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Prof.Basem S. Attili Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • Ph.D, Numerical Analysis, Southern Methodist University, USA, 1984

Research Interests:

  • Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics

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Ph.D. Numerical Analysis, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas USA M.Sc. Applied Mathematics, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas USA B.S. Mathematics, Jordan University, Jordan
{Aug. 2010 – Present} Professor and Dean of College of Graduate Studies and Research. {Aug. 2009-Aug. 2010} Professor and Head of Dept., Sharjah University. {Aug. 2008 – Present} Professor, Math. Dept., Sharjah University. {Summer 2008-09} American U. of Sharjah {Dec., 2004 – Aug. 2008} Professor, Math. and Comput. Dept., UAEU. {Summer 2005-06} American U. of Sharjah {Sept. 2002 – Dec. 2004} Associate Professor, Math. And Comput. Dept., UAEU. {Summer 1995-96} Amman University, Amman, Jordan. {Aug. 1992 - 2002} Associate Professor, Math. Sciences Dept., KFUPM. {1988 - Aug. 1992} Assistant Professor, Math. Sciences Dept., KFUPM. {1984 - 1988} Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, University of Bahrain. {1979 - 1984} Teaching Assistant, SMU, Dallas, Texas.
Superviesed several and was a memeber of the thesis committee of several graduate students. Member of the editorial board of several specialized journals. Referred research work and books for many journals and institutions Member of various committes at the Department, College and University levels. Organized or was a member in the organizing committees of many workshops and international conferences.
Member of Society of Industrial and Applied Math and American Math Society and Member of IMACS B. Attili, M. Syam and M. Anwar, “An Easy and Efficient Way for Solving A class of Singular Two Point Boundary Value Problems”, Approved 2005 (completed). B. Attili, M. Anwar and M. Syam, “Smoothing of Finite Difference Scheme for Valuation of Financial Options”, Approved 2006 (completed).
Attili, B., “Numerical Treatment of Singularly Perturbed Two Point Boundary Value Problems Exhibiting Boundary Layers”, Commu. Nonlin. Sci. and Numer. Simul., 16(2011), 3504-3511. Attili, B., "ttili, B., "A Second-Order Difference Scheme for a Singularly Perturbed Reaction-Diffusion Problem", Springer-Differential and Difference Equations with Applications, 239-249 (2013).
Supervised the M. Sc. thesis of Mr. Shehadeh in Numerical Analysis. Served as a member in the Ph. D. committee of Mr. Al-Hamouze in E.E. Dept. Served as a member in the M. Sc. committee of Mr. Al-Absi in Math. Dept. Served as an external examiner for Mrs. Rabab Al-Bar, Math. Dept., KAU-Jeddah. Served as a member in the M. Sc. committee of Mr. Al-Humaidi in Math. Dept. Served as an external member and examiner of the M. S. thesis of Mr. Said Al-Qarni, Math. Dept., KFUPM. Served as an external member and examiner of the M. S. thesis of Mr. Mohammed Al-Shahran, Math. Dept., KFUPM.
Best teacher award over the College of Science – UAEU, 2004-2005 (by student election) The merit award for best services in the year 2006-2007 from UAEU
Served or currently a member in editorial board of several specialized journals. Refereed research work and books for many journals and institutions. Served almost in all kinds of committees at department, college and university levels. Organized or was a member in the organizing committees of many workshops and international conferences.
Teaching mathematics is a challenging, yet rewarding endeavor. Students enter the classroom with various learning styles, family backgrounds, attitudes, and conceptions. I believeThe teacher makes sure that the students gets the concepts and understand them before tackling any of the exercises. The teacher is responsible for making the students feel comfortable to ask questions in class and seek help when needed. The teacher must act as a parent, coach, disciplinarian, counselor, advisor, and friend to their students in the classroom. Teachers should be teaching more than just mathematics in their classrooms; they should be teaching many other things as well. For example, social skills which include respect, honesty, hard-work, and dedication are unwritten areas that teachers handle on a daily basis. To be a good teacher, I recognize that I shouldo be a good teacher, I recognize that I should Listen to the students Show multiple ways to solve a problem Allow the students to work with others in the class Integrate technology and hands on activities in the curriculum. Never disrespect any of my students.
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