• A. M. Hussain, Mahir S. Ali. Quantitative and Qualitative Program Evaluation Instruments. 8th International Forum on Engineering Education IFEE2017, Sharjah, on April 18-20, 2017.
• Mahir S. Ali, A. M. Hussain. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Course Outcomes. 8th International Conference on Education, Training and Informatics (ICETI 2017). Orlando, USA, on March 21-24, 2017.
• M. Hussain, M. Al-Mourad, S. Mathew, and A. M. Hussain. Mining Educational Data for Academic Accreditation: Aligning Assessment with Outcomes. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management. Springer, 2017, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp 51–60.
• A. M. Hussein, Mahir S. Ali, ‘Assessment Model of Educational Effectiveness’, 7th International Conference on Education and Educational Technologies (EET '16), April 15 – 17, 2016, Istanbul, Turkey.
• A. M. Hussein, “Comparison between two tools of assessment”, The 7th International Forum on Engineering Education IFEE2015, University of Sharjah, 2015.
• A. M. Hussein and A.K. Hamid, "Autonomous Motion Planning in Global Dynamic Environment Using FDTD Method", The 12th IASTED Int. Conf. ROBOTICS & APPLICATIONS, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Aug. 14 – 16, 2006.
• A.M. Hussein and A. Elnagar, "A Fast Path Planning Algorithm for Robot Navigation with Limited Visibility", Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man & Cybernetics (SMC03), Washington, USA, October 2003.
My strong mathematical background, teaching and working experience in both fields of mathematics and computer science for the last 31 years, make me well-prepared to teach a vast range of courses from both disciplines. The most interesting, challenging, and rewarding part of a course development is the course material preparation. Good course material must be interesting, clear, relevant, and match the student’s ability and background. Course assignments and labs must also be written in a manner that explains clearly what the students are expected to do, how their work will be evaluated, and the effect of that on the course outcomes. Teaching is not a process of passing information and knowledge to the students, it is a joint venture between the faculty and the students to sharpen their problem solving and critical thinks skills. I believe that in order for the students to benefit from an instructor, the students need to feel respected and their work acknowledged.