Research Assistant Professor
School of Cybersecurity

Mohammad Ghasemigol

NORFOLK, 23529

Mohammad GhasemiGol is currently a research assistant professor in the School of Cybersecurity at Old Dominion University. Before, he was a research assistant professor at University of North Dakota and associate researcher at Imperial College London. He is also served as an assistant professor of computer engineering at the University of Birjand, since 2016. He was the IT director and the director of the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) at the University of Birjand for more than five years. From November 2014 to July 2015, he was with the Information Security and Privacy: Interdisciplinary Research and Education (INSPIRE) Lab at the University of North Texas, US, as a visiting research scholar.

His research is focused on various aspects of AI, machine learning, and cybersecurity including incident handling, intrusion detection and response system, insider threats, alert management, clustering and classification methods, deep learning, safe learning, explainable AI algorithms, and biomedical data analysis. He is a reviewer in many reputable journals such as Applied Soft Computing, Computers & Security, Computer Communications, Journal of Network and Computer Applications, etc.


network security, IoT security, IDS, alert management, IRS, and incident handling
Data Analysis
AI and Learning Models (with more focus on ML, RL, Safe/Secure AI, XAI,and GenAI), and Computational Biology (with more focus on single-cell analysis)
Mathematical Programing