- Phd from The Institute For Pervasive Computing, Johannes Kelper University In Linz, Austria. His Phd Work Is Related With Large-Scale Agent Based Modeling And Analysis Of Socio-Technical Systems Utilizing Parallel And Distributed Simulation.
Discrete Structures, Automata And Formal Languages, Data Structure, Analysis Of Algorithms, Distributed Systems / Computing, Computer Graphics, Modelling / Systems Simualtions, Formal Methods In Software Engineering, Object Oriented Programming, And Complex Adaptive Systems (Complexity Science
Dr. Zia's Research Interests Revolve Around Socio-Technical Systems And Computational Social Science With Particular Focus On Crowds Dynamics And Smart Cities.
- 2017 Modeling human factors influencing herding during evacuation, International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications 13 (2)
- 2017 Trust reality-mining: evidencing the role of friendship for trust diffusion Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences 7 (1)
- 2016 Impact of ICT-mediated collective awareness on urban mobility Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling 4 (1)
- 2016 Quantifying the interplay of emotions and rationality in herding: A game-theoretic simulation study Adaptive Behavior 24 (2)
- 2014 Modular simulation-based physical and emotional assessment of ambient intelligence in traffic IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 44 (2)