I am a PhD student at University of Delaware working under supervision of Professor Guang R. Gao and Professor Stéphane Zuckerman. I started the PhD program on Fall 2013 and I have worked on memory models and fine-grain resource management for extreme-scale since then.
Before starting the PhD. program at university of Delaware, I earned my B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering at University of Isfahan in my home city Isfahan, Iran. After graduation, I started teaching Digital Electronics, Digital Design and Computer Systems Architecture at Safahn University and University of Isfahan where I developed the course curriculum and monitored progress of more than 150 undergraduate students. In addition to that, and in collaboration with friends from my graduating class, I started Pouyana, a tech startup that focused on CCTV monitoring systems and network infrastructures. After four years of professional experience in Computer Science, I decided to pursue my graduate studies in Computer Engineering to improve my academic knowledge of this field.
Building on my background in Electronics and Computer Engineering, I am currently expanding my knowledge in areas of Memory models and fine-grain resource management for extreme-scale. More information on my areas of research and academic interests can be found on my CV.