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Minhaz Zibran

Minhaz Zibran

Ph.D - Associate Professor

Office: Colonial Hall 229

(208) 282-7765




College of Science and Engineering

Computer Science



  • Ph.D. (Computer Science), University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 2014
  • M.Sc. (Computer Science), University of Lethbridge, Canada, 2007
  • B.Sc. (Computer Science and Information Technology), Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh, 2002.


Short Biography

Dr. Minhaz F. Zibran is an Associate Professor of Computer Science (CS) at the Idaho State University (ISU), USA. Before joining ISU, Minhaz was an Associate Professor at the University of New Orleans, USA.

His research in software engineering and cybersecurity fights software bugs and security vulnerabilities using program code analysis and manipulation while also taking into account the human factors that affect software quality. Minhaz has co-authored many scholarly articles (including a keynote paper) published in ACM and IEEE sponsored international conferences and reputed journals. His conference/workshop publications resulted in several best paper awards and journal invitations.

Minhaz also has experience of working in software industry in Canada and Bangladesh. Before joining ISU, he taught in several universities in the US, Canada, and Bangladesh.

Minhaz served in NSF grant review panel. He has been actively involved in organizing international conferences (e.g., MSR, ICDF2C, IWSC, SEMotion, AffectRE, ICPC, ICSM, SCAM) and in reviewing manuscripts submitted to reputed journals (e.g., IEEE Software, IEEE Security & Privacy, TOSEM, EMSE, JSS, IST, SQJ).