Kaveh Rahimzadeh Berenji is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) of Georgia Institute of Technology. Kaveh has been selected as a Research Fellow at The International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). Kaveh earned his Ph.D. degree in Manufacturing Engineering at the Manufacturing Research Laboratory (MRL) of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences at Sabanci University. 

His main focus is modeling the mechanics and dynamics of multi-axis machining operations. During his Ph.D. studies, he developed analytical and physics-based models for the mechanics and chatter stability of turn-milling operations. He developed stability models for implementing special-geometry tools in turn-milling and multi-axis milling operations. Moreover, he performed research on optimizing a high-speed spindle for improved rigidity and process stability.

His current research addresses the in-situ metrology in manufacturing processes and dynamics of multi-axis and robotic machining operations. He focuses on developing digital twins for real-time process monitoring and fault detection in multi-axis and parallel machining operations.

Research Interests

·         Mechanics and Chatter Stability of Multi-axis Machining Operations

·         Intelligent Machining and Machine Tools

·         Robotic Machining

·         Digitalization in Manufacturing

·         Monitoring and In-situ Metrology in Manufacturing