I am Shahrzad Haddadan, currently a postdoctoral researcher at Brown university, honored to be working under supervision of Professor Eli Upfal. Here, I am a part of the BIGDATA group in the CS department as well as the Data Science Initiative. I will be joining Rutgers MSIS as a tenure track faulty in Fall 2022.

Before Brown, I was a postdoctoral researcher at university of Rome, working under supervision of Professor Flavio Chierichetti; followed by a few months at the Max Planck institute of informatics as a guest researcher.

Please contact me through my email: (My first name).(my last name)@gmail.com. Office @ Brown: DSI 329; Zoom ID: s.haddadan.

(1) The Markov Chain Monte Carlo method, Analyses of algorithms in non-i.i.d. regimes.

(2) Graph algorithms, Analyses of social issues in online networks.


I finished my PhD in theoretical Computer Science at Dartmouth College where I had the honor to work under the supervision of Professor Peter Winkler. My PhD thesis is titled "Algorithmic Problems Arising in Posets and Permutations". I received my Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.