He is a world-renowned computer scientist with a proven track record of research and scholarly pursuits. He is famously known as the inventor of ‘Flight Data Tracker’ (US Patent Granted in 2017), an online ‘black-box’ for aircraft. He received his MS and Ph.D. (Computer Engineering) from Syracuse University, USA. He worked in Space Research Commission as Senior Engineer before joining academia.
In 1999, he accepted a position at the State University of New York, Fredonia, where he is presently offering services as the full-time Professor of Computer Science. Dr. Zubairi is a recipient of several grants and awards, including the Malaysian Government IRPA research award ($62k), NSF MACS grant ($400k), multiple SUNY scholarly incentive awards, and AURAK UAE grant. His research interests include network traffic engineering, network protocols, and IoT applications.
He has edited two books on network applications and security and has numerous publications, including book chapters, journal articles, and papers in conference proceedings. He has developed IDFA and TELIC tools for VLSI fault testing and network Traffic Engineering.