Gokhan Kul, PhD

Assistant Professor

Computer & Information Science

508-910-6484

gkul@umassd.edu

Dion 307B


Education

2018University at Buffalo, SUNYPhD in Computer Science
2012Middle East Technical UniversityMS in Computer Engineering
2010TOBB University of Economics and TechnologyBS in Computer Engineering

Teaching

  • Digital Forensics

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Specialized topics of interest and relevance to computer and information science. Course content may change from semester to semester according to instructor's preferences.

Specialized topics of interest and relevance to computer and information science. Course content may change from semester to semester according to instructor's preferences.

Preservation, identification, extraction and documentation of evidence in any computing environment. This course follows a practical approach to the practice of digital forensics while presenting technical and legal matters related to forensic investigations. It introduces various technologies used in everyday computing environments along with detailed information on how the evidence contained on these devices should be analyzed.

Preservation, identification, extraction and documentation of evidence in any computing environment. This course follows a practical approach to the practice of digital forensics while presenting technical and legal matters related to forensic investigations. It introduces various technologies used in everyday computing environments along with detailed information on how the evidence contained on these devices should be analyzed.

The relational, hierarchical, and network approaches to database systems, including relational algebra and calculus, data dependencies, normal forms, data semantics, query optimization, and concurrency control on distributed database systems.

The relational, hierarchical, and network approaches to database systems, including relational algebra and calculus, data dependencies, normal forms, data semantics, query optimization, and concurrency control on distributed database systems.

Department seminar presentations by speakers from industry and academia in addition to UMass Dartmouth faculty, and CIS Master student thesis defense presentations that are scheduled during the seminar course time slot. Students are required to attend these presentations and participate in technical discussions and write a report by the end of the semester.

Department seminar presentations by speakers from industry and academia in addition to UMass Dartmouth faculty, and CIS Master student thesis defense presentations that are scheduled during the seminar course time slot. Students are required to attend these presentations and participate in technical discussions and write a report by the end of the semester.

Department seminar presentations by speakers from industry and academia in addition to UMass Dartmouth faculty, and CIS Master student thesis defense presentations that are scheduled during the seminar course time slot. Students are required to attend these presentations and participate in technical discussions and write a report by the end of the semester.

Department seminar presentations by speakers from industry and academia in addition to UMass Dartmouth faculty, and CIS Master student thesis defense presentations that are scheduled during the seminar course time slot. Students are required to attend these presentations and participate in technical discussions and write a report by the end of the semester.

Research

Research Interests

  • Cybersecurity
  • Database Systems

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