I completed my Ph.D. in Mathematics under the supervision Prof. Dr. Joachim Rosenthal at the University of Zurich, on June 2022. From October 2023 I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Applied Algebra and Information Theory group at University College Dublin (UCD), working in the team of Prof. Dr. Eimear Byrne, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation grant number 210966. Before I was part of the Mathematical Communication Theory group at TU Eindhoven, led by Prof. Dr. Alberto Ravagnani, My research interests include Algebraic Coding Theory, Finite Fields, Combinatorics, Finite Geometry.
Christof Beierle, Eimear Byrne, Martino Borello, Anina Gruica, Takanori Isobe, Karan Khathuria, Altan B. Kılıç, Stefan Kölbl, Gregor Leander, Julia Lieb, Fco. Javier Lobillo Borrero, Diego Napp, Alessandro Neri, Alberto Ravagnani, Veronica Requena, Joachim Rosenthal, Emina Soljanin, Simran Tinani, Antonia Wachter-Zeh, Violetta Weger, Ferdinando Zullo.
Spring 2022 | Student Seminar, MAT011 - Matroid Theory |
Fall 2021 | MAT005 - Coding Theory |
Fall 2020 | MAT576 - Finite Fields - Theory and Applications |
Spring 2020 | MAT512 - Elliptic Curves |
Fall 2019 | MAT001 - Kryptographie |
Spring 2019 | MAT005 - Coding theory |
Fall 2018 | MAT211 - Algebra I |
Spring 2018 | MAT512 - Elliptic Curves |
School of Mathematics and Statistics, University College Dublin (UCD).
Email: gianira.alfarano(at)ucd.ie