ワッヌース ムハッマド 講師
Received the bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering from Damascus University, Syria in 1998. After graduation, he was with the telecom industry for 7+ years as a Research and Development Engineer and as a Value Added Services Engineer.
Received MEXT scholarship to pursue his postgraduate study at Kumamoto University, Japan where he obtained the M.Eng and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering in 2009 and 2011 respectively.
Full-time lecturer with the International University for Science and Technology, Syria from February 2012 until September 2013.
Postdoctoral Fellow Researcher with Kumamoto University, Japan between November 2013 and Oct 2015.
Received the excellent student award of the IEEE Fukuoka Section in 2009 and the postdoctoral fellowship for overseas researchers from Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).
Member of the IEEE since 2007.
- Cloud Computing
- Data Structure and Algorithm
- Software Development Special Experiments
- Specific Theme Study A
- Specific Theme Study B
- Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
- Cloud Computing
- We-based educational technologies
- Mobile Technologies
I have been involved in the utilization of Virtualization Technology in developing an online laboratory system for ICT courses. On this project, I published a number of papers in IEEE sponsored international conferences and journals. In later stage of my research path, I worked on the design of a system to distribute educational materials during critical situations when the Learning Management System is not available. The distribution system is hosted in the Cloud and makes use of the services available in it.
I have always enjoyed learning new technologies and tried to use them in the most effective way to address practical issues and problems. I consider technology as a tool to use rather than a goal to work towards. But we are required to develop new technologies from time to time because we can’t always find the one that fits our needs.
Problems in all fields are out there, and our mission as IT professionals is to introduce technical solutions to these problems, test our solutions, and improve them.
I encourage you to take every opportunity to learn a new technology and find new ways of adopting it to solve all kinds of issues that interest you.