Ali Miramirkhani

Ali Miramirkhani

Research Assistant

Isfahan University

Biography

Ali Miramirkhani /æl’i miræmi:‘rxani/ (written as علی میرامیرخانی in Persian) is a graduate student at the University of Isfahan in Computer Engineering Department. His research is mainly focused on Distributed System with specific focus on Blockchain-based Technologies, and is also interested in associated research topics, such as Cryptography Protocols, Artificial Intelligence and Applied Machine learning in Cybersecurity. He is currently a research assistance and a master student who study Blockchain applications and architecture under the supervision of Dr. M. Mahdavi in Information Security Lab of University of Isfahan.

Interests

  • Distributed System
  • Blockchain Technology
  • Applied Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence

Education

  • MEng in Computer and Information Systems Security, present

    Isfahan University

  • BEng in Computer Engineering, 2020

    Isfahan University

Skills

Python

Image Processing

GNU-Linux

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Research Assistant

University of Isfahan

Dec 2019 – Present Isfahan, Iran

Advisor: Dr. Ahmad R. Naghsh-Nilchi

  • Refining two-dimensional grayscale raw angiographic X-ray images dataset to provide an open source standard database
  • Produce noise-free, labeled congestion grade, enhanced and segmented coronary arteries map database
 
 
 
 
 

Internship

Payam Pardaz Co

May 2018 – Aug 2018 Isfahan, Iran

Advisor: Mr. Hassani

  • Developing automated End-to-End (E2E) test for a commercial angular web app
  • Using protractorJS framework along with Jasmine testing framework in JavaScript language

Honors and Awards

Honored student in Computer Engineering Department

Ranked third among students of Computer Engineering - software engineering group in University of Isfahan.

Ranked within the top 5%

Ranked within the top five percent in National University Entrance Exam of Iran

Honored Student for high school diploma

Ranked 1st in high school, diploma in mathematics and physics (GPA: 4.00)

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