Serguei A. Mokhov had obtained his PhD from Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where he completed his bachelor's and master's degrees in Computer Science and Information Systems Security.
Dr. Mokhov's diverse research interests include intensional programming, distributed and autonomic computing, digital forensics, information systems security, AI, software engineering, and computer graphics. His PhD dissertation had to do with Intensional Cyberforensics.
Dr. Mokhov's current R&D projects focus around multiple aspects of the Forensic Lucid specification and evaluation language for digital investigations as well as open source tools based on the Modular Audio Recognition Framework (MARF), such as MARFCAT and MARFPCAT for code and network pattern analysis and classification, and the General Intensional Programming System (GIPSY). He extensively collaborates with Dr. Miao Song on the interdisciplinary Illimitable Space System (ISS) for real-time interactive graphics for performance arts having received coverage in Montreal and abroad.
At Champlain's Montreal campus he is currently is teaching Linux/Unix Programming. Dr. Mokhov is also an an Affiliate Assistant Professor (since January 2014), a part-time faculty member at the Computer Science and Software Engineering department at Concordia since 2003 having taught many courses on various subjects in computer science and software engineering at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He is currently involved with Drs. Miao Song, Peter Grogono and Sudhir Mudur in developing a Diploma in Entertainment Technology program at Concordia among other things.