Science, Technology and Mathematics Division 

 

The Division of Science, Technology and Mathematics of the American University of Afghanistan has highly qualified and experienced faculty with a diverse background. It serves the best interests of AUAF and the higher education of Afghanistan.

The Division offers a state-of-the-art degree in Information Technology. It also provides courses in science, mathematics, statistics, quantitative analysis and information technology to students of other divisions and departments. The Division is also in charge of the preparation and running of Mathematics and Information Technology Placement Tests, and it is responsible for two computer laboratories, which are used both for teaching and for students practice.


Full Time Science, Technology, and Mathematics Division Faculty
  • Dr. Maria del Mar de Fez Laso, Chair and Professor of Physics, Mathematics and Business

    Professor of Physics, Mathematics and Business

    Chair of the Science, Information Technology and Mathematics Department

    Education

    Doctorate in Physics, 1994

    Apto cum Laude por Unanimidad and Premio Extraordinario, Universitat de Valencia, Spain

    Examen de Grado, 1990

    Universitat de Valencia, Spain (Master by Research Equivalent)

    Bachelor of Science (BSc), Physics, 1989

    Universitat de Valencia, Spain (1st and 2nd Bologna cycles)

    Specialization

    Experimental Particle Physics, Investment Banking, Instrumentation, Outreach

  • Dr. Bello Makama, Associate Professor of Chemistry

    Associate Professor of Chemistry

    Department of Mathematics and Science 

    Research Associate, Howard University, Washington DC, USA

    Certificate in Teaching, London Teacher Training College, London, United Kingdom

    PhD, Chemistry, University of Reading, Whiteknights, United Kingdom

    BSc, MSc, Chemistry, Bayero University, Kano State, Nigeria Bachelor's Degree

    Dr. Makama is an outstanding scientist in the field of Organic/Medicinal Chemistry. He is an advanced degree professional in this field by virtue of his Ph. D. from the University of Reading, White-knights United Kingdom. Dr. Makama has over 15 years of professional experience in teaching/chemical laboratories in diversified areas and roles. He is a chemist with extensive experience in various methodologies of medicinal chemistry, natural products isolation and drug discovery, including organic synthesis, structure-activity relationship (SAR) studies, lead compound optimization, and assay development. Dr. Makama’s work revolves around synthetic methodologies and their application in the Synthesis of Natural Products. Dr. Makama also has interest in the Lewis acids catalyzed Homogenous Transesterification of waste oil; an efficient strategy for the production of biodiesel. Dr. Makama is also involved in the area of isolation and characterization of active compounds for medicinal purposes especially: The anti neuro-degenerative disorders and the anti-cancer approach

    Dr. Makama is a Fellow of the International Science Congress Association (FISCA) which requires outstanding achievements of its members, as judged by recognized national or international experts in the field of expertise. Dr. Makama is also a member of the American Chemical Society and Nigerian Chemical Society.  Dr. Makama is currently an editor for three different International Journals. (i) Research Journal of Chemical Science. (ii) Research Journal for Recent Science. (iii) Techno Science Africana

