Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
Amir M. Molan, PhD., is a Postdoctoral Fellow at California Polytechnic State University. He obtained his BS and MS degrees from Azad University in Tehran, Iran, and his doctoral degree from Wayne State University in 2017. Amir worked for Michigan State University and the University of Wyoming before moving to California Polytechnic State University. To date, he has been first author and co-author of over 20 peer-reviewed scientific articles in civil engineering journals and conferences. One of Amir's recent article has been selected as the 2018 best paper in the ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering. His main research interest is on proposing new designs for improving the performance and extending the serviceability of existing interchanges and intersections. Amir has invented a new design called a super DDI (super diverging diamond interchange) as an alternative for failing interchanges.