Dr. ElMouatez Karbab is a postdoc at Concordia University. His research focuses on applied machine learning techniques on malware fingerprinting and mobile and IoT security. He is a research scientist at the National Cyber Forensic and Training Alliance (NCFTA) of Canada, an international organization which focuses on the investigation of cyber-crimes. He served as an associate researcher at Research Centre for Scientific and Technical Information (CERIST), Algeria, where he worked on international projects in collaboration with University of Cape Town, South Africa, and Heudiasyc Lab, France. ElMouatez has published many peer-reviewed research articles in international journals and conferences on malware fingerprinting using machine learning techniques, cyber security, and embedded systems.
Specialized in Cyber Security and Machine Learning.
Adviser: Dr. Debbabi
Thesis Title: "Resilient and Scalable Android Fingerprinting and Detection"
Specialized in Mobile Computing.
Adviser: Dr. Djenouri
Thesis Title: "Automatic Car Park Management with Integrated Radio Frequency Identification and Wireless Sensor Network"
Awards: Top Selected Students.
Specialized in Advanced Information Systems.
Adviser: Dr. Aliouat
Thesis Title: "Improvement and Implementation of Data-Centric and Hierarchical Wireless Sensor Network Routing Protocols in TinyOS"
Awards: Top three students for four years.