Adjunct Research Fellow
School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics
Adham Atyabi received his BSc in Computer-Engineering from Azad University of Mashhad-Iran in 2002. His BSc thesis title was
Imitating human speech. He received his MSc by research from the faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology at Multimedia University of Malaysia in 2009. His MSc thesis title was "Navigating agents in uncertain environment using
Particle Swarm Optimization”. He recently received his PhD from Flinders University of South Australia.
His PhD thesis title was Evolutionary Optimization of Brain Computer Interfaces: Doing More with Less. In the course of his PhD
he was PhD Student representative of Flinders at ACS & University Relation Manager of YIT-SA. He was also a member of MAGICIAN team in Magic2010 Competition. He is acting as a Research Assistant on GAMMA PROGRAMME at Salford University in United Kingdom. His research interests include Swarm and Cognitive Robotics, Brain Computer Interfacing, Knowledge Transfer, Machine Learning, and Evolutionary Optimization.
PhD: Doctor of Philosophy from Flinders University of South Australia, 2009-2013
M.Sc: Master of IT (by research) from Multimedia University of Malaysia (MMU), 2007-2009
B.Sc: Bachelor of Computer Engineering (Software) from Azad university of Mashad- Iran, 1997-2003
Human Communication Science Network (HCSNet) SummerFest 2009, University of New South Wales, Sydney
3-day SPM workshop,supported by the ARC Network in Human Communication Science (HCSNet), University of Queensland, Brisban, 2009