    Selected Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals

    1. Adavances in lactone Chemistry; Bello Y. Makama, Chemical Revieews,  to Appear
    2. Synthesis and Physicochemical study of methyl ester (Biodiesel) from Black and Castor seed oil admixture;Bello Y. Makama, Res. J. of Physical Science to Appear
    3. Stereoselective Synthesis of Bicyclic Lactones by Annelation with Diester and Methyl bromoacetate; Bello Y. Makama, American Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2(6), 2012, 127-131. 
    4. Effect of Temperature on the transesterification of Cod Liver oil; Makama, B. Y., Res.J.Chem.Sci., 2(7), 2012, 82-84.
    5. Samarium (II) Iodide Mediated Synthesis of 3,5-dimethyl-hexahydrocyclopenta[b]furnan-2-one; Makama, B. Y., Research Journal of Recent Sciences,1(7), 2012, 87-89.
    6. Synthesis of tetrahydro-cyclopenta[b]furan-2,4-dione via  photochemical dimerization of ketene; Makama, B. Y., Int. J. Chem. Sci., 5, (1), 2012,  56-57.
    7. Regioselective Synthesis of γ-Butenoildes Mediated by Silvertrifluroacetate with β-Halo Acetals; Bello Y. Makama,Research Journal of Recent Sciences, 1(1), 2012, 85-88.
    8. Synthesis of 3-methyl 2-(tert-butyldimethylsiloxy)furan; Makama, B. Y., Int. J. Chem. Sci., 4 (2), 2011, 222-225.
    9. Funtionalization of AB-Ring Systems: An efficient Protocol towards Tricyclic Lactones; B. Y. Makama. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 7 (3), 2011, 281-285.
    10. Synthesis and Calorific Value of Biodiesel by Methanolysis of Castor and Olive Oils in Admixture; 1Bello Y. Makama, 2Bankefa Temitope, 2Nwaeburu Clifford and 2Linus N. Okoro. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 5(11), 2011, 874-878.
    11. Transesterification Castor Oil and Palm oil in Admixture; B. Y. Makama. International Journal of Chemical Science and Technology, 1(4), 2011, 116-120.
    12. Synthesis, Calorimetric and Viscometric Study of Groundnut oil Biodiesel and Blends; Linus N. Okoro, Sedoo V. Belaboh, Nwamaka R. Edoye, Bello Y. Makama, Res. J. Chem. Sci., Vol. 1(3), 2011
    13. Ring expansions using Baeyer-Villager oxidation: An efficient strategy for the construction of substituted AB-ring systems; Bello Y. Makama,Org. Commun., 2010, 3(4), 84-91.
    14. Preparation of Bicyclic Lactone using Lewis Acids CatalyzedEne-Reaction; Makama, B. Y., Science World Journal, 5 (1), 2010, 15-16.
    15. Synthetic Approach to an Enantio-Enriched Tricyclic Core in Brasoside; Makama, B. Y., Science World Journal, 5(1), 2010, 26-31.
    16. An Efficient Access to Tricycliclactones Ring Systems via a Three Step Protocol of Chiral γ-Keto-Acid; Makama, B. Y.,Int. J. Chem. Sci. Vol 3 No. 2, 2010, 283-288.
    17. Synthetic Methodologies of an Enantioenrich Lactone. The 35th Annual International Conference, Workshop & Exhibition of the Chemical Society Conference of Nigeria. 17th – 21st September 2012.
    18. Synthetic Methods towards Natural Products of Medicinal Importance: the Antidegenerative Disorders Approach. Department of Chemistry Seminar Series. 7th May 2012. Kano University of Science and Technology.
    19. Synthetic Approaches towards the Tricyclic lactones. The 11th International Chemistry Conference & Exhibition in Africa; 20-23 November 2010, Luxor Egypt.
    20. Synthetic Approaches towards the tricyclic core in Brasoside.  The 34th Annual International Conference of the Chemical Society Conference of Nigeria. 19th – 23rd September 2011.
    21. University of Reading, United Kingdom, Research Day, July 2007.
    22. University of Reading United Kingdom, Research Day, June 2008.
  • Dr. Roza Pavlova , Associate Professor of Mathematics and STEM

    Associate Professor of Mathematics and STEM

    Department of Science and Mathematics

    PhD in Engineering and Industrial Applied Mathematics, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (UCTM), Sofia, Bulgaria

    BSc, MSc in Process Automation Engineering, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (UCTM), Sofia, Bulgaria

    Specialization:

    Dr. Pavlova has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience from universities in Bulgaria, Greece, West Germany, Namibia, New Zealand, Oman and Saudi Arabia. She has specialized in the teaching of Engineering Mathematics, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Foundation Mathematics, Mathematical Modeling and Optimization.

    Research Interests:

    Dr. Pavlova's research interest involves the Application of Mathematics and Statistics to Engineering, Mathematical Modeling, Optimization and Optimal Control, Global Optimization, Multi-criteria Optimization, Optimization under Uncertainty, Optimal Decision Making, Quality Control, Environmental Management, Monitoring and Control, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development.

