Rohollah Alesheykh

Master of Computer Engineering

Intelligent Systems Laboratory

Computer Engineering Faculty
  Amirkabir University of Technology

(Tehran Polytechnic)

Tehran, Iran.

Home phone: +98 21 88943288
Office phone: +98 21 2293682

E-mail: alesheykh@yahoo.com

  [ Education ] [ Research Interests ] [ Publications ] [ Teaching Experience ] [ Job Experience ] [ Awards and Honors ] [ Interesting Links ] [My CV]

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Education

·         2002-2004:

o        Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic)- Tehran, Iran

§         M.Sc., Computer Engineering (Software)

§         GPA: 16.88 out of 20.00 (3.56 out of 4)

§         Rank in the Department: 3rd (cumulative 2 years)

§         Thesis Title: "An effective rule selection approach in active database systems"  (Homepage of MSc. Thesis)

§         Thesis Grade: 19.60 out of 20 (4 out of 4)

§         Supervisor: Dr. Ahmad Abdollahzadeh Barforoush

·         1997-2002:

o        Ferdowsi University of Mashhad- Mashhad, Iran.

§         B.Sc., Computer Engineering (Software)

§         GPA: 16.18 out of 20 (3.23 out of 4)

§         Rank in the Department: 5th (cumulative 5 years)

§         Thesis Title: "Designing a platform for overhead computation in Real-Time System"

§         Thesis Grade: 19 out of 20 (4 out of 4)

§         Supervisor: Dr. Mahmoud Naghibzadeh

·         1993-1997:

o        Nemone Ayandesazan high school (National high school of talented student), Mashhad, Iran.

§         10+2, Mathematics and Physics Discipline

§         GPA: 18.56 out of 20

Awards and Honors

·         Ranked 3rd among M.Sc. Computer Engineering Students of the Department (cumulative, 2 years), 2004

·         Winner the Annual Iranian Presidential Award (Shoraie-Ali-e-Enghelab-e-Farhangi) for my M.Sc. thesis (Two M.Sc. projects were selected from over 1000 projects), 2003

·         Ranked 55th  among more than 8000 B.Sc. participants, Nationwide Graduate University Entrance Exam for Master of Software Engineering, 2002

·         Ranked 5th in GPA among B.Sc. Computer Engineering Students (cumulative, 4.5 years), 2002

·         Ranked 1st in GPA among Students during 10+2 (National high school of talented students), 1997

Research Interests

  • Active & Intelligent Database Systems
  • Learning Techniques
  • Multi-agent Systems
  • Pervasive computing
  • Software Engineering

Publications

Books

1.      Rohollah Alesheykh, M. Sargolzaei, A. Hadavi, "Rahian-Arshad", Azadeh Publishing, ISBN: 964-8020-50-7, 2003, Tehran, Iran. (In Persian)

(Useful for M.Sc. computer engineering entrance test preparation http://www.rahian-arshad.com/)

2.      Rohollah Alesheykh, "Design and Implementation fundamentals of Compilers", Azarbad Publication, Tehran, Iran, 2007.Under publishment. (In Persian)

3.      Rohollah Alesheykh, Hossein Shirazi, "Security fundamentals in Computer Systems",      Malek-Ashtar University of Technology Press, Tehran, Iran, 2007. Under publishment. (In Persian)

Journal Paper

1.      Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Abdollahzadeh, "Evaluation Methodology for Rule Scheduling in Active Database Systems", Transactions On Engineering, Computing And Technology, Volume 1, December 2004, pp. 27-31, ISSN:1305-5313. Available on http://www.enformatika.org/ijit/v1/v1-3-34.pdf.

(Also accepted for presentation at: International Conference on Computational Intelligence (ICCI’04), December 2004, Istanbul, Turkey).

Conference Papers

1.      A. Rasoolzadegan, Rohollah Alesheykh and A. Abdollahzadeh, "Measuring Evaluation Parameters in Benchmarking Rule Scheduling Methods in Active Database Systems", Proceedings of the IEEE  International Conference on Computer and Communication Engineering (ICCCE'06) , pp. 225-230, May 9-11, 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

2.      A. Rasoolzadegan, Rohollah Alesheykh and A. Abdollahzadeh, "A new approach for event triggering probability estimation in active database systems to improve rule scheduling", Proceedings of the 2nd IEEE International Conference On Information & Communication Technologies: From Theory To Applications (ICTTA’06), pp. 2920-2925, April 24-28, 2006, Damascus, Syria. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?isnumber=35471&arnumber=1684878&count=302&index=175.

3.      A. Rasoolzadegan, Rohollah Alesheykh and A. Abdollahzadeh, "A novel rule scheduling method in active database systems using rule probability estimation", Proceedings of the 11­th International Annual Computer Conference of Computer Society of Iran (CSICC’06)*, pp. 647-654, January 24-26, 2006, Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics (IPM), Tehran, Iran. (In Persian)

4.      Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Abdollahzadeh, "Evaluation of Shortest Job First approach for Rule Scheduling in Active Database Systems", Proceedings of the 9th IASTED International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Soft Computing (ASC’05), September 12-14, 2005, Benidorm, Spain. ISBN: 0-88986-536-1. Available on http://www.actapress.com/Abstract.aspx?paperId=21836.

