Prospective Students

I am always looking for talented highly-motivated students interested in joining the CyberSEA Research Lab to work on topics that align with my research interests including, but not limited to, cyber security evaluation and assurance, threat modeling, security-by-design, risk assessment and management, and formal methods and data-driven approaches for software and security engineering. I am especially interested in students with a background in Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, and/or Computer Science.

Prospective Graduate Students:

If you have a suitable background and are interested in working on these research topics or are interested in any of the available positions within the CyberSEA Research Lab:

  1. Please contact me with a CV and Statement of Interest detailing your research interests, background, experience; and/or
  2. Please include my name in your official application (especially on the preference form) so that your file is brought to my attention.

For more information on the application process for graduate studies at Carleton University, please see:

  • Why Pursue Graduate Studies? Check out this article from Macleans outlining just some of the reasons why you may want to pursue a graduate degree.

Undergraduate Students at Carleton:

If you are interested in engaging in research and programming projects in these research areas of as an undergraduate research assistant or as a co-op student through the NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award Program or the Internship-Carleton University Research Experience for Undergraduate Students (I-CUREUS) Program, please contact me.

Capstone (SYSC 4907) Students at Carleton:

If you are interested in working on one of my proposed projects (Carleton VPN access required), or if you would like to propose a project of your own that aligns with my interests and expertise, please contact me.