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Mohamed Ben Farah (BEng, MSc, PhD, HDR) is a research associate in the Institute for Signals, Sensors and Communications with the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. Prior to this position, Mohamed was a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Telecommunication and signal processing in the national engineering school of Gabes at the University of Gabes in Tunisia, and the head of the Encryption and image processing Research Group in Laboratory of Electronics and Information Technologies at the the University of Sfax. His current research interests include pervasive security for IoT devices as well as Machine Learning Techniques for Cyber-Security and Engineering, Signal/Image Processing and Encyption.  Prior to joining the University of Gabes, Mohamed was an assistant lecturer at the University of Gafsa, Tunisia. Mohamed is in the technical programs committee of a lot of conferences,  a reviewer for world leading academic conferences and journals and is the Education Cyber-Security Thematic Leader and  the Outreach Lead of the Blockchain Group for IEEE UK and Ireland.

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