Mumin Cebe
Dr. Mumin CebeMarquette University

Cudahy Hall

MilwaukeeWI53201United States of America

Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science

Dr. Mumin is an Asst. Professor in the CS department at Marquette University. from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Florida International University. His responsibilities are teaching, research, service, and mentoring students. His research interests include blockchain, IoT security, cyber-physical systems security, medical devices security, and 5G security.

Research Interests

  • Security for critical infrastructure networks
  • Security of Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Blockchain and Data Security
  • 5G Security


  • 2022, “A survey on security issues in modern Implantable Devices: Solutions and future issues”, Emmanuel Kwarteng, Mumin Cebe. Elsevier Journal of Smart Healt
  • Cebe, M., Akkaya, K., Communication-efficient Certificate Revocation Management for AdvancedMetering Infrastructure, Elsevier Future Generation Computer System (Accepted-2020)
  • Kurt, A., Erdin, E., Cebe, M., Akkaya, K. and Uluagac, A.S., LNBot: A Covert Hybrid Botnet on Bitcoin Lightning Network, European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS) conference, (Accepted-2020)
  • Erdin, E., Cebe, M., Akkaya, K., Solak, S., Bulut, E. and Uluagac, S, A Bitcoin payment network with reduced transaction fees and confirmation times. Computer Networks, 172, (2020)
  • Gabay, D., Akkaya, K. and Cebe, M., Privacy-preserving Authentication scheme for Connected Electric Vehicles Using Blockchain and Zero-Knowledge Proofs. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, (2020)
  • Mercan, S., Cebe, M., Tekiner, E., Akkaya, K., Chang, M. and Uluagac, S., A Cost-efficient IoT Forensics Framework with Blockchain, IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, (2020)

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Department of Computer Science
Katharine R. Cudahy Hall, Room 201
1313 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53233
(414) 288-8600

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