Ali Iranmanesh

Tarbiat Modares University, Iran

Ali Iranmanesh (born in 1965 in Kerman, Iran) is the Head of the Faculty of Mathematical Sciences at the Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in mathematics (with honors) at the Tarbiat Modares University in 1995. In the duration of his study from the B.S. degree to the Ph.D. degree, he got some honors, for example, the Best Student of Iran Universities (1993), the winner of the first prize in the nationwide competition between the young researchers of Iran (1993), and the first award of the National Ph.D. Theses Evaluation (1995). In 1995, he was appointed as Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics of the Tarbiat Modares University and promoted to Professor in 2005. He supervised more than fifty M.S. students and nine Ph.D. students in computational group theory and mathematical chemistry. He is a recipient of several fellowships and awards. He was elected as the Fourth Iranian Scientist in Nanoscience in 2008 and as Distinguished Researcher of the Tarbiat Modares University from 2000–2011, and he was selected as a Member of the Academy of Mathematical Chemistry in 2010. He was invited as a speaker at over 20 conferences and authored over 140 scientific publications and two books (in Persian language) and wrote a chapter of a Springer book. He is also a member of some international societies. He is an Editor-in-Chief of the Iranian Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Informatics and on the editorial board of some international Journals. The main thrust of his research is group theory and its applications: characterization of finite groups by prime graph, noncommuting graph, and order components, character theory of finite groups, application of group theory in chemistry, covering of some finite groups, nanocomputation, hyperstructures, and their applications (hypergroup, hypergraph, very thin hyperstructures, Hv-group, and so forth).

Biography Updated on 4 November 2012

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