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  • Ph.D. (1999)

    Electrical Engineering

    Dept. of Electrical and Computer Eng., Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran

  • M.Sc. (1994)

    Electrical Engineering

    ِDept. of ِElectrical and Computer Eng., Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran

  • B.Sc. (1992)

    Electrical Eng., Kh.N.Toosi University of Tecnology, Tehran, Iran

  • Intelligent systems in E-learning and E-commerce
  • Soft computing approaches in data analytics
  • Image search engine
  • Soft security
  • Science and Technology Policymaking

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    Curriculum Vitae (CV)

    Categorizing E-Learner Attributes in Personalized E-learning Environments: A Systematic Literature Review

    MohammadHassan Abbasi, Gholamali Montazer, Fatemeh Ghrobani, Zahra Alipour
    Journal Paper , Volume 12 , Issue 1, 2021 March 1, {Pages 21-Jan }

    Abstract

    Background: The development of learner models in learning management systems is among the most significant steps in designing personalized e-learning environments. The primary purpose of this modeling is to extract user characteristics in order to personalize the learning process based on learners’ needs, learning style, personality, and situation. Methods: The present study provides a review of published literature over the past 20 years in academic databases including IEEE, Sciencedirect, Wiley, and Springer. The search was limited to the studies on the personalization of e-learning environments based on learner characteristics, specifically the ones providing a reliable method for integrating these characteristics, as appropriate input

    A novel hybrid assessment model to evaluate e-services websites of Iranian municipalities

    Masoud Shayganmehr, Gholam Ali Montazer
    Journal PaperArtificial Intelligence Review , 2021 February 1, {Pages Jan-35 }

    Abstract

    Since municipalities are an essential part of urban management and are considered as the most important hub for offering urban services, they are expected to develop e-services rapidly and offer high-quality services to citizens. As the websites are the main infrastructure of e-services, therefore constant assessment of the websites assists to provide high-quality services. In this paper, a model was proposed for assessing the e-services websites of municipalities. Firstly, the most effective assessment indices and indicators were extracted from previous studies such as website design, responsiveness quality, security, content and information quality, citizen participation, trust, supporting and maintenance, services and usability including

    A model for optimal allocation of human resources based on the operational performance of organisational units by multi-agent systems

    Rahim Khanizad, Gholam Ali Montazer
    Journal PaperInternational Journal of Operational Research , Volume 40 , Issue 1, 2021 January , {Pages 32-51 }

    Abstract

    Optimal allocation of human resources is studied in this research. To solve the problem, a model of negotiation between intelligent agents is used in this study. Organisational units are considered as agents that seek for their benefits and use negotiation for human resources and job distribution. We firstly introduce operational performance level to find out how units can guarantee their performance. As a result, in this research, organisational decision making is managed in two levels by agents. In medium level, agents negotiate each other using optimal function to divide human resources optimally. Therefore, the final agreement will be distributed among the organisation using the special function developed for this reason. Results have s

    Modeling the characteristics of collaborative science and technology policy network

    Esmaeel Kalantari, Gholamali Montazer, Sepehr Ghazinoory
    Journal PaperTechnology Analysis & Strategic Management , 2021 March 30, {Pages 14-Jan }

    Abstract

    Despite the growing trend of networking approaches in policymaking, the concept of collaborative policy networks (CPNs) and, in particular, the identification of their characteristics, remain a serious research vacuum. Thus, the main purpose of this study is to provide a model for identifying the characteristics of CPNs. For this purpose, the science and technology policy network in Iran was studied on a case-by-case basis. In this study, the theoretical framework of research was formulated as a sequential exploratory mixed design by first using literature review, policy documents analysis and in-depth interviews with 20 experts. Then, a survey was conducted by distributing a questionnaire among 100 science and technology policy experts and

    A Novel Model for Assessing e-Government Websites Using Hybrid Fuzzy Decision-Making Methods

    Masoud Shayganmehr, Gholam Ali Montazer
    Journal PaperInternational Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems , 2021 May , {Pages }

