Feature article on the university website discussing Dr. Shehab’s research related to app security.
Currently Dr. Shehab is teaching the mobile application development course (ITIS/CS 4180/5180). This is a course that was proposed and developed by Dr. Shehab. The course focuses on mobile application topics and mainly on Android.
Congratulations Dr. Paxton, has has been co-advised by Dr. Mohamed Shehab and Dr. Gail-Joon Ahn. Dr. Paxton is the first African American PhD. student to graduate from the Software and Information Systems Department. Congratulations and all the best in his future endeavors.
Moo Nam Ko is my first PhD. student to graduate and is now Dr. Ko. He accepted a senior software developer position at Prodigy Meters in Charlotte. Congratulations 🙂
Dr. Shehab and Said Marouf featured Q4 2011, UNC Charlotte Magazine. The article is titled “There’s an App for That”. Read the full article at [link]
Honorable Mention in Niner Nation Family Magazine (Winter 2011). The article highlighted the Google Research Award granted to our team. Read the whole article [NNF-Winter2011]
Jeremy Olson, Eve Powell and Dr. Shehab were interviewed on NPR Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins to discuss mobile applications and mobile application security. To listen to the full interview listen
Our FB-Secure Chrome and Firebase plugin has been featured by Tekzilla Daily.
Presenting at the Wake Forest University Transitional Science Institute Innovation Summit on Mobile Technologies to Improve Health. Presentation title “Security in Social and Mobile Personal Health Records Apps”, March 2nd 2011.