Department of Mining Engineering
Isfahan University of Technology
He is currently working as an Associate Professor of Department of Mining Engineering at Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran. He did his Ph.D. in Rock Mechanics, (Graduate School of Science and Technology, Civil Engineering Department, Rock Mechanics Division) from Kumamoto University in Japan.
Rock Stress and Stress Measurement Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics Geotechnical Site Investigation and In Situ Measurements In Situ Tests and Instrumentation in Rock Mechanics Displacement discontinuity method in rock mechanics and rock engineering Hydraulic fracturing in gas and petroleum reservoirs Physical modeling of deep underground excavation in stratified rock Rock Slope Stability and Sliding Force Remote Monitoring, Approach for Prediction of Landslide Application of Infrared Thermography (IRT) in geomechanics Study on Gas Emission due to Crack Propagation into Coal mine
L. Faramarzi, K. Sugawara, Application of High-Resolution Borehole Tilt-meter to Monitoring of the Earth Tide, The 1st Nano Technology Conference., Shiraz (2007).
L. Faramarzi, H. Fatahi, Interpretation of Plate Loading Test results on Major Projects, Proc. of the 5th Asian Rock Mechanics Symposium., PP. 225-260, Iran (2008)
for Eftekhari S . M., Mahdevari S., Faramarzi L., Leakage Quantity Investigation Behesht Abad Water Transition Tunnel by using Analytical and Numerical Approach., 8th Iranian Tunneling Conference., PP. 90-98, 18-20, Tehran (2009)