Dr Armin Kashefi
Associate Lecturer (Education) in Computer Science
Wilfred Brown Building 111
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: +44 (0)1895 268180
Dr Armin Kashefi is a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Brunel University London. He has an MSc and PhD in Information Systems Management. His research interests include people and technology, information systems for crisis response and management (ISCRAM) and ICTs and development. He was recently involved in two EU-sponsored projects (TANDEM and Sci-GaIA) working on developing sustainable e-Infrastructures in West and Central Africa. His current research continues to explore sustainable e-infrastructures in Africa as well as modelling and analysis of complex systems using discrete simulation modelling.
Newest selected publications
Kashefi, A., Alwzinani, F. and Bell, D. (2018) 'PERSPECTIVES ON TEACHING MODELING AND SIMULATION IN A DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE'.Winter Simulation Conference (WSC) 2018. Sweden. 12 - 12 December. IEEE. pp. 4058 - 4068. ISSN: 0891-7736 Open Access Link
Kashefi, A., Taylor, S., Abbott, P., Anagnostou, A., M Tessa, O., Oaiya, O., (2018) 'User requirements for national research and education networks for research in West and Central Africa'. Information Development. pp. 026666691877411 - 026666691877411. ISSN: 0266-6669 Open Access Linket al.
Kashefi, A., Nuhu, K., Abbott, P., Ayoung, D. and Alwzinani, F. (2018) 'Investigating Users’ IT Adaptation Behaviors: A Case of a Computerized Work System'.International Conference on Information Systems. San Francisco USA. 1 - 16 December. International Conference on Information Systems 2018, ICIS 2018.Open Access Link
Abdulhamid, N., Perry, M. and Kashefi, A. (2018) 'Process Workflow in Crowd-sourced Digital Disaster Responses'.Social Informatics 2018. St.Petersburg. 1 - 28 September. Springer International Publishing. pp. 3 - 22. ISSN: 0302-9743 Open Access Link
Bell, D., Turchi, T., Kashefi, A., Young, T. and Saleh, N. (2016) 'A data-driven agent based simulation platform for Early Health economics device evaluation'. Simulation Series. pp. 33 - 40. ISSN: 0735-9276