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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

أسئلة شائعة


 

 

Dr. Abdullah Alghamdi

 

 

 

 

 

EDUCATION:

 

Post Doc. in Web Engineering, MCRLab, Ottawa University, Ottawa, Canada.  

Visiting Professor, SITE, Ottawa University

2004 - 2005

 

Ph.D. in Computer Science, Software Engineering (MetaCASE tools), Department of Computer Science, Sheffield University, UK.

1993 - 1997

 

M.Sc. in Software Systems Technology, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, UK.

1992 - 1993

 

 

B.Sc. in Computer Science- Information Systems, College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

1987 – 1991

 

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

 

        · Assistant Professor Department of Information Systems, College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud University.  

        · Part-time consultant, Riyadh Water Department.

        · Part-time IT Consultant, Tamimi Consulting, IT Strategic Planning Project for  Saudi Arabian National Guard.

        · Part-Time IT Consultant, General Supervisor, Orbits Training International.

        · Head of the Post Graduate Studies Committee, CCIS, KSU.

        · Head of the CCIS Cultural Activities Committee.

        · Member of the Students Fund Council.

1997 to Present

 

        · Head of Staff Training Committee, KSU.

        · Training Optimization Committee (Member), Microsoft Arabia.

        · Chairman of Oracle Training Programs, CCIS, KSU.

        · Head of Training Track  Committee, Saudi National Computer Exhibition.

 

2002 – 2004 

 

Involved in a number of consulting projects:

  • Consultant, IBM,  STC Telecommunication Extension Project
  • Head of Information Systems Committee, KSU.
  • Project Leader in the Ministry of Transport Re-engineering project.
  • Team member in the Red Crescent Society  IT project Team.
  • Business Analyst in the “Unified Commercial Number” Project in the Ministry of Commerce.

1998 –1999

 

Teaching Assistant - Department of Information Systems, College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud University. Taught Courses include Systems Analysis and Design, Data Base Management Systems, Decision Support Systems and  Office Automation.

1991 – 1997

 

Teaching Assistant - Department of Computer Sciences, University of Sheffield, UK. Taught Courses include C++, DataBase Management Systems, Systems Analysis and Design.

1993 – 1995

 

Senior Programmer- GeoSurvey, Saudi Military Survey: Graphical Application Development using C and Intergraph toolkits.

1990 – 1991

 

 Programmer- Alyamamah Cement Company: Application Development using COBOL on IBM MVS mainframe.

1988 – 1989

 

System Analyst-  Saudi Telecom, Riyadh: Application Development using COBOL.

 

1988 – 1988

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:

 

  • Supervising the following master and undergraduate projects

Post-Graduate Projects :

1.       “Web Enabled CASE tools”, By W. ALBuraih, A Thesis Submitted for the degree of Master in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems, KSU, 1999.

2.       “OO repository for Web based CASE tool” By F. Alagel, , A Thesis Submitted for the degree of Master in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems, KSU, 1999.

3.       “Using UML to develop a web based Curriculum design tools”, Abeer Alshaye. A Thesis Submitted for the degree of Master in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems, KSU, 2000.

4.       “A framework for evaluating UML-based CASE tools supporting Web Application Development”,By H. AlMuharib, A Thesis Submitted for the degree of Master in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems, KSU, 2003.

5.       “UML-Based Web Engineering Process”, By A. AlAmri, A Thesis Submitted for the degree of Master in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems, KSU, 2004.

6.       “UML-Based Web Engineering CASE Tools Evaluation for E-Government”, By A. Althunayan, A Thesis Submitted for the degree of Master in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems, KSU, 2004.

Graduation Projects:

7.        “Claim Processing System for SAMA”: Graduation project, 1998.

8.       “Registration System for the Deanship of Admission and registration KSU”: Graduation project, 1998.

9.        “Admission System for the Deanship of Admission and registration KSU”: Graduation project, 1998.

10.    “Documentation Support System for the Deanship of Library Affairs, KSU”: Graduation project, 1999.

11.    “Manuscripts Support System for the Deanship of Library Affairs, KSU”: Graduation project, 1999.

