Skip to content Where Legends Are Made
College of Engineering

Directory profile for Dr. Mojdeh Rasoulzadeh

Picture of Dr. Mojdeh Rasoulzadeh
  • N/A
  • Phone (205) 348-5090
  • Email
Request a Directory Profile Update

Dr. Mojdeh Rasoulzadeh

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Adjunct Faculty of Mechanical Engineering


  • N/A
  • phone (205) 348-5090
  • Email


  • Ph.D., Mechanics and Energetics, University of Lorraine, France, 2011
  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 2004
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran, 2001

Dr. Mojdeh Rasoulzadeh’s research is in the area of modeling flow and species transport in highly heterogeneous subsurface systems. She is interested in analytical solutions and numerical simulation of coupled hydro-mechanical-chemical processes in highly heterogeneous porous media. Her focus is on obtaining the effective macroscale nonlocal models of flow and transport in multiscale heterogeneous media via applying mathematical techniques such as homogenization.

She is also interested in pore-scale modeling of flow, deformation, and dissolution in nano/microscale fractures and cavities embedded in a porous host. Flow and deformation in fractured/vuggy carbonate reservoirs, sinkhole formation and evolution, pressure transient behavior of multiscale fractured unconventional gas reservoirs, and bridging between scales from molecular dynamics simulation to effective medium theory are the projects that she is currently working on.

She is affiliated to Alabama Water Institute and Center for Complex Hydrosystems Research at The University of Alabama. Her research group includes math graduate students and undergraduate students majoring in mathematics and/or engineering.

Affiliated Areas
Mechanical Engineering

Selected Publications

  • [5] Rasoulzadeh, M., & Kuchuk, F. J. (2019). Pressure Transient Behavior of High-Fracture-Density Reservoirs (Dual-Porosity Models). Transport in Porous Media, 129(3), 901-940. DOI:10.1007/s11242-019-01312-z.
  • [4] Rasoulzadeh, M., & Panfilov, M. (2018). Asymptotic solution to the viscous/inertial flow in wavy channels with permeable walls. Physics of Fluids30(10), 106604. DOI: 10.1063/1.5041748.
  • [3] Rasoulzadeh, M., & Kuchuk, F. J. (2017). Effective permeability of a porous medium with spherical and spheroidal vug and fracture inclusions. Transport in Porous Media, 116(2), 613-644. DOI: 10.1007/s11242-016-0792-x.
  • [2] Rasoulzadeh, M., Panfilov, M., Kuchuk, F., (2014). Effect of memory accumulation in three-scale fractured-porous media. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (76), 171–183. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2014.04.029
  • [1] Panfilov, M., Rasoulzadeh, M., (2013). Appearance of the nonlinearity from the nonlocality in diffusion through multiscale fractured porous media, Computational Geosciences (17), 269–286. DOI: 10.1007/s10596-012-9338-7

The University of Alabama     |     The College of Engineering