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Dr Abdallah Mohammad Abualkishik

Dr Abdallah Mohammad Abualkishik
Assistant Professor
Phone: +968 26850100 Extn: 539
Location: Rustaq building, Office no: F02-03

Abdallah Mohammad Abualkishik is currently an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, at Sohar University. He received his B.S. degree in Computer Science in 2004 from Jarash University, Jordan. His M.Sc. degree in Intelligent Systems was obtained in 2007 from North Malaysia University (UTARA), Malaysia. Subsequently, he obtained his PhD in Artificial Intelligence & Software Engineering in 2011 from Malaysia National University (UKM), Malaysia. Afterwards, Dr Abualkishik worked as a Post-doctoral Fellow for one year at UKM, and then as a Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Supervisor at UNITEN for two years. Currently, Dr Abualkishik is a Program Coordinator for the Network & Database program at SU. He has international certificates in Computer Networks from Huawei (HCIA & HCIA). Dr Abualkishik has good teaching skills; he was awarded the Vice Chancellor's Outstanding Teaching Award (2021-2022). He has published many research papers of good quality in different fields of Computer Science under SCOPUS and ISI databases. Dr Abualkishik has also received many research grants (with a value of more than 40,000 OMR) from the Oman Research Council. His research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Information Technologies, the Internet of Things, and Smart Systems to solve real-life and community problems in various domains.

  • Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence & Software Engineering, Malaysia National University (UKM), Malaysia, 2011.
  • Master in Intelligent System, North Malaysia University (UTARA), Malaysia, 2007.
  • Bachelor in Computer Science, Jarash University, Jordan, 2004.​​
  • Routing & Switching - (CISCO, & Huawei)
  • Information Security
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Digital forensic
  • Information technologies 
  • Internet of things 
  • Smart systems to solve real-life and community problems​
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