    Publications

    1. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. On the Problem of Optimization under Uncertainty, Annual of the UCTM - Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria, v. 25, 2, 1978, p. 237.
    2. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. Estimation of the Weight Coefficients of Uncertain Parameters, Annual of the UCTM - Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria, v. 27, 1, 1980, p. 68.
    3. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. Optimal Design of Chemical Objects under Parameter Uncertainty, Preprints of the 13-th European Symposium on Routine Calculationsand Use of Computers in Chemical Engineering EFCE, CHEMPLANT' 80, Sept.1980, Heviz, Hungary, Publ. Ser. No. 10, v. 2, p. 1061.
    4. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. Optimization of a Multistage Technological Process with Uncertain Parameters, Preprints of the 14-th Symposium on Routine ComputerPrograms and Use of Computers in Chemical Engineering EFCE CHEMCONTROL' 81, Sept.1981, Laxenburg, near Vienna, Austria, Publ. Ser. No. 17, p. 172.
    5. R. Pavlova, G. Toneva, D. Damgaliev.Optimization under Uncertainty of aDesorption Column based on Approximation of the Objective Function through Experimental Design, Preprints of the International Congress on Organization,Automation and Experimental Design, Rousse, Bulgaria, v. 3, 1981, p. 193.
    6. S.Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. Computer Program System for Optimization under Uncertainty, International Bulletin of Chemical Industry, v. 5, 1981, p. 25.
    7. B. Bojnov, R. Pavlova., S. Stoyanov. Optimal Construction of Disc  Maxillary Brakes by Repeated Short Temporary Regimes under Uncertainty, Journal of Mechanical Engineering, Bulgaria, 9, 1981, p. 409.
    8. R. Pavlova, G. Toneva.Optimal Control of a Desorption Technological Systemunder Uncertainty based on Optimal Experimental Design, Preprints of theInternational Congress on Statistical Methods in the Research of Experiments and Quality Control, Varna, Bulgaria, v. 3, 1986, p. 128.
    9. R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov, Tz. Djonov, I. Angelov.Optimization of the Quality ofNitric Steels under Uncertainty, Journal of Mechanical Engineering, Bulgaria, 12,1987, p. 538.
    10. I. Bojov, G. Toneva, R. Pavlova, N. Ganev. Optimization under Uncertainty of Model Parameters of an Industrial Desorption Column, Preprints of the Polish -Bulgarian Seminar, Lodz, Poland, 1980.
    11. G. Toneva, R. Pavlova, I. Bojov, S. Stoyanov. Optimization of an Industrial Desorption Column under Parameter Uncertainty, Preprints of the 7-thInternational Congress on Chemical Engineering, Chemical Equipment, Design and Automation CHISA' 81, Praha, Czechoslovakia, E. 4.27, 1981.
    12. R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov.Optimization of Technological Objects under ParameterUncertainty as a Multi-criteria Problem, Preprints of the 7-th International Congress onChemical Engineering, Chemical Equipment, Design and Automation CHISA' 81, Praha, Czechoslovakia, K. 6.7, 1981.
    13. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova, G. Toneva. Comparative Analysis of Optimization Strategies under Parameter Uncertainty, Annual of the UCTM - Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria, v. 29, 4,1983, p. 48.
    14. G. Toneva, R. Pavlova, I. Bojov. Optimal Steady State Control of a Desorption Technological System, Preprints of the International Congress on Control and Automationof Technological Systems, Varna, Bulgaria, Oct. 1985.
    15. I. Bojov, S. Stoyanov, D. Tchavdarov, R. Pavlova. Decentralized Microprocessor System for Control of Polyethylene Production under High Pressure, Preprints of theInternational Congress on Control and Automation of Technological Systems, Varna, Bulgaria, Oct. 1985.
    16. J. Tellalyan, R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov, E. Panchev. Dialogue Computer Program System for Processing of Experimental Data and Mathematical Modeling, Preprints ofthe Scientific Research Conference, UCTM - Sofia, Bulgaria, 1986.
    17. I. Angelov, V. Christov, R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov. Mathematical Modeling of the Hardness of Glazed Tile - Standards by Rockwell, Journal of MechanicalEngineering, Bulgaria, 4, 1989, p. 162.
