Dariush Alimohammadi obtained a BA degree in Library and Information Sciences from Allame Tabataba'ee University, Tehran, in 1999, and an MA in Library and Information Sciences from Tehran University in 2003. Teaching in workshops, referring in conferences, collaborating on research projects, and seminar presentations are among his experiences. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Library Philosophy and Practice; the Editorial Review Board of Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline and Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management; and the International Editorial Advisory Board of Indian Journal of Library and Information Science. He has also reviewed papers for International Journal of Information Science and Management, The Electronic Library, and Webology, as well as the Persian LIS journals Ettelashenasi = Informology, Faslname-ye Ketab = Book Quarterly (The Quarterly Journal of the National Library and Archives of the Islamic Republic of Iran), and Faslname-ye Olumo Fanavariye Ettelaat = Information Science and Technology Journal (The Quarterly Journal of the Iranian Research Institute for Scientific Information and Documentation). Before joining to the Department of Library and Information Studies at the Tarbiat Moallem University as a Lecturer, he was involved in information services and systems design for about ten years. He has published more than forty English and Persian papers in national and international journals, two chapters, and one book in India. He is currently a member of directorate of the Iranian Library and Information Science Association (ILISA).
Source: Mathematics for Classical Information Retrieval, 2010, page x.