Arman Hassanniakalager is an assistant professor at the University of Bath. He is a published author in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Operations Research, and Psychology. In 2018, he obtained his PhD in Quantitative Finance for a thesis titled “Four Essays in Quantitative Analysis: Artificial Intelligence and Statistical Inference” at the University of Glasgow. Before moving to the United Kingdom, he completed his MSc in Financial Engineering and a BEng in Industrial Engineering at the University of Tehran (Iran). While studying his postgraduate degree, he worked as a retail trader in the foreign exchange market. Arman speaks fluently English and Farsi; he is proficient in programming and parallel computing and helps the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution over his leisure time.
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