“The irrational separates us, the rational unites us. (Bertrand Russell)”
Amir hassan Ghaseminejad tafreshi
B.Sc. in EE, M.Sc. in EE, Ph.D. Candidate Communication,
MCDBA, MCSE, MCSA, MCP+I, A+, Network+, i-Net+
Faculty – School of Business, Capilano University
Information Management and Strategic Management
Amir is a faculty member at Capilano University, School of Business. He has taught courses such as Statistics for Business, Business Management, Information Management, and Operations Management, Business Technology Disaster Recovery Planning, Advanced Web Design, Operating systems, Networking, Programing Languages, Database Administration and Design.
He is also a researcher at The Institute for Canadian Urban Research Studies (ICURS), at SFU, where he develops statistical and process models for criminal justice system. He has been a researcher at Interdisciplinary Research in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences (IRMACS), where he participated in healthcare modeling; as well as at the Center for Policy Research on Science and Technology (CPROST), where he studied the impact of broadband Internet on rural and remote communities. He has taught “Empirical Research Methods for Communications” and “News Media, the Public, and Democracy”, “News Discourse and Political Communication” at SFU; Operating Systems, Networking, Database design and Object Oriented Programming as well as Marketing and Business Computing in Computer Science and Information Systems, and Business Management Departments at Langara College and Douglas College, and Networking and TCPIP at British Columbia Institute of Technology.
His research interests include The Impact of Information and Communication Technologies on Collective Decision Making and Control, as well as Process Modeling of Complex Social Systems, Philosophy of Science and Technology, Technology and Society interrelationships, Systems Analysis, Big Data and Information Management.
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Ghaseminejad, Amir H. (2014). Society, Technology, Product, and Responsibility: A Dynamic Feedback Systems Perspective. International Journal of Technology Knowledge and Society, In press.
Ghaseminejad, A. H., Brantingham, P., & Brantingham, P. (2012). Distribution of event complexity in the British Columbia court system an analysis based on the CourBC analytical system. Security Informatics, 1(1), 13. doi:10.1186/2190-8532-1-13
Ghaseminejad, A. H., & Brantingham, P. (2010). An executive decision support system for longitudinal statistical analysis of crime and law enforcement performance crime analysis system pacific region (CASPR). In 2010 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) (pp. 1–6). doi:10.1109/ISI.2010.5484784
Ghaseminejad, T. A. H. (2009). Decision making independent of irrelevant alternatives. Patent Application WO2009065211 A128-May-2009
Ghaseminejad, Amir H. (2007). An Informatics Theory of Effective Democracy: Democratic Wisdom Hypothesis and General Relativity of Democracy. International Journal of Technology Knowledge and Society, 2(7), pp.91–106.