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Khan, Bilal

Associate Professor


6.65.20 NB

Bilal Khan is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at John Jay College, CUNY and a member of the computer science doctoral faculty at the CUNY graduate center. Professor Khan received his Ph.D. In mathematics from the Graduate Center of CUNY. Prior to that he earned a M.S. In Computer Science from John Hopkins University and his B.S. In Computer Science from M.I.T. He has developed a state-of-the-art digital forensics lab for the Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity Program and supervised numerous masters and doctoral theses. Professor Khan teaches courses in secure operating systems (FCM 710), network forensics (FCM 745) and network security (FCM 742). His research interests include networks, computer security, digital forensics, wireless communications, group theory, combinatorics, graph theory, modeling and simulation in anthropology, criminal justice, and epidemiology, computational neuroscience, data visualization and auralization.


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