Naguib, Hani E.

Naguib, Hani

Hani E. Naguib | BSc, MEng, PhD (Toronto), FASME, FCSME, FIOM3, FSPE, CEng, PEng
Professor and Director, Toronto Institute of Advanced Manufacturing (TIAM)

Joint-appointed with the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Office: RS 207A
T: 416.978.7054
E: hani.naguib [at] utoronto [dot] ca

Research Group: Smart Adaptive Polymers & Composites Laboratory


Professor Hani Naguib reflects on Canada’s contributions to global automotive research at the 2011 AUTO21 conference (Video: AUTO21)

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Honours & Awards

  • Fellow, Society of Plastics Engineers (FSPE), 2015
  • Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (FASME), 2014
  • Fellow of the Insitute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining (IOM3), UK (2009)
  • Early Career Teaching Award, University of Toronto (2008)
  • Premier of Ontario Early Research Award, ERA (2007)
  • Fellow of the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers, FCSME (2007)
  • Canada Research Chair, Tier II, Smart & Functional Polymers (2006)
  • G. H. Duggan Medal, Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineeers (2005)
  • Fellow with the Canadian Foreign Affairs and International Trade (2004)
  • NSERC Post-Doctoral Fellowship (2001)
  • Ontario Government Scholarship (2000)
  • Ontario Government Scholarship (1999)

Professional Memberships

  • Professional Engineer in Ontario, Canada (P. Eng)
  • Chartered Engineer in the Engineering Council U.K. (C.Eng)
  • Associate Editor Journal of Cellular Plastics
  • Associate Editor of Cellular Polymers Journal
  • Fellow Member, Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers (FCSME)
  • Membership Chair, Board of Directors of the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Membership Chair, Board of Directors of the Foams Division, Society of Plastics Engineers
  • Senior Member, Society of Plastics Engineering (SPE)
  • Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • Professional Member, Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining U.K. (IOM3)
  • Affiliate Member, Society of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS)

Research Areas

Manufacturing New Materials; smart materials and structures; multi-functional polymers such as: active polymers, biopolymers and polymer nanocomposites. Research focus on physical, mechanical, biological, and environmental active polymers. Dynamics of polymer systems; mechanical and physical properties of polymers; modeling and simulation of polymers properties.

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