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PhD student in Economic History, Universidade de São Paulo.
My research interests are the history of Gaelic Ireland (13th and 14th centuries), historical game studies, and the use of formal modeling techniques in historical research.
Historical studies of Early Christianity. Simulations of social agents aids my interpretation of history.
Utilizing physics, especially thermodynamics, to model human history.
I am interested in the study of small-group decision-making using agent-based simulation of models grounded in sociological social psychology. I am also interested in a particular kind of small-group decision-making: peer review.
Experienced Water Resources Specialist with a demonstrated history of research and management. Skilled in Remote Sensing Applications, Hydrology, Spatial Analysis, and Groundwater.
Strong community and social services professional with a Master’s degree focused in Water Resources Eng. from Tarbiat Modares University. Nowadays I’m studying in Water Resources Department, University of Isfahan. Iran.
• Hydrological Modeling
• Water Resources Planning and Management
• Application of Remote Sensing in Water Resources
Intrapreneur and experienced Consultant with a demonstrated history in the energy industry. Skilled in Business Planning, Corporate Finance, Digital Transformation and Analytics. Strong consulting professional focused in Organizational Development and Project Management. I have a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Rio de Janeiro State University (2000) and a master’s degree in Economics from Brazilian Institute of Capital Markets IBMEC (2003). Has experience in the area of Computer Science, with emphasis on Modeling of Complex Systems.
After completing my undergraduate education at Bilkent University (Turkey), I continued my studies at the University of Cambridge, receiving first my MPhil and then my PhD in Assyriology/Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology, funded by a Chevening Open Society Scholarship and the Board of Higher Education of Turkey. After teaching for several years at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, I moved to eastern Turkey to start the Archaeology Department of Bitlis Eren University, and I was the Head of Department until the end of 2018. I have been a visiting researcher at the American Center of Oriental Research in Amman in 2011 (Mellink Fellowship), at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago in 2014 (Fulbright Fellowship), and at the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History of Uppsala University in 2019 (Swedish Institute Fellowship). I have also held a Newton Advanced Fellowship here at Leicester in the UK. I have previously co-directed several fieldwork projects: the Cambridge University Kilise Tepe Excavations (southern Turkey, 2009-13), the Cide Archaeological Project (survey, Black Sea coast, 2010-1), the Sirwan Regional Project (survey, northern Iraq, 2012-5), and the Lower Göksu Archaeological Salvage Survey Project (survey, southern Turkey, 2013-7). I am currently co-directing the Çadır Höyük excavations, which is a joint American, British, Canadian and Turkish archaeological excavation project conducted in north-central Turkey, and the Taşeli-Karaman Archeological Project, which was initiated in 2018 as a continuation of the Lower Göksu Archaeological Salvage Survey Project, to study the Göksu River Basin in its wider geographical context in the hope of better understanding its role as a network hub connecting the eastern Mediterranean world to the central Anatolian Plateau.
Electrical and Computer Engineer (NTU, Athens), M.Sc. and Ph.D. on Artificial Intelligence (Univ. Paris VI, France). Formerly senior researcher in the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (NTU, Athens). I have taught a variety of courses on intelligent, complex and biological systems and cognitive science. I have participated in numerous national and european R&D projects and I have authored about a hundred articles in journals, books and conference proceedings, at least half of them as a single author. I am frequent reviewer for journals, conferences and research grants. My research interests lie on the intersection of biological, complex and cognitive systems and applications.
Area: Complex Biological, Social and Sociotechnical Systems
Specific focus: Origins of intelligent behavior
He is an experienced Lecturer with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. He was skilled in Agent-based Modeling and Simulation, Competency Assessing and Fundamental Supply Chain Management. Strong research background and analyst with a Master’s degree focused in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya and Certified Supply Chain Analyst from ISCEA International.
My research focused on pricing strategy and its impact on Supply Chain (SC) using the Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation (ABMS) approach. Currently, I’m working on an ABMS model to analyze the impact of SC Coordination on SC performance when intelligent retailers may offer price discounts based on the market’s states using Q-learning algorithm.
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