Mubarek Mohammed, PhD
I have taught both computer engineering and computer science courses as a Graduate Assistant at Syracuse University and Lecturer at Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia) (including courses given in collaboration with RMIT, Australia).
I also have research and industry experience in software development, secure software threat modeling, code and log analysis. I have been conducting research in the area of mutated clone detection and dependency visualization which can be used for refactoring and erroneous code detection. I also worked in the industry in the area of software tools development for log analysis and validation.
In the industry, including Google and Amazon, I held Software Development positions working on distributed systems development and validation: log validation, throttling, data aggregation service, and security token vending service.
In my spare time, I like playing soccer and visiting national parks.
Software code intent modeling; secure software development; Hardware acceleration
Educational & Professional Experience:
- PhD (2018) Syracuse University
- MSc(2006) Addis Ababa University
Prior Teaching Experience :
Digital Systems Design
VLSI systems testing and Validation
Selected Awards & Honors:
AAU, (RMIT, Australia in collaboration with AAU)
Algorithms Design, OO programming, C Programming, and Logic Design