Dr Mohammad Hossein Amirhosseini

Dr Mohammad Amirhosseini

Lecturer

Intelligent Systems Research Group

Department of Engineering & Computing , School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering

Dr Amirhosseini is the course leader of BSc and MSc Digital and Technology Solutions Apprenticeship courses. He has contributed to national and international granted research projects, and has published papers in different international refereed journals and conferences. He has also been the main organiser and chair of different special sessions in renowned international conferences, guest editor of special issues in international refereed journals, and the reviewer for different journals, conferences and grant competitions. Dr Amirhosseini is the winner of the School Staff Award for 'Innovative Teaching'.

Areas Of Interest

Dr Amirhosseini's research interests and expertise include, but are not limited to, applications of AI and Machine Learning in different areas such as:

  • Psychology
  • Cognitive processing
  • Personal development
  • Mental health
  • Coaching
  • Personality type prediction
  • Depression and anxiety detection
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Natural language processing
  • Animals' behaviour and personality
  • Organisational performance
  • Cyber security
  • Identity resolution
  • Fraud detection
  • Social media analysis
  • Hate speech detection and prevention
  • Racism and sexism detection and prevention
  • Politics and international relations