    18. J. Pavlova, S. Bojadjieva, R. Pavlova. Influence of the Calcium Carbonate Content in Ceramics on the Phase Formation and Frost Resisting of Ceramics, Journal of BuildingMaterials, Bulgaria, 1989, p. 34.
    19. S. Stoyanov, B. Bojnov, R. Pavlova. Optimal Design under Parameter Uncertainty of Disc - Maxillary Brakes by Repeated Short Temporary Regimes, Annual of the TU -Gabrovo, Gabrovo, Bulgaria, v. 13, 1, 1990, p. 34.
    20. R. Pavlova, D. Asparuhova.Mathematical Modeling and Optimal Control underUncertainty of a Hydrometallurgical Process for Sorption Extracting of Valuable Component from Poor Ore Pulps or Solutions, Journal of Metallurgy, Bulgaria, 2, 1990,p. 34
    21. R. Pavlova, D. Kambourov.Mathematical Modeling of Exploitation Characteristicsof Disc - Maxillary Brakes with Constant Power Magnet, Journal of MechanicalEngineering, Bulgaria, 10, 1990, p. 439.
    22. T. Konstantinova, G. Tzaneva, R. Pavlova. On the Synthesis of Amino-triazine Derivatives and the Possibility for their Optimization, Preprints of the 8-th Congress on Chemistry and Agriculture AGRICHEM'90, Czechoslovak Scientific and Technical Society, v. 2, 1990, p. 121.
    23. R. Pavlova, Z. Litovski, V. Lasheva.Mathematical Modeling andOptimization of Production of Chemical - Mechanical Mass from Poplar Wood Pulp through Processing with Green Lye, Journal ofCellulose and Paper, Bulgaria, 4, 1991, p. 18.
    24. R. Pavlova.Optimization of Metallurgical Objects and Systems under ParameterUncertainty, Journal of Metallurgy, Bulgaria, 6, 1996, p. 8.
    25. N. Kozarev, R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov. Optimal Petroleum Distillation in Industrial Plants, Preprints of the International Congress on Systems Modelingand Control, Zakopane, Poland, v. 2, Oct. 1995, p. 84.
    26. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova, G. Bafas. Heuristic Ranking of Uncertain Parameters for Optimal Control, Preprints of the International Congress on Systems Modeling andControl, Zakopane, Poland, v. 2, Oct. 1995, p. 108.
    27. S. Bencheva, N. Ivanova, R. Pavlova, V. Vulchev. Optimization of the Composition of Printing Paper using Styrol - Axrilate Dispersions, Journal of Cellulose and Paper, Bulgaria, 6, 1998, p. 19.
    28. D. Asparuchova, R. Pavlova. Optimization of Technological Processes under Parameter Uncertainty, Journal of Technical Thought, Bulgaria, 1, 1999, p. 28.
    29. R. Pavlova.Solving of Optimization Problems with Functional Constraints underUncertainty, Journal of Chemistry and Industry, Bulgaria, 6, 1999, p. 31.
    30. R. Pavlova.Mathematical Modeling and Optimization of an Aggregate for ContinuousDown Warming of Cold Cylinder Sheet Iron, Preprints of the National Congress onControl of Technological Processes, UCTM - Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 1999.
    31. S. Stoyanov, J. Tellalyan, R. Pavlova. Expert System for Process Optimization, Preprints of the National Congress on Mathematics and Mathematical Education, Sofia, Bulgaria, April 1997, p.145.
    32. D. Tzolova, R. Pavlova, Z. Litovski. Mathematical Modeling and Optimization of Industrial Process of Cellulose from Poplar Wood using Natronic Method, Journal of Cellulose and Paper, Bulgaria, 2, 2000, p. 23.
    33. G. Bafas, R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov. Mathematical Modeling and Optimization under Uncertainty of a Wine Production Process, NTUA Per., Athens, Greece, 1999.
    34. R. Pavlova, S. Stoyanov, G. Bafas, A. Taprantzis.Mathematical Modeling and Optimizationunder Uncertainty of Wine Distillation Products, Preprints of the International Congress onSystem Modeling and Control, Lodz, Zakopane, Poland, v. 5, 2000, p. 157.
    35. S. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. Annual Report for EU TEMPUS Projects on Environmental Monitoring, Control and Health in Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2001 - 2002.
    36. Stoyanov, R. Pavlova. Annual Report of EU TEMPUS Projects on Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development in Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2003 - 2004.
    37. R. Pavlova. Annual Reports of International MSc Degree Program in EnvironmentalProtection and Sustainable Development at the University of Namibia (International Project under the SIMDAS Flagship Programme of UNESCO), Windhoek, Namibia, 2008 – 2011.
  • Dr. Jimbo Claver, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics

