Khaled Mostafa joined the ADaMS Lab in the fall of 2016 as a Ph.D. student. Khaled received his B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Design and Production Engineering from Cairo University, Egypt, in 2011. He worked as a Control Engineer for several private companies, as well as a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant at the Department of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering at Cairo University. He earned his M.Sc. degree in Systems Dynamics in 2015 from the same institution. Khaled also received a six months scholarship funded by the DAAD as a visiting scholar at the Institute of Fluid Power at the Technical University in Dresden, Germany.
Khaled’s Ph.D. research focuses on 3D geometry optimization of mask projection micro stereolithography additive manufacturing systems. He develops process simulation tools and analyzes different optimization approaches. He works on developing an easy and straight-forward process for calibration methods, using imaging systems to characterize the light projection used in the process.
His previous projects include:
- Developing a tool for propagating variable lattice structures
- Adaptive infill using cuttlebone structure mimicking
- Fused deposition modeling (FDM) parameters optimization
- Developing a tool to Simulate the mechanical and geometrical behaviour of FDM parts
Khaled G. Mostafa, Carlo Montemagno, Ahmed Jawad Qureshi. Strength to cost ratio analysis of FDM Nylon 12 3D Printed Parts. Procedia Manufacturing, 2018.
Mostafa K, Qureshi AJ, Montemagno C. Tolerance Control Using Subvoxel Gray-Scale DLP 3D Printing. Conference Paper: ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 2017.
Umair Ali Rana, Tan Wei Koon, Khaled Mostafa, Aamer Ahmed Bagai, Ahmed Jawad Qureshi. Characterization of cuttlebone for adaptive infills. Conference Paper: International Conference on Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (ICMAE), 2017.
Mohamed Elgamil, Khaled Mostafa, Marwan El-Husseiny, Saad Kassem. Design Aspects of a Cardiac Action Hydraulic Pump. Conference Paper: ASME/BATH Symposium on Fluid Power and Motion Control, 2015.