“I believe that teaching is not only the art of engaging learners in problem-solving and critical disposition but also a continuous exercise in self-learning, discovery, and reflection. Computer science and I.T. students require life-long learning skills to prepare themselves for unfamiliar challenges in the future. I believe that teaching and learning should be applied, producing highly employable graduates ready to work in the industry. These distinctions essentially require practice-oriented teaching, where student see, learn, think, and implement.”
Saeed Rehman is a Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity and Networking, prior to joining Flinders, Dr Saeed has worked as a Senior Lecturer at different Universities in New Zealand.
Saeed’s research work is focused on the communication security of wireless communication systems.
Specifically looking into the physical layer impairments, like channel and transmitter frontend, to secure wireless communication systems, such as WiFi, IoT, cellular network, or satellite communication systems.
Over the last years, Saeed has investigated the use of radiometric fingerprinting (R.F.) of wireless devices for identification and security. He has introduced a new R.F. technique and demonstrated its feasibility under realistic conditions, and robustness to impersonation attacks.