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latest update: 05/03/2017

IOTA/ME confirms their resume

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- Birth: 1991

- Gender: M

- Residence: Mashhad, Iran

- Email: majid.bahrami.nasr@gmail.com

- Nationality: Iranian

- 2016 (May-October): Research assistant at IPM school of physics (high energy faction).incollaboration with Dr. Yasaman Farzan and Dr. Pouya Bakhti.

- 2013 - 2016 (January the 11th): M.Sc. degree, Gravity and Cosmology, Shahid Beheshti

University (SBU), Tehran, Iran

Thesis title: “Bias Factor and Crossing Statistics of Anisotropic and Non-Gaussian Random Field and its Application to Cosmic Random Field"

Supervisor: Associate Prof. Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Movahed

GPA: 18.17/20 ranking: 1st

Average of the faculty: 15.22/20

- 2008-2013: B.Sc. degree in Physics, Sharif University of Technology (SUT)

GPA: 16.91/20

GPA of Last 2 years: 17.98/20

Average of the faculty: 15.34/20

- 2007: Diploma in Physics and Mathematics, Allame Tabatabaee High School

GPA: 19.58/20

- Astronomy and Astrophysics

- Theoretical and Observational Cosmology

- Computational Physics

- Data modeling and observational constraint on theoretical models

- PouyaBakhti, YasamanFarzan, “Constraining secret gauge interactions of neutrinos by meson decays”,

ariXv:1702.04187[hep-ph]

- FatemehMontazeri, SeyedJavadJafarzadeh, Maji Bahrami Nasr.“Habitability in binary stars planets with focus on LEBM model”, Seventh International Workshop on Occultation and Eclipse, Shahr-e-Kord, Iran (8-10 March 2017)

- Fatemeh Montazeri, Seyed Javad Jafarzadeh, Maji Bahrami Nasr. “Habitability in binary stars planets with focus on LEBM model”, JSPS Core-to-Core Program "Planet2" Symposium 2017 February 20-23, 2017, Citadelle de VillefranchesurMer, France (20-23 February 2017)

- Majid Bahrami Nasr, AlirezaVafaei Sadr, Seyed Mohammad SadeghMovahed, “Crossing

statistics of anisotropic non-Gaussian stochastic fields"

Poster presentation in 8th conference of Statistical physics, Soft matter and Complex systems, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran: Dec 2015

- Majid Bahrami Nasr, AlirezaVafaei Sadr, Seyed Mohammad SadeghMovahed, “Computing

2D and 3D anisotrop bias factor"

Presentation and talk for National Conference of Gravitation and Cosmology, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran: Jun 2015

- Majid Bahrami Nasr, Seyed Mohammad SadeghMovahed, “computing bias factor using

topological statistics"

Poster presentation in seventh conference of Statistical physics, Soft matter and Complex

systems, Zanjan University, Zanjan, Iran: Dec 2014

- “2D and 3D anisotropic bias factor", National Conference of Gravitation and Cosmology, Sharif

University of Technology, Tehran, Iran: Jun 2015

- “Non-ideal fluid in cosmology", Sharif University and Shahid Beheshti University Cosmology

- F. Montazeri Najafabadi, S. J. Jafarzadeh, M. Bahrami Nasr, “Habitability in Different Climate Models“, JOE 3

- Cosmology with viscous fluid, in collaboration with Professor Sohrab Rahvar

- A very short introduction to Parallel Programming With CUDA. (course: Computational physics

instructor:Associate Prof. Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Movahed)

- Review on Ergodic Theory From Algebratic Point of View. (course:Advanced statistical mechanics instructor:Associate Prof. Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Movahed)

- Review on Statistical Methods in Large Scale Structure. (course: Data Analysis in Astronomy

and Cosmology instructor: Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Movahed)

- Review on Cosmological Arrow of Time . (course: Foundation of Theoretical Physics. instructor:

Akbar Fahmi)

- Review on Collapse of Wave Function .(course: philosophical foundation of Quantum Mechanics.

Instructor: Professor Mehdi Golshani)

- Review on Learing algorithm in neural networks. (course: introduction to electronics for

physicist. instructor: Ahmad Amjadi)

- Review on How variable speed of Light model (VSL) solves the cosmological problems. (course:

introduction to cosmology instructor: Professor Sohrab Rahvar)

- Investigating the possibility of localizing of wave in 1D lattice of springs and marbles.(Course:

Analytical Mechanics II. instructor: Sohrab Rahvar)

- Simulating Many body system with r1 2 force. (Course: Analytical Mechanics I. instructor:

Sohrab Rahvar)

- Observational Reports of Comets in Muslim Countries. (Course:History of science instructor:JafarAghayaniChavoshi)

- National Conference of Gravity and Cosmology, ShahidBeheshtiUniversity,Iran ,2016

- 8th conference of Statistical physics, Soft matter and Complex systems, Isfahan University,

Isfahan, Iran, 2015

- Advanced International Summer School on Astrophysics, Iniversity of Tabriz,Iran , 2015

- AstroTwinCoLo, Twinning Program between the University of Antioquia (Colombia) and the

Leiden Observatory (Netherlands), 1- Computational Astrophysics., 2015.( Online recorded version on YouTube

- AstroTwinCoLo, 2014 - Introduction to Gravitational Lensing, 2015.( Online recorded version

on YouTube)

