Dr. Mousa Farajallah, Head of the Computer Engineering and Security department, Information Security Consultant
July 2016---current: The head of the Computer Engineering and Security Department in the College of Information Technology and Computer Engineering - Palestine Polytechnic University.
August,2015---July 2016: Assistant professor of Computer Systems Engineering at the College of Information Technology and Computer Engineering – Palestine Polytechnic University.
February,2015---September 2015: Post-doctoral (i.e., research assistant) -INSA of Rennes France.
September,2006---April 2012: Teaching assistant - Computer center of Palestine Polytechnic University.
September,2012---June 2015: Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering (specialized in image and video security) - Nantes University, France.
April,2012---September 2012: a Pre-PhD semester in security - Saarland University, Germany.
September,2007---January 2010: Master of Computer and Electronics Engineering degree (specialized in Cryptography) - Al-Quds University, Jerusalem.
January,2002---June 2006: Bachelor degree in Computer Systems Engineering - Palestine Polytechnic University.
My current research interests include Cryptography, Cryptanalysis, Video Security, Image Security, Chaos-based cryptosystems, joint crypto-compression algorithms, system and network security and reliability, IoT security and related topics.
Any master student who would like to fulfill his master research under my supervision should have an accepted Scopus paper as a minimum requirement before dissertation day
Reviewer for the Signal Processing Journal-Elsevier
Reviewer for the Entropy Journal.
Reviewer for the Signal Processing: Image Communication Journal-Elsevier
Reviewer for the International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos
Reviewer for the Journal of Information Security and Applications Journal-Elsevier
Reviewer for the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)
Reviewer for the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing
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