a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) of Networking and Cyber Security in the
School of Engineering and Information Technology at Federation University
Australia. Previously, I was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in
the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Temple University.
My research mainly focuses on Cryptology, CPS Security, SCADA Security,
Network Security, and Multimedia Security. I am currently chairing the
computational intelligence society in IEEE Victorian Section. I was
formerly the Chair of professional and career activities for IEEE
completed my PhD in Applied Cryptography at Griffith University, and my PhD
topic was on an exploratory topic about the confidentiality problem of 3D
content in mixed realities. I completed my postgraduate studies (with
Honors) in Telecommunication Engineering in the field of Applied
Cryptography, and also completed my undergraduate studies (with Honors) in
Biomedical Engineering in the field of Bio-electronics. Throughout my
academic journey, I have been awarded multiple times for Academic
Excellence, University Contribution, and Inclusion and Diversity Support. I
have also been recognized as a national talent for academic excellence.
have research collaborations with peers from academia and industry on the
topics of Smart Grid Security, Intelligent Transportation Systems Security,
Privacy Preserving Edge Computing, Trustworthy Machine Learning, and the
Usable Security for Mixed Realities.
Prospective graduate students: I am looking for
highly motivated graduate students (both PhD and Masters) with a strong
mathematical background. If you are interested in the area of my research,
please contact me along with your CV. There are a range of scholarships and bursaries offered
by the university for both domestic and international students. For more
information about the application process, please visit https://federation.edu.au/research/study-with-us/apply.