Alireza Aghamohammadi is a Software Engineer in Bellevue/Seattle area in Washington. He currently works on SOA, Java Applications
(Spring and Rest) on AWS and EC2 technology.
Alireza used to work and study in Michigan. He worked as a Software Engineer for a Johnson & Johnson company called Wellness & Prevention, Inc. and prior to than he worked for Truven
Health Analytics and developed various web applications with JEE
and Java based technology.
He finished and graduated successfully in Dec. 2013 with a Doctoral degree
in Technology (Ph.D.) with focus around Computer & Information Assurance from Eastern
Michigan University. His dissertation
was about Web crawlers and software security and his dissertation
title was A Novel Defense Mechanism against Web Crawler Intrusion.
He has various publications about this topic and two of his
publications are currently available on ACM and
IEEE Xplore sites.
Alireza enjoys building applications, learning about new
technologies and programming languages with little or no training.Also, he enjoys
collaborating and working with others to build new software and
enjoys attending Meetups groups related to programmers and software developers.
Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (December, 2008-December, 2013)
- Doctoral of Technology (Ph.D.) Computer & Information Assurance
- Dissertation: A Novel Defense Mechanism against Web Crawler Intrusion
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI (January, 2003-December, 2006)
- Master of Business & Administration
- Concentration: Information Systems
University of Detroit Mercy , Detroit, MI (September, 1999-August, 2002)
- Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Systems
- Major: Software Production and Management
- Aghamohammadi, A., & Eydgahi, A. (2013). A Novel Defense Mechanism
against Web Crawler Intrusion (paper). In Electronics, Computer and
Computation (ICECCO), 2013 International Conference on (pp. 269272).
- Aghamohammadi, Alireza. (2013). A Novel Defense Mechanism against Web
Crawler Intrusion(Dissertation) (Ph.D.). Eastern Michigan University,
Ann Arbor. Retrieved from Dissertations & Theses, Eastern Michigan
- Aghamohammadi, Alireza, & Eydgahi, A. (2012). Identifying and
Fixing the Most Common Software Vulnerabilities. Presented at the
Presented at Eastern Michigan University Graduate Research Fair,
- Aghamohammadi, Alireza, & Eydgahi, A. (2013). A New Five-Factor
Process for Increasing Cyber-Security and Privacy. National
Cybersecurity Institute Journal.
- Aghamohammadi, Alireza, & Tout, S. (2010). Software Insecurity
Distribution Through Social Networking. Presented at the Presented at
Eastern Michigan University Graduate Research Fair, Ypsilanti, Michigan.