Dr. Kashif Naseer Qureshi

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  • Title: Lecturer
  • Location: University of Limerick
  • Department: Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • Kashif Naseer Qureshi is currently working in the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the University of Limerick and is part of Cyber Skills project.  

    Kashif is also involved as a principal investigator in a Government funded cybersecurity project since 2019. His name is included in the top 2% of scientists in the world from Stanford University, USA. He received the best researcher awards from 2020 to 2022. He has fourteen years of teaching and research experience in leading academic institutes.  

    Kashif received his Ph.D. Degree from University Teknologi Malaysia (UTM),in 2016 (specialization in wireless communication). He was awarded his Master in Computer Science (MCS) and Master in Information Technologies (MSIT) degrees from The University of Balochistan, Pakistan and The Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar, Pakistan. 

    He is a Cisco and Microsoft certified network professional. He worked on several projects in collaboration with industrial/academic partners in the UK, Canada, Korea, Malaysia, and China. These projects were mainly in the areas of cyber security, wireless communication, smart cities, IoTs, artificial intelligence, intelligent transportation systems, ad hoc networks, and cyber-physical systems.  

    He has published around 167 research papers with a cumulative 400+ Impact Factor score in international journals. His recent scientific contributions are on cybersecurity, trust-based edge or cloud solutions, secure Internet of connected vehicles, secure drone-enabled networking, electrical vehicle charging management, and secure healthcare systems. Find out more about Kashif's work on Google Scholar here.

    He is also an Associate and guest Editor in SCI journals and special issues including IEEE, Sensors, MDPI journals and Hindawi.  He has graduated number of master and PhD students in the general area of Security for Internet of Things (IoT), Long Range Area Networks, Trust Model for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) and security solutions of wired and wireless networks.