Selcuk Uluagac

Dr. Selcuk Uluagac is currently an Eminent Scholar Chaired Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at FIU, where he leads the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab, with an additional courtesy appointment in the Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Science. Before FIU, he was a Senior Research Engineer at Georgia Tech and Symantec. He holds a PhD from Georgia Tech and MS from Carnegie Mellon University. He received National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award (2015), Air Force Office of Sponsored Research’s Summer Faculty Fellowship (2015), and University of Padova (Italy)’s Faculty Fellowship (2016), and Google’s ASPIRE Research award in security and privacy (2021). He is an expert in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy with an emphasis on their practical and applied aspects and teaches classes in these areas. He has hundreds of research papers/studies/publications in the most reputable venues. His research in cybersecurity and privacy has been funded by numerous government agencies and industry, including the NSF, the Dept. of Energy, Air Force Research Lab, Dept. of Labor, Cyber Florida, Google, Microsoft, Trend Micro, and Cisco, inter alia.