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rami salah al-gharaibeh
Computer Information System Department - Faculty Member

  • Ph.D. of Management Information Systems from Kent State University, 2007
  • Msc. of Computer Science from Kent State University, 2003
  • Bsc. of Electrical Engineering from Yarmouk University, 1987
  • "COMBINED LASER SCANNER AND DENSE STEREO MATCHING TECHNIQUES FOR 3D MODELLING OF HERITAGE SITES: DAR ES-SARAYA MUSEUM", MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ARCHAEOMETRY
  • "COMBINED LASER SCANNER AND DENSE STEREO MATCHING TECHNIQUES FOR 3D MODELLING OF HERITAGE SITES: DAR ESSARAYA MUSEUM", Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry
  • "Knowledge Sharing Framework: a Game-Theoretic Approach", Journal of the Knowledge Economy
  • "Real-Parameter Constrained Optimization using Enhanced Quality-BasedCultural Algorithm with Novel Influence and Selection Schemes", information sciences
  • Vice Dean, Vice dean, Sep 2015 - Feb 2016
  • Vice Dean, Vice dean, Sep 2014 - Sep 2015
  • Deputy Head of Department, Computer Information System Department, Sep 2008 - Sep 2009
  • Faculty Member, Computer Information System Department, Nov 2007 - Present
  • Full-time Lecturer, Computer Information System Department, Jul 2007 - Nov 2007
  • senior consultant in future foresight, Future Foresight Foundation, United Arab Emirates, Oct 2016-Present
  • senior consultant in KM and innovation, Hindawi Excellence Group, United Arab Emirates, Feb 2016- Sep 2016
  • Director, Computer systems department, King Abdullah University Hospital, Jordan, Dec 2010- Mar 2014
  • Information Systems Consultant, King Abdullah University Hospital, Jordan, Dec 2008- Dec 2010
  • Business process management
  • COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  • E-BUSINESS
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIMEDIA
  • HUMAN RESOURCES INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
  • Introduction to management
  • KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEM
  • MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE
  • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • MARKETING
  • MODELLING & SIMULATION OF BUSINESS CASES
  • Marketing
  • PRACTICAL TRAINING
  • PROFESSIONAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN COMPUTING