Sameer Alam

Sameer Alam received the B.S. degree in mathematics in 1994, M.A. degree in economics in 1996 and the M. Tech. degree in computer science in 1999. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in computer science at the school of ITEE, University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy. His research interests include evolutionary multi objective optimization, swarm intelligence, and multi agent systems, with applications to air traffic management. He has industrial and research experience of over 6 years. He has worked at the Air navigation & control centre in the Middle East, 2002-2005, on air traffic simulation, and on aeronautical weather system design. He has wide experience in applying evolutionary techniques to various aspects of the automation of air traffic control and has published two refereed papers in conferences.


Multi-Objective Optimization in Computational Intelligence: Theory and Practice
Lam Thu Bui, Sameer Alam. © 2008. 496 pages.
Multi-objective optimization (MO) is a fast-developing field in computational intelligence research. Giving decision makers more options to choose from using some post-analysis...
An Introduction to Multi-Objective Optimization
Lam Thu Bui, Sameer Alam. © 2008. 19 pages.
This chapter is devoted to summarize common concepts related to multi-objective optimization (MO). An overview of “traditional” as well as CI-based MO is given. Further, all...