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    • The impact of frying aerosol on human brain activity 

      Naseri, M.; Jouzizadeh, M.; Tabesh, M.; Malekipirbazari, Milad; Gabdrashova, R.; Nurzhan, S.; Farrokhi, H.; Khanbabaie, R.; Mehri-Dehnavi, H.; Bekezhankyzy, Z.; Gimnkhan, A.; Dareini, M.; Kurmangaliyeva, A.; Islam, N.; Crape, B.; Buonanno, G.; Cassee, F.; Torkmahalleh, M. (Elsevier, 2019)
      Knowledge on the impact of the exposure to indoor ultrafine particles (UFPs) on the human brain is restricted. Twelve non-atopic, non-smoking, and healthy adults (10 female and 7 male, in average 22 years old) were monitored ...
    • Modeling the rheological properties of highly nano-filled polymers 

      Kourki, Hajir; Mortezaei, Mehrzad; Famili, Mohammad Hossein Navid; Malekipirbazari, Milad (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017)
      Organic and inorganic materials are usually added to polymers in order to achieve some benefits such as reducing the product cost, as well as achieving higher modulus and strength. Addition of these materials would change ...
    • Risk-averse allocation indices for multiarmed bandit problem 

      Malekipirbazari, Milad; Çavuş, Özlem (IEEE, 2021-01-25)
      In classical multiarmed bandit problem, the aim is to find a policy maximizing the expected total reward, implicitly assuming that the decision-maker is risk-neutral. On the other hand, the decision-makers are risk-averse ...
    • Risk-averse multi-armed bandit problem 

      Malekipirbazari, Milad (Bilkent University, 2021-08)
      In classical multi-armed bandit problem, the aim is to find a policy maximizing the expected total reward, implicitly assuming that the decision maker is risk-neutral. On the other hand, the decision makers are risk-averse ...