Bartar Academic Award

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Awarded name: Bartar Academic Prize (BAP)

Awarded for: Outstanding scientific work in the field of science and technology

The Bartar Academic Prize (BAP) is a scholarship intended to support young academics and students to curry a research during their work/study at the university. The scholarship is available internationally . The aim of the Bartar Academic Prize is to contribute to the academic sector with highly trained professionals who, are characterized by a positive attitude, competence and international mindedness. In order to achieves this aim, BAP supports the studies of talented students and young professionals selected by the committee.


Bartar Academic Award 2019

Sharif Biomechanical Lab


Bashti Project

“Bashti bone plug is an ACL reconstuction technique which uses patient bone for tendon graft fixation to the bone tunnel. This technique is cheap and feasible owing to autogenous harvesting of the bone plug. Also, this technique avoids problems such as Infection and allergy due to existence of screw on the patient’s body. The project includes: In vivo test for analysis of healing process; Analysis of geometric parameters effect on fixation strength; Finite element modelling of Bashti technique; Developing Bashti technique for biceps injuries” comment from Mr Mahdi Mohseni (pictured)

Bashti project team (students): Hadi Moeinnia; PG student, Amirhossein Boerjali; PG student, Mahdi Mohseni; UG student, Hossein Korani; UG student, Narges Ghias; UG student


Nanofiber Project

“Skin wounds and their treatment are significant health problems. Electrospinning, also known as electrostatic spinning, is a popular method to fabricate nonwoven fibers with different shapes and sizes. Many factors influence the nanofiber diameter, such as voltage, tip-to-collector distance, polymer solution density and flow rate. The polymer solution density and voltage have the greatest Impact. The equipment needed for electro-spinning is simple in construction and consists of a high voltage power source, a syringe pump with tubing to transport the solution from the syringe to the spinneret and a conducting collector. The project focused on the production of nanofibers for faster healing of burn wounds.” comment from Mr Soroush Rafiei (pictured)

Nanofiber project team (students): Soroush Rafiei; PG student; Faranak Manshaei; PhD student; Mohammad Hosein Haji Abedini; UG student; Mahdi Mohseni; UG student


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