Dr Amir Pourabdollah is an Honorary Lecturer for University of Liverpool online postgraduate students. Since joining the team in 2009, he has taught a number of modules, including Computer Networks, Object Oriented Design, Java Programming, Information Systems and Web Design.
He was awarded his PhD in Information Technology from the University of Nottingham. He also has an MSc in Information Technology from the University of Nottingham and a BEng in Electronic Telecommunication.
Amir has published widely in journals and conference proceedings, including ‘On Turing Completeness of the Semantic Web’, published in Theory of Computing Systems in 2015 and a paper on ‘Real-World Utility of Non-Singleton Fuzzy Logic Systems: A Case of Environmental Management’, at the IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems in Istanbul, August 2015.
He is a research fellow at the University of Nottingham. His research areas include information systems (particularly GIS), data modelling, artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic.