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Dr.Hishyar Khalil Abdullah Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Ph.D, Applied Mathematics, University of Essex England,UK, 1989

Research Interests:

  • Fluid Dynamics, Theory of Differential Equations & Theory of Difference Equations.

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Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, University of Essex, England M.Sc. Mathematics, Baghdad University, Iraq B.Sc. Mathematics, Baghdad University, Iraq
Assistant Lecturer 1977 – 1978 University of Mosul, Iraq Assistant Lecturer 1978 – 1980 Military Technical College, Iraq Assistant Lecturer 1980 – 1985 University of Mosul, Iraq Lecturer 1990 – 1992 University of Mosul, Iraq Assistant Professor 1992-1997 Jordan University of Science & Technology, Jordan Assistant Professor 1997-1998 College of Education , Sur, Oman Assistant Professor 1998 – 2003 University of Sharjah, Sharjah, U.A.E. Associate Professor 2003 ---- University of Sharjah, Sharjah, U.A.E.
1. Abdullah H. K.; Oscillation Conditions of second Order Non-Linear Differential Equations, International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, vol.34, No.1, pp 1490 – 1497(2014). 2. Abdullah H. K.; The Oscillation of the Non-Linear Differential Equation , International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IJPAM), vol.94, No.1, pp 1 – 7 (2014) 3. Abdullah H. K., Sufficient Conditions for Oscillation of a Class of Lienard Equation, Nonlinear Analysis and differential Equations, vol. 4, No.5, pp235 – 241 (2016). 4. Abdullah H. K.; Oscillation conditions for a Class of Lienard Equations, International Journal of mathematical and Computational Methods, vol.1, pp325 – 329 (2016). 5. Abdullah H. K.; Periodic Solutions of a Class of a Generalized Lienard Equation, Applied Mathematical Sciences, vol. 11, No. 20, pp985 – 995 (2017). 6. Al-Dosary K. T., Abdullah H. K; Period Monotonicity for Weight-Homogeneous Differential Systems, International Journal of Mathematical Research, vol. 6, No. 2, pp 46 – 52(2017).
Contribution Certificate 3rd Sharjah Science Festival(Feb. 24-25,2014). University of Sharjah College of Sciences Distinguished Teacher Award College of Sciences, University of Sharjah , UAE. 2013. Contribution Certificate (Think Science Competition Emirates Foundation for Youth development 2013) Contribution Certificate (Intel Science Competition-Arab World 2012). Contribution Certificate 4th Sharjah Science Festival(Feb. 24-25,2015)
Member of the organizing committee of sharjah festival of Science Feb. 2-5, 2014 Member of the community intel Science Competition – Arab world (Dec. 16 – 19,2012). Member of college of sciences Counsel Committee (College level 2013 – 2014). Students Academic Affairs Committee (University level 2012- 2013) College of Sciences (Recruitment Committee) (College level 2012 - 2013) College of Sciences (Advising Committee ) (College level 2012 - 2013) Curriculum Committee (Department level 2012 – 2014) Reporter for Math. Department (Department level 2012 – 2014).  Member of college of sciences Counsel Committee (College level 2015 – 2016).
Everything starts with a question and develops into a hypothesis or even a theory. As an example, Isaac Newton started off with a question that led to an equation. That would have been impossible without the knowledge of mathematics. To know that is to know the philosophy of mathematics. Learning mathematics is a process that requires active involvement. As teachers, we must provide opportunities for students to become engaged in the learning process. While we may have learned much of mathematics through lecture and rote memorization, that does not give teachers a reason to teach primarily through this method. Mathematics is best learned through activities that allow students to explore and understand the mathematics on their own. Activities such as the poster research project are a beginning of a realization that mathematics is all around us, and not isolated in the classroom. Such activities integrate mathematics into real life.
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