Dr. Saeed Moradi received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Saeed has 11+ years of experience in research, policymaking, housing sector, construction management, and structural engineering. His career developed his enthusiasm for the enhancement of post-disaster recovery plans. Through his research on disaster recovery, community resilience, and human-centered complex systems, Saeed aims to bridge the gap between social sciences and civil/infrastructure engineering.
Community and Infrastructure Resilience
Complex Systems Modeling
Spatial Analysis and Modeling
Building Information Modeling
Using Bayesian statistics for improving Agent based models and visa versa.
Agent Based Modelling for spatial systems
Exhaustible natural resources
Network game theory models
Agent-based models of human behaviour, from cognitive modelling through to cognitively-rich social simulation.
Developing Disease Modeling Software - MIcro Simulation Tool (MIST). The Reference Model for Disease Progression is my main effort.
BIGSSS-Departs PhD Fellow
Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences / Jacobs University (Germany)
PhD project: Residential Segregation and Intergenerational Immigrant Integration: A Schelling-Esser Model
Italian PhD fellow, fond of social complexity and agent-based modeling, applied to residential segregation and integration processes
Research Interests: Agent-based modeling, migrant integration, residential segregation
Modeling, companion modeling, role playing games, serious games, multi-agent systems, agent-oriented simulation, complex systems, water management, artificial intelligence