Dr Muhammad Farzik Ijaz received a PhD and MSc in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Tsukuba Japan in 2015. Following his doctoral he worked as a Postdoctoral research follow (ATER-academic) at Université deToulouse, France. Before joining King Saud University Saudi Arabia he was working as a Lecturer and Researcher in Czech Technical University Prague. His scientific focus areas and general pedagogical interests are pertinent to Structures and Mechanical Engineering of Advanced Materials.

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