Aideen NasiriShargh
 
Master
[2009 - 2012 (exp)]
Artificial Intelligence Student at Computer Eng Dept of Sharif University of Tech, Tehran, Iran.
Bachelor
[2004 - 2009]
Software Engineer Student at Computer Eng Dept of Sharif University of Tech, Tehran, Iran.
College Prep
[2003 - 2004]
Preparation courses for IOI 2004 (Intl. Olympiad in Informatics), Young Scholars Club, Tehran, Iran.
High School
[2000 - 2003]
Diploma in Mathematics & Physics, Shahid Soltani High School (a branch of NODET), Karaj, Iran.
Middle School
[1997 - 2000]
Shahid Soltani Middle School (a branch of NODET), Karaj, Iran.
Elementary Schl.
[1992 - 1997]
  • 3rd till 5th Year [1994 - 1997]:
    Adl school, Dehkadeh, Karaj, Iran.
  • Second Year [1993 - 1994]:
    Sattarkhan school, Tehran, Iran.
  • First Year [1992 - 1993]:
    Hazrat Ebrahim sch., Tehran, Iran.
Nov. 2009
Sibilization Team
Saeed, Me, Hessam.
Tehran, Nov 2009.
2nd Place in 11th Regional Contest of ACM ICPC in Asia region, Tehran site, as a member of Sibilization team with Hessameddin Akhlaghpour and SaeedReza Seddighin, Tehran, Iran. As a result, we advanced to the 34th World Finals competition in February 2010 in Harbin, China.
 
Jun. 2009 Ranked 9th in the First step of 14th Iran National University Students' Olympiad in Computer Engineering, Tehran, Iran.
 
May. 2009 Ranked 16th in Artifical Intelligence and 9th in Software Engineering field of nationwide M.Sc. entrance exam among more than 11000 participants.
 
Apr. 2009
AnacondaTigers of SUT Team
Nima, Me, Saeed.
Stockholm, Apr 2009.
14th place in 33rd ACM ICPC World Finals Competition as a member of AnacondaTigers Of SUT team with Nima Ahmadi Pour Anari and SaeedReza Seddighin, Stockholm, Sweden.
 
Dec. 2008
AnacondaTigers of SUT Team
Nima, Saeed, Me.
Tehran, Dec 2008.
1st Place in 10th Regional Contest of ACM ICPC in Asia region, Tehran site, as a member of Anaconda Tigers of SUT team with Nima Ahmadi Pour Anari and SaeedReza Seddighin, Tehran, Iran. As a result we advanced to the 33rd World Finals competition in April 2009 in Stockholm, Sweden.
 
Feb. 2008 Ranked 12th in Artifical Intelligence and 20th in Software Engineering field of nationwide M.Sc. entrance exam among more than 10000 participants.
 
Dec. 2007
Vj3 Team
Sepideh, Me, Hossein.
Tehran, Dec 2007.
2nd Place in 9th Regional Contest of ACM ICPC in Asia region, Tehran site, as a member of Vj3 team with Hossein Kaffash Bokharaei and Sepideh Mahabadi, Tehran, Iran.
 
Dec. 2006
Vj13 Team (2006)
Me, Hossein, Alborz.
Tehran, Dec 2006.
4th Place in 8th Regional Contest of ACM ICPC in Asia Region, Tehran site, as a member of Vj13 team with Hossein Kaffash Bokharaei and Alborz Mazloomian, Tehran site.
 
Nov. 2005
VJ13 Team (2005)
Me (head only!), Hossein (left hand only!), Alborz.
Tehran, Nov 2005.
5th Place in 7th Regional Contest of ACM ICPC in Asia region, Tehran site, as a member of VJ13 team with Hossein Kaffash Bokharaei and Alborz Mazloomian, Tehran site.
 
Sep. 2004
IOI 2004
Me, Hossein, Alborz (3 silvers), Shayan (Gold).
Athens, Sep 2004.
International Silver medal in 16th International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), Athena, Greece.
 
Sep. 2003
INOI-82 (2003)
Pooya H., Reza N., Hossein A, Me.
Hamedan, Apr 2004.
National Gold medal in 13th INOI (Iran National Olympiad in Informatics), Young Scholars Club, Tehran, Iran.
 
Sep. 2002
INOI-81 (2002)
Me, Amin, Shayan, Morteza, Ali, Mohammad.
Tehran, Jul 2002.
National Silver medal in 12th INOI (Iran National Olympiad in Informatics), Young Scholars Club, Tehran, Iran.
 
Feb. 2000 1st rank in Provincial Mathematics Olympiad for the students of 3rd year of middle school, Tehran environs region, Karaj, Iran.
 
