Camelia Karimianpour


  • Research Interests



    My areas of research primarily falls into two categories: representation theory of reductive groups over p-adic fields, and representation theory of Chevalley groups over finite rings. I am also interested in applications of algebraic structures in cryptography. You can see my elaborated research statement here.








    1. Irreducibility points and K-type distribution of the principal series representations of n-fold covers of SL(2) over p-adic fields. In preparation.
    2. Branching rules for n-fold covering groups of SL(2) over a non-Archimedean local field, sumbitted, 2015, arXive
    3. Minimal degree of faithful representations of chevalley groups over quotient rings of non-Archimedean local fields. (with Mohammad Bardestani, Keivan Mallahi-Karai, and Hadi Salmasian.), to appear in Groups, Geometry, and Dynamics, 2015, arXive
    4. NTRU over rings beyond Z (with Monica Nevins and Ali Miri.), Des. Codes Cryptogr. 2010.
    5. Lattice-based Cryptography. Master's Thesis. 2008.

Contact Info


Camelia Karimianpour, Ph.D.

Department of Mathematics

and Statistics

585 King Edward Ave.

Ottawa, Ontario

Canada K1N 6N5


Phone: (613) 562-5800 ext. 3508

Office: KED 206