Areas of Expertise: Object-oriented programming, computer architecture and data communications & forensic security
Aftab Ahmad (D.Sc. 1992, George Washington University) is an Associate Professor in Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. He teaches classes on object-oriented programming, computer architecture and data communications & forensic security. Dr. Ahmad has original work published in design of networks of implantable devices, assessment of network security, design of forensic capable mobile networks, and modeling of biological neuron signal. He has authored two books, Data Communications Principles: For Fixed and Wireless Networks (Springer-Verlag 2003) and Wireless and Mobile Data Networks (Wiley, 2005), a book chapter “Chapter 7 – Security Assessment of Networked Systems”, Network Security, Administration and Management: Advancing Technologies and Practices, (IGI Global, 2011). His book chapter “Digital Body” has recently been accepted for publication that views human body as a digital medium for networks of implantable sensors. Dr. Ahmad’s Networking on Demand Lab has projects on network signaling in biological neurons, reconfigurable networks for data privacy, and smart web app design. He can be reached a firstname.lastname@example.org and Phone number (212)393-6314.