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    University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

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    Ahmad Hosseinizadeh
    Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    3135 N. Maryland Ave.
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211

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    Ahmad Hosseinizadeh is a research scientist in the Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee since 2011. He has a doctoral degree in theoretical and computational physics from Laval University in Canada and a master’s degree in physics from the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences in Iran.

    Dr. Hosseinizadeh is an algorithm developer with several years of experience in machine learning techniques, analysis of big data, mathematical modeling, data processing, dynamical systems and Monte Carlo methods. His research covers different topics in structural biophysics with X-ray diffraction. Over the past few years, he has worked on algorithmic developments for extracting structure and function of biological entities, such as viruses, using single-particle X-ray free electron laser data collected at the LCLS. He is also involved in the data analysis team of the single-particle imaging (SPI) program, coordinated by SLAC National Laboratory at Stanford. In collaboration with BioXFEL center, one of his current projects is to develop and disseminate a novel data-analytical technique to study the oxygen-evolving center of photosynthesis using X-ray emission spectroscopy.

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