Professor Mina S. Guirguis
Mina S. Guirguis, Ph.D. is
Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department,
College of Science, Texas State University.
His research interests include Security Aspects in Networks and Systems, Digital Forensics, Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet Traffic Management and Control, and Transport Protocols over Wired/Wireless Links.
Mina coauthored Adversarial exploits of end-systems adaptation dynamics, Exogenous-loss aware traffic management in overlay networks Toward global fairness, HELP:// Hypertext in-Emergency Leveraging Protocol, Assessment of Vulnerability of Content Adaptation Mechanisms to RoQ Attacks, Masquerading a Wired Covert Channel into a Wireless-like Channel, Stealthy IP Prefix Hijacking: Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew, and On the Impact of Low-Rate Attacks.
He earned his B.Sc. in Computer Science and Automatic Control at the College of Engineering, Alexandria University in 1999, his M.A. in Computer Science at the College of Arts and Sciences, Boston University in 2005, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the College of Arts and Sciences, Boston University in 2007.