Dr.-Ing. Mohammad Hamad

Contact

E-Mail mohammad.hamad (at) tum.de
Telefon +49-(0)89-289-23557
Office 4947
Address

Mohammad Hamad

TUM-EI-ESI

Arcisstr. 21

D-80333 München

Personal Website

mhamad.me

Bio

Mohammad Hamad is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Associate Professorship of Embedded Systems and Internet of Things in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Mohammad received his Ph.D. in computer engineering (Dr.-Ing.) from the Institute for Data Technology and Communication Networks at TU Braunschweig in 2020. Before his Ph.D, Mohamamd completed his bachelor in software engineering and information system at Aleppo University, Syria. 

Mohammad ’s research interests are in the area of  Autonomous vehicle security and IoT security

Open Positions for Students

If you are interested in my area of research and are looking for a bachelor's thesis (BT), master's thesis (MT), or research internship (FP), feel free to contact me. 

Open positions 

Type Topic  Requirements 
MT Security Evaluation of Library-based Access Control Mechanism  
FP / BT Extending the CARLA simulator for security purposes

- Very good programming skills (Python)

- Docker

FP In-vehicle time synchronization  

 

Supervised Work

Master Thesis (MT), Bachelor Thesis (BT)

Student
Title
Type
Year
Anshu Mathur Simulation-based attack data generation for connected and autonomous vehicles MT* Ongoing
Felix Montnacher Automated IDS ruleset analysis for open-source data extension MT Ongoing
Michael Kühr Analysis and Design of an Intrusion Response System for Autonomous Cars and the Internet of Vehicles MT Ongoing
Thomas Wakim Security Testbed for Time Synchronization in IoT Systems MT* 2022
Milind Mathai Derivation of a Formal Sensor and Attack Data Model for Autonomous Vehicles MT* Ongoing
Wenxuan Ye Data Management in Next Generation Mobile Communication System Based on Blockchain for Intelligent Services MT 2022
Moez Ben Ayed Analytical Study of Using Machine Learning for Intrusion Response System  BT 2022
Alexander Künzner Evaluating the Use of MISP as a Shared Threat Intelligence Repository for IoV BT 2021
Andreas Finkenzeller SenGen - An Automotive Simulation Framework to Generate Realistic Sensor and Attack Data MT* 2021
Hangmao Liu Implementation and Evaluation of IBE for Securing MQTT Protocol MT 2021

* co-supervision 

Teaching

Course Name
Role
Semester
Advanced Topics in IoT Security Lecturer  Summer: 2022
IoT Security  Lecturer 

Winter: 21/22

Summer: 2021

Software Architecture for Distributed Embedded Systems Tutor Winter: 20/21
Advanced Seminar Embedded Systems and Internet of Things   Supervisor  

Summer: 2020

Winter: 20/21, 21/22

 

Publications

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