University of California, Irvine
School of Information and Computer Science
Ph.D. in Software Engineering, 2016-Present


Sharif University of Technology
Computer Engineering department
BSc in Software Engineering, 2011-2016,


Software Engineering; particularly, leveraging program analysis techniques to develop tools for improving the quality of software systems in the domain of software architecture, software security, and mobile applications.

Research Interests

Software Engineering with a focus on software analysis and testing, software security, Software Architecture, and Software Evolution

Research Experience

Research Assistant
University of California, Irvine
Graduate Research Assistant at Software Engineering and Analysis Laboratory (SEAL), under the supervision of Dr. Sam Malek
  • Darcy: Detection and Repair of Architectural Inconsistencies in Java
  • LetterBomb: Automatic Generation of Inter-Component Communication Exploits for Android Applications
  • Terminator: A Temporal Permission Analysis and Enforcement Framework for Android
  • Fall 2016 - present

    Research Assistant
    Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics (IPM)
  • Multi-Cloud TCPN: Modeling and Evaluation of Service Composition in Com- mercial Multi-Clouds using Timed Colored Petri Nets
  • Jun 2015-Jul 2016

    Work Experience

    Morgan Stanley, New York, NY
    Software Engineering Intern
  • Designing and developing dynamic and static optimization methods in a framework for distributed and parallelized graph based calculations in Scala.
  • Jun-Sep 2019

    Pishtazan Andishe Pouya, Tehran, Iran
    Software Engineering Intern
  • Produced design and analysis models for software information systems and web applications.
  • Researched different design pattern solutions and reported the best possible way to implement the appropriate options in software systems.
  • Jan-Jul 2016

    VADA Future Communications,Tehran, Iran
    Software Developer
  • Developed several Android mobile applications.
  • Designed, developed, and maintained Django/AngularJS web applications.
  • Explored options for backend servers of mobile and web applications through research and development,
  • Jan-Dec 2013


    Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
    University of California, Irvine
    5029 Donald Bren Hall
    Irvine, CA 92697-3440

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