Smart Self-healing Concrete
Automotive Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings
Construction Adhesives and Sealants
Balaclava Road, North Ryde, NSW, 2109. Australia
Dr. Shima Taheri is a strong research and development professional with a PhD in Advanced Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering from University of South Australia. Shima holds a BSc in Chemistry, a MSc in Organic Chemistry and an MBA-Strategic Management. She is an expert on materials chemistry, nanotechnology, polymers, complex materials synthesis and plasma polymerization. Shima has worked in both industrial R&D and academic roles always with an emphasis on developing and commercializing new products and technologies for diversified areas ranging from automotive through biomedical to construction materials, both in Australia and overseas. Her interdisciplinary journal papers are well cited, and she has received many honors and awards including Best PhD Student Award 2015, the Dulux Group Excellence Award 2016, the Henkel Iran Best Employee Award 2007. She has recently been awarded a Research Fellowship by Macquarie University and currently working on the design, fabrication, and commercialization of smart self-healing concrete. Her works have always been focused on the development of approaches and methodologies to benefit nature and people. Her life goal is to make differences in people’s life by adding quality and innovation to the day-to-day consumer products.