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  13. \noindent \LARGE{\textbf{Abrahim Ladha}} \\
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  17. \begin{center}
  18. \begin{tabular}{l l}
  19. Georgia Institute of Technology & \hspace{1in} \href{mailto:abrahimladha@gatech.edu}{abrahimladha@gatech.edu} \\
  20. Mathematics/Computer Science & \hspace{1in} Site: \href{https://ladha.me}{ladha.me} \\
  21. Matrix: \href{https://matrix.to/#/@abrahimladha:vgd.me}{@abrahimladha:vgd.me} & \hspace{1in} PGP: \Absender \\
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  24. \vspace{1em}
  25. \noindent \begin{tabular}{@{} l l}
  26. \Large{Education} & \textbf{Georgia Institute of Technology | Fall 2016 - Present} \\
  27. & B.S. in Mathematics expected Spring 2019 \\
  28. & Fields: Cryptography, Algorithms, Algebra, Combinatorics, and Logic \\
  29. & \\
  30. & \textbf{Armstrong State University | Fall 2014 - Spring 2016} \\
  31. & transferred to Georgia Tech after two years \\
  32. & \\
  33. & \textbf{H. V. Jenkins High School | Fall 2010 - Spring 2014} \\
  34. & AP Scholar with Distinction from the Engineering Academy \\
  35. & \\
  36. \Large{Research} & \textbf{Big Data and Quantum Mechanics | Fall 2018} \\
  37. & Trained under Dr. Medford to calculate absorption energies of physical \\
  38. & models with Quantum Expresso, on the PACE supercomputing cluster. \\
  39. & \href{http://www.vip.gatech.edu/teams/big-data-and-quantum-mechanics}{vip.gatech.edu/teams/big-data-and-quantum-mechanics} \\
  40. & \\
  41. & \textbf{Provable Security and Ethereum | Fall 2016} \\
  42. & Worked to implement Ethereum’s CASPER protocol as to fit \\
  43. & Miller’s Provable Security foundation. Final project for CS6260.\\
  44. & \textit{The Ethereum Scratch Off Puzzle} | \href{https://arxiv.org/abs/1612.04518}{arxiv.org/abs/1612.04518} \\
  45. & \\
  46. & \textbf{Secure Mulitparty Computation — Summer 2016} \\
  47. & Worked with Dr. Rasheed to implement a secure hamming distance \\
  48. & protocol as a comparator for a Private Set Intersection (PSI) Algorithm \\
  49. & \textit{Summary of Research} | \href{https://ladha.me/files/writeup.pdf}{ladha.me/files/writeup.pdf} \\
  50. & \\
  51. & \textbf{Topological Graph Theory | Spring 2016} \\
  52. & Worked with Dr. Lambert to find upper and lower bounds\\
  53. & For the crossing number of the Paley graph on 13 vertices \\
  54. & \\
  55. & \textbf{The N-Queens Problem | Summer 2014 - Spring 2015} \\
  56. & Worked with Dr. Brown to find classes of permutations and \\
  57. & algebraic properties of a variation of the traditional $n$-queens problem. \\
  58. & \textit{Exploring mod 2 n-queens games} |\href{http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.02875}{arxiv.org/abs/1510.02875} \\
  59. & \\
  60. \end{tabular}
  61. \newpage
  62. \noindent \begin{tabular}{@{} l l}
  63. \Large{Awards} & \textbf{ChemEcar 1st Place Nationals} \\
  64. & Pittsburg PA, Fall 2018 \\
  65. & \\
  66. & \textbf{ChemEcar 1st Place Southern Regionals} \\
  67. & Louisiana State University, Spring 2018 \\
  68. & \\
  69. & \textbf{Lancy C. Jen Shearhouse Scholarship} \\
  70. & Armstrong State University, 2016 \\
  71. & \\
  72. & \textbf{GA Power Research Scholar} \\
  73. & Armstrong State University, 2016 \\
  74. & \\
  75. & \textbf{Eagle Undergraduate Mathematics Conference 3rd Place} \\
  76. & Georgia Southern University, 2016 \\
  77. & \\
  78. & \textbf{ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition} \\
  79. & College of Charleston, 4th regionals, 2015 \\
  80. & \\
  81. & \textbf{Video Game Design State of Georgia} \\
  82. & 9th place 2012, 6th place 2013, 3rd place 2014 \\
  83. & \\
  84. \Large{Work} & \textbf{Teaching Assistant | Spring 2019 - Present} \\
  85. & Worked under Dr. Kolesnikov on 8803/4803 Blockchain \& Crypto \\
