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Division of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Shamsi Moussavi

 Name: Shamsi Moussavi
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  Title:   Professor 






George Washington University - Project Management - Master Certificate 2000

Brown University - Providence, RI - Computer Science -    M.S. 1994

Rhode Island College - Providence, RI     Computer Science - B.A. 1991




Wellesley Hills




 (781) 239-2240 

As a full time professor at MassBay community College, Professor Moussavi has been involved in curriculum development (for cyber security and CS in general), advising computer club students, and research and implementation of virtual lab. Prior to teaching, Ms. Moussavi was principal software engineer at Verizon.

Awards: Recipient of the Richard Howland Award for Excellence in Computer Science, for being the top student in class.


Publications: Moussavi S., Sena G. (2012) “All-In-One Virtualized Laboratory”, Proceeding of SIGCSE 2012
Moussavi, S. (2000) “SafeT: A Secure Agent Framework Environment for Telecommunication”, Proceeding of 12th International Conference on Systems Research, Informatics and Cybernetics
Patent application submitted for SafeT (July 2000)
Primary investigator for Secure Agent Framework Environment for Telecommunication (SafeT) project, that apply security controls as software interface to secure the host machine from malicious mobile agents

Other: Member of ACM - Association for Computing Machinery
MassBay representative at National Cyberwatch Center  -, an Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Center