnetics, Nuclear, Soil, Structures and Thermodynamics.
The aim of the conference was to enable all those interested in Multiphysics to discuss and disseminate most up-to date research findings for purpose of product and process improvements. This conference maximizes Multiphysics dialogue across national borders at all levels and promote collaboration between researchers, institutions, industry and governments. It also plays an important role in development of curriculum for the higher education sectors worldwide.
Ms. Andleeb presented two of her research papers and collaborated with key delegates from various reputable universities and organizations worldwide.