I was a Ph.D. student under advisory of
Dr. Rasool Jalili in the Data and Network Security Laboratory (DNSL)
from Sep. 2009, and earned my Ph.D. in Computer Engineering in Feb. 2016. My dissertation title was “Management of Uncertainty in Computational Trust.”
Uncertainty in Probabilistic Trust Models, The 1st ISC (Iranian Society of Cryptology) Workshop on Computational Trust, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran, Dec. 14, 2011.
Trust in the Virtual World, ISC (Iranian Society of Cryptology) Monthly Seminar, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Oct. 24, 2011. (Slides in English; 1.6MB) [Slideshare]
Logic Programming and Prolog, Student Lecture, Programming Languages Design Course (Instructor: Dr. Marjan Sirjani), Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, Fall 2005. (Slides in English; 773KB) [Slideshare]
I wrote my dissertation in LaTeX (XeLatex+XePersian), and highly encourage you to give it a try... You'll love it... More info on the پارسی لاتک (ParsiLaTeX) web site.
I'm a Debian GNU/Linux/KDE user. Because of maturity, usability, stability, good software support, and being free as in freedom, +ultimate support for Persian!
I strongly advise all researchers to use a reference manager. I have tried JabRef and Mendeley, but Zotero is my choice. I store not only my references but
also ebooks and web pages in Zotero. In addition, you may use Zotero Scholar Citations add-on to automatically lookup
and store the number of citations besides each paper from Google Scholar in Zotero.