

Teaching Fall 2017 at GC, PhD Course
Teaching Fall 2016 at GC, PhD Course
Teaching Fall 2014 at GC, PhD Course 
Teaching Fall 2013 at NYU Graduate Course Modern Cryptography
Teaching Fall 2016 at NYU Graduate Course Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Teaching 2017, 2018 at NYU Graduate Course Foundations of Computer Science 
Dr. Delaram Kahrobaei is a Full Professor at the City University of New York. She has a joint appointment at CUNY Graduate Center in the PhD Program in Computer Science as well as the M.S. Program in Data Science and at NYCCT (CUNY) in the Mathematics Department. Besides her position at CUNY, she is also an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at the New York University as well as the President/cofounder of a university startup Infoshield, Inc.
Her main research area is PostQuantum Algebraic Cryptography, Information Security, Data Science, Computational/Algorithmic Group Theory. Her research has been partially supported by grants ($1.160 M) from the Office of Naval Research (ONR, $900K), American Association of Advancement in Sciences (AAAS), National Science Foundation (NSF), National Security Agency (NSA), Research Foundation of CUNY (RF), City Tech Foundation, London Mathematical Society, Edinburgh Mathematical Society, Swiss National Foundation, Institut Henri Poincare, Association for Women in Mathematics (AMM). She has 50 publications in prestigious journals and conference proceedings including 4 edited books in AMS (3) and De Gruyter (1), since 2004 when she obtained her PhD. During her PhD studies, she was a member of New York Group Theory cooperative as well as Center for Algorithmic and Scientific Software both founded by her PhD advisor Gilbert Baumslag.
Her educational effort had been partially supported by grants from NASA and NSF ($400K). Delaram is the director of CLAC, Center for Logic, Algebra and Computation. She is in the Advisory Committee for the newly created CUNY Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Kahrobaei is a member of faculty advisory board of the Data Science @CUNY. She is the founder of New York Women in Mathematics and Computing Network and received NSF grant ($230K) to support such activities.
She was previously an Assistant Professor in Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, at Scotland’s prestigious University of St Andrews and a member of Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Computational Algebra (20042006). She was a visiting Professor in Sorbonne University Paris 6, University of Toronto, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (IHES, Paris), University of Geneva, New York University, Institut Henri Poincare (Paris), University of Politecnica Catalunya (Barcelona). She has given 180 invited talks in international and national conferences and seminars.
 Kahrobaei will be a visiting Professor at IHP, Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, as part of RIP program, January, June, July 2018.
 Kahrobaei was a visiting Professor at IHP, Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, for the trimester Analysis in Quantum Information Theory, September 19October 2 & November 1427, 2017.
 Delaram was a visiting Professor at the Université Sorbonne in the Quantum Information and PolSys labs of LIP6, in January, June, July 2017.
 Kahrobaei is an invited Speaker at the AsianAustralian Algebra Conference, Sydney, January 2019
 Kahrobaei will give a 4hour minicourse postquantum cryptography, University of Nice, France, August 2429, 2018.
 Delaram will be one of the invited speakers at the Defense and Intelligence Research Forum, Research Foundation of the City University of New York, 2018.
 Kahrobaei will give an invited distinguished lecture at the Computational Foundry, in University of Swansea, Wales, March 5, 2018
 Kahrobaei will speak at the Fields Institute Industrial Optimization Seminar, Toronto, Canada, 2018.
 Delaram will give a joint Algebra Seminar and Computer Science Seminar at University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2018
 Kahrobaei will give a talk at ALGO Seminar, University of Caen, Normandie, Department of Computer Science, France, March 6, 2018.
 Kahrobaei will give a joint seminar at University of Porto, Semigroups Automata Languages Seminar as well as Computational Mathematics Seminar, Porto Portugal, January 8, 9, 2018.
 Delaram will give a talk in Politecnico di Milano, Italy, March 8, 2018.
 Delaram Will give a Tutte Colloquium at Combinatorics and Optimization Department, University of Waterloo, Canada, February 9, 2018.
 Kahrobaei will give an invited seminar talk at Department of Computing and Software, McMaster University, Canada, February 12, 2018.
 Delaram will give a talk at University Politecnica Catalunia, Barcelona, November 17, 2018.
 Kahrobaei will give one of the Helen Barton Lecture Series in Computational Mathematics at University of North Carolina, October 20, 2017.
 Delaram was an invited speaker at spamhaus Salon, Courant Institute, New York University, September 13, 2017.
 She was an invited speaker at the PolSys Seminar, in University of Sorbonne, Paris 6, July 13, 2017.
 She was one of the invited speakers of the MealyM Conference in University Diderot, Paris 7, July 12, 2017.
 She was an invited participant in the International Center for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh Scotland, “Braids in Algebra, Geometry, Topology”, May 2226, 2017.
 Delaram was an invited speaker at NASA Goddard Information Science and Technology Colloquium which is hosted by the Goddard Chief Information Officer, on May 17, 2017.
