Dr. Alizadeh has over 15 years of experience in the development and commercialization of technologies related to concrete materials. He brings unique expertise on the durability of concrete at the nano-level, particularly when it relates to infrastructure exposed to harsh environmental conditions. In 2010, this work awarded him the Governor General's Academic Gold Medal, the most prestigious award that students enrolled in Canadian schools can receive.
Prior to co-founding Giatec in 2010, Dr. Alizadeh co-established Construction Materials Institute at the University of Tehran, which is now operating with about 30 employees. The institute strives to provide knowledge-based services and efficient technologies to the construction industry as well as to equip engineers of the future with superior skills and expertise in concrete durability, performance, and various technologies.
Most recently, Dr. Alizadeh has been honoured with the National Capital Region's Forty Under 40 award, which recognizes accomplished business leaders who are under the age of 40 and give back to their community.
Professional Engineer – Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario
July 2011 – Present