I am a Ph.D. candidate in computer science at The Graduate Center, CUNY. My adviser is Professor Delaram Kahrobaei. I am also the student organizer for the Graduate Center Cryptography Student Seminar.
My research interests are in theoretical computer science, with a focus on cryptography and computational group theory, and well as computer networking/network security.
- J. Gryak, D. Kahrobaei, The Status Of Polycyclic Group-Based Cryptography: A Survey And Open Problems, Groups Complexity Cryptology, De Gruyter, Volume 8, Issue 2, 171--186 (2016)
Preprints and Submitted Articles
- J. Gryak, D. Kahrobaei, C. Martinez-Perez, On The Conjugacy Problem In Certain Metabelian Groups, Submitted (preprint).
Works in Progress
- J. Gryak, D. Kahrobaei, Machine Learning Approaches to Solving Algorithmic Problems in Group Theory I, Work in Progress
- J. Gryak, D. Kahrobaei, Machine Learning Approaches to Solving Algorithmic Problems in Group Theory II, Work in Progress