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Faculty Details


Ph.D., Computer Science, Howard University, Washington, DC, 2019
M.S., Electrical Engineering - Computer Systems, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, 2014
B.S., Computer Science, Fountain University, Osogbo, Nigeria, 2011


Embedded Systems Security
Automotive Security
Internet of Things (IoT) Systems Security
Cloud Computing


Automotive Security
Sensor Data Provenance
Security of IoT Systems
Cloud Computing

Subjects Taught: 

Computer Science III - Data Structures and Algorithms
Computer Science II - C++ Data Structure
Cloud Computing
Math Lab I

Detailed Information

About Me: 

Dr. Habeeb Olufowobi is a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Howard University. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Howard University, a master's degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Computer Systems from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Fountain University, Nigeria. Dr. Olufowobi's research interests include Systems Security, Network Security, with a particular interest in Vehicular Networks, Blockchain, and Cloud Computing.
Dr. Olufowobi has several peer-reviewed publications that have appeared in IEEE Transaction on Vehicular Technology, IEEE Design and Test, IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ACM Workshop on Automotive Cybersecurity, and others. He also has a book chapter in Smart Cities Cybersecurity and Privacy (Elsevier) and has presented articles at major national and international conferences.


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