Amir Ghiasi Noughaby is a Ph.D. candidate in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Polytechnique Montreal, the engineering affiliated school of University of Montreal, where he works on "Identification of the Sensory Interactions between Vision and Proprioception in Human Balance Control". He is working as a researcher in Polytechnique Laboratory for Assistive and Rehabilitation technologies (POLAR) at PolyMTL under the supervision of Prof. Abolfazl Mohebbi and also in Neuromuscular Control Lab at McGill University under the co-supervision of Prof. Robert E. Kearney.
Before, he received his Master's degree in Mechatronics Engineering at Sharif University of Technology (SUT, the best top university in Iran). In his Master's thesis, Amir worked at Rehabilitation and Bio-Mechatronics Lab on the subject of ''Knee Joint Torque Estimation using EMG Signals for Sharif Exoskeleton Control Applications''.
Also, he obtained his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering at Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT, the second top university in
Iran) in the field of Dynamics and Control Theory.
His current research interests include/are in the field of Control Theory, Robotics and Bio-Mechatronics, Machine Learning, and Neuromuscular Control.