I am a PhD student in Computer Science Department at
Western University and a research assistant in ORCCA where my
research is focused on high-performance scientific computing under supervision
Marc Moreno Maza.
I am in charge of design, implementation and optimization of low-level algorithms
over Algebraic Extensions. This includes developing rigorously tested
programs integrated into the BPAS library which provides fast
and optimized symbolic operations for both univariate and multivariate polynomial systems on
modern computer architectures.
- Design and Analysis of Parallel Algorithms
- Parallel Programming to Scientific Computing
- Software Development for Symbolic Computation
- Computational Algebra (Algebraic Extensions/Finite Fields)
My master thesis is a study of Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) over the integers, centered on Lattice-based cryptography (2014-2016).
Prior to attending graduate school, I studied applications of Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) in the Internet Protocols as my B.Sc. thesis (2010-2014).
I have been teaching assistant for following courses:
- Object-Oriented Design and Analysis (Fall'18 UWO)
- Computer Science Fundamentals II (Winter'17, Fall'17 UWO)
- Public-Key Cryptography (Winter'16, Fall'15 IUT)
- Programming with SAGE and Maple (Fall'15, Fall'14 IUT)
- Probability and Statistics with R (Fall'13, Winter'12 IUT)
Department of Computer Science
Middlesex College, Room 327
Western University, Canada N6A 5B7