Dr Shahadat Uddin is a lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia. He is a Complex Networks researcher, with a significant emphasis to health analytics and Informetrics as application areas of different methods and models of complex networks. Dr Uddin’s research has addressed how networks evolve over time in different real-life contexts and the impact of the evolutionary dynamics of these networks on the performance and behaviour of individuals. Dr Uddin appears to be one of the very first researchers to bring the methods and theories of network analytics to the analysis and modelling of different health care professional networks. For his outstanding research achievements, Dr Uddin was awarded the highly prestigious Dean’s Research Award from the Faculty of Engineering & IT of the University of Sydney in 2015. He holds a PhD in Complex Networks research area from the University of Sydney, Australia. Supervisor Homepage
Areas of expertise:  Network Analysis / Health analytics / Data modelling