Mohammad Samadi Gharajeh learned programming languages, software analysis, and databases in Associate of Science degree. Since he was elected as one of the three top students in this degree, he was admitted to enter Bachelor of Science program as an elite student. He learned software engineering, database management systems, software development, and implementation of the electronic circuits in Bachelor of Science degree. He started his academic research in Master of Science degree with wireless sensor networks and ad hoc networks. His Master’s thesis was the navigation control of agent automobiles using wireless sensor network. He has already attempted to enhance his scientific proficiency in the scope of his research interests. Consequently, he could publish several papers and book chapters as well as he could submit more than ten papers and book chapters to international journals and publishers.

     He has worked with computer systems since twenty years ago; in the initial five years as an ordinary operator and in the remainder years as a professional. In the years 2001–2003, he was employed by two computer companies sequentially to work on networking systems, computer hardware, and software development. Furthermore, he individually used some of the graphical environments (e.g., Autodesk 3ds Max) to design 3D animation and construction design architects. In the military service, he extended a financial automation system that had been initialized by a software group. In the years 2004–2009, he incorporated with a computer company as shareholder and board of directors to develop the accounting, Web-based, and desktop projects as well as to implement electronic projects. In the years 2010–2014, he established a computer company for developing the accounting software, websites, and 3D design. Since 2015, he has individually developed desktop applications, websites, automation systems, smart applications, control systems, and research projects.

     He has been employed as lecturer of university since September 2014 for teaching the computer and IT courses such as software analysis, programming languages, and computer hardware. He has been an editorial board member and reviewer at some of the international journals and conferences since five years ago, especially “Applied Soft Computing” and “Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers”. He has already proposed three research plans for traffic control, healthcare systems, and school automation. He has supervised and also advised more than thirty students in recent years to conduct their research methods on various academic fields such as wireless sensor networks, cloud computing, and control systems. Note that he has designed and implemented a mobile robotic system for climate purposes as well as a smart, knowledge-based fan system in the year 2017.








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