Mina Guirguis is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Texas State University, which he joined in 2006. His research is broadly driven by the interplay of security, networks and stochastic control with research contributions in the areas of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), Networks and Computing Systems, and Mobile Cloud Computing. His research work has been published in over forty refereed papers, posters and journals, and one book chapter. Guirguis' research and educational activities are funded with over $2.9M in grants from the NSF, DoD, AFOSR, IEEE, Cisco and Texas State. Guirguis received the NSF CAREER award in 2012.
Guirguis has been a visiting faculty researcher at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in the summers of 2012 and 2013. During the academic year 2014/2015 he joined the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Group in the ECE Dept. at UT Austin. Guirguis has a wide range of industrial experience at various companies including Fortress Technologies and Microsoft. He has served on various Technical Program Committees for many conferences, on NSF panels and on the Editorial Board for the International Journal on Advances in Networks and Services. Guirguis is serving as an Academic Alliance Member for NCWIT.
Guirguis earned his B.Sc. in Computer Science and Automatic Control at Alexandria University in 1999, his M.A. in Computer Science at Boston University in 2005 and his Ph.D. in Computer Science at Boston University in 2007 under Azer Bestavros and Ibrahim Matta.
My research is funded by an NSF CAREER award, an NSF REU award co-funded by the DoD and by grants from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Current Research Opportunities:
- NEW: Multiple research positions at the undergraduate and graduate level are available in the area of Mobile Cyber-Physical Systems with the focus on security issues in multi-agent systems (e.g., swarm robotics) and intelligent transportation systems (e.g., vehicular networks and autonomous vehicles). Check here to learn more about some of the past and ongoing research projects. Please contact me by email if interested. The positions are available over the summer of 2015 and into the fall and spring semesters.
- Predoctoral Summer Ph.D. Student Researcher [open to one Ph.D. student from any US. University]
Groups: Networking And Security Discussion Group.
Office Hours (Spring 2016):
Mondays: 4:30 - 6:30 (in Round Rock, Faculty offices, 4th floor)
Tuesdays: 10:00 - noon (in San Marcos, Comal building, office #311E)
Before and after class and also by appointment