I am a second year PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University. I received my BSc degree from
Sharif University of Technology in Iran in 2011.
My research advisor is Prof. Margaret Martonosi at the Department of Computer Science. I am part of the Martonosi Research Group, where I work on quantum computer architectures and compilers.
I am interested in finding ways to correctly estimate and efficiently optimize resource requirements in quantum computers, specifically from the point of view of how quantum algorithms get expressed in computer programs and how they are translated into machine code. I work in collaboration with teams from academia and industry to explore these questions in a whole toolchain of quantum computer synthesis.
You can find my resumé here.
- Javadi-Abhari et al.
"Scaffold: Quantum Programming Language," Princeton University Technical Report, June 2012. [pdf]
Awards and Honors
- Princeton University first year PhD fellowship (September 2011 - June 2012)
- Offered direct admission to the M.Sc. program as an outstanding undergraduate student, Sharif University of Technology (December 2010)
- Ranked 10th in the National University Entrance Exam, Iran (June 2007)
- Computer Architecture and Organization
- Computer Architecture (Project: Dynamic Branch Prediction Analysis [pdf][ppt])
- Software Engineering for Scientific Computing (Project: Parallelized Boosting Algorithm Implementation [pdf][ppt])
- Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering: Trustworthy Computing (Project: Trustworthy Memory Controller [pdf])
- Great Moments in Computing: Computer Science Seminar
- Introduction to Quantum Computing
- Image Processing (Project: Watermarking [pdf][ppt])
- Interaction with Data (Project: GPS Data Mining [pdf])
- Linear Systems Theory
Department of Electrical Engineering
Princeton, NJ 08540
Tel: (609) 436-0436
Email: ajavadia [at] princeton [dot] edu
Last Modified: December 2012