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Nazaraf Shah holds a BSc degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD degree in computer science from Coventry University. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Ethical Hacking and Computer Security. Nazaraf has a broad interest in Service-oriented Computing and Semantic Web and has published over 50 papers in the area of service-oriented computing simulation, scheduling and software applications development.

Nazaraf has served as a member of various program committees for more than ten international conferences. He has been workshop chair and publication chair of IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE). He has given an invited talk in the Second International Conference on Cyber Security in 2013.

Research Interests

Ethical Hacking and Information Security; Application of ICT in Energy Management Systems; Design and implementation of secure web-based enterprise application using Agent and Web Services Technologies; Fundamental research and empirical analysis in the area of distributed network computing, especially multi-agent systems (MAS); Endowing autonomous agents with the ability to detect and diagnose exceptions in a cooperative manner and developing techniques for diagnosing and handling runtime exceptions in open MAS where agents belong to different organisations


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