Iden Kalemaj

PhD student
Boston University
Email: ikalemaj "at" bu "dot" edu
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About me

I am a graduate student working under the supervision of Dr. Sofya Raskhodnikova at the Department of Computer Science, Boston University. My research is in the field of algorithms, with particular interest in sublinear-time algorithms, property testing, and fairness. I finished my undergraduate studies at Princeton University in 2018 with a major in Mathematics.


My most recent CV can be found here -- last updated in November, 2020.


Dean's Fellowship. Boston University. 2019-2020.
Davis United World College Scholar. 2014-2018.


 (from my experience in industry):



Fall 2020. Teaching assistant, CS237 Probability in Computing.
Spring 2020. Grader, CS332 Theory of Computation.


I am co-organizing the Algorithms and Theory Seminar at Boston University during Spring and Fall 2020.


2019 STOC , Phoenix, AZ, attended with a grant from TCS Women
2018 WAM: Foundations of Modern Cryptography, IAS, NJ, attended with a grant from Women and Mathematics