Bachelor in Information Systems Engineering (ISE)

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The purpose of ISE (Information System Engineering) program is to prepare professional IT (Information Technology) engineers and programmers. The program aims at making them acquire the essential knowledge and skills in computer engineering. They will be working in a well-prepared online environment, in which modern learning methods and tools are available for them. This environment will motivate them to learn how to analyze, synthesize and create innovative IT solutions. The students will get from this environment all what they need in terms of theoretical and practical knowledge required from an Information System Engineer. Here is a set of the most important learning outcomes of the program:

  • Understanding the IT theoretical basics.
  • Understanding the engineering basics and methodologies.
  • The Knowledge of information system design, implementation and testing.
  • The Knowledge of protecting information systems, data and networks.
  • The Knowledge of IT project management and quality assurance.

Name:Mohamad ALJNIDI

 

PH. D. In: Computer Science

Email: ise_pd@svuonline.org ، 

mjnidi@gmail.com

 

EDUCATION & Diploma

2009

·PhD in Computer Science – Specialty: Computer Network Security – TELECOM ParisTech Engineering School – Paris – France.

2005

·        Master in Computer Science – Specialty: Computer Networks / Research Track – Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris VI) University – Paris – France.

1997: 

·        Diploma in Higher Studies in Computer Science – HIAST (Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology) – Damascus – Syria.

1996: 

Engineering Diploma in Computer Science – HIAST (Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology) – Damascus – Syria.

 

ACADEMIC TEACHING & TRAINING EXPERIENCES and POSITIONS

 

2015 – Now:

Assistant Professor – ARAEB (Arab Academy for E-Business) – Damascus – Syria.

 

2011 – Now:

Assistant Professor – SVU (Syrian Virtual University) – Damascus – Syria.

 

2010 – Now:

Assistant Professor – HIAST (Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology) – Damascus – Syria.

 

2008 – 2009:

Assistant professor – IUT-A (Institut Universitaire de Technologie) – University of Lille – France.

 

2005 – 2008:

Trainee Assistant Professor – TELECOM ParisTech – Paris – France.

 

2005 – 2009:

PhD student – “Networks, Mobility and Security” group – INFRES department – TELECOM ParisTech – CNRS/LTCI UMR 5141 – Paris – France.

 

2002 – 2004:

Stand-in teacher – Faculty of Information Technology – University of Damascus – Syria.

 

 

ACADEMIC & TRAINING COURSES TAUGHT

 

 

ARAEB (Arab Academy for E-Business) – Damascus – Syria.

Introduction to Data Security: Master in E-Business Management – 1st year.

 

 

SVU (Syrian Virtual University) – Damascus – Syria.

Data Security: Bachelor in Information Technology program.

Distributed Application Programming: Master in Web Science program.

Project Supervisor: Master in Web Science, Master in Web Technology and University of Greenwich programs.

 

 

HIAST (Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology) – Damascus – Syria.

Programming Languages: IT engineering – 4th year.

E-commerce: IT engineering – 5th year.

Data Security: IT engineering – 5th year.

Network Security: IT engineering – 5th year – Networks specialty.

Information and Network Security: Telecommunications engineering – 5th year.

Data Security Basics: Master in Telecommunications.

Network Management and the Internet: Master in Telecommunications – Networks specialty.

Project Supervisor: graduation project of IT engineering and Telecommunications engineering – Thesis of Master in Telecommunications, Master in Decision Support Systems and Master in Big Data Systems – PhD in IT and Telecommunications.

 

 

IUT-A (Institut Universitaire de Technologie) – University of Lille – France.

Programming Algorithms: IT – 1st year.

Computer Networks: IT – 2nd year.

Project Supervisor: IT.

 

 

TELECOM ParisTech – Paris – France.

Data Security: MSc. in Computer Science.

Java Programming: MSc. in Computer Science.

Computer Networks: Telecommunications Engineering.

Project Supervisor: MSc. in Computer Science.

 

 

Faculty of Information Technology – University of Damascus – Syria.

Network Application Programming: 4th year.

Project Supervisor: 4th year – graduation projects.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

 

2016 – Now:

ISE (Information System Engineering) Program Director – SVU (Syrian Virtual University) – Damascus – Syria.

2015 – Now:

Information System Security Consultant – ARAEB (Arab Academy for E-Business) – Damascus – Syria.

2010 – Now:

Researcher – HIAST (Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology) – Damascus – Syria.

1997 – 2004:

IT engineer – HIAST (Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology) – Damascus – Syria.

 

Research Papers and Books

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi, “Modèles et protocoles de sécurité pour un réseau domestique,” Master thesis, TELECOM ParisTech: École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris, France, 2005.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi and J. Leneutre, “Autonomic Security for Home Networks,” in Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems, Passau, Germany, 2006.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi, “Sécurité des réseaux mobiles autonomes,” in Premier workshop GET sur les réseaux spontanés, Rennes, France, 2006.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi and J. Leneutre, “Towards an Autonomic Security System for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks,” in Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Information Assurance and Security, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2007.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi and J. Leneutre, “A Security Policy System for Mobile Autonomic Networks,” in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Communication Systems, Rome, Italy, 2007.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi and J. Leneutre, “Security Solutions in Mobile Autonomic Networks,” in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications, Damascus, Syria, 2008.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi and J. Leneutre, “ASRBAC: A Security Administration Model for Mobile Autonomic Netwotks (MAutoNets),” in Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Autonomous and Spontaneous Security, Saint Malo, France, 2009.

 

 

 

·        M. Aljnidi, “Toward a Security Administration System for Autonomic Networks,” PhD thesis, TELECOM ParisTech: École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris, France, 2009.

 

 

 

·        M. Alshamali and M. Aljnidi, "Dynamic Secure Data Sharing In the Cloud", submitted to the engineering journal of Damascus University, 2015.

 

 

·        A. Moualla, O. Aldakkak and M. Aljnidi, "Distributed Non-hierarchical PKI Based on NTRU for Secure Routing in MANETs", submitted to the International Journal on Electrical Engineering and Informatics (IJEEI), 2016.

 

 

 

·        Hazem Sallowm, Mohammed Assora, Mohammed Al Chaita and Mohamad Aljnidi, "A Hybrid Honeypot Scheme for Distributed Denial of Service Attack", approved by the International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2017.