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"There are at least three schools of thought that need to be considered and exercised by a human being: Systems Thinking, Design Thinking, and Critical Thinking."
Sharif Khaleghparast is an enthusiast systems and innovation science researcher and lecturer. His research domains include socio-technical sustainability transition modeling, supply network management and (inter-)organizational learning.
Sharif Khaleghparast has graduated cum laude with his master's and bachelor's degrees in Industrial Engineering at Sharif University of Technology and Iran University of Science and Technology, respectively. His major in both bachelor's and master's studies goes to Socio-economic Systems Engineering, focusing on methodologies and architectures in simulation modeling of the dynamics of different socio-technical systems. He has utilized mixed differential equation systems and agent-based modeling to capture the structural and behavioral complexities of the interfaces in markets, organizations, and supply networks.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Master, Sharif University of Technology
2015 → 2017
Bachelor, Iran University of Science and Technology
2011 → 2015
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Optimal Agent Framework: A Novel, Cost-Effective Model Articulation to Fill the Integration Gap between Agent-Based Modeling and Decision-MakingTaghavi, A., Khaleghparast, S. & Eshghi, K., 6 Sep 2021, In: Complexity. 2021, 30 p., 6642160.
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