Associate Professor, Department of Cyber Security Engineering
Building: Research Hall
Before joining the Department of Cyber Security Engineering at George Mason University as an adjunct faculty in 2022 and then as a full-time Associate Professor in 2023, Dr. Morsy served at various locations as senior system engineer and senior research scientist. He served as part-time faculty in electrical engineering and applied science at George Washington University (2002-2004), then as Department Chair of Electronics and Communications at ITT (2004-2016).
Dr. Morsy also served as an adjunct Professor at Fairfax University of America (formerly Virginia International University) (2009-2023), as adjunct faculty at ECPI University (2017-2020), and as adjunct professor at Northern Virginia Community College (2017-2023).
He also served as a member of the ITT National Electronics Curriculum Committee (2005-2016). He participated in the curriculum development of graduate and undergraduate CIS courses at Fairfax University of America and EE courses at NOVA.
Dr. Morsy has authored/coauthored several technical journal articles and conference papers (cited in the web IEEE). He received numerous teaching performance awards, certificates of outstanding achievements, and certificates of appreciation from the IEEE Communications Society.
He is a Life Senior Member of the IEEE. He is an Editor of the International Journal of Research Publications (IJRP)
He received his Doctor of Science (DSc) degree in Electrical Engineering and Communications from George Washington University, Washington DC, and his Master of Science (MSc) degree in Electrical Engineering and Microwaves from Assiut University, Egypt.
- PhD, Electrical and Communications, George Washington University