I am a Ph.D. candidate at the INET research group at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany, working under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Schmid. I am also an associated researcher with PLAMADISO research group at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society.
Previously I was a researcher at the University of Vienna and completed research internships at IST Austria and CUHK Hong Kong. I got my B.Sc. from the Sharif University of Technology.
I am interested in algorithm design and analysis with applications in networks, distributed systems, and blockchains. My particular focus is on self-adjusting networks.
Self-adjusting Data Structures:
SeedTree: A Dynamically Optimal and Local Self-Adjusting Tree
Self-Adjusting Partially Ordered Lists
Efficient Software-defined Networking:
The Augmentation-Speed Tradeoff for Consistent Network Updates
Software-Defined Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces: From Theory to End-to-End Implementation
Probabilistic smart contracts: Secure randomness on the blockchain
Hybrid Mining: Exploiting Blockchain`s Computational Power for Distributed Problem Solving
Polynomial-Time Fence Insertion for Structured Programs
Algorithms for Networked Systems
TU Berlin, Germany, 2021-Now
Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Networks Seminar
TU Berlin, Germany, 2022-Now
TU Berlin, Germany, 2024-Now
Network Protocols and Architectures
TU Berlin, Germany, Winter 2021.
Data Structures and Algorithms,
Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 2016-2019
Algorithmic Game Theory
Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 2017-2019
Algorithms Design and Analysis
Sharif University of Technology, Iran, Fall 2017-2018
PODC (Junior PC), SIROCCO, ITU J-FET on Intelligent Surfaces