Assistant ProfessorApplied Computer ScienceUniversity of Winnipeg

Research Interests

  • Network/Computer Security

  • Security-by-Design Frameworks

  • Advanced Persistent Threats

  • Theory of Attack and Defense

  • Autonomous Risk Mitigation

  • Resilient Pervasive Systems

  • Computational Game Theory

NSERC Subject Codes

  • 2508 Communications Networks

  • 2700 Information Technology

  • 2713 Algorithms

  • 2715 Optimization

  • 2960 Mathematical Modelling

  • 3008 Applied Probability

Short Bio

I am an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the University of Winnipeg. Prior to that, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Queen's University in Kingston. I received my Ph.D. in Computer and Software Engineering from the University of Montreal in 2018. I am currently leading several high-impact and interdisciplinary research projects in Theoretical and Applied Cybersecurity. My research mainly focuses on designing security and resilience frameworks for large-scale networked systems and adopts a rigorous approach to cybersecurity through the lens of Artificial Intelligence. I have published peer-reviewed research papers extensively while fostering successful collaborations with several Canadian universities including McGill University, University of Montreal, and Queen's University. Check out my publications on Google Scholar.

Prospective Students

Currently looking for self-motivated and hard-working graduate students. Please contact me if you are interested in contributing to one of my ongoing projects.

The University of Winnipeg is celebrated for its strong commitment to inclusivity of women, members of visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, and people with disabilities. My research projects actively promote diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the recruitment process.