Sergey Abrahamyan, PhD

Adjunct Lecturer

Sergey Abrahamyan is of 9+ years experienced researcher at the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems. His research interests include cryptography, coding theory, number theory, finite fields theory, and cybersecurity.

Higher Education

2012, PhD in Mathematics

National Academy of Sciences of RA

2007, Master in Informatics and Applied Mathematics

Yerevan State University

2003, Bachelor of Mathematics

Yerevan State University

Courses taught:

  • Coding Theory
  • Cryptography


  1. 2020 S. Abrahamyan, A. Zakaryan. A Solution for Preventing the Rogue Certificate Attack. Mathematical Problems of Computer Science, volume 53, 2020 pages 49-56.
  2. 2019 G. Khachatrian, S. Abrahamyan. Towards Secure and Efficient “white-box" Encryption. Journal of Universal Computer Science, volume 25, number 8, 2019, pages 868-886.
  3. 2015 S. Abrahamyan, M. Kyureghyan. New Recursive Construction of normal polynomials over Finite Fields. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Finite Fields and Their Applications, Magdeburg, Germany, 2013, Contemporary Mathematics 632, pages 1-10, 2015.

Office location: 335W/PAB

Office hours: Friday- 13:45-15:45