I am Shahrzad Haddadan, an Assistant Professor in the school of Management Sciences and Information Systems at Rutgers Business School.  

I obtained a PhD degree in Computer Science from Dartmouth College privileged to be supervised by Peter Winkler. After that and before joining Rutgers, I was a postdoctoral researcher at la Sapinza, a guest researcher at Max-Planck Institut fur Informatik, and a postdoctoral researcher at Brown University. 

Office hours: Monday: 10:30-12:00 pm or by appointment. 

Office: Room 5142,  100 Rockafeller Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854.

Curriculum Vitae  (updated Nov 2022)

Please email me at:  s.mylastname@rutgers.edu

Research Interests:

My research program concentrates on the mathematical modeling of challenging situations arising in the analysis of big data in discrete domains; the goal of such mathematical modeling is the development of rigorous algorithms in complex situations.   I pursue this agenda in the following directions. 

(1) The Markov chain Monte Carlo method. 

(2) Algorithm design for online social networks; including algorithm design for graph mining and social issues.




Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms: Fall 2022, Spring 2023

Data Mining: Spring 2023