 Kahrobaei was invited speaker at the Distinguished Speakers Women in Computer Science Seminar Series at Oxford University, UK, Department of Computer Science, on October 11, 2016.
 She was the plenary speaker at the Computability in Europe 2016 Conference (CiE) in Paris on June 2016.
 She was one of the plenary speaker at the Women in Computability Workshop in Paris on June 2016.
 She was one of the invited speakers at IHP, Institut Henri Poincare, during the trimester on Nexus of Information and Computation Theories, Paris, winter 2016.
Kahrobaei has organized over 38 conferences both internationally and nationally. She will be coorganizing the following conferences in 2017, 2018:  ISSAC 2018, 43rd International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, City University of New York, July 1619, 2018. (Local arrangement committee with V. Pan, A. Ovchinikov)
 WAHC'186th Workshop on Encrypted Computing and Applied Homomorphic Cryptography, Toronto, Canada, Program Committee, October 19, 2018.
 ICMS 2018, International Congress Mathematical Software, Special Session on Postquantum Cryptography, Notre Dame, July 2428, 2018. (with V. Shpilrain)
 An American Mathematical Society Special Session on Interactions between Algebra, Machine Learning, Data Privacy, October 2021, 2018, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, (with J. Gryak, K. Horan, K. Najarian, R. Soroushmehr, A. Wood)
 An American Mathematical Society Special Session on Algorithmic Group Theory and Applications, Northeastern University, Boston, April 2122, 2018 (with A. Tortora)
 The Defense and Intelligence Research Forum, Research Foundation of the City University of New York, April 20, 2018 (with J. Brumberg, A. Ovchinikov, J. Tsapogas)
 MAD 2017, 9th Manhattan Algebra Day, CUNY Graduate Center, December 8, 2017 (with Kharlampovich, Miasnikov, Shpilrain, Ushakov)
 A special session on Computations with Groups and Applications as part of the Mathematical Congress of Americas in Montreal, Canada, with Inna Bumagin, July 2428, 2017.
 A special session on Cryptography and Information Theory at the Computability in Europe 2017 (CiE) in Turko, Finland, with Helger Lipmaa, June 1216, 2017.
 AMS special session on Infinite Permutation Groups, Totally Disconnected Locally Compact Groups, and Geometric Group Theory, Hunter College, New York, with Simon Smith, May 67, 2017.
 New York Multidisciplinary Symposium on Security and Privacy, New York University, with Quanyan Zhu, February 25, 2017.
Here are Kahrobaei’s past and current PhD students and postdocs at CUNY Graduate Center:  Maggie Habeeb [Ph.D. Mathematics, 2012, (duration 2 years), Currently Tenured Associate Professor, California University in Pennsylvania, Department of Mathematics]
 Bobby Koupparis [Ph.D. Mathematics, 2012, (duration 2 years) Currently Director, Financial Resource Management, US Royal Bank of Canada Capital Markets]
 Ha T. Lam [Ph.D. Mathematics 2014, (duration 2 years) Postdoc at CUNY Graduate Center, then CTO at Infoshield, Inc., then Postdoc at Ericsson, Currently Security Engineer at Oblong Industries in LA]
 Bren Cavallo [Ph.D. in Mathematics 2015, (duration 3 years) former Senior Data Scientist at AdTherent in SoHo, New York, Currently Data Scientist at M Science LLC New York City]
 Jonathan Gryak [Ph.D. in Computer Science 2017, (duration 3 years), CUNY Graduate Center, Senior Research Supervisor,University of Michigan, Computational Medicine Department]
 Matluba Khodjaeva [Ph.D. in Computer Science 2017, duration 1 year, CUNY Graduate Center, currently Tenure Track Assistant Professor, City University of New York, John Jay College, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science]
 Alexander Wood [Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science, current, Since 2015, expected graduation June 2018, CUNY Graduate Center, Intern (summer 2017) then research scientist (starting Fall 2017) then postdoctoral fellow (starting summer 2018) at University of Michigan, Computational Medicine Department]
 Kelsey Horan [Ph.D. in Computer Science, current, Since 2015, CUNY Graduate Center, visiting research scientist at University of Michigan, Computational Medicine Department 8/20162/2017, Intern at University of Sorbonne, LIP6 Paris Summer 2017, GC Provost Spotlight, Visiting Scientist at Institut Henri Poincare, Paris January 2018]
 Jordi Delgado [Visiting PhD student in Mathematics from Barcelona, CUNY Graduate Center, Summer and Fall 2015, currently postdoctoral fellow at University of Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain]
 Armin Weiss [Postdoc in Computer Science, summer 2015, CUNY Graduate Center, currently researcher at Stuttgart University, Germany, Department of Computer Science]
 Alexey Gribov [Postdoc in Computer Science, 2015January 2017, CUNY Graduate Center, currently Scientist at Symbiont, a New Yorkbased startup applying blockchain technology to finance]
Kahrobaei is coorganizing the following conferences and seminars at the CUNY Graduate Center:
 Delaram Kahrobaei ©2018 Email: dkahrobaei@gc.cuny.edu dk2572@nyu.edu Tel: +33 7 72 00 02 64 (Paris) +1 212 817 8205 (Manhattan) Web Page: https://sites.google.com/a/nyu.edu/delaramkahrobaei/ Address: PhD Program in Computer Science (Office 4410), CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016, USA 

Kelsey Horan 
Bobby Koupparis 
Jonathan Gryak

Maggie Habeeb 
Matluba Khodjaeva 
Ha Lam 
Bren Cavallo

Alexander Wood 
Vladimir Shpilrain 
Armin Weiss

Gilbert Baumslag 
Alexey Gribov 
Jordi Delgado

Conchita MartinezPerez
 