  86. & Responsibilities include creating and grading problem sets, exams, and projects \\
  87. & as well as office hours and student advisement on term papers. \\
  88. & \\
  89. & \textbf{Student Worker | Summer 2018 - Winter 2018} \\
  90. & I occupied the front desk in the Marcus nanotechnology building. \\
  91. & I did various odd tasks, ranging from data entry to moving furniture. \\
  92. & \\
  93. & \textbf{CEISMIC STEAM Camp Counselor | Summer 2013 - Summer 2016} \\
  94. & I taught mostly K-5 girl scouts basics of computers and programming \\
  95. & using tools such as Construct, Code.org, Blender and Unity3D. \\
  96. & \\
  97. &\textbf{Student Worker | Summer 2015 - Spring 2016} \\
  98. & I helped manage various CS Lab equipment, including desktops, \\
  99. & 3D printers, plotters, and haptic input devices. \\
  100. & \\
  101. & \textbf{Programming Competition coordinator | Spring 2016} \\
  102. & I organized meetings to help Armstrong’s programming team practice for \\
  103. & events, such as the ACM ICPC and regional programming competitions \\
  104. & \\
  105. & \textbf{ACM Student Chapter President | Fall 2015 - Spring 2016} \\
  106. & I oversaw the second largest organization on campus and helped plan \\
  107. & and manage several large events through out the year. \\
  108. & \\
  109. & \textbf{Technology Student Association President | Fall 2013 - Spring 2014} \\
  110. & I grew our organization from 12 people to 80. Our school was promoted \\
  111. & to nationals during my term for the first time since 1988.\\
  112. & \\
  113. \end{tabular}
  114. \newpage
  115. \noindent \begin{tabular}{@{} l l}
  116. \Large{Notable} & \textbf{Georgia Tech} \\
  117. \Large{Coursework} & CS \hskip 2.1em 6260 Applied Cryptography \\
  118. & CS \hskip 2.1em 4510 Automata and Complexity Theory \\
  119. & CS \hskip 2.1em 3510 Design and Analysis of Algorithms \\
  120. & MATH~ 4032 Combinatorial Analysis \\
  121. & MATH~ 4432 Algebraic Topology \\
  122. & MATH~ 4108 Abstract Algebra II \\
  123. & MATH~ 4803 Knot Theory \\
  124. & MATH~ 4431 Introduction to Topology \\
  125. & MATH~ 4150 Number Theory \\
  126. & MATH~ 4107 Abstract Algebra I \\
  127. & MATH~ 4317 Real Analysis I \\
  128. & MATH~ 4320 Complex Analysis \\
  129. & MATH~ 4441 Differential Geometry \\
  130. & MATH~ 4280 Information Theory \\
  131. & MATH~ 3406 Second Course in Linear Algebra \\
  132. & MATH~ 3235 Probability Theory \\
  133. & MATH~ 3012 Applied Combinatorics \\
  134. & ISYE~~~ 3833 Linear Programming \\
  135. & PHYS~~ 4782 Quantum Information and Quantum Computing \\
  136. & \\
  137. %diff geometry, 6260, algebra, analysis, complex, automata, quantum, number, information
  138. & \textbf{Armstrong} \\
  139. & CS \hskip 2.1em 5825~~ Artificial Intelligence \\
  140. & CS \hskip 2.1em 5700~~ Computer Security \\
  141. & CS \hskip 2.1em 3510~~ Theory of Computation \\
  142. & CS \hskip 2.1em 3330~~ Comparative Languages \\
  143. & MATH~ 5160~~ Number Theory \\
  144. & MATH~ 4900~~ Topological Graph Theory\\
  145. & MATH~ 4340~~ Graph Theory \\
  146. & MATH~ 4011~~ Real Analysis I \\
  147. & MATH~ 4022~~ Real Analysis II \\
  148. & MATH~ 3360~~ Modern Geometry\\
  149. & MATH~ 3110~~ Abstract Algebra\\
  150. & PHYS~~ 3200~~ Math Methods for Physicists \\
  151. & \\
  152. %graph thoery, analysis 1,2 computer security, ai number theory math methods
  153. \Large{Skills} & Fluent in C, Python, Go, and many other languages. \\
  154. \Large{and Hobbies} & I really enjoy most anything related to Linux, \LaTeX, Rubix cube puzzles, \\
  155. &and Yoyos. I also enjoy competitions such as the Putnam and Halite contests. \\
  156. & I keep my writings at \href{https://ladha.me/blog/}{ladha.me/blog}.
  157. \end{tabular}
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