Visiting Associate Professor of Computer Science
Education: BEng Lebanese American University; BS Computer Science University of Windsor; MS Computer Science Concordia University; PhD Computer Science Concordia University
Research Areas: Software engineering and disruptive technologies; software architecture; blockchain; Internet of Things; software architecture; software quality
Mohamad Kassab is a visiting associate professor in Computer Science at NYUAD, and holds the position of an associate professor in software engineering at Pennsylvania State University. He earned his MS and PhD degrees in software engineering from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Furthermore, he has served as a postdoctoral researcher at the ETS School of Advanced Technology in Montreal and as a visiting scholar at Carnegie Mellon University.
Kassab's scholarly pursuits are dedicated to effecting the harmonious convergence of software engineering methodologies and transformative technologies (IoT, Blockchain, AI). His investigative endeavors have seamlessly intersected with industrial collaborations, and the research outcomes have been extensively disseminated through publications in leading software engineering journals, conferences, and five authored books.
Accumulating a professional journey spanning more than two decades, Kassab's has cultivated an extensive portfolio of industrial engagements. This spectrum encompasses roles such as Business Unit Manager at Soramitsu, Senior Quality Engineer at SAP, Senior Associate at Morgan Stanley, Senior Quality Assurance Specialist at NOKIA, and Senior Software Developer at Positron Safety Systems.