My full name is Mohammadamin Karbasforushan.
I’m currently a CSE Ph.D. student at U.C. Santa Cruz, where under the advisement of Prof. Ioannis Demertzis, I study Applied Cryptography.
- Did a research internship at Max Planck Institute for Informatics, where I worked toward gathering Certificate Transparency Logs' data for further analysis;
- Was a data infrastructure engineer at CafeBazaar Cloud (now called Sotoon): our team provided the platform to transfer, store, and analyze big data at petabyte scale for multiple user-facing apps with 84M+ active users across Android, iOS, and web;
- Did a Data Engineering summer internship at Sahab Pardaz after the first year of my bachelor’s, where we deveolped a practice web search engine; And,
- Collaborated with Dr. Shahin Rouhani of Sharif University of Technology as a Machine Learning Engineer.
I’m originally from Tehran, Iran, where I got my bachelor’s degree in CS at Sharif University of Technology.
- Applied Cryptography: Searchable Encryption, ORAMs, etc.;
- Operating Systems: scheduling, security, kernels, firmwares, virtualization, containerization, etc.;
- Architecture: accelerators, hardware-software co-design, SoCs;
- File Systems and Storage: general-purpose or domain-specific;
- Distributed Computing: storage systems, cloud computing, scheduling, databases, application-specific accelerators (ex. distributed machine-learning), etc.
Generally speaking, I’m a systems engineer. I’m also interested in Computer Networks, Security, and combinations of this long list, like resource disaggregation.