It is a privilege of working in academia to know and work closely with many bright, hardworking students.
This is a list of current and recent students that I have had opportunity to work with: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
- Wael Khreich (co-supervised with Dr. Granger)
- Terasan Niyomsatay (co-supervised with Dr. Nevins)
- Ali Nezhad (co-supervised with Dr. Makrakis)
- Ilker Onat
- Behzad Malek
- Saeed Samet
- Nick Mailloux (co-supervised with Drs. Nevins and Dechene)
- Augusto Lima (co-supervised with Dr. Nevins)
- Balsingham Balamohan
- Jin Xu
• Mehran Talebinezad, PhD, Electromyography Signals: Signal Processing and Non-Invasive Engineering Applications (co-supervised with Dr. Chan), May 2009.
- Camelia Karimian Pour, MSc, Lattice-based Cryptography (co-supervised with Dr. Nevins) December 2007.
- Wilson Poon, MASc, Towards a Practical and Secure Biometric Authentication System, December 2007.
- Han-Yuen Ong, MSc, Privacy Preserving Database Access through Dynamic Privacy Filters with Stable Data Randomization , December 2007, now with the Department of National Defense (DND), GOC.
- Melodie Szeto, MSc, Analysis of the use of privacy-enhancing technologies to achieve PIPEDA compliance in a B2C e-business model, August 2007, now with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, GOC.
- Omar Alnader, MEng, Secure Distributed On-Line Certificate Authority, April 2006, now with GOC.
- Mathew Sammuel, MEng, On Biometric Identification and Authentication Techniques, September 2007, now with Entrust Inc.
- Patrick Longa, MASc, Accelerating the Scalar Multiplication on Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems over Prime Fields, June 2007, now a PhD student in the University of Waterloo.
- Mehran Talebinezad, MASc, Fractal Analysis of Myoelectric Signals, (co-supervised with Dr. Chan), December 2005, now a PhD student at the University of Ottawa. Deholo Nali, PhD, Identity-Based Cryptographic Schemes for Large User Communities, (co-supervised with Dr. Adams), October 2005, now with the Canadian Security Establishment (CSE), GOC.
- Behzad Malek, MASc, Efficient Private Information Retrieval, June 2005, now a PhD student at the University of Ottawa. Lo Sing Cheng, MASc, Efficient Finite Field Arithmetic with Cryptographic Applications, (co-supervised with Dr. Yeap), December 2004, now with Innocor Inc.
- Muhammad J. Bohio, MASc, Identity-Based Security Solutions for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Auust. 2004, now with Telus Security Solutions.
- Grace Elias, MASc, On Efficient Implementation of FPGA-Based Hyperelliptic curve Cryptosystems, (co-supervised with Dr. Yeap), August 2004, now with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
- Ali Abbas, MSc, Analysis and Design of an Internet’s Security Taxonomy, (co-supervised with Dr. El-Saddik), June 2004, now a PhD student at the University of Ottawa.
- Terasan Niyomsatay, MASc, New Unitary Space-Time Codes with High Diversity Products(co-supervised with Dr. Nevins), December 2003, now a PhD student at the University of Ottawa.
- Ahmed Abdel Hafez, PhD, Secure and Efficient Group Key Agreement Protocols, (co-supervised with Dr. Barbosa), November 2003, now with the Military Technical College, Cairo Egypt.
Note to prospective students: From time to time, there will be some open positions in our group in both M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels, depending on the availability of funds. You need to ensure first that you meet the minimum requirement of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (you can find that information at http://www.grad.uottawa.ca/). If you do, please send me a copy of your transcripts, a sample of your project or publications, and a statement about what your research interests are.
Due to the large number of applications and emails, I am not able to reply to each and every one of them. I will contact you only if I need further information.