Adnan El-Nasan - College of Engineering - Computer & Information Science

Adnan El-Nasan, PhD

Full Time Lecturer

Computer & Information Science

508-999-8767

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Dion 302B

Education

2003Rensselaer Polytechnic InstitutePhD in Computer and System Engineering
1995Rochester Institute of TechnologyMSc in Computer Engineering
1988Jordan University of Science and TechnologyBS in Electrical Engineering

Teaching

  • Operating Systems
  • Computer Architecture
  • Information Security
  • Computer Networks
  • Advanced Computer Systems

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Principles of modern operating systems and their design. Scientific principles and engineering rules of operating systems are explored. Process and storage management subsystems are analyzed in detail. Protection and security are taken into account in design. An introduction to distributed operating systems is also presented. This is a design and project based course with a laboratory component.

Principles of modern operating systems and their design. Scientific principles and engineering rules of operating systems are explored. Process and storage management subsystems are analyzed in detail. Protection and security are taken into account in design. An introduction to distributed operating systems is also presented. This is a design and project based course with a laboratory component.

Principles of modern operating systems and their design. Scientific principles and engineering rules of operating systems are explored. Process and storage management subsystems are analyzed in detail. Protection and security are taken into account in design. An introduction to distributed operating systems is also presented. This is a design and project based course with a laboratory component.

Principles of modern operating systems and their design. Scientific principles and engineering rules of operating systems are explored. Process and storage management subsystems are analyzed in detail. Protection and security are taken into account in design. An introduction to distributed operating systems is also presented. This is a design and project based course with a laboratory component.

Topology of computer networks. Physical transmission. Error handling. Protocols. Satellite, packet radio, and local networks. Network interconnection. Security. Applications of computer networks.

Research

Research Interests

  • Operating System Optimization and Security
  • Cybersecurity, Privacy, Forensics and Reverse Engineering
  • Innovation and Commercialization in Emerging Economies

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