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Mourad Debbabi – Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science – Concordia University

Dean / Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University

Mourad Debbabi is a Professor at the Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering and the Dean of the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, Concordia University.

He holds/held the NSERC/Hydro-Quebec Thales Senior Industrial Research Chair in Smart Grid Security and the Hon. Concordia Research Chair Tier I in Information Systems Security. He is a founding member and Executive Director of the National Cybersecurity Consortium (NCC) that leads the CyberSecurity Innovation Network (CSIN) program.

He serves on the expert committee of the Ministry of Cybersecurity and Digital Technology of the Quebec Government. He serves/served on the boards of the Canadian Police College, PROMPT Québec, Cybereco, and Calcul Québec. He served as a member of CATAAlliance’s Cybercrime Advisory Council.

He is the founder and the Director of the Security Research Centre of Concordia University. Dr. Debbabi holds Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in computer science from Paris-XI Orsay, University, France, and B.Eng. from Université de Constantine. He published seven books and more than 300 peer-reviewed research articles in international journals and conferences on cybersecurity, cyber forensics, smart grid security, privacy, cryptographic protocols, cyber threat intelligence, malware analysis, reverse engineering, specification, and verification of safety-critical systems, programming languages, and type theory.

He supervised to successful completion 34 Ph.D. students, 76 Master students, and 15 Postdoctoral Fellows.

He served as a Senior Scientist at the Panasonic Information and Network Technologies Laboratory, Princeton, New Jersey, USA; Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department of Laval University, Canada; Senior Scientist at General Electric Research Centre, New York, USA; Research Associate at the Computer Science Department of Stanford University, California, USA; and Permanent Researcher at the Bull Corporate Research Centre, Paris, France. |