Dr. Salamah is an Associate Professor in Computer Science at UTEP. Prior to joining UTEP in 2013, he spent five and a half years as an assistant and later associate professor in Computer Science and Software Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. At UTEP, Dr. Salamah directs the Masters of Science in Software Engineering. He's also the director of the DHS/NSF CyberCoprs Scholarship for Service Program, the NSF Scholarship for STEM program, and the Cybersecurity through Workshops, Analysis, and Research (CyWAR) lab.
Dr. Salamah's teaching and research interests include formal software quality assurance, secure software development, and computer science and software engineering education. Over his career, Dr. Salamah has secured over $9.0 million in external funding from NSF, the Army Research Lab, NASA, the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Honeywell Corporation, and Lockheed Martin.