Dr Anas M.R. AlSobeh (AlSubh)
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Former Director of the Refugees, Displaced Persons, and Forced Migration Studies Centre
P.O. Box 4762, Postal Code 21163 Irbid, Jordan
Office Location : Al Khawarzmi Bldg (Room 506) Tel : 7211111 ext 3385'
Love teaching, programming and problem solving, passionate to learn new languages and tools.
Experience as a .NET developer and Java Eclipse developed a real-world web application, and familiar with the Software Life Cycle Development and design patterns.
Interested in Distributed systems, Distributed Transaction Processing Systems, Cloud Computing, and Web development, Aspect-Oriented Programming, Web Security.
Like research that explores how a combination of software system architectures, automated software tools, and empirically derived programming guidelines can assist the programmer in developing and optimizing with the focus on Object-Oriented Programming, Aspect-Oriented Programming, Design Patterns, Software quality, information quality, and data analytics over large-scale distributed information systems like the Web, and Social Media.
Like movies, nature, swimming, traveling and volunteering work
· Web Programming and Modeling (HTML5, PHP, C#, Visual Paradigm, Oracle, MySql Database, etc.)
· Web Applications, Dynamic Programming, Software Systems Patterns
· Software architecture
· Software implementation
· Software development
· Software testing
· Skilled with analytical software
· Software application testing
· Experience with design software
· Software development lifecycles
· Knowledge of modeling software
· Web development
· Web development projects
· Web technologies and services
· Web application development
· Web development technologies
· Front-end web languages
· Web development expertise
· Web application implementation
· Web platform development
· Web-based software engineering
· Website optimization
· Data security
· Communication skills
· Training system scope
· Data analysis
· Database design
· W3C DOM methods
- Reviewed program materials and coordinated updates to keep department materials relevant and accurate.
- Actively participated in the development and implementation of curriculum and instructional modules to help streamline incoming freshmen’s placement into appropriate Web and Information System courses.
- Maintained classroom structure and student engagement.
- Developed curriculum according to Yarmouk University standards.
- Performed academic background reviews to develop tailored lessons based on student needs.
Director of the Refugees, Displaced Persons, Forced Migration Studies Center
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Phone/Whatsup: +962 791544310
Summary: Yarmouk University
Yarmouk University (YU) was founded in 1976 with a mission to provide quality education to its students in the various fields of specializations at the BSc, MSc, and PhD levels, by developing competencies in various fields of science and knowledge through providing distinguished education and producing of innovative scientific research that serves the community and contributes to building knowledge economy by creating a university environment that stimulates creativity, through freedom of expression and responding to the demands of society and scientific development.
YU found that this cannot be done without international collaboration with leading schools, worldwide. Collaboration forms include the development and implementation of joint projects that can establish new structures and/or policies or modernize existing ones. Other forms include exchanging students to pursue graduate studies and exchanging academic and administrative staff for knowledge transfer via sharing projects development and implementations. One ultimate objective is to fuel the economic growth and development of Jordan, and that would also contribute to human welfare and prosperity in its wider context.
YU has 63 bachelor's, 67 masters, and 18 Ph.D. programs located in 15 faculties. It has also 18 research and service centers, including the quality and academic development center and the Refugees, Displaced Persons, and Forced Migration Studies Centre. Student enrolment at YU is approximately 30,000 students in the undergraduate programs and is approximately 5,000 students in the graduate programs. It has also approximately 1200 teaching staff and 1400 administrative staff. The instruction language in most fields of study of Yarmouk University is English. YU is established by the Refugees, Displaced Persons, and Forced Migration Studies Center (RDFMSC), July 1997. The Center is considered an extension of the refugees and displaced Studies Program, which was founded at the university on 12th, July 1992. The Center is mainly funded by YU and other contributions of regional and international organizations. The Deanship of Academic Research and Higher Studies also allocates an annual budget for research conducted by the Center. YU strives to raise the awareness of refugees issues and to conduct studies, research, and projects and it holds conferences, symposiums, and workshops related to the issue of refugees. The center aims to provide the values of tolerance and coexistence and to spread them throughout society. Respecting the diversity of multiple opinions, leaning to moderate points of view, and avoiding extremism. Raising awareness, hope, leniency, equity, and credibility in all aspects of life. Raising local awareness of refugees' conditions and their humanitarian needs. Publishing the results of scientific research with optimum credibility and transparency.
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