Dr. Alhajjar

Dr. Elie Alhajjar

Associate Professor



Ongoing Research Projects

I am a member of the Intelligent Cyber-Systems and Analytics Research Laboratory (ICSARL), where I work in the fields of network science and cybersecurity.

Publications & Presentations


Network Science meets Cybersecurity (book chapter), preprint.

Viviani’s Theorem, Minkowski’s Theorem and Equiangular Polygons (joint with M. Nasta), preprint.

A Layered Network Collapse Method in Cyber Terrorism (joint with S. Morse), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security, 2020.

Maximally Entangled Correlation Sets (joint with T. Russell), Houston J. Math., 2020.

On the Similarity Metric (joint with C. Lefèvre), Mathematica Militaris, 2019.

Ehrhart positivity and Demazure characters (joint with P. Alexandersson), Algebraic and Geometric Combinatorics on Lattice Polytopes, 2019.

Numerical Semigroups and Kunz Polytopes (joint with T. Russell and M. Steward), Semigroup Forum, 2019.

Intelligent Feature Engineering for Cybersecurity (joint with P. Maxwell and N. Bastian), Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 2019.

Evaluating Evasion Attack Methods on Binary Network Traffic Classifiers (joint with J. Gaston, M. Harvey, M. McNamara, O. Ramos, R. Shah, and Y. You), Proceedings of the Conference on Information Systems Applied Research, 2019.

A Neural Network Primer for USMA Cadets (joint with T. Bradley), Proceedings of the EDSIG conference, 2019.

A Case Study of the Noordin Network (joint with T. Russell), Proceedings of the BRIMS conference, 2019.

Predicting Bias in Machine Learned Classifiers Using Clustering (joint with J. Irwin, T. Russell, and R. Thomson), Proceedings of the BRIMS conference, 2018.