Assistant Professor / Teaching
Building: Research Hall
Omoche Cheche Agada is an Assistant Professor in the Information Sciences and Technology program in the School of Computing, College of Engineering and Computing, George Mason University. His research interest is at the intersection of Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Data Science, and Machine Learning. His current research focuses on extracting and analyzing data patterns created by deleted and decaying digital files, and their application in digital forensics investigations to reconstruct previous user activity. Cheche received a PhD in Information Technology from George Mason University, an MSc in Digital Forensics from George Mason University, an MSc in Computer and Information Sciences from Southern Arkansas University, and a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.
- PhD, Information Technology, George Mason University