Department of Statistics
Owing to the important role enacted by statistics in other sciences, especially the humanities, permission to establish the Department of Statistics in ATU was obtained in 1989, and in 1990 the Department started to admit undergraduate students. The Department then continued to develop with recruiting new faculty members and establishing undergraduate and diverse postgraduate programmes.
In 2013, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Computer was officially established with the three Departments of Statistics, Mathematics, and Computer Science. Since then, faculty members in the Statistics Department have always been helping other departments in teaching statistics, research affairs and dissertations, in addition to the academic and research tasks at their own department.
At present, there are eight faculty members (three full professors, three associate professors, and two assistant professors) in the Department. In terms of research, Department of Statistics is one of the most active departments in the university. This department is growing and hopes to provide more growth and opportunities by attracting new and effective forces.
Below are listed the programmes offered in Department of Statistics. The programmes are divided by the degrees they are provided in.
PhD Degree Programmes
Master's Degree Programmes (MSc)
- Mathematical Statistics
- Socioeconomic Statistics
- Official Statistics
Bachelor's Degree Programmes (BSc)
To date, 6 faculty members are employed and collaborating with the Department in providing educational and research services to the students and researchers. It is worth mentioning that apart from their own classes, faculty members of the Department are actively collaborating with other Departments in teaching statistics and supervising theses and dissertations.
The faculty members of the Department are briefly introduced below. The names are sorted alphabetically.
For more detailed information about the faculty members, you can refer to ATU's SIMAP Database.
Dr Mohammad Bameni Moghadam
PhD in Statistics from Sri Venkateswara University, India
Faculty Member and Head of the Department of Statistics
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Contact No.:+9821 88725704 (exts. 210 and 219)
Research Interests: Quality control, Design of experiments, Linear models
Dr Farzad Eskandari
PhD in Statistics and Data Science from Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact No.:+9821 88725704 (ext. 209)
Research Interests: Parametric and nonparametric statistical inference, Data science, Machine learning.
Dr Hamidreza Navvabpour
PhD in Statistics from Iowa State University, Unites States
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact No.:+9821 88725704 (ext. 210)
Research Interests: Official statistics; Survey methodology; Sampling; Linear models; Multivariate analysis.
Dr Nader Nematollahi
PhD in Statistics
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact No.:+9821 88725704 (ext. 219)
Research Interests: To be announced
Dr Reza Pourtaheri
PhD in Statistics
Faculty Member and Dean of the Faculty
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Contact No.:+9821 88725704 (ext. 207)
Research Interests: Point process, Stochastic process, Probability
Dr Vahid Rezaeitabar
PhD in Statistics
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact No.:+9821 88725614 (ext. 213)
Research Interests: Data mining, Machine learning, Bayesian networks, Bioinformatics
Dr Mohammad Reza Salehi Rad
PhD in Statistics, from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
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Contact No.:+9821 88725614 (ext. 206)
Research Interests: Stochastic processes; Queueing systems; Statistical inference in those fields