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aa72fd5191ef92fdb6b44abcfb57db3ac1492ecc — Amin Bandali 11 months ago 2f9abbf
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% Fonts
\usepackage{graphicx}
\usepackage{fontspec}
\setmainfont[Scale=0.95,SmallCapsFont={Equity Caps A},RawFeature=+c2sc]{Equity Text A}
\setsansfont[SmallCapsFont={Concourse C4}]{Concourse T4}
\setmonofont[Scale=0.9]{Triplicate T4c}
\newfontfamily{\tallnums}[RawFeature={+ss02}]{Equity Text A}
\newfontfamily{\largersans}[Scale=1.05,SmallCapsFont={Concourse C4}]{Concourse T4}
\newcommand{\amper}{{\fontspec[Scale=.9]{Equity Text A}\selectfont\itshape\&}}
\usepackage[cmintegrals,cmbraces]{newtxmath}
\usepackage{ebgaramond-maths}
\usepackage[sf]{libertine}
\usepackage[scale=0.87]{inconsolata}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\newcommand{\amper}{{\selectfont\itshape\&}}

\newcommand{\tla}{TLA${}^+$}



@@ 60,8 59,8 @@
\pagestyle{fancy}
\fancyhf{}% to clear existing header/footer
\renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
\cfoot{\vspace*{-.25em}\textsc{Bandali CV --- page \thepage \xspace of
    \pageref*{LastPage}}}
\cfoot{\vspace*{-.25em}\textsc{bandali cv --- page
    \thepage \xspace of \pageref*{LastPage}}}

% Custom section fonts
\usepackage{sectsty}


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\section*{Publications}

\begin{itemize}
\item {\large \tallnums MoDRE 2018}
\item {\large MoDRE 2018}

  \begin{itemize}
  \item {\largersans A Comparison of the Declarative Modelling
    Languages B, Dash, and \tla}
    \textsf{\footnotesize
      (\href{https://bandali.eu.org/papers/modre2018-declarative.pdf}{pdf},
      \href{https://bandali.eu.org/papers/modre2018-declarative.bib}{bib})}
  \item \textsf{A Comparison of the Declarative Modelling Languages B,
    Dash, and \tla} \textsf{\footnotesize
    (\href{https://bandali.eu.org/papers/modre2018-declarative.pdf}{pdf},
    \href{https://bandali.eu.org/papers/modre2018-declarative.bib}{bib})}

    Ali Abbassi, Amin Bandali, Nancy A. Day, and Jose Serna\\
    \textit{2018 IEEE 8th International Model-Driven Requirements


@@ 186,6 184,8 @@
    Introduction to Computing, taught by Dr. Brown.
  \end{itemize}

  \pagebreak

\item {\large Software Engineering Lab, } York University\, |\, {\small summer
  2017}



@@ 196,7 196,7 @@
    \href{https://bertrandmeyer.com/2014/12/07/lampsort/}{\textit{Lampsort}} in
    Eiffel. I also extended the
    \href{https://svn.eecs.yorku.ca/repos/sel-open/mathmodels/}{\texttt{mathmodels}}
    library, implementing a \textsc{RATIONAL} class for working with arbitrarily
    library, implementing a \textsc{rational} class for working with arbitrarily
    large rational numbers.
  \end{itemize}



@@ 212,7 212,7 @@

    From the Literate Unit-B codebase (written in Haskell), I decoupled the
    logic module and used it to build \textit{Unit-B Web}, a web interface using
    Literate Unit-B to do predicate calculus proofs. \linebreak Unit-B Web, also
    Literate Unit-B to do predicate calculus proofs.  Unit-B Web, also
    written in Haskell, supports the \LaTeX\ syntax of the Unit-B logic, renders
    user input on the page, and calls the sequent prover of the logic module,
    which uses the \textsc{z3 smt} solver to check the validity of user input.


@@ 226,22 226,22 @@
\section*{Conference Presentations}

\begin{itemize}
\item {\large \tallnums CUCSC 2017}
\item {\large CUCSC 2017}

  \begin{itemize}
  \item {\largersans The Magic of Specifications and Type Systems}
  \item \textsf{The Magic of Specifications and Type Systems}
    (\href{https://bandali.eu.org/talks/cucsc-2017-slides.pdf}{slides}),
    at Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference, University of
    Toronto, Canada, Jun 15--17 2017.
    at Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference, University
    of Toronto, Canada, Jun 15--17 2017.
  \end{itemize}

