Dr. Muhammad Khalid is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Lakehead University. His areas of research include thermo-fluids, multi-physics computational modeling, bio-inspired engineering, and nonlinear dynamics. He has experience of more than 13 years of teaching and research in different institutions in Canada (University of Alberta), U.S. (University of Virginia), China (Peking University, Beijing Computational Science Research Institute, and Jiangsu University), and Pakistan (National University of Sciences &Technology).
He was a recipient of the prestigious International Exchange Research Fellowship sponsored jointly by China National Natural Science Foundation and Peking University to carry out his research on bio-inspired hydrodynamic mechanisms. Thus far, he has published over 50 journal articles and peer-reviewed conference papers on reputed national and international forums. Dr. Khalid has supervised and mentored over 60 undergraduate and graduate students. He has also received the NSERC Discovery grant in 2022 to work on computational fluid-structure-acoustic interactions for collective bio-inspired locomotion for the next five years.
PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Visiting Doctoral Research Scholar
MSc in Mechanical Engineering
BE in Mechanical Engineering
- Bio-Inspired Engineering
- Multi-Physics Computational Techniques
- Nonlinear Dynamics
- Energy Harvesting