I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Security Lab (COSEC) at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. My PhD is funded by the Community of Madrid and European Union for the research project CIBERDINE. My main area of research is computer security. However, I am particularly interested in reverse engineering, malware analysis, and the study of protocols for secure communication using artificial intelligence tools and techniques. In addition, I am eager to tackle security issues from a multi-objective perspective, i.e. trying to deal with such problems by consuming the least possible amount of in hand resources. Currently, I am working on security analysis, malware analysis and risk management with a special focus on smartphone devices having the honor to be supervised by Dr. Juan Tapiador and Dr. Jose M. de Fuentes. I obtained a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering-Software in 2008 from Azad University, Mashhad Branch, Iran, and, subsequently, a M.Sc. in Computer Engineering-Artificial Intelligence in 2012 from the same university where I was supervised by Prof. Mohammad-R. Akbarzadeh-T. Additionally, I worked here for three years as a lecturer before joining my present research group at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. You can download my full CV from here.