My name is Shayan Hosseini, natively written as شایان حسینی.
I’m a Computer Science MSc student at the University of British Columbia, working under the supervision of Prof. Ivan Beschastnikh. I completed my Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering at the ECE Department of the University of Tehran.
From 2015 to 2020, I was working at Cafebazaar, the most popular Android application store in Iran, with more than 35 million users. During these years, I served as a Software Engineer, Product Manager, Technical Lead, and Software Engineering Manager. One of my main contributions was building a distributed object storage and a content delivery network. Moreover, I was one of the co-founders of Hezardastan Cloud Services, which is a subsidiary of Cafebazaar that provides public cloud services to other companies.
I have an extensive background in algorithms, combinatorics, and graph theory. In high school, I won silver medal in the Iranian National Olympiad in Informatics. I later achieved the 2nd place in Tehran ACM ICPC Regional Contest twice in 2016, 2017. Also, I got 56th place in ACM ICPC World Finals 2017.
The broader research area I focus on is distributed systems. In the summer of 2019, I worked as a research intern at Max Planck Institute for Informatic, working on the fault-tolerant routing problem, supervised by Prof. Christoph Lenzen.
- Distributed Systems
- Computer Systems and Networks
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Software Engineering
- Unix-based operating systems and related stuff
You can find my CV here.