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Alireza Hasheminasab

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Translational Research

I am currently studying the applications of Machine Learning techniques in the fascinating field of pharmaco-epidemiology.

My PhD was around the analysis of security investment in interdependent networks. The research involves the investigation of the optimality of individual’s independent risk prevention decisions from a global point of view and the introduction of incentive-compatible mechanisms to motivate independent decision-makers to reach the global optimum. I also had the opportunity of strengthening my knowledge working under the supervision of Professor Tansu Alpcan at the University of Melbourne as a visiting researcher. 

Apart from my academic experience, I have also enjoyed solving interesting interdisciplinary problems by applying computer science solutions as a computer engineer for more than 12 years. 

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