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Amin Mohammadi

Graduate Student

Graduate Research Assistant


Joined department: Fall 2019


I am a Ph.D. student in School of Computing at the Purdue University. I am honored to be supervised by Professor Jeremiah Blocki. I am mainly interested in security game in computer networks, approximation algorithm. Before coming here, I have graduated from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Iran, with M.Sc. and B.Sc. degree in Communication System in 2016 and 2013, respectively.

Before joining the University of Utah, I did research in the Game Theory & Mechanism Design (GTMD) lab, supervised by Dr. Mohammad Hossein Manshaei. My previous work in GTMD lab mainly concerned with security and game theoretic approach in deception modeling and cooperation mechanism in the IOT environment.

I have teaching assistance experiences in Advanced Algorithm at University of Utah, Combinatorial Analysis, Combinatorial Game Theory, Multi-agent Systems, Cryptography, Convex Optimization, and Fundamental of combinatorics at Isfahan University of Technology (IUT). Please check here for more details.

For a complete CV, please view this page, or visit my LinkedIn page. I would be glad to answer your questions; contact me through my personal or professional email.

Apart from academia, I've been doing some freelancering photography. My main interest in portrait photography. You can check out my photography website here.

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