    JSPS, Post - Doctorate Training, 2001

    Times Series Analysis and Applications in Finance, Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan

     

    Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 2000

    Modelling and Simulation of a Class of Discrete Random Variables, Moscow State University, Russia

     

    Msc ,Bsc in Applied Mathematics, 1997

    Martingale Measures and Applications in Finance, Moscow State University, Russia

     

    Specialization: Mathematics, Statistics

     

    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jimbo_Claver

  • Dr. Sorina Popescu, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics

    Phd., MA and BA in Physics, Bucharest University, Romania; MBA, Webster University Geneva, Switzerland

     

     

     

    Comes to AUAF from CERN and Fermilab, the world-reknown participle physics laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland.  A physicist / scientific researcher with expertise in research & development and advanced data modelling & structuring, has over 50 peer-reviewed articles, collaborative reports and conference procedings, a body of work that represents major contributions in the field. Affiliations have included Kansas University, USA/Switzerland; Berne University, Switzerland; Texas Tech University, USA/Switzerland; and Heidelberg University, Germany/Switzerland. Has recently branched into Block Chain Technology in the context of finance and business, leveraging also extensive management experience of large and complex projects. Has managed MA and Phd students, written textbooks and has extensive experience presenting to large and small scientific communities as well as for large public audience, such as high school and scientific TV shows as a recognised teaching and science speaker in the fields of mathematics and physics.

  • Asadullah Jawid, Assistant Professor of Mathematics

    Phd. (ABD) in Quantitative Economics, University of Kiel; MBA, Bakhter University; MS in Mathematics, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University: BA in Mathematics, Kabul University

     

    Comes to AUAF from CERN and Fermilab, the world-reknown participle physics laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland.  A physicist / scientific researcher with expertise in research & development and advanced data modelling & structuring, has over 50 peer-reviewed articles, collaborative reports and conference procedings, a body of work that represents major contributions in the field. Affiliations have included Kansas University, USA/Switzerland; Berne University, Switzerland; Texas Tech University, USA/Switzerland; and Heidelberg University, Germany/Switzerland. Has recently branched into Block Chain Technology in the context of finance and business, leveraging also extensive management experience of large and complex projects. Has managed MA and Phd students, written textbooks and has extensive experience presenting to large and small scientific communities as well as for large public audience, such as high school and scientific TV shows as a recognised teaching and science speaker in the fields of mathematics and physics.

  • Dr Aissa Boudjella, Associate Professor of Information Technology and Mathematics

    Ph.D in Electrical Engineering/Physics, 1995

    Tokyo City University, Tokyo, Japan

     

     Master's degree in Electrical Engineering/Physics, 1992

     Tokyo City University, Tokyo, Japan

     

    Magister in Electrical Engineering/Physics, 1988

    University of Sciences and Technology/Oran/Algeria

     

    Bachelor's degree in Electrical Enginering, 1981

    University of Sciences and Technology/Oran/Algeria

     

    Specialization: Nanotechnology, gas Discharges, Applied mathematics, Renewable energy, Image Processing, Applied physics, High voltage

     

    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Hgdz7fMAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=1

  • Dr. Ala Abdulhakim, Assistant Professor of Information Technology

    Dr. Ala Abdulhakim Abdulaziz

    Assistant Professor 

    Doctorate in Computer Science / Information Security, 2016

    Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

     

    Master in Computer Science / Information Security, 2012

    Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

     

    Bachelor of Computer Science / Information Security, 2010

    MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY,Malaysia

    Specializations:

    Data Structure, Introduction to c programming, Java Programming, Introduction to Python, Database Concept, Mobile Application Development, Advanced Database, Network security, Computer security, Computer Networks, Web System and E-Business Biometrics Technology, Introduction to Computer and Artificial Intelligence.

    Research:

    His research interests include a variety of topics in the areas of Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, Biometrics Technology, Database systems, Watermarking, Digital Steganography, Pattern recognition, Computer Security, Cryptography, Network security and Computer programming.

    Publications:

    1. Alariki, A. A. and Manaf, A. A. (2014). Investigation of Touch-Based User Authentication Features Using Android Smartphone. Advanced Machine Learning Technologies and Applications.(135-144). journal of communications in computer and information science. (ISI/SCOPUS/Springer Cited Publication)
    2. Alariki, A. A. and Manaf, A. A. (2014). Behavioral Biometrics Authentication Using Gesture-Based. Advanced Science Letters journal. 20(2), 492-495. (ISI/SCOPUS Cited Publication)
    3. Alariki, A. A. and Manaf, A. A. (2014). Touch gesture authentication framework for for touch screen mobile devices. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology. 62(2). (SCOPUS Cited Publication)
    4. Alariki, A. A. and Manaf, A. A. (2014). Biometrics Authentication Using Touch-Based Gesture Features for Intelligent Mobile Devices. 1st International Conference of Recent Trends in Information and Communication Technologies. IRICT 2014 Proceeding.  September, 2014, Universiti TeknologiMalaysia, Johor, Malaysia. (Conference Proceeding Cited Publication)
    5. ALARIKI, A. A., MANAF, A. A. & MOUSAVI, S. M. 2016a. Features Extraction Scheme for Behavioural Biometric Authentication in Touchscreen Mobile Devices. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 11, 9331-9344. (ISI/SCOPUS)
    6. ALARIKI, A. A., MANAF, A. B. A. & KHAN, S. A study of touching behavior for authentication in touch screen smart devices.  Intelligent Systems Engineering (ICISE), 2016 International Conference on, 2016b. IEEE, 216-221. (IEEE AND SCOPUS Cited Publication)
  • Dr. Maher Itani, Associate Professor of Statistics, on loan from the Business Department
  • Dr. Sami Naji, Associate Professor of Information Technology

