I have the title of an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science - at the University of Virginia. I think "Learning Facilitator" describes most of what I do. I enjoy working with others. And, I prefer to find a solution for every problem rather than look for a problem in every solution.
Ahmed joined the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia in August 2016. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Kentucky in 2016. He also holds two M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science, one from the University of Kentucky in 2014 and one from Egypt in 2009.
Due to Ahmed’s enthusiasm in teaching and his joy in seeing people learn, he joined the Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program at the University of Kentucky and earned a Certificate in College Teaching and Learning in 2014. He also joined the "IGNITE" program at the University of Virginia immediately after joining the Computer Science department.
Ahmed’s research interest is in the area of communication and network security. He conducted research on e-voting security for parliamentary elections. He also worked on secure solutions for Health Information Exchange. Ahmed is looking to expand his research in the areas of Connected Health, Internet of Things (IoTs), and Cybersecurity.
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