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Ahmadi-Pajouh, Mohammad Ali                 

                       

E-mail: pajouh@iricss.org      

 

Areas of Interest

 

Human Movement Control

Modeling and Simulation of Human Movements

Robotics in Rehabilitation

Biofeedback and Neurofeedback

 

Education

 

Amirkabir University of Technology, (AUT) Tehran, Iran

Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Fall 2007-Summer 2012

M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering, Spring 2004-Spring 2007

 

KN Toosi University of Technology, (KNTU) Tehran, Iran

B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering (control Eng.), Fall 1999-Fall 2003

 

 

Research Experience

 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

(Supervisor: Dr. Reza Shadmehr)

-       Context Dependent Modulation of Sensory Feedback Gains, Feb. 2010- Jan. 2012

-       Cortico-spinal Reorganization during Force-field Adaptation, Aug. 2010-Feb. 2011

 

Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

-       Estimation of Human Arm Stiffness using EMG and Kinematic Data, April 2010-Fall 2012

(Supervisor: Dr. F. Towhidkhah, Advisor: Dr. M. H. Moradi)

-       Modeling of Pedestrian Path Planning Fall 2008-Spring 2009

(Advising M.SC student)

-       Human Path Planning: Modeling in Dynamic Environment Fall 2005-Spring 2008

(Supervisor: Dr. F. Towhidkhah, Advisor: Dr. M. H. Moradi )

-       Design and Implementation of Doppler Blood Flow-meter Fall 2005-Spring 2007

(Supervisor: Dr. F. Towhidkhah, Advisor: Dr. M. H. Moradi)

 

KN Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

-       Design and Implementation of Hybrid Electronic Controller for Hydraulic Linear Actuator of 3DOF Shoulder

(Supervisor: Dr. H. Taghirad, Advisor: Dr. H. Sadjadian) Fall 2002-Fall 2004

 

 

 

Publications

 

[1] F. Yavari, F.Towhidkhah and M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh, Are fast/slow process in motor adaptation and forward/inverse internal model two sides of the same coin?, Journal of Medical Hypotheses, 2013.

[2] J.J. Orban de Xivry, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh, M. Harran, Y. Salimpour and R. Shadmehr. Changes in the human motor cortex during reach adaptation depend on repetition-dependent processes, Journal of Neurophysiology 109: 124 –136, 2013.

[3] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh, F. Towhidkhah, M.H. Moradi, Estimation of Time-varying Human Arm Stiffness Using Electromyogram Signal, ICBME2012.

[4] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh, F. Towhidkhah, R. Shadmehr. Preparing to reach: selecting an adaptive long-latency feedback controller, Journal of Neuroscience, Agaust 2012.

[5] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh and Reza Shadmehr. Adaptation Alters Sensory Feedback Gains in the Delay Period before Reach Onset, Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, Nov 2011.

[6] J.J. Orban De Xivry,  M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh, M. D. Harran, Y. Salimpour, and R. Shadmehr. Corticospinal reorganization during force-field adaptation, Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, Nov 2011.

[7] B. Taghizadeh, F. Towhidkhah, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh.Does Human Path Planning Task Is Based on Gestalts?, 3'rd International Conf. on Cognitive Science, 2009.

[8] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh and F. Towhidkhah. Modeling of Human Path Planning in Presence of Moving Obstacles Using Receding Horizon Planner, ICBME2008, March 2009.

[9] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh and F. Towhidkhah. Modeling of Human Path Planning in Presence of Moving Obstacles Using Fuzzy Systems. ICBME2008, March 2009.

[10] B. Taghizadeh, F. Towhidkhah, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh , M. Borjkhani. Does Human Brain Estimate Future Position of Moving Obstacle Using Gestalts?, ICBME2008, March 2009.

[11] M Mashhadi Malek, F. Towhidkhah, S. Gharibzadeh, V. Daeichin, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh. Are Rigidity and Tremor Two Sides of the Same Coin in Parkinson's Disease?, Journal of Computers in Biology and Medicine, Elsevier, 2008.

[12] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh , F. Towhidkhah, S. Gharibzadeh, M Mashhadi Malek. Path Planning in the Hippocampo-Prefrontal Cortex Pathway: An Adaptive Model Based Receding Horizon Planner, Journal of Medical Hypotheses, Elsevier, 68, 1411-1415, 2007.

[13] M. Mashhadimalek, F. Towhidkhah, S. Gharibzadeh, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh. Are Rigidity and Tremor Two Sides of the Same Coin in Parkinson's Disease?, 13th ICBME, 2007, Tehran, Iran.

[14] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh , A. Shalbaf, F. Towhidkhah, M. H. Moradi, B. Makiabadi, S. Mardian, A. Daliri. Design and Prototyping Blood Velocity-Meter Using Doppler Method, ICOP 2007, 6-8 February 2007.

[15] M. Mashhadimalek, F. Towhidkhah, S. Gharibzadeh, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh. Modeling Rigidity in Parkinson's Disease, 13th ICBME, 2007, Tehran, Iran.

[16] M. Mashhadimalek, F. Towhidkhah, S. Gharibzadeh, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh. A Crebellum Model Using MPC for Rapid Muscle Movement Control, 13th ICBME, 2007, Tehran, Iran.

[17] K. Kordari, M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh , F. Towhidkhah, M. Haeri. Joint Impedance Regulation Algorithm During Movement Using MPIC Model, 13th ICBME, 2007, Tehran, Iran.

[18] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh , S. A. Seyed-Salehi. Modification of Hopfield Neural Network Using Modular Neural Networks Architecture, ICEE2006, Tehran, Iran.

[19] M.A. Ahmadi-Pajouh , M. Sargazi K., H.R. Taghirad, H. Sadjadian. Design and Implementation of An Electronic Card for Advanced Hybrid Position/Force Control of Hydraulic Shoulder Robot, ISCEE2004, Tehran, Iran.

 

 

Honors/Awards

 

-       Ranked the first among Ph.D. graduates of Bioelectrics Dep., AUT, Tehran, Iran Fall 2012.

-       Selected for Johns Hopkins University scholarship award (to students from developing countries), one year Trainee program (extended to second year), Baltimore, MD, USA 2010-2011.

-       Identified as an exceptional talent at National Talents Foundation (Boniade Melli Nokhbegan) and admitted for waving military service program Spring 2009.

-       Admitted for Ministry of Science scholarship for Ph.D. program in Iran, 2008- 2011.

-       Identified as an exceptional talent student at Amirkabir University of Technology and admitted for PhD program 2008-2012.

-       Ranked first among M.Sc. graduated students of Bioelectrics Dep, AUT 2007.

 

 
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