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About Mehdi Sadaghdar
Electrical engineer best known for what are described as “hilariously painful tutorials” of electric experiments as seen on his YouTube channel ElectroBOOM. His videos have been viewed more than 268 million times.
Early Life Experience of Mehdi Sadaghdar
After graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of Tehran in 1999, he would go on to earn his Master of Applied Science degree from Simon Fraser University in 2006.
His channel surpassed the 1 million subscriber milestone in June of 2017.
Family Life and Relationship
Born in Iran, he would later reside in Vancouver, Canada.
He and Ali Mosaffa both earned engineering degrees from the University of Tehran.