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Reza Jalali
Research Fellow

Dr Mohammad Reza Jalali is a numerical modelist in Hydrodynamics and Fluid Mechanics who has worked four years as a researcher of School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St Andrews. He joined IQ CliK project as a research fellow in January 2022. His current research focuses on Optical atomic clocks. Optical atomic clock technology is on its way to become transportable device and replaces caesium atomic clocks which are currently used for network timing and synchronisation. In order to achieve this goal, researchers need an interface device that can convert the optical atomic clock signal into standard signal for network time transfer at an appropriate low-noise level. The interface between an optical atomic clock and timing network will be investigated during Dr Jalali Collaboration with IQ CLiK project.

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PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics, University of Edinburgh, 2017

MEng in Computational Fluid Dynamics, University of Mazandaran, 2012


Other acivities

  • Graduate Member of “Institution of Civil Engineers” and Member of “London Mathematical Society”

  • Referee of “Physics of Fluids” and “Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Engineering and Computational Mechanics”

  • Sponsored Researcher in School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St Andrews

Selected Publications


Mohammad R. Jalali and David G. Dritschel. "Balance in non-hydrostatic rotating shallow-water ows." Phys. Fluids. 33(8), 086601 (2021). DOI:

David G. Dritschel and Mohammad R. Jalali. " The validity of two-dimensional models of a rotating shallow layer." J. Fluid Mech. 900, A33 (2020). DOI:


Mohammad R. Jalali and Alistair G.L. Borthwick. "One-dimensional and two-dimensional Green-Naghdi equations for sloshing in shallow basins." J. Proc. Inst. Civ. Engrs: Engineering and Computational Mechanics. 170(EM2), 49-70 (2017). DOI:

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