    Doctorate in Computer Science, 2016

    Automatic Training Image Dataset Generation for Object Recognition, università degli studi Verona, Italy

    Master in Computer Engineering, 2012

    Understanding User Preferences in Software Development, Dongseo University, South Korea  (Master by Course & Research Equivalent)

    Bachelor of Information System Analysis (BSc), Information Technology, 2010

    Multimedia University, Malaysia

     

    Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision            

     

    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=OusNpfQAAAAJ&hl=en  

  • Adjunct Faculty
  • Muhammad Ilyas Khalil, Instructor of Mathematics
  • Sadia Wali, Instructor of Biology

    Master degree in Public Health, 2016

    Tulane University, United States

     

    Pharm-D degree in Pharmacy, 2011

    Kabul University

     

    Specialization: Research on Medicinal Plants and Traditional Medicine of Afghanistan

  • Mr. Saeed Fakhri Ravari, Assistant Professor of Information Technology

    Phd (in progress) in Educational Leadership, Chapman University, USA; MS in Business and Economics and BS in Computer Science, Southern Connecticut State University , USA.

     

    Comes to AUAF from Rancho Santiago Community College District in California, USA. In addition to teaching computer science and mathematics, has extensive experience at academic institutions as Chief Information Officer and Director of Information Technology. Past affiliations have included Soka University of America; The American University of Kurdistan, Iraq; Norwalk Community College, USA; University of St. Thomas, USA; and Southern Connecticut State University, USA. 

  • Ali Shinwari, M.S., Instructor of IT - Laboratory Assistant

    Biography

    Ali’s carrier began in 2010 as a lecturer in ATVI (Afghanistan Technical Institute). He has taught courses such as programming and databases. Also he has designed several projects including,: Catering Stock program, Hospital Management Information System, and Town Management Information System.

     

    Education

    M.S. in Computer Science – Virtual University of Pakistan, Pakistan

    B.S. in Computer Science – Sarhad University of Science and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan 

  • Edris Hamraz, Instructor of Information Technology

    MCS in Information Technology, January 2018

    Bakhtar University, Kabul, Afghanistan

    Bachelor of Computer Science, September 2013

    Kabul University, Kabul, Afghanistan

     

    Information Technology, Cloud computing, Security and Privacy

     

    Optimal Allocation of QoS and Web Services in Cloud Computing

    By Jimbo Claver, Edris Hamraz, Jawad Azimi and Charles Owona

    American Journal of Information Systems. 2018, 6(1), 23-28. DOI: 10.12691/ajis-6-1-4

    http://www.sciepub.com/ajis/content/6/1

  • Hameeda Hurmat, Instructor of Information Technology

    Master’s in business administration, 2015

    Understanding Operations Management in Information Technology, IGNOU University, India

    Bachelor of Computer Science (BSc), Information Technology, 2006

    Kabul University, Kabul

     

    Specialization: 

    CCNA, CCNP, MCSA, MCSE, Exchanger server

  • Mohammad Jawad Qasimi, Instructor of Mathematics

    Msc Applied Mathematics, 2017

    New Delhi India South Asian University

     

    BSc in Mathematics, 2011

    Kabul Educational University

     

    Specialization:

    Partial Differential Equations

     

     

     

  • Nyangialai Amin, Laboratory Assistant of Biology

    Pre- Medical

    Tameer-i-Nau College Quetta,

     

    BBA, 2014

    American University of Afghanistan

  • Wahidullah Azizi, Laboratory Assistant of Chemistry

    Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Finance, 2018

    American University of Afghanistan

     

    Specialization:

    Chemistry Assistant

     

    http://article.sapub.org/10.5923.j.chemistry.20180804.03.html

    https://escipub.com/ajcr-2018-11-1208/

  • Ali Reza Emran , Laboratory Assistant of Physics


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