Mohammed El-hajj received my B.S. from the school of computer science in IUL University Lebanon, in 2004, the M.S. from Kingston University, London, in 2008, and the Ph.D. degree in Network Security from University Saint-Joseph, Lebanon, in 2020.
I worked as an assistant professor at the University of Sciences and Arts in Lebanon in the Department of Computer Science department.
My research interests span both IoT security and Network Security. They focuses on improving the
understanding, design, and performance of authentication protocols for IoT ecosystems, as well as designing a hardware security platform based on Physical Un-clonable Functions (PUF), prone to Machine learning attacks to provide authentication to IoT devices.
Experienced Assistant Professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Software Development, Internet of Things, Network Security, Teaching, and Programming. Strong education professional graduated from the Saint Joseph University of Beirut.
platform based on Physical Unclonable Functions(PUF) that is prone to Machine learning attacks to provide authentication to IoT devices.
El-Hajj, M., Fadlallah, A., Chamoun, M. and Serhrouchni, A., 2021. A taxonomy of PUF Schemes with a novel Arbiter-based PUF resisting machine learning attacks. Computer Networks, p.108133.
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I did more than 24 interviews talking about privacy, security, and IoT.
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