Alfredo J. Perez, Ph. D.

Associate Professor

Department of Computer Science

University of Nebraska at Omaha

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Privacy / Cybersecurity

Mobile Computing / IoT

CS Education

I graduated with a Ph. D. (2011) and a M.Sc. (2009) degrees in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Florida under supervision of Prof. Dr. Miguel A. Labrador. My undergraduate studies are in Systems Engineering from Universidad del Norte - Barranquilla (Colombia) in 2006. My undergraduate research mentors at UniNorte were Prof. Carlos Ardila-Hernandez and Prof. Dr. Yezid Donoso-Meisel.

My main research interests are:

          • Privacy / Cybersecurity

          • Mobile/Ubiquitous Computing and Sensing

          • CS Education, in particular teacher education for middle/high school CS

My secondary research interests are:

          • Machine Learning and its applications to Human-centric systems, privacy and cybersecurity

          • Multiobjective Optimization and its application to Computer Networks and Scheduling


My latest publications (2022 - 2021)

          1. Elijah Neundorfer, Alfredo J. Perez ClearCommPrivacy: Communicating App Privacy Behavior in Android. 2022 Annual ACM Southeast Conference (ACMSE'22)

          2. Alfredo J. Perez, Sherali Zeadally , "Secure and Privacy-Preserving Crowdsensing using Smart Contracts: Issues and Solutions", Computer Science Review, vol.23, No, 43, 100450, 2022.

          3. Yeṣem Kurt Peker, Gabriel Bello and Alfredo J. Perez, On the Security of Bluetooth Low Energy in Two Consumer Wearable Heart Rate Monitors/Sensing Devices, Sensors, vol 23, No. 3, 988, 2022.

          4. Anastasia Angelopoulou, Rania Hodhod, Alfredo J. Perez, "Factors affecting student educational choices regarding OER material in Computer Science", Journal of Computers in Education, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40692-022-00219-x , Jan. 2022. ShareLink: https://rdcu.be/cE50k

          5. Alfredo J. Perez, Sherali Zeadally , "Recent Advances in Wearable Sensing Technologies", Sensors, Vol. 21, No. 20, 6828, 2021.



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Contact Info

Email: alfredoperez "at" unomaha.edu

Last updated: Aug. 22 / 2022