\item {\large \tallnums Lassonde USSR Conference 2017}
\item {\large Lassonde USSR Conference 2017}

  \begin{itemize}
  \item {\largersans The Magic of Specifications and Type Systems}
  \item \textsf{The Magic of Specifications and Type Systems}
    (\href{https://bandali.eu.org/talks/eecs4080-poster.pdf}{poster}),
    at Lassonde Undergraduate Summer Student Research Conference, York University,
    Toronto, Canada, August 15, 2017.
    at Lassonde Undergraduate Summer Student Research Conference, York
    University, Toronto, Canada, August 15, 2017.
  \end{itemize}

\end{itemize}


@@ 282,7 282,7 @@

\begin{itemize}

\item {\large EmacsConf 2019, } \href{https://emacsconf.org/2019}{emacsconf.org/2019}\, |\,
\item {\large EmacsConf 2019, } \href{https://emacsconf.org/2019}{\texttt{emacsconf.org/2019}}\, |\,
  {\small fall 2019}

  \textit{Organizer}


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  \textit{Systems Committee}

  \begin{itemize}
  \item I'm a member of the Systems Committee (syscom) for the
    Computer Science Club of the University of Waterloo, which
    operates and maintains the club's fleet of GNU/Linux servers.
  \item I'm a member of the CSC syscom at the University of Waterloo,
    operating and maintaining the club's fleet of GNU/Linux servers.
  \end{itemize}
  \vspace{.25em}

\item {\large EmacsConf 2015, } \href{https://emacsconf.org/2015}{emacsconf.org/2015}\, |\,
\item {\large EmacsConf 2015, } \href{https://emacsconf.org/2015}{\texttt{emacsconf.org/2015}}\, |\,
  {\small summer 2015}

  \textit{Organizer}


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\begin{itemize}
\item \textit{george-mode:} Emacs major mode for editing George
  files.\\ Source code available at
  \href{https://git.sr.ht/~bandali/george-mode}{https://git.sr.ht/\textasciitilde{}bandali/george-mode}
  \href{https://git.sr.ht/~bandali/george-mode}{\texttt{https://git.sr.ht/\textasciitilde{}bandali/george-mode}}
\item \textit{alloy-catalyst:} Framework for performance analysis of
  Alloy models.\\ Source code available at
  \href{https://git.uwaterloo.ca/bandali/alloy-catalyst}{https://git.uwaterloo.ca/bandali/alloy-catalyst}
  \href{https://git.uwaterloo.ca/bandali/alloy-catalyst}{\texttt{https://git.uwaterloo.ca/bandali/alloy-catalyst}}
\item \textit{Unit-B Web:} The web interface for Unit-B, as mentioned in the
  \textit{Research Experience} section.\\
  Source code available at
  \href{https://github.com/unitb/unitb-web}{https://github.com/unitb/unitb-web}
  \href{https://github.com/unitb/unitb-web}{\texttt{https://github.com/unitb/unitb-web}}

\item \textit{tex2png-hs:} A tool for easily converting \TeX\ and \LaTeX\ to
  \textsc{PNG} images. \texttt{tex2png-hs} is a Haskell port of Xyne's
  \textsc{png} images. \texttt{tex2png-hs} is a Haskell port of Xyne's
  \texttt{tex2png} tool. It is a wrapper around \texttt{latex} and
  \texttt{dvipng} and provides several options for modifying its behaviour, such
  as cropping the whitespace around the content, specifying the \textsc{DPI}, or
  inputting a full document.
  as cropping the whitespace around the content, specifying the \textsc{dpi}, or
  inputting a full document.\\
  Source code available at
  \href{https://github.com/unitb/tex2png-hs}{https://github.com/unitb/tex2png-hs}
  \href{https://github.com/unitb/tex2png-hs}{\texttt{https://github.com/unitb/tex2png-hs}}

\item For more projects, visit my personal site at
  \href{https://bandali.eu.org}{https://bandali.eu.org}.
  \href{https://bandali.eu.org}{\texttt{https://bandali.eu.org}}.
\end{itemize}

\section*{Miscellaneous}


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  Guile, Eiffel, Rust, C\#, Java, JavaScript.
\item \textit{Tools:} Emacs, Git, Alloy, \tla, \LaTeX, CI
  systems, Rodin, Liquid Haskell.
\item \textit{Platforms:} GNU/Linux distros including but not limited
  to GNU Guix, Trisquel, Parabola, Debian.
\item \textit{Platforms:} GNU/Linux distributions including GNU Guix,
  Trisquel, Parabola, Debian.
\item \textit{Languages:} Persian (mother tongue), English (fluent), French
  (beginner).
\end{itemize}