Muhammad Salman

                                               Muhammad Salman           

 Hello! Here is my brief introduction. I have been serving the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kennesaw  State University since Fall 2012. After my PhD from the Georgia Institute of Technology, in Fall 2012, I have the honor to serve the School of Engineering, Southern Polytechnic State University which merged into the Kennesaw State University in 2015. I also have the research affiliation with the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. Teaching is my passion and I enjoy my profession. I conduct experimental research on human skeletal muscles and tendons in the field of biomechanics.  My main research focus is dynamics and vibrations in human bio-mechanics. I have mentored the undergraduate research (Directed study students) in areas such as calculation of material stiffness (E) using wave propagation velocity. The equipment included in the research are mainly the accelerometers and excitation source such as an impact hammer or a shaker.



PhD Fulbright Scholarship, US Department of State.

Lectures at Kennesaw State University