Email: mmirzane{at}tulane{dot}edu

309B Stanley Thomas Building,

Tulane University, New Orleans, US.

I am Majid Mirzanezhad, a Ph.D. candidate at Tulane University, Department of Computer Science. My main research area lies in Computational Geometry, Algorithms and Data Structure. More specifically, I am working on geometric data structures for uncertain curves and graph simplification. My adviser is Dr. Carola Wenk.

Research Interests: Computational Geometry - Geographic Information system (GIS) - Algorithm and Data Structure -Theoretical Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence.

Journals and Conferences Reviews:

Algorithmica - Symposium on Computational Geometry’20 (SoCG) - Journal of Computational Geometry'19 (JoCG) - Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry’19 (CCCG) - European Symposium on Algorithms’19 (ESA) - GeoInformatica Journal - Journal of Spatial Information Science (JOSIS) - Iranian Conference on Computational Geometry (ICCG) - Journal of Information Processing Letters (IPL) - Journal of ACM Transaction on Spatial Algorithms and Systems (TSAS) - Symposium on Computational Geometry’18 (SoCG) - European Symposium on Algorithms’18 (ESA) - European Workshop on Computational Geometry’18 (EWCG) - ACM SIGSPATIAL’18 - ACM SIGSPATIAL’17 - SIAM: Algorithm Engineering and Experiments’17 (ALENEX)

Publications:

  1. M. Kerkhof, I. Kostitsyna, M. Loffler, M. Mirzanezhad and C. Wenk. "Global Curve Simplification'', European Symposium on Algorithms (ESA), 144:1–14, Munich, Germany, 2019.
  2. J. Gudmundsson, M . Mirzanezhad, A. Mohades, C. Wenk. "Fast Frechet Distance Between Curves with Long Edges", Intl. J. Computational Geometry & Applications, 29(2):161–187, 2019.
  3. "On Optimal Min-# Curve Simplification" (M. van de Kerkhof, I. Kostitsyna, M. Löffler, M. Mirzanezhad, C. Wenk), 28th Annual Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry, 4 pages, Queens College, Queens, NY, 2018.
  4. J. Gudmundsson, M . Mirzanezhad, A. Mohades, C. Wenk. "Fast Frechet Distance Between Curves with Long Edges". The Best Paper Award at International Workshop of Interactive and Spatial Computing (IWISC'18) pages 52-28. (https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.10521)
  5. M. Mirzanezhad "Staying Close to a Graph With Minimal Walk is Hard", In preparation.