Faculty of Computing, Law and Psychology | School of Computing

Dr Nasir Ibrahim

Lecturer in Computing

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BSc, PhD (Buckingham)

Dr Ibrahim holds a BSc in Computing and a PhD in Computing both from The University of Buckingham. Prior to joining the School of Computing as a lecturer, he was a visiting lecturer and Research Associate. Dr Ibrahim has worked on numerous projects including remote sensing and land mine surveying and biomedical image analysis in Ten-D Innovations Research and Development (R&D) Centre. He teaches and supervises undergraduate and postgraduate modules and projects.


Teaching Experience

  • Academic Skills for Computing.
  • Skills and Professional Development.
  • Problem Solving and Programming.
  • Human Computer Interaction.
  • Mobile Application Development.
  • Scripting for Data Analysis.


Research Interests

  • Behaviour Biometrics.
  • Multi-Factor Authentication.
  • Computer Vision.
  • Machine Learning.


Selected Publications

  • N. Ibrahim, S. Fahs, and A. AlZoubi “Land cover analysis using satellite imagery for humanitarian mine action and ERW survey”, Proc. SPIE 11734, Multimodal Image Exploitation and Learning 2021.
  • N. Ibrahim and H. Sellahewa, ” Android Pattern Unlock Authentication – effectiveness of local and global dynamic features,” 18th International Conference of the Biometrics Special Interest Group (BIOSIG), Darmstadt, Germany, 2019, pp. 1-8.
  • H. Sellahewa, N. Ibrahim & S. Zeadally, “Biometric Authentication for Wearables”, accepted for publication in M.S. Obaidat, I. Traore & I. Woungang (eds), Biometric-based Security Systems: State of the Art and Perspectives, to be published by Cambridge University Press in Winter 2018.
  • N. Ibrahim and H. Sellahewa, “Touch gesture-based authentication: A security analysis of Pattern Unlock,” 2017 IEEE International Conference on Identity, Security and Behavior Analysis (ISBA), New Delhi, 2017, pp. 1-8.
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