I’m an Assistant Professor in-Resident at Computer Science and Engineering department, University of Connecticut. I graduate from the University of Connecticut with an interest in Computer Networking and Cybersecurity. My research focus is Software defined networking and network Security. I have wide expertise in different fields including programming, analytics, wireless/wired networks, QoS, and Network Security. I have working experience in consultation, management, Technical coordination, research, and teaching.I am currently teaching hands-on Cybersecurity lab. I am passionate about Infrastructure automation, security, network performance and monitoring.


               

Skills

Python
Java & C++
HTML/CSS
Tableau
Hadoop
Excel
AWS
Terraform
Dockers
Ansible
Prometheus
Grafana
SDN & OpenDayLight
Openflow
TCP/IP
VMware & Citrix
Wireshark, nmap & burpsuit
CyberSecurity
CCNA
Windows & Linux

Education

PhD Degree - 2020

University of Connecticut

QoS for Software-defined networking

Master Degree - 2018

University of Connecticut

Masters in Computer Science and Engineering

Master Degree - 2013

Tanta University

Enhancing role of Mobile ad-hoc Networks in Information delivery

Diploma in Computer Networking - 2007

Information technology Institute(ITI)

110 Credits earned in a 9-month program certifying a professional Networks Engineer

Computer and Control Engineering - 2006

Tanta University

Graduation project in Data Mining, Ranked 1st, Excellent Grade with honor degree

Teaching Courses

(Teaching) Cybersecurity lab - CSE3140 - University of Connecticut
(Teaching assistant) Logic Design - CSE2300W - University of Connecticut
(Teaching assistant) Computer Networks - Tanta University
(Teaching assistant) Information and Network Security - Tanta University
(Teaching assistant) data structures and object oriented programming - Tanta University
(Teaching assistant) Introduction to Computers - Tanta University

Projects

Provable Security for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Monitoring Icon's Blockchain Network
QoS framework for SDN-based networks
Software-defined extreme-scale networks for big data applications
A Hybrid Wireless System for Real-time Remote Home Monitoring and Protection
Enhancing AODV Routing Protocol In MANETs

Contacts

Haitham Ghalwash


Assistant Professor in Residence

Computer Science and Engineering Department

University of Connecticut

haitham@uconn.edu

h.ghalwash@gmail.com