I am a Senior University Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science of the Ying Wu College of Computing at NJIT. I am also affiliated with the NJIT Cybersecurity Research Center and its efforts to build an efficient open source library for lattice cryptography and homomorphic encryption.
My office hours for the Spring of 2019 are: Monday 2:30-4:00, Tuesday 4:00-5:30, Wednesday 4:30-5:30, or by appointment
I teach courses in the programming sequence: CS100 (Roadmap to Computing), CS114 (Introduction to Computer Science II), CS280 (Programming Language Concepts), and CS602 (Java Programming). I also teach CS683 (Software Project Management) and CS685 (Software Architecture).
In the past, I have taught CS courses for non majors: CS101 (Computer Programming and Problem Solving), and CS103 (Computer Science with Business Problems)
I am interested in programming and programming languages, cybersecurity, and the places where those two areas meet.
I have been working on homomorphic encryption and lattice-based cryptography, secure publish-subscribe systems, systems and software for efficient encrypted computing, and interesting applications for those systems.