Aftab Ahmad

Aftab Ahmad

Aftab Ahmad
Associate Professor
Phone number: 
+1-212-393-6314
Room number: 
NB 6.63.16

Education

Doctor of Science - George Washington University

Master of Science - George Washington University

Bachelor of Science - University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore

Bio

At John Jay College I am teaching Object-oriented programming, Computer architecture, Forensic security and Advanced data structures. My current research projects include information flow inside a biological neuron, networking on demand (NoD) for network and applicaion design. NoD is similar to software defined radios (SDR) with the difference that the NoD devices or applications can adapt to security and privacy demands by changing networking characteristics. At this time, I am working on applying this concept on networks of human-implantable devices for healthcare.

Publications

Aftab Ahmad, “Digital Body”, Book Chapter to appear in Modeling Methodologies and Tools for Molecular and Nano-scale Communications, Editors, J. Suzuki, T. Nakano and M. J. Moore, Publisher, Springer. 2015.

Aftab Ahmad, Wireless and Mobile Data Networks, John Wiley and Sons, 2005. ISBN 0471670758

Aftab Ahmad, Data Communications Principles: For Fixed and Wireless Networks, Kluwer Publishers Inc., Boston, November 2003. ISBN 1402073283.

Aftab Ahmad, "Security Assessment of a Networked Systems", Book Chapter, 2011, IGI Gblobal.

Aftab Ahmad and Richard Wells, "Putting Logic the Modeling of a Biological Neuron; A New Framework", Keynote, Communications and Networking Symposium, 2013.

Aftab Ahmad, "Sub-neural Signaling", NSF Workshop on Biological Computing and Communications. 2012, Northeastern University.

 

Expertise

I am certified ethical hacker (CEHv6 2011).

I have training and experience in online education.

Main language C++.

OpenGL development experience on designing menu-driven applications with animation.