Mostafa Dahshan

Dr, MSc (Telecom Systems, Univ of Oklahoma, USA), BSc (Computer Engineering, Cairo Univ, Egypt), Senior Member (IEEE), Certified Professional (ACS)

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Personal profile

Personal profile

Lecturer in Computing at Charles Sturt University. Previously Associate Professor of Computer Engineering at King Saud University. Teaching experience in Network Security, Computer Networks, Network Programming, Network Management, Network Operating Systems and ICT Project Management. Published several conference and journal articles in the areas of Optimisation Problems and Network Security. Supervised four MS theses and several capstone projects. Participated in several committees, most notably ABET accreditation. Developed several applications and solutions to improve my workplace productivity and teaching experience.

Education/Academic qualification

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Oklahoma

01 Jan 200331 Jul 2006

Award Date: 31 Jul 2006

Telecommunications Systems, Master of Science, University of Oklahoma

24 Aug 200120 Dec 2002

Award Date: 20 Dec 2002

Computer Engineering, Bachelor, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University

15 Sept 199431 Jul 1999

Award Date: 31 Jul 1999

External positions

Associate Professor, King Saud University

30 Oct 201702 Sept 2018

Assistant Professor, King Saud University

25 Aug 200730 Oct 2017

Information Technology Specialist II, University of Oklahoma

16 Aug 200506 Aug 2007

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Oklahoma

01 Jan 200215 Aug 2005


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