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Reza Mohammady in Farewell Baghdad
20 September 1982|
|Residence||Arlington, Virginia, U.S.|
Reza Mohammady received 1st rank of Khwarizmi International Award in 1999, for developing STYX game engine (game technology/concept creating interactive environments by manually marking up of a pre-recorded video footage), also 2nd place in 2000 for SemiLive Anatomy (Utilizing STYX engine to develop a human/animal anatomy software using a real video footage), and 3rd place in 1997 for Visual F(X) (Simple mathematical software to visualize up to 4th degree equations).
In 2008, he became an official member of Iran's National Elites Foundation.
- List of 1999 Khwarizmi Award Winners
- Reza Mohammady's interview with Aljazeera English as a computer specialist on STUXNET attack
- ISNA news articles about Farewell Baghdad
- Interview with Washington Post
- JCNET's report on Mohammady's involvement in Jason Rezaian's incident
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