See this link: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/directory/hamid.tarmazdi
I am a Ph.D student and research assistant in Computer Science Education Research group. I research, design and build visualisation and learning analytics software in Computer Science Education Research group at the University of Adelaide.
My current research is on automated assessment of programming assignments.
My current project is live reporting of activity metrics for CSER Digital Technologies Education MOOCs.
I am a registered psychologist and a PhD Candidate at the University of Adelaide. I have clinical and research interests in the area of youth mental health, and my current PhD research involves mixed-methods studies examining current approaches and exploring challenges to the measurement and promotion of mental health in young Australians.
My main area of research is normative political theory. I have worked mainly on normative theory and governance of migration, in particular temporary migration. My interest include theory if transnational justice and democratic theory.