Ahmed Ibrahim Promoted to Teaching Associate Professor

Please join the Department of Informatics and Networked Systems in congratulating Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim on his promotion to Associate Teaching Professor!  Dr. Ibrahim joined the DINS faculty in Fall 2020 and is well-regarded for his dedication to teaching courses such as TELCOM 2821 Network Security, INFSCI 2621 Security Management and Computer Forensics, and INFSCI 1600 Security and Privacy. In addition, Dr. Ibrahim serves as the Associate Director for Education and Outreach in the Departmetn's Laboratory for Education and Research on Security Assured Information Systems and has developed challenging hands-on learning opportunities including creating state and national hack-a-thon teams and a comprehensive team-based capstone course for undergraduates. 

He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Kentucky in 2016. He also holds two M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science, one from the University of Kentucky in 2014 and one from Egypt in 2009. His teaching expertise lies in the areas of cybersecurity, security and privacy, network security, and security management and computer forensics.

Congratulations to Dr. Ibrahim for this well-deserved recognition of his passion and skill in teaching, as well as his many research and outreach contributions to the Department of Informatics and Networked Systems and the School of Computing and Information!