Jan. 1999 2nd rank in Provincial Mathematics Olympiad for the students of 2nd year of middle school, Tehran environs region, Karaj, Iran.
 
Feb. 1998
Grade 6
Me, Milad, Mehrad, Hamed.
Karaj, Sep 1997.
1st rank in Provincial Mathematics Olympiad for the students of 1st year of middle school, Tehran environs region, Karaj, Iran.
Spring 2009 - 1 Courses
» [ Dr. Safari | www ] [DA] Design and Analysis of Algorithms:
      Head TA, Exercise designer and grader. Problem definer and MidTerm grader.

Fall 2009 - 1 Courses
» [ Dr. Safari | www ] [WP] Web Programming:
      Head TA, Exercise designer and grader.

Spring 2008 - 3 Courses
» [ Prof. Ghodsi | www ] [DA] Design and Analysis of Algorithms:
      Head TA, Exercise designer.
» [ Mr. Halavati | www ] [AI] An Intro. to Artificial Intelligence:
      Exercise designer and grader.
» [ Mr. Mousavi | www ] [C++] Introduction to Programming:
      Head TA, Exercise designer and grader.

Fall 2007 - 1 Courses
» [ Mr. Mousavi | www ] [C++] Introduction to Programming:
      Head TA, Problem Solving Classes, Exercise designer and grader.

Spring 2007 - 2 Courses
» [ Prof. Ghodsi | www ] [DA] Design and Analysis of Algorithms:
      Head TA, Problem designer of exams, grader of MidTerm sheets.
» [ Mr. Halavati | www ] [AI] An Intro. to Artificial Intelligence:
      Exercise definer, Exercise grader, Problem designer of exams.

Spring 2006 - 1 Courses
» [ Mr. Hajaboutalebi | www ] [C++] Introduction to Programming:
      Head TA of Exercise graders.

Fall 2005 - 1 Courses
» [ Mr. Hajaboutalebi | www ] [C++] Introduction to Programming:
      Exercise grader.
Head of Summer Camp (in YSC) - Summer 2006 and Summer 2007 and Summer 2008

Scheduling, coordinating, reporting, being responsible of trainging sessions (and exams) of top 30 students of nationwide olympiad exam and almost 15 teachers for 9 weeks (each summer), for 3 consecutive years.

Along with that, grading codes and sheets, attending programming classes and instructing either Data Structures, Design and Analysis of Algorithms or Programming (C++) had been some other activities of mine in these camps.

Stats: 9 weeks (5 days each) and 3-4 classes of 2 hours every day, 30 students of age 15; plus near 10 coding (programming) examinations and near 30 on-paper exams, each summer. Managing all these for three consecutive summers.


Head Instructor of Programming Course (in YSC) - Summer 2008 and Summer 2009

Instructing programming from the very first to top 30 students of National Olympiad in Informatics in summer camp. Although the reference book of the classes was famous Kernighan and Ritchie, but I used my own style of teaching -- Starting from computer architecture and machine language, then focus on C, and finally C++ facilities including STL.

Stats in Average: 12 sessions of 1.5 hours each, 30 students of age 15.

PS. I have decided to publish my lectures and notes in these classes as a Persian book. This task is already added in my long-term TO-DO list.


Head Instructor of Data Structures and Algorithms (in YSC) - Summer and Winter 2006

Instructing algorithms and data structs from the very first to top 30 students of National Olympiad in Informatics in summer camp. The course was based on CLRS text-book and Professor Ghodsi's lectures (in Persian).

Stats in Average: 8 sessions of 1.5 hours each, 30 students of age 15.

PS. I have decided to publish my lectures and notes in these classes as a Persian book. This task is already added in my long-term TO-DO list.


ACM ICPC instructing and training - Summer 2007, Summer 2009

Instructing how to prepare a successful team, by working on technical issues, including required basic algorithms, coding facilites and strategies of ACM ICPC competition to some selected students of


Stats in Average: 5-8 sessions of 2-3 hours each, 6-12 students.


Programming From One - Summer 2007

Instructing how to write standard and pretty codes, specially in C++ and using STL. The classes were held in Computer Engineering Department of Sharif University. The co-instructor of the classes was my dear friend, Mohammad Mahini.

Stats: 6 sessions of 2 hours each, 15-20 students.


Simple Webbing - Spring 2007, Spring 2008

Instructing web design issues in Computer Engineering Department of Sharif University, to undergraduate students. Topics included HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL up to designing a web-application like Phormer and PsycHo.

I held the same class one year after the first series, in Spring 2008 but this time in compact classes of 3 hours each instead of 1.5 hours. One poster of the classes is available at here.

Stats: 10 sessions of 1.5 hours each, 2 groups of 25 students each in Spring 2007.