Paper: A Computational Study of Aerosol Droplet Formation Mechanism for Personalised Airway and Lung Management (PALM)
Abanoub Shenoda was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1993. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of Dr. Tuncay Alan and Dr. Jason Brenker at the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His Ph.D. project is “Next generation hand-held nebulisers for aerosol drug delivery: using microfluidics to tune particle size”. Also, his research interest includes computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations and the mathematical modelling of mechanical systems.
Shenoda earned his B.Sc. degree with honours in Mechanical Engineering from the Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt in 2016. In 2017, he was appointed as a tenured Teaching Assistant at the Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics at the same university. In 2020, he finished his M.Sc. degree in Engineering Mathematics from Alexandria University, after that he was promoted to Assistant Lecturer from 2020 till now.
After graduation, Shenoda worked as an HVAC design engineer at Mechanical Engineering Design Center (MEDC) which is a consultancy office for Mechanical, Electro-Mechanical, and Plumbing Services, also he is a member of the Egyptian Engineering Syndicate (EES) since 2016.