Mohammad Saeedimehr is a professor at Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran, Iran. He earned his Ph.D from Tarbiat Modares University in 2000. He also studied and graduated in Advanced Islamic studies from Qum Seminary (1985-1998). His research interests include Islamic philosophy and theology, philosophy of religion and metaphysics.
While at the center, Mohammad will be working on the Muslim philosophers’ views about some of the most significant Divine attributes in order to explicate, formulate and examine them in the light of current debates of contemporary analytic philosophers of religion. Mohammad believes that the Muslim philosophers' ideas in these fields could be more or less interesting for contemporary western philosophers and any attempt to bridge the gap between these two areas would be fruitful and productive for both of them. He iintends to investigate (with the aforementioned approach) three main attributes, namely, Divine Necessity, Divine Knowledge and Divine Power.