Shima Nesari Haghighi Fard

Shima Nesari Haghighi Fard Shima Nesari Haghighi Fard was born in July, 1984, at Tehran, the capital city of Iran. At the age of seven she traveled to Ireland-Dublin  with her family, and went to school there. Shima was almost ten, when she returned to Tehran and continued her school studies.

In 2003 Shima traveled to Malaysia, and started her university studies in electronics-robotics engineering.

After a year in 2004 she traveled back to Iran and some months after in 2005 she continued her university studies in the field of mechanical-mechatronics engineering in Sharif University of Technology, and while she was at Sharif University she had two of her poems published in Iran daily newspaper.
In 2013 she started her Master degree in Mechanical-Energy Conversion Engineering. Shima is currently a PhD student in the same feild.
Shima's short fictions and poems are submitted and published in newspapers and websites. Her first writing "Death" was submitted in 2005 in Raha Pen. Some of her poems are translated from English into Arabic and have been found in various Arab nations' websites, newspapers and magazines. In 2011 four of her poems were translated into Arabic and published in "A Mirror Chewed the Buttons of My Dress, a collection of poems by sixteen women poets around the world. Shima's first poetry book Dance of the Wind was published in 2012. Other books of her Culture of Philistinism and The Red Apple were published in 2015, The Melody of Spirit and Hydrodynamic Derivatives of Autonomous Under water Vehicles were published in 2016, and The weeping willow was published in 2018

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