Ryerson University:CRESSET

Creative Research in Security and Software Engineering Technology


Manar Alalfi

Manar H. Alalfi, P.Eng

Assistant Professor of Software Engineering

Ph.D. in Software Engineering, Queen's University, 2010
M.S. in Computer science, University of Jordan, 2002
BSc in Computer Science, Hasemite University, 1999

Phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 4876

Email: Prof M.Alalfi Email

Address: Ryerson University, Computer Science Department

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Bara' Nazzal

Bara' Nazzal

Bara' received his MSc from Ryerson in 2020, and his BSc in computer science from the University of Jordan in 2017. he is specalized in security of IoT apps from a program analysis point of view. focusing on static analyses

Email: Bara' Email

Thesis Title: An Automated Approach for Privacy Leakage Identification in IoT Apps

Graduated: Summer 2020


Jane Carmona

Lobna Abuserrieh

Joined CRESSET Lab in Fall 2020 as a PhD student, obtained her MSc. from university of Jordan

Email: Lobna's Email

PhD Thesis title: TBD


Jane Carmona

Hajra Naeem

Recived her MSc. in 2020 from Ryerson's Computer Science Department under the supervision of Prof. M.Alalfi. Currently a PhD student @ CRESSET Lab!

Email: Hajra's Email

MSc. Thesis title: Predicting Vulnerabilities in IoT Applications Using Deep Learning (Graduated Summer 2020)

PhD. Thesis title: TBD


Noama

Noama Samreen

Noama received his B.Tech. in Information Technology from the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad, Telangana in 2014 and her M.S. in Applied Computer Science from East Tennessee State University in 2017. Her research interests include program analysis for cybersecurity, security vulnerabilities in software engineering. Currently, her research focuses on Ethereum Smart Contracts based on Blockchain Technology. Apart from research, she enjoys reading. .

Email: Noama's Email

PhD Thesis Topic: Security Engineering for Blockchain



Omar

Omar AlHarthi

Omar is currently a PhD student at Queen's ECE Department co-suervised by Profs. Manar Alalfi and Thomas Dean

Email: Omar's Email

Thesis Title: Detection of Feature Interaction in Dynamic Scripting Languages



Jian

Jian Chen

Jian Chen, recived his MSc and PhD form queen's School of Computing. He was co-suervised by Profs. Manar Alalfi and Thomas Dean

Email: Jian's Email

Title: Finding Failures in Real-Time Systems UsingRealistic Model Scheduling

Graduated: Fall 2020



Bara' Nazzal

Bara' Nazzal

Bara' received his MSc from Ryerson in 2020, and his BSc in computer science from the University of Jordan in 2017. he is specalized in security of IoT apps from a program analysis point of view. focusing on static analyses

Email: Bara' Email

Thesis Title: An Automated Approach for Privacy Leakage Identification in IoT Apps

Graduated: Summer 2020

Atheer

Atheer Abu Zaid

Atheer received her BSc. in Computer Science from the University of Jordan in 2017. She is currently pursuing her MSc. in the Computer Science department at Ryerson University. Her current research is in the fields of software engineering and cyber security. Adapting software engineering techniques, such as static analysis and semantic annotations, to analyze Internet of Things frameworks for malicious behavior. Atheer is co-supervised by Dr. Ali Miri. .

Email: Atheer's Email

MSc. Thesis Title: Automated Identification of Over-Privileged SmartThings Apps

Graduated: Fall 2020


Abdul Moiz

Abdul Moiz

Abdul received his B.S. in Computer Science from "University of Karachi" in 2014. He is currently pursuing his MS in Computer Science at Ryerson University. His research interests focus on Cybersecurity in Android Automotive. Apart from research, in his spare time he enjoys playing cricket and table tennis.

Email: Abdul E-mail

MSc. Thesis Topic: Security Analysis for Automotive Infotainment Apps

Graduated: Fall 2020


Simona Alexander

Florian Schmeidl

Joined CRESSET as a Mitacs Globalink intern in Summer 2018, He worked on a project for Security analysis for IoT. He is currently an MSc. Student at BauhausUniversität Weimar


Sajeda

Sajeda Parveen

Sajeda received her B. Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Professionals under Military Institute for Science and Technology in 2012. She is researching on building an automated mutation framework for evaluating security analysis tools in IoT(Internet of Things) applications. .

Email: Sajeda's Email

Thesis Title A Mutation Framework for Evaluating Security Analysis tools in IoT Applications

Graduated: Summer 2020


Jane Carmona

Rahma Al Mahruqi

A recent PhD graduate from Queen's School of computing

Email: Rahma's Email

Title: Migrating SQL-basedWeb Applications to Document Oriented NoSQL Applications

Graduated: Winter 2020


jian

Jian Chen

Jian Chen received the MSc Degree in computer science form Queen’s University in 2014. He haw worked as a software developer for many years. He is pursuing a Ph,D. degree at Queen’s University. .

Thesis Title: Clone Detection in Matlab Stateflow Models

Graduated: Summer 2014


Simon Singh

Elizabeth Antony

her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Fr. C.R.I.T (University of Mumbai). She received her Master of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from University of Wisconsin, USA. She was a research student under the supervision of Dr. James R. Cordy and Dr. Manar H. Alalfi and received her Master’s in Computing from Queen’s University, Canada. Currently she is working with Bombardier as Product Introduction Analyst in Kingston, ON.

Thesis Title: An approach to clone detection in sequence diagrams and its application to security analysis

Graduated: Summer 2014


Tim Johnson

Asil Almonaies

Ph.D. thesis, Topic: A framework for migrating web applications to web services, Queen’s University (2nd Supervisor with Prof. Jim Cordy and Prof. Thomas Dean) (Employer: Assistant Professor, Kuwait University)

Graduated: Winter 2012


Melanie

Melanie Wightman

Recived her BSc. form Queen's School of Computing, worked as an intern for NECSIS project 2014, assisted in developing SimNav (Employer: Product Manager at Encircle)


Kenny

Kenny Luc-Vuong

Recived his BSc. form Queen's School of Computing, worked as an intern for NECSIS project 2013, assisted in developing SimNav (Employer: Mobile Developer at HomeX)