Dr Armin Chitizadeh is an Associate Lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Engineering. He received his bachelor of Software Engineering from the University of New South Wales with an Honours Class 1 degree in mid 2015. He was awarded Tuition Fee Scholarship and a Research Stipend from University of New South Wales (UNSW) to pursue his Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science with focus on General Multi-Agent systems. He received his Ph.D. in early 2020.
He is currently the Lecturer In Charge (LIC) for the Artificial Intelligence course and assistant lecturer for the Software Engineering Requirements and Design Workshop course.
Previously he was also part of the teaching team for the following courses:
He has been the Postgraduate-by-Research Student Representative at School of Computer Science and Engineering @UNSW for three continues years: 2017, 2018 and 2019.
He was awarded the 2019 UNSW Engineering Postgraduate Research Symposium best presentation award within the school of Computer Science and Engineering.
He received an award from School of Computer Science and Engineering @UNSW for outstanding results at UNSW Foundation year in 2010, included in Dean's Honours List for 2013, 2014 and 2015. He also received IMC Pacific prize for the outstanding mark for Algorithm course at UNSW in 2015.