Mohammad Hajarian is a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Researcher and Professor at University Carlos III de Madrid. He is also the programmer, designer, founder, and director of the Gegli social network since 2003 (Formerly known as Gohardasht.com). He has been recognized and awarded by Iran's National Elites Foundation as a SUPERIOR GRADUATE. He also received the SUPERIOR YOUTH award by Iran's Ministry of Interior in addition to the BEST RESEARCHER award from KIAU university. He has supervised several graduates and postgraduate thesis, participated in many software projects, and worked as a reviewer in several prestigious journals and conferences. He has published several articles and books in the fields of Online Social Networks, Gamification, Human-computer Interaction, Interaction design, Recommendation Systems, Personalization, User Engagement, Data Science, and Online Marketing.
I supervise PhD and master thesis related to my study fields. Students with related experience are welcome to email me their CV. Please visit Gegli Research Center for more information.
Microsoft SQL server development and administration, MySQL server development and administration, PostgreSQL, Oracle.
Network administrating, Server administrating, Designing network security and network infrastructure, ISA server, Exchange server, DHCP server, DNS server, IIS Server, VPN (routing and remote server), Active directory, Cloud computing, Windows server (2020 -2003), Windows clients, Virtualization, VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Xampp
Microsoft Visual studio, Microsoft Office (word, excel, access, powerPoint, outlook), Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Project, Microsoft business Intelligence, Rapid minder, Weka, Gephi, NodeXL, Latex, SPSS, MATLAB, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Illustrator, Camtasia studio, Microsoft SQL server, Aptana studio, Corel, Net support, Endnote, Fiddler, Android studio, Balsamiq
ROSNUB (Project ID: 2018/00578/037) is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) COFUND CONEX-Plus Project ( PI: Mohammad Hajarian). Reputation Metrics and Methods for Gamifying and Regulating Online Social Network Users’ Behaviors (ROSNUB) Project aim to address the problems online social media can cause in today’s human life. Nowadays, in online social networks, users are exposed to fake news, misinformation, online hostility, and misogyny talks generated by other users. In this situation, users might have less regulated emotions, accept extreme behaviors, and misperceive each other. These problems can start from social media and affect people’s mental and physical health in real life. Study results show that more than half of young social network users have experienced cyber aggression resulting in emotions such as depression, suicide, and embarrassment in their life. Incel movement is an excellent example of transforming hostility from online social networks to the real world. To tackle the mentioned problems, social media users’ behavior should be regulated. While legal solutions might help, they are not encouraging, and current social media ecosystems have been built on a foundation that encourages users to engage in such activities to gain more attention or, in other words, likes. Although a good number of studies have been conducted on these mentioned problems in social networks, all are about detecting such problems, and software engineering approaches for preventing them have not been investigated. This is very important because prevention is always a better solution than detection. As a result, this project investigates algorithms and frameworks to regulate social network users’ behavior joyfully in a personalized way and from the software engineering perspective to increase citizens’ mental and physical health and wellbeing. URL: Conex Plus Project page
I have participated in developing a gamified mobile version of UC3M PACE project as a member of University Carlos III de Madrid DEI interactive systems group. URL: PACE Project
A research-based project exchange social network, including a website and mobile application for ordering and exchanging projects between freelancers. I wrote this program in JAVA, PostgreSQL was used as a database. I have translated a book and wrote a 581-page report about this product. URL: Persia Project screenshots
Advertisement website in persian. URL: Ketabezard.com
Social blogging service. baxblog.com
A windows application which included 3 programs I wrote: Hobby, HIP, and Fast - Published on a CD drive. One Screenshots
My e-commerce website for selling digital products, software development, providing advertising, text messaging solutions under the web, Domain registration, Web hosting, Advising companies and individuals for their software systems. URL: MainSystem.com
A windows application to play Dots and Boxes game with computer.
A windows application which calculates high school GPA.
A windows application to help guitar players to play new songs in Persian.
Gamification in social network engineering (2019). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-214-3
Collecting data from social networks: methods and applications (2019). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-213-6
A self-study book on C++ programming (2019). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-215-0
Designing Cross platform mobile application using Xamarin (2019). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-211-2
Social network engineering in web 2.0 (2018). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-047-7
Developing mobile applications with android studio (2018). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN:978-600-491-023-1
A self-study book on Visual basic programming (2018). Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-022-4
C# in one day. Self-published (2017). Iran. ISBN: 978-600-04-9005-8
Training professional mobile application programming using phone gap and jQuery mobile (2015). Sarafraz publications. Iran. ISBN: 978 - 600 - 328 - 213 - 1
High-performance browser networking (2019), Melerd publications. Iran. ISBN: 978-600-491-209- 9