Cybersecurity Engineering Faculty
Professor, Cyber Security Engineering, VolgenauAs director of the first-of-its-kind BS in cyber-security engineering program at Mason, Peggy Brouse is passionate about building a new breed of cyber-security professional. As the nature of cyber threats has grown, the demand for timely response and effective action has built the groundwork for a discipline of anticipatory action and security design.
Associate Professor, Cyber Security Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingMohamed Gebril is an assistant professor in the Cybersecurity Engineering Department. He joined Mason after working as primary patent examiner for the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Cyber Security Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingJens-Peter Kaps joined Mason after he received a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2006. He is a co-director of the Cryptographic Engineering Research Group (CERG) at the Volgenau School of Engineering. His research interests include ultra-low power cryptographic hardware design, side-channel analysis, computer arithmetic, efficient cryptographic algorithms, and ubiquitous computing.
Assistant Professor, Cyber Security Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingVijay K. Shah is an Assistant Professor in the Cybersecurity Engineering department at George Mason University starting July 2021. Before joining Mason, he was a Research Assistant Professor with the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech and affiliated with Wireless@Virginia Tech Lab since 2019. His research interests include Resilient 5G/Next-G wireless systems, Secure Open Radio Access Networks (O-RAN), Trustworthy machine learning and wireless testbed development and prototyping.
Assistant Professor, Cyber Security Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingCong Wang's research focuses on addressing security and performance challenges in Mobile/Cloud Computing, IoT, Machine Learning and Systems.
Assistant Professor, Cyber Security Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingMingkui Wei is an assistant professor in the Cybersecurity Engineering Department. His current research interests focus on network security, especially on the application layer. He takes approaches including mathematical modeling and analysis, simulation and experiment, and machine learning, to identify and address security threats on the Internet.
Professor, Chair of the Department of Cyber Security EngineeringResearch Interests: Safety and security of networked control systems overall and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Next G based Edge services, building digital twins and vulnerability detection, and mitigation and applying formal methods to ensure cyber security
Assistant Professor, Cyber Security Engineering, College of Engineering and ComputingLinghan Zhang is an Assistant Professor of the Cyber Security Engineering Department at George Mason University.