Department of Computer Science
National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences (NUCES)
Shah Latif Town, National Highway
I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, where I am leading the IT Security Labs. Prior to taking this position, I was a PhD student and Research Assistant at the Computer Networks Group, University of Goettingen, and graduated with a PhD degree in September 2012 under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Xiaoming Fu and Prof Dr. Dieter Hogrefe. My PhD work focussed on the usage of social network and trust to prevent spam transmission and reliability of emails. Prior to that I graduated as a MSc in 2008 from Technical University of Aachen (Germany). During my masters, I worked in Philips Research Labs Aachen from Oct 2007 to April 2008 as a student research on my Master Thesis about Evaluation and Improvement of Security in ZigBee medical networks under the supervision of Dr. Oscar Garcia Morchon and Prof. Dr. Klaus Wehrle.
Currently, My research interests revolve around all aspects of applied Computer Security, with an emphasis on network security, web security, mobile security and secure architectures and protocols for Cloud and IoTs.
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Title: Method and system for forming a network for spam free communication, in particular e-mail communication.
Date of Publication: 27.10.11
Application Number: WO/2011/131228
Publication Number: CT/EP2010/055183 also published as DE112010005508T5
Reviewer IEEE ICC 2016
Reviewer of Computer Communication (Elsevier)
Reviewer of Security and Communication Networks (Wiley)
Session Chair 11th IEEE Innovations (IIT’15)
Reviewer INMIC 2014
External Reviewer ICNP 2013
Session Chair ICDIM 2013
Session Chair Secrypt 2012