Riyadh Abdul kadir  Mehdi 249

Riyadh Abdul kadir Mehdi

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Hold a PhD in computer Science and an MSc degree in Software Engineering both from Liverpool University, United Kingdom. Taught many courses at the undergraduate as well as postgraduate level in the computing field. Supervised students’ theses at the MSc as well as PhD levels.

• Dean of the College of Information Technology at Ajman University from October 2013 until June 2016.
• Chairperson of the Computer Science Department from 2001 until October 2013 at the College of Information Technology, Ajman University. Currently, the chairperson of Department of the Information Technology.
• Have an extensive experience in the accreditation processes and requirements of academic programs conducted by the Commission for Academic Accreditation (CAA) in the UAE as well as the development of curricula for undergraduate as well as postgraduate degree programs in the computing field.
• An ABET program evaluator with the Computing Accreditation Commission for accrediting computing programs.
• Taught many courses at the undergraduate as well as postgraduate level in the computing field. Supervised students’ theses at the MSc as well as PhD levels.

Soft Computing, Data Mining Applications, and Software Engineering

1. Riyadh A.K. Mehdi, “Software Defect Prediction Using Radial Basis and Probablistic Neural Networks”, International Journal of Computer Applications and Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, May 2016, PP. 260-265.
2. Riyadh A.K.Mehdi, “The Effect of Dimensionality Reduction on the Performance of Software Cost Estimation Models”, International Journal of Engineering and Inovative Technology (IJEIT), Volume 4, Issue 9, March 2015, PP. 68-72.
3. Riyadh A.K.Mehdi and Roba Bassam Alnajjar, “Performance Evaluation of Grid Scheduling Strategies: A Case Study of the Epigenomic Application”, International Journal of Research in Information Technology (IJTIT), Volume 2, issue 4, April 2014, PP. 500-512.
4. Riyadh A.K.Mehdi and Mahmoud AbuoNaaj, “Academic program assessment: a case study of a pragmatic approach”, Creative Education Journal (CE), Vol. 4, No. 1, 2013, pp. 71-81.