5.      Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Abdollahzadeh, "Evaluation and Comparison of Rule Scheduling Approaches in Active Database Systems", Proceedings of the 2nd IASTED international Multi-Conference on Automation, Control, and Information Technology (ACIT’05), June 20-24, 2005, Novosibrisk, Russia. ISBN: 0-88986-504-3. Available on http://www.actapress.com/Abstract.aspx?paperId=20148.

6.       Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Abdollahzadeh, "A New Rule Scheduling approach for Active Database Systems", Proceedings of the 10­th International Annual Computer Conference of Computer Society of Iran (CSICC’05), 15-17 February 2005, Tehran, Iran. (In Persian)

7.      Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Abdollahzadeh, "Evaluation Methodology for Rule Scheduling in Active Database Systems", Proceedings of the International Conferecne on Computational Intelligence (ICCI’04), ISBN: 975-98458-1-4, December 2004, IstanbulTurkey.

8.      Rohollah Alesheykh, "Resolving the bottleneck problem of Deterministic Scheduling in Javelin++", in Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computer Communication (ICCC'04), September 15-17, 2004, Beijing, China.

9.      Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Abdollahzadeh, "Design and Implementation of Ex-Javelin++ based on contractor agents", Proceedings of the 9th International Annual Computer Conference of Computer Society of Iran (CSICC’04), February 17-19, 2004, Tehran, Iran. (In Persian)

10.  Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Hadavi, R. Jalili, "Foreign Countries attitudes to Open-Source technology: Survey and Comparison", Proceedings of 1st Operating System and Security Conference (OSSC’3), pp. 7-17, Sharif University of Technology, January 2003, Tehran, Iran. (In Persian)

11.  Rohollah Alesheykh, A. Hadavi, R. Jalili, "Operating system security: Concepts, Done researches and Novel attitudes", Proceedings of 1st Operating System and Security Conference (OSSC’3), pp. 82-93, Sharif University of Technology, January 2003, Tehran, Iran. (In Persian)

12.  Rohollah Alesheykh, "Studying Manager Agent Role in Multi-Agent Systems", Proceedings of the of 2nd National Computer  Conference (NCC’03), December 2003, Mashhad, Iran. (In Persian)

13.  Rohollah Alesheykh, H.H. Shahri, M.K. Sohraby, M. Sargolzaei, "Design and Implementation of concurrency control simulation environment", Proceedings of the 2nd National Computer Conference (NCC’03), December 2003, Mashhad, Iran. (In Persian)

14.  M. Naghibzadeh, A. Noroozi, Rohollah Alesheykh, P. Teymoori, M. F. Mashhour roudi, "Designing a platform for overhead computation in Real-Time Systems", Proceedings of the 8th International Annual Computer Conference of Computer Society of Iran (CSICC’03), February 25-27, 2003, Mashhad, Iran. (In Persian)

15.  A. Noroozi, Rohollah Alesheykh, "Computation of EDF scheduling algorithm Overhead in Real-Time Systems", Proceedings of the 1st National Computer Conference (NCC’02), December 2002, Mashhad, Iran. (In Persian)

* The CSICC is the most important national conference on computer science in IRAN. It holds annually and professors and students from abroad and inside participate there.

Teaching Experience

·         Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

o        Algorithms Design, Spring 2007

o        Compiler Design and Implementation Principles, Spring 2007

o        Computer Networks Design Principles, Fall 2006

·         University of Applied Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran

o        Business Programming (Delphi Programming), Fall 2006, Spring 2007

o        System Analysis and Design (SSADM, UML, RUP), Fall 2006

o        Database Systems, Fall 2006

o        Computer Networks Design Principles, Fall 2005

o        Algorithms Design, Fall 2004

o        Programming in Machine Language and Assembly, Fall 2003

o        Information Store and Retrievals, Fall 2003

o        Computer Fundamentals and Programming in Pascal, Fall 2003

o        Advanced Programming in C++, Fall 2003

·         Azad University*, Shahriar Branch, Tehran, Iran

o        Algorithms Design, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006

o        Compiler Design and Implementation Principles, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006

o        Computer Fundamentals and Programming in Pascal, Spring 2006

o        Advanced Programming in C++, Fall 2006

·         Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

o        Teacher Assistant for Advanced Databases course in M.Sc., Spring 2003

·         Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran

o        Teacher Assistant for Computer Fundamentals and Programming in Pascal in B.Sc.,  Fall 2000

o        Teacher Assistant for Advanced Programming in C++ in B.Sc.,  Spring 2000

* Azad Universities are one of the two top and well-known universities in Iran which have some abroad branches e.g. Azad University at Oxford

Job Experience

·         Information Security Research Center (ISRC), Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

o        Senior Researcher (2004-Now)

o        Researcher and Project Manager, "Research Trends Analysis in Computer Systems Security Area"

o        Researcher, "An effective methodology for securing Database Management Systems: Oracle and SQL-SERVER"

·         Sharif Network Security Center (SNSC), Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

o        Researcher (2002-2004), "Analysis and examination of Secure Operating System"

·         System Analyst and Developer: Delphi, C++ Builder, Visual Basic.  (2000-2002)

Technical Skills: Microsoft Windows family, Microsoft Visual Studio .Net (Web and Windows Applications), Microsoft SQL-SERVER, Microsoft Office, Linux, Open Office, Borland C++ Builder, Borland Delphi, SSADM, Prolog.

Interesting Links 

·         Publications for Keyword "active database systems"

·         DBTG Research and Projects

·         Active Database

·         Active Database Systems related links

·         Active Databases lecture

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Last modified on: July 26 2007