Reza Curtmola

Curtmola, Reza
Associate Professor, Computer Science
GITC 4317B
About Me

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at NJIT. I received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the Johns Hopkins University. I do research and teach courses in the general area of cybersecurity. More specifically, I specialize in applied cryptography, security of cloud services, security of wireless networks, and privacy in computing.

If you're a student interested in the type of research I do, please drop me an email or stop by my office.

Contact information:
GITC 4301, University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102

Teaching

I teach courses in cybersecurity, including:

  • CS 645 Security and Privacy in Computer Systems
  • CS 646 Network Protocols Security
  • CS 408 Cryptography & Internet Security
  • CS 708 Advanced Data Security and Privacy
Research Interests

My research interests are in the general area of cybersecurity. More specifically, I specialize in applied cryptography, security of cloud services, security of the software supply chain, security of wireless networks, and privacy in computing.

Here are some of the research projects I am (or was) involved in:

Avatar: Mobile Distributed Computing in the Cloud
Remote Data Integrity Checking for Cloud Storage
McSense: Scalable and Dependable Mobile Crowd Sensing
Collaborative Project: Integrating Learning Resources for Information Security Research and Education (iSECURE)
​• Secure Collaborative Services for Wireless Mesh Networks (past project)
• Secure Networking Using Network Coding (past project)

Publications