Symbolic Computation Group

David Cheriton School of Computer Science

I got my PhD in mathematics from Western University under joint supervision of Nicole Lemire (department of mathematics, Western University) and Éric Schost (department of computer science, University
of Waterloo) in Aug 2017. For the last two years of my PhD studies, I was a visiting PhD student in department of computer science at University of Waterloo. I was also a visiting PhD student at Fields institute (University of Toronto) in Fall 2015.

Contact: David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1

Canada

Office: DC2302B

email:

armin<dot>jamshidpey<at>uwaterloo<dot>ca

Armin Jamshidpey
Office: DC2302B

email:

armin<dot>jamshidpey<at>uwaterloo<dot>ca

Teaching:

Algorithms (CS341), Summer 2019, Department of Computer Science, University of Waterloo

Data Structures and Data Management (CS240), Summer 2018, Department of Computer Science, University of Waterloo

Calculus (Calc1000), Fall 2016, Department of Mathematics, Western University

Algorithms (CS341), Summer 2019, Department of Computer Science, University of Waterloo

Data Structures and Data Management (CS240), Summer 2018, Department of Computer Science, University of Waterloo

Calculus (Calc1000), Fall 2016, Department of Mathematics, Western University

Calculus, Fall 2016,

Department of Mathematics, Western University

Teaching Assistant, May 2013- Aug 2016

Department of Mathematics, Western University

Past events:

I have (jointly with Mark Giesbrecht and Éric Schost) organized a minisymposium "Computational Aspects of Finite Groups and Their Representations", in SIAM AG19, 9-13 July 2019, Bern,
Switzerland.

Publications:

M. Giesbrecht, A. Jamshidpey, E. Schost, Quadratic Probabilistic Algorithms for Normal Bases, 2019 (*to appear: International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC'19),*).

A. Jamshidpey, N. Lemire, E. Schost, Algebraic Construction of Quasi-split Algebraic Tori, 2019 (*to appear: Journal of Algebra and Its Applications*).

Algebraic Tori: A Computational Approach, 2017, Ph.D. Thesis, Western University.

Currently I am a Post-doc in department of computer science at University of Waterloo. I work under supervision of Mark Giesbrecht, David Jao, Michele Mosca and Éric Schost.

Research:

Computer Algebra

Post-Quantum Cryptography