Associate Professor Masoud Mohammadian graduated with a PhD degree from the University of Central Queensland and an MSc degree from the University of Central Queensland, Australia and his undergraduate degree at the Flinders University, Australia.

He taught various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of computer science and information systems at Edith Cowan University, Monash University and University of Canberra for almost 5 years before joining the University of Canberra in late 1998. Besides teaching, he has been actively pursuing research related to neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computing, optimization, data analytics, modelling of complex adaptive systems, decision support systems and data security and privacy and their applications in industrial, financial and business problems which involve real time data processing, planning and decision making. His current research also concentrates on the application of computational intelligence techniques for learning and adaptation of intelligent agents and web-based information filtering and data mining.

He completed several consultancies with industry. He was the scientific advisor to Solve IT Pty Ltd as he is the scientific advisor to Complexica Pty Ltd and iCognition Pty Ltd. I was a visiting professor at the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis in USA, and at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Toronto and at the at the University of York in Canada.

To date, he has edited over 22 books and conference proceedings in Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Agents. He has chair and co-chaired over 19 international conferences in Computational Intelligence, Intelligent Agents and has written more than 150 refereed publications in the form of books, book chapters, journal articles and conference papers. He has been a keynote speaker at a large number of international conferences in Computational Intelligence, Intelligent Agents, Control, Modelling and optimization.

He has chaired fourteen international conferences on computational intelligence, intelligent agents and software engineering. Associate Professor Masoud Mohammadian has twenty-eight years of academic experience and he has served as program committee member and/or co-chair of a large number of national and international conferences. He was the chair of IEEE ACT Section and he was the recipient of awards from IEEE from USA and Ministry of Commerce from Austria and several awards for his academic services in Australia.

He has received many national and international awards from Australia, Austria and United Sate of America. He has received an honorary professorship from Amity University in Indian in 2018.

He is a member of editorial board and review board of several international journals.