Welcome to Iran

Mechanical Engineering in Iran 

Every year almost 10000 mechanical engineers graduate from Iranian higher education institutions.
High-rank universities include the Sharif University of Tech., Tehran University and the Amir Kabir University of Technology, covering different subdisciplines of mechanical engineering. Including solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, design and drafting, energy conversion, biomechanics, aerospace, marine engineering, mechatronics, robotics, facilities engineering, and railway engineering.
You may find more information on their websites.

QS ranking  University Name  Website Address  
 Sharif University of Tech.  www.en.sharif.edu
 Amir Kabir University of Tech.  www.aut.ac.ir
 University of Tehran   www.ut.ac.ir
 Iran University of Science and Tech.    www.iust.ac.ir
  Isfahan University of Tech.    www.iut.ac.ir
 Shiraz University     www.shirazu.ac.ir
 451-500   K.N. Toosi University of Tech.    www.kntu.ac.ir

National Societies

Two national societies link mechanical engineers together, publish their achievements and hold national and international conferences and congresses.
First, is the ISME (https://www.isme.ir/) addressing mechanical engineers in general no matter their discipline, and second is ISBME (https://isbme.org/) addressing the biomedical engineering graduates.
Both societies hold annual conferences and accept abstracts from all over the world.
Check their website for more information. 

Mechanical Engineering Industries 

Besides great educational centers, mechanical industries in all parts of the country are actively working. Petrochemical, petroleum and drilling, automotive, and ironwork industries are Iran's most remarkable active industries. 

IMechE Iran

Dr Ahmed Arshi has made great efforts to engage young members and affiliate members in voluntary activities during the past ten years.

With his efforts, several contests amongst students have been held to upgrade their creativity and problem-solving level. 
We are proud to present ourselves as the anchor of mechanical engineering research in the IMechE West and Central Asia Panel.  



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