12.    “Periodicals Support System for the Deanship of Library Affairs, KSU”: Graduation project, 1999.

13.    “Publication Support System for the Deanship of Library Affairs, KSU”: Graduation project, 1999.

14.     “Evaluation of CASE tools usage in Saudi Arabia”: Graduation project, 2001.

15.    “On-Line Registration system for private training center”: Graduation project, 2003.

16.    “Applying Web Engineering technique on a small E-government project”, 2004.

 

·         Teaching: Taught Courses include:

MSc. Courses: Object Oriented Systems Development (master course), Requirements Engineering and Web engineering Management Information Systesms..

       Undergraduate Courses: Systems Analysis and Design, Data Base Management Systems, Project Management, Software Engineering, Office Automation.

 

 

 

Publications:

 

 

 

        · A. Alghamdi "Common Characteristics Required for Automated Web Engineering Environments",  iiWAS, The 7th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services, 19-21 September 2005, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

        · A. Alghamdi, “Assessing the usability of a Web engineering process for a medium sized E-government System”,   Saudi E-Commerce Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, April 2004.

        · A. Alghamdi “Repository data model for UML-based Software Engineering Over the Internet”,  Software engineering over the Internet  workshop, Sheffield University, UK, 2000,

        · A. Alghamdi "Providing Persistency for CASE Objects", a paper presented in the Computer Networking and Distributed Database Symposium, Chamber of Commerce , Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia, March 1998.

        · A. Alghamdi, G Manson and S. North, . "Core Objects Required for a generic CASE Repository", Proceedings of the Method Engineering ‘96, Proceedings of IFIP 8.1/8.2 Working Conference on Method Engineering, S. Brinkkemper et al (Ed.), Chapman-Hall, pp. 35-38, 1996..

 

        · A. Alghamdi, “A Generic Information Architecture for a MetaCASE Environment", Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Sheffield University, 1997

        · A. Alghamdi, "MetaModeling in a MetaCASE  Environment", Technical report, Department of   Computer Science, Sheffield University, 1995.

        · A. Alghamdi, "Saudi Arabian Culture Bureau Support System “SACB-SS”", a Master Thesis Submitted to the Department of Computer Science, University of  Sheffield, UK 1993.

        · A. Alghamdi, "Radio Broadcast Planning and Running Information Systems". A project report submitted as a partial requirement for the degree of B.Sc., Department of Information Systems, College of Computer and Information Science, King Saud University 1991.

Publications to be submitted soon:

A. Alghamdi, “Requirements of Web Engineering Environment”

 

 

 

Sabbatical

 

I am currently spending my sabbatical leave in Ottawa University, SITE, MCRLab, with Prof. A. El Saddik. My plan during this sabbatical is publish a number of joint papers on the area of Web Engineering as follows:

Papers:

       1.   A. Alghamdi and A. Elsadik “AWEM Evaluation framework for E-Learning Systems”

2. A. Alghamdi and  A. Elsadik “AWEM Evaluation framework for E-Commerce Systems”

3.  A. Alghamdi and A. El Saddik “AWEM Evaluation for E-Government Application”

Book: A. Alghamdi and A. Elsaddik “Automated Web Engineering Methodologies for Web Applications”, Text Book for Post graduate studies. 

 

Moreover, I am also co-supervising the following projects:

  1. “Evaluating IBM-Rational suite as an AWEM for E-Learning application development”, Master thesis, by Mr. Nassib
  2. “Evaluating IBM-Rational suite as an AWEM for E-Commerce application development, a case study on .NET”,  Graduation project, By ale gebeleize
  3. “Evaluating IBM-Rational suite as an AWEM for E-Commerce application development, a case study on Java”,  Graduation project, By Mathew Pelow.

 

HONORS:

 

Horner Degree, B.Sc., KSU

Distinction Award for  M. Sc. Thesis, Sheffield University.

Distinction Award for PhD Thesis, Sheffield University.

KSU Scholarship for PhD

KSU. Scholarship for MSc

 

 

Membership

 

Senior Member, IEEE

Saudi Computer Society

 

Certification

 

IBM Rational Unified Process Specialist

Microsoft Certified Application Developer

Oracle Certified Professional, Designer 2000

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