Research Professor Mohammad Khoshnevisan

Head of Academic Research-Artificial Intelligence and Engineering Mathematics

Research Professor Mohammad Khoshnevisan is Head of Academic Research for Artificial Intelligence and Engineering Mathematics at New York Institute and Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence. Professor Khoshnevisan is an Affiliated Research Professor at Northeastern University, Department of Physics, Boston, USA. He earned his B.A in Mathematics from Christian Brothers University in the United States and obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Melbourne, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Australia. He worked as a tenured lecture, tenured senior lecturer, associate professor in Australia and the GCC region for approximately 17 years. He also gives lectures to engineering students for a graduate-level course in Advanced Engineering Mathematics. His research focus is on applying Quantum Mechanics in Science and Engineering and the application of Mathematical Modeling and Deep Learning/Machine Learning in Physics and Engineering. He was formally invited as a visiting scholar by UC-Berkeley and Harvard University. He is a Ph. D examiner for Deakin University in Australia. He has been a reviewer for Advances in Space Research (Q1 in Aerospace Engineering) and the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) World Congress, 2020, in Germany. He has received a Certificate of Achievement for his contribution to the BISC-FLINT-CIBI international joint workshop on soft computing for internet and bioinformatics from the world-renowned scientist and inventor of Fuzzy Logic late Professor Emeritus Lotfi A. Zadeh, University of California-Berkeley. Oxford University Press invited him to review Principles of Finance with Excel. He is a member of the American Physical Society, the European Physical Society, IEEE, and the International Association of Quantitative Finance.