Prof. Kaliappa Ravindran
Distributed network systems, Service-oriented Computing, Information assurance and fault-tolerance, embedded software systems, service-level network management, verification of distributed software, pervasive intelligence, distributed collaboration paradigms
Prof. Myung Lee
Prof. Tarek Saadawi
TAREK N. SAADAWI received the B.Sc. and the M.Sc. from Cairo University Egypt in 1973 and 1975 respectively and the Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, College Park in 1980 (all in Electrical Engineering). Since 1980 he has been with the Electrical Engineering Department, The City University of New York, City College where he currently directs the Center of Information Networking and Telecommunications (CINT) and a Professor teaching courses in Network security, computer networks, local area network, communications systems and information theory.
Prof. Ümit Uyar
A networking and cybersecurity researcher, Obinna Igbe is affiliated with the Network Security Lab of the Center for Information Networking and Telecommunication (CINT) under the same City College of New York. His research spans across many areas of Computer and Network Security; more especially the security of enterprise infrastructures, internet of things, cloud infrastructures, connected vehicles, and smart grids. Currently, Obinna Igbe takes a biological-inspired approach to designing and implementing intrusion detection systems for protecting cyber infrastructures.
Huseyn Huseynov is a software engineer and graduate research assistant at the Grove School of Engineering, where he is working on expanding and enhancing the Cyber Security IDS software. Huseyn graduated with honors from Azerbaijan State Oil Academy majoring in Applied Mathematics with dual specialization in software programming and math. Currently, he is pursuing a master’s degree in Computer Science at the City College of New York. Working under the guidance of Dr. Tarek Saadawi at the Center of Information Networking and Telecommunications (CINT), Huseyn is aimed to develop a highly sophisticated framework for Virtual Machine Introspection. In order to achieve this goal he is studying projects developed by Prof. Kenichi Kourai from the Kyushu Institute of Technology in Japan and Artificial Immune System based Intrusion Detection System developed by a former City College doctoral student Obinna Igbe.
Oluwaseyi Ajayi currently works at the Center for Information Networking and Telecommunications, City College of New York. Oluwaseyi does research in Electrical Engineering, Algorithms and Artificial Neural Network. Their current project is 'Artificial Immune System Approach to Cyber Attack Detection'.
Meryem Abouali is an Electrical engineer and graduate research assistant at the Grove School of Engineering . She is affiliate with the Network Security Lab of the Center for the Information Networking and Telecommunication. Her research Interests: Network Security, IoT security , wireless networks 4G/5G LTE networks.