    Abstract

    Websites are considered as the core infrastructure of e-government, so evaluating the quality of websites assists organizations to provide high-quality online services to citizens. For this purpose, this paper is seeking to design a model that enables any organization to evaluate the quality of its websites and identify its strengths and weaknesses. The proposed model includes nine main indexes including “website design,”“responsiveness quality,”“security,”“content and information quality,”“participation,”“trust,”“maintenance and support,”“services” and “usability,” alongside with 85 indicators. Since some of indexes and indicators possess intrinsic uncertainties so “fuzzy set theory” was applied to m

    Why Iranian universities have not been successful in implementing e-learning systems?(Comparative analysis of Iranian and Turkish universities in the face of the Corona pandemic)

    GA Montazer, M Farazkish
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Personalized Gamification in E-Learning with a Focus on Learners’ Motivation and Personality

    MH Abbasi, G Montazer, F Ghrobani, Z Alipour
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    How Self-Supervised Learning Can be Used for Fine-Grained Head Pose Estimation?

    M Pourmirzaei, GA Montazer, F Esmaili
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Designing a Model for Evaluating Iranian University Websites: Using Fuzzy VIKOR Approach

    F Hosseinpouli Mamaghani, GA Montazer
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Fuzzy C-Means Clustering as a Discourse Analysis Method (Case Study: Institutional Interactions of Science and Technology Policy in Iran)

    E Kalantari, G Montazer, S Ghazinoory
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Identifying the Obstacles of Implementing E-Learning in Iraqi Universities

    GA Montazer, YK Al-Rikabi
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Mapping of a science and technology policy network based on social network analysis

    E Kalantari, G Montazer, S Ghazinoory
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Designing a Model for Evaluating Iranian University Websites: Using Fuzzy VIKOR Approach

    FH Mamaghani, GA Montazer
    Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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    Why do we need ‘Problem-oriented Innovation System (PIS)’for solving macro-level societal problems?

    Sepehr Ghazinoory, Shohreh Nasri, Fatemeh Ameri, Gholam Ali Montazer, Ali Shayan
    Journal PaperTechnological Forecasting and Social Change , Volume 150 , 2020 January 1, {Pages 119749 }

    Abstract

    The number of theories of innovation systems has grown considerably over the past two decades and several innovation system approaches have been developed. The focus of most has been on the development of technological innovations which create economic value.However, addressing macro-level societal problems – sociotechnical and environmental challengesin which the production, dissemination and use of social and technical knowledge and technology can potentially resolve the problem – has been overlooked. The present study argues that in order to resolve such problems, a combination of technical innovations (covering the technological aspects of the problem) and social innovations (covering the social aspects of the problem) are required.

    An extended model for assessing E-Services of Iranian Universities Websites Using Mixed MCDM method

    Masoud Shayganmehr, Gholam Ali Montazer
    Journal PaperEducation and Information Technologies , 2020 February 24, {Pages Jan-35 }

    Abstract

    Since the university is considered one of the most pivotal hubs for developing science and knowledge, it is expected to take e-services development more seriously in comparison with other organizations and agencies. Such a strategy helps universities deliver online services with higher quality based on users’(such as students, professors, staff) requirements. As websites are seen as the preliminary and fundamental infrastructure of e-services, regular assessment of websites is so crucial for leveraging websites’ quality. Different studies have been conducted for assessing e-services of university websites but each study has assessed limited dimensions of websites in a specific territory. In this paper, an extended model is proposed for

    Assessing E-learning Readiness of Human Resources in Iranian Universities

    Mahdieh Farazkish, GholamAli Montazer
    Journal PaperOrganizational Resources Management Researchs , Volume 9 , Issue 4, 2020 March 10, {Pages 139-164 }

    Abstract

    The development of information technology has provided new capacities for higher education that one of these capacities is" e-learning". As a result, the implementation of electronic learning systems (ELS) has become one of the most important investment trends in different countries. The successful implementation of these systems will be achieved when the readiness of the university is provided in terms of human, infrastructural and content dimensions. From the human perspective, establishing an effective interaction between instructor and learner has been identified as the key factor in the success of ELS.This paper aims to assess the readiness of faculty members and students for using ELSs in academic environments; so, we first formulated

