Hassan Baji obtained his Master’s degrees in Structural Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology. After that, he worked in different engineering firms as a structural engineer. Then, he pursued his PhD study at the University of Queensland, where he obtained his PhD degree in 2014. After completing his PhD degree and briefly working as a research associate in UNSW Canberra, he joined RMIT University as a research fellow in Civil Engineering in May 2015. He joined CQU in 2018. His research focuses on reliability, durability and service life prediction of structures.
Scholarship from the University of Queensland for doctoral research, 2010.
Graduate School International Travel Award (GSITA) at UQ, 2013.
The University of Queensland
I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:
At the level of Principal Supervisor
Civil Engineering - Infrastructure Engineering and Asset Management
My research interest is on prediction of service life of structures, optimization of inspection and maintenance strategies for deteriorating structures using the time-dependent reliability methods.
Civil Engineering - Structural Engineering
My research interest is on numerical analysis and strengthening of concrete structures using FRP.