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January 10, 2009

Dr. Bahar Zohgi Moghadam Joins Farmingdale State

Architecture and Construction Management Department Welcomes New Assistant Professor

Dr.Bahar Zoghi Moghadam
Dr.Bahar Zoghi Moghadam
Dr. Bahar Zoghi Moghadam has received an appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture and Construction Management at Farmingdale State College. Zoghi Moghadam's research interests are in civil engineering, fluid mechanics, and hydraulics. During the fall semester, she taught Introduction to Technology and Statics.

Dr. Zoghi Moghadam's dissertation focused on the settling characteristics of the parasites cryptosporidium and giardia under different environmental conditions; her findings were delivered as a report to the Department of Environmental Protection. Zoghi Moghadam's research has also appeared in Hydraulic Measurements and Experimental Methods Conference (HMEM2007) and in the 73th annual meeting program of New York Water Environmental Association of Water Environmental Federation. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineering and the Water Environmental Federation.

Dr. Zoghi Moghadam has extensive experience in the private sector as civil engineer; she has held positions with Afshari PC where she worked on residential buildings in the greater New York metropolitan area and with Segal Consulting Enterprises designing bridges in Iran. She is also a distinguished educator, having taught courses on Fluid Mechanics, Advanced Hydraulics, and Civil Engineering. She has also held research positions at International Center for Environmental Resources and Development and the Center for Water Resources and Environmental Research, both at the City College of New York.

Zoghi Moghadam received her PhD in Civil Engineering from the City University of New York (CUNY) in 2006. She holds a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the City College of New York and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Tehran in Iran.