- National Conference of Gravity and Cosmology, Sharif University, Iran, 2015

- IPM School and Workshop on galaxies (II),Iran ,2014

- Seventh conference on statistical physics, Soft matter and complex systems, Zanjan University, Iran, 2014

- School of Cosmology and Gravity, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran, 2014

- IPM School and Workshop on galaxies (I),Iran, 2014

- The 30th Jerusalem Winter School in Theoretical Physics, Early Galaxy Formation in LCDM

Cosmology, Israel, 2014. (Online recorded version on YouTube -7 talks out of 23 talks have

been audited)

- IPM One-Day Meeting on early universe, Iran, 2014

- National Conference of Gravity and Cosmology, Tehran University,Iran ,2014

- IPM One-Day Meeting on Recent Developments In Particle Dark Matter,Iran ,2014

- Shahid Beheshti University - Gravity, Cosmology and Astrophysics group’s weekly Seminars.

(2013 - 2015)

- Sharif University - Cosmology Group’s weekly Seminars.(2013-present, some of them)

- National Conference of Gravity and Cosmology, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran ,2013

- Perimeter Institute Recorded Seminars (2012 - present, those which were useful and interesting

to me)

- Sharif University’s Colloquiums (2008-2013, most of them ; 2013-peresent, some of them)

- General Relativity and Gravitation II: 17/20 (instructor: Professor Nematollah Riazi, textbook:

Introducing Einstein’s Relativity - Ray D’Inverno and some review papers)

- General Relativity and Gravitation I: 17/20 (instructor: Professor Professor Nematollah Riazi,

textbook: Introducing Einstein’s Relativity - Ray D’Inverno)

- Advanced Cosmology: 18/20 (instructor: Professor Nematollah Riazi textbook: Physical Foundations of Cosmology - ViatcheslavMukhanov)

- Data Analysis in Astronomy and Cosmology: 20/20 (instructor: Associate Prof. Seyed Mohammad SadeghMovahed)

- Introduction to Cosmology: 19/20 (instructor: Professor SohrabRahvar - textbook: Introduction to Cosmology, Barbara Ryden)

- Special Relativity: 18.5/20 (instructor: Associate Prof. Amir Esmaeil Mosaffa - textbook:

Introduction to Special Relativity, Wolfgang Rindler)

- Computational Physics: 20/20 (instructor: Associate Prof. Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Movahed)

- Introduction to Programing (C++), (textbook:C++ How to Program by Deitel and Deitel),

20/20

- Introduction to Astronomy, 2013 - Duke University

- Galaxies and Cosmology, 2013 - Caltech

- The Evolving Universe - Caltech

- Exploration in cosmology, Matthew Johnson - Perimeter Institute

- Advanced Topics in Cosmology minicourse, Mukhanov, 2007- Perimeter Institute

- Theoretical Minimum - Core Courses, Set of lectures from Classical Mechanics to General Relativity and Cosmology by Leonard Susskind - Sranford University

- Parallel Computing using OpenMP - Intel, Tim Mattson, (first 6 Modules)

- LPIC-1(Linux Professional Institute Certification) - first level

- High Performance Scientific Computing - University of Washington

- Numerical Methods for (Astro) Physics, Based on materials provided by: Michael Zingale - Stony

Brook University (In progress)

- Python for Scientific Computing a weekly graduate seminar on techniques for scientific programming, Based on materials provided by: Michael Zingale - Stony Brook University. (In progress)

- N-Body simulation Based on Moving Stars Around - Piet Hut & Jun Makino

- Astrophysics, Based on Astrophysics for Physicists - Arnab Rai Choudhuri

- Working as Research assistant in IPM – school of physics (high energy faction),working with Prof. YasmanFarzan

- Computational Physics (Graduate Course).Teaching Assistance, Associate Prof. Seyed Mohammad SadeghMovahed, ShahidBeheshti University, Fall 2015

- Good at FORTRAN, C/C++, Python

- Familiar with Vim Editor commands and Gitversion control

- Familiar with Bash-Shell Scripting

- Familiar with GNU/Linux(LPIC-1 level)

- Familiar with MATLAB programing

- Mathematica (symbolic calculation)

- Some experience with R and Gnuplotand L ATEX and tensor calculation with Maple

- Some experience with AMUSE (the Astrophysical Multipurpose Software Environment) Code, GADGET-2 code, Smoothed-Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) and FLASH Code a Hydrodynamics Code with Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR)

- Persian (Native)

- English (Fluent)

- Dr. Yasaman Farzan

Professor of Physics, IPM school of physics

- Dr. PouyaBakhti

Post doc student , IPM school of physics

- Dr. Nematollah Riazi

Professor of Physics, Shahid Beheshti University, Department of Science, Physics

- Dr. Seyed Mohammd Sadegh Movahed

Associate Professor of Physics, Shahid Beheshti University, Department of Science, Physics

- Dr. Mehdi Golshani

Professor of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Department of Physics

- Dr. Sohrab Rahvar

Professor of physics, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technol- ogy

- Dr.AmirEsmaeil Mosaffa

Resident Researcher of IPM , School of Physics

- Dr.Ahmad Amjadi

Assistant Professor of physics, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology

- Dr.Jafar Aghayani Chavoshi

Assistant Professor of philosophy of science, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology

- Dr. Akbar Fahmi

Visitor researcher at IPM

- Alireza Vafaei Sadr

PhD. student in Shahid Beheshti University, Department of Science, Physics

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