    Personalization of E-Learning Environment Using the Kolb's Learning Style Model

    Tahereh Sanjabi, Gholam Ali Montazer
    Conference Paper2020 6th International Conference on Web Research (ICWR) , 2020 April 22, {Pages 89-92 }

    Abstract

    The e-learning environment includes various types of learners who should take responsibility for their learning. Personalization of the e-learning environment is a significant contributing factor in the effective learning process which enhances learning satisfaction, speed learning, quality and efficiency of the learning process. The major goal of personalization in e-learning is providing appropriate education as well as adjusting the environmental conditions for each learner according to their specific characteristics. Various factors could be considered for designing a personalized learning environment; this study focused on the selective learning style. In this research, the e-learning environment was personalized based on Kolb's learni

    E-Learning: Technological Transformation in Education

    Gholam Ali Montazer, Tayyebeh Gashool
    Journal Paper , Volume 12 , Issue 1, 2020 January 1, {Pages 15-36 }

    Abstract

    Nowadays, all aspects of human life are influenced by the advances in information and communication technologies (ICT). Education and learning are also among areas that have been greatly affected by ICT and the speed of its growth. This affectability results in the creation of a new concept, called e-learning. In this paper, we first define the basic concepts of learning. Then, describing the trajectory of the technological course of distance education, we explain the technological background of e-learning and express how ICT affects the formation of personalized intelligent learning. Evolution of distance education can be divided into six generations: correspondence education, audio-visual education, computer-assisted education, web-based

    Chronological evaluation of Iran's top universities from the input indicators in the Recent Fifty Years

    GholamAli Montazer, Mahdieh Farazkish
    Journal PaperIranian Journal of Engineering Education , 2020 October 4, {Pages }

    Abstract

    In the era of knowledge, communities should be developed based on knowledge-based educational systems. In order to achieve the knowledge-based development, it is necessary to cross the path of higher education. It imposes a requirement for a widespread wave of universities and higher education institutions on the agenda of different countries, but at the same time as globalization and the increasing importance of "world-class universities", the balance of quantitative and qualitative development has been a fundamental challenge, especially in the higher education sector of developing countries. Accordingly, in this paper, the evaluation of the quantitative and qualitative performance of a number of Iranian universities, classified based on

    Developing STEP C+ Organizational Knowledge Ontology: Roadmapping Approach

    Saba Sareminia, Alireza Hassanzadeh, Shaaban Elahi, Gholam Ali Montazer
    Journal PaperJournal of Library and Information Science Studies , 2020 March 14, {Pages }

    Abstract

    Knowledge is a major strategic resource for the development of the competitive ability of organizations. But the implementation of KM is still challenging. One of the solutions for this challenge which is mentioned in KM literature is KM roadmapping. The purpose of this article is to facilitate the “organizational KM roadmapping” by developing an organizational ontology. Ontologies provide a framework for facilitating knowledge sharing and creation by modeling the domain of discourse formally. The proposed ontology has developed beneficiary literature review in “organizational KM roadmapping” and “organizational ontology” areas. Initially, the fundamental concepts and relationships involved in all aspects of “organizational KM

    Current Teaching

    • MS.c.

      Fuzzy Sets and Systems

    • MS.c.

      Linear Algebra

    • Ph.D.

      Advanced Engineering Mathematics

    Teaching History

    • Ph.D.

      Advanced Engineering Mathematics

    • MS.c.

      Fuzzy Sets and Systems

    • MS.c.

      Linear Algebra

    • 2018
      Shahryari, Shadi
      Personalizing E-learning Environment Using Gesture Recognition
    • 2018
      Mousavi, Ebrahim
    • 2018
      Khodadadi, Amir
      Technology Intelligent Priority Setting in Iran Using Fuzzy Expert Systems (Case Study Information Technology)
    • 2018
      Gashool Darehsibi, Tayyebeh
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