PhD, P.Eng., CEng, FIOM3, FASME, FSPE, FSPIE, FCSME
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Director, Toronto Institute for Advanced Manufacturing (TIAM)
Materials, Mechanics & Design, Robotics
Smart materials: multifunctional composites, meta materials, bio-based materials; Advanced manufacturing: micro and nano fabrication, self assembly, additive manufacturing; Smart skins: sensors and actuators, soft robotics, e-textiles and wearables; Energy management materials: triboelectrics, supercapacitors, and flexible batteries.
Hani Naguib is a Professor at the University of Toronto, and director of the Toronto Institute for Advanced Manufacturing. His major expertise is in the area of manufacturing of programmable materials including stimuli responsive materials, meta materials, and nanostructured materials. His research group focus on the development of new synthesis, micro and nanofabrication, and additive manufacturing techniques for developing these material systems. Naguib is the recipient of many honours and awards such as the Canada Research Chair, the Premier’s Early Research Award of Ontario, and the faculty Early Teaching Award. He is a Professional Engineer in Canada, a Chartered Engineer in U.K.
Naguib is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials Minerals and Mining IOM3, Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME, Fellow of the International Society for Optics and Photonics SPIE, Fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers SPE, and Fellow of the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers CSME. He is the editor in chief of the journal of Polymers from Renewable Resources and associate editor for the journal of Smart Materials and Structures, and he is on the editorial board of several other journals. Naguib has been serving on the technical divisions’ board of directors for the SPE, ASME and CSME, ASM and has been organizing and chairing various conferences, symposia and seminars in national and international conferences in the field.The main goal of his research program is to develop sustainable and transformational materials and manufacturing for the energy, environment and health care sectors.
In addition to his research, Naguib is active in teaching topics in Mechanical and Materials Engineering, he has developed both undergraduate and graduate curricula covering series of courses and labs including: Materials Science, Mechanics of Materials, Smart Materials and Structures, Macromolecular Materials, Composite Materials Soft Materials, and Advanced Manufacturing. He has also served as the associate chair undergraduate studies and associate chair research for the department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto.