Koksal Mus’ research and teaching interests focus on Cybersecurity and Cryptography and extend to hardware programming in computer engineering. He is passionate about helping students grasp theoretical subjects and implementing them through hands-on projects in a student-centered classroom by using deep pedagogy. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and expertise with undergrads and grads on various levels in his classes. Prof. Mus also conducts research on standardization of Quantum Computer Resistant Security by building the cybersecurity standards of the future and recently got published in top-tier conferences in the field such as Computer and Communications Security (CCS), and Symposium on Security and Privacy (Euro S&P). He is also a patent-holder on verifiable internet voting which provides digital security through personal computers.