Dr. Ali Ahmadian is an Adjunct Professor at the Kean University- Wenzhou Campus, an Associate Researcher at the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Italy and an Associate Fellow Researcher at the Institute of IR 4.0, The National University of Malaysia. As a young researcher, he is dedicated to research in applied mathematics. He received his Ph.D. in early of 2014 as the best postgraduate student from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). After his Ph.D. He took a postdoctoral fellowship at same university as part of the numerical analysis research group and at the same time joint to the University of Malaya as an Associate Researcher. He was promoted as a Fellow Researcher on December 2017 in UPM. In 2019 He joined the National University of Malaysia as a senior lecturer where he currently works in the Institute of IR 4.0. In general, his primary mathematical focus is the development of computational methods and models for problems arising in computer science, biology, physics, and engineering under fuzzy and fractional calculus (FC); in this context, he has worked on projects related to nano-communication networks, drug delivery systems, acid hydrolysis in palm oil frond, and carbon nanotubes dynamics, nanofluids, viscosity, AI and etc.
He could successfully receive 18 national and international research grants (Worth: $ 800,000). He is a member of editorial board in Soft Computing, Journal of control and Decision, Progress in Fractional Differentiation and Applications (Natural Sciences Publishing) and Mathematical Problems in Engineering (Hindawi) and lead guest editor of special issues in more than 50 international journals from Elsevier, Springer, Wiley and so on. He is an author of more than 220 research papers published in peer-reviewed Journals edited by Nature, IEEE, Elsevier, Springer, Wiley and etc. He also presented his research works in 38 international conferences held in Canada, Serbia, China, Turkey, Malaysia and UAE.
He also received Premio Anassilaos Giovani Award for his achievement in art, culture, economics and science from Italy on November 2021 and listed as the 2% top scientists released by Stanford University- Elsevier in 2022.