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Dr. Jean Marie Ip-Soo-Ching
Dr. Jean Marie Ip-Soo-Ching
Dr. Jean Marie Ip-Soo-Ching lectured in Marketing, Management, Information Systems and Tourism at Monash University, Swinburne University of Technology, La Trobe University, Melbourne Institute of Technology, Cambridge International College, Kent Institute and Asia Pacific International College, from 2006 to 2022. Dr. Ip-Soo-Ching taught extensively at partner universities for Swinburne University of Technology and La Trobe University in China and Vietnam from 2008 to 2011. As Head of Discipline at Cambridge International College, he developed curricula in Marketing and Management and implemented innovative teaching practices. He was Associate Dean at Kent Institute and Academies Australasia (2018-2021) where he was responsible for teaching and learning strategies, the implementation of student experience programs, student retention, and articulations with many Higher Education Private Providers in Melbourne and Sydney. Jean Marie Ip-Soo-Ching’s PhD in Knowledge Management titled The Salience of External Knowledge, Leadership and Action in the Knowledge Management Life Cycle of Nature-Based Tourism Operators was awarded at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia in October 2014. Dr Ip-Soo-Ching’s research interests are Knowledge Management, Environmental Sustainability, Marketing, and pedagogy. His industry contact with leading sustainability firms includes Soneva Foundation, Sailaway Port Douglas, Club Med, and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Publications Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M., Massingham, P., & Pomering, A. (2022). Managing diverse knowledge systems of tourism operators in vulnerable marine ecosystems: Addressing sustainability challenges through nature-based solutions. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 27:4, 333-356, DOI: 10.1080/10941665.2022.2061364, (ABDC Ranking: A) Ahmed, T., & Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M. (2021) Unpacking Connected Identity, Diaspora and Music Consumption: An Interpretive Approach. American Marketing Association Winter Conference (2021). University of Illinois Chicago, USA. Jacob-John, J., & Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M. (2019). The Role of Augmented Reality Games in promoting to Millennials. In Stacey, A (Ed) Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on research Methodology for Business and Management Studies. Paper presented at Wits Business School, Johannesburg, South Africa, 20th-21st June 2019, pp. 155-159. Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M., Zyngier, S., & Nayeem, T. (2018). Ecotourism and Environmental Sustainability Knowledge: An Open Knowledge Sharing Approach among Stakeholders. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 1-2 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/aee.2018.45 (ABDC Ranking: B). Nayeem, T., & Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M. (2016). A re-examination of the factor structure of the CSI within low- and high- involvement contexts. In Fortin, D., Ozanne, L, L (Eds) Marketing in a Post Disciplinary Era. Paper presented at Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy, ANZMAC 2016, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 5th -7th December 2016, pp. 136-144. Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M., & Nayeem, T. (2016). The Salience of Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Sharing among Nature-Based Tourism Operators. In Fortin, D., Ozanne, L, L (Eds) Marketing in a Post Disciplinary Era. Paper presented at Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy, ANZMAC 2016, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 5th -7th December 2016, pp. 22-28. Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M., & Veerapa, N. (2015). Permaculture: An insight into kitchen gardens operated by an environmental and eco-tourism operator in the Maldives and Thailand, “Acta Horticulturae.” “Acta Hort”. (ISHS) 1088:633-636. Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M., & Zyngier, S. (2014). The Rise of “Environmental Sustainability Knowledge” in Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship: An IT enabled Knowledge-Based View of Tourism Operators. In “International Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Information Technology Perspective”. Ordonez de Pablos. P. (Ed). IGI Global, PA, USA. Ip-Soo-Ching, J-M. (2013) Public Lecture Series: A Knowledge Management Approach to Environmental Sustainability in Tourism. Australian Government, Australian Trade Commission, Austrade, “Australia Future Unlimited Seminars”, Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Vietnam, December 2012 to January 2013.
Dr Garima Sharma
Dr Garima Sharma
PhD, MCom, GradCertEd, AdvDipMgt, DipMgtBiographical details Dr Sharma is an experienced academic with over 6 years of experience in the accounting and finance disciplines as a lecturer and tutor at various universities including APIC, Federation University Australia, University of Sunshine Coast and Victoria University. She is passionate about teaching students with a specific focus on their soft skills which is Dr Sharma’s core research area. Research Interests Dr Sharma researches soft skills development of accounting graduates from different cultural backgrounds as well as the effects of both culture and self-efficacy in the development of soft skills both in a positive and negative way. Professional Associations and Fellowships Lifetime member Golden Key International Society Honour Award Asia Pacific AFAANZ member Graduate Accountant Internship at Fountain Gate Financial Group Awards and Scholarships UPBA Scholarship in Accounting at Victoria University Melbourne. Golden Key International Award Publications Conferences Sharma, G. (2019). Using group assessments to improve team skills in Indian accounting students. Accounting Educator’s International conference at RMIT. Sharma, G. (2019). Team skills development in Indian accounting students. CUFE International conference Sharma, G. (2017). The influence of culture on the soft skills development of accounting students. Postgraduate Research Conference, Victoria University.
Ass/Prof (Dr) Alex Bezen
Ass/Prof (Dr) Alex Bezen
PhD, BPureApplMathBiographical details Dr Bezen is an Associate Professor in Computational Mathematics and has taught mathematics, statistics and various IT subjects at the University of Melbourne, Monash University, La Trobe University and RMIT before joining APIC in 2016. He completed a Bachelor of Pure and Applied Mathematics and later gained a PhD in Mathematics. Dr Bezen has been heavily involved in consulting in the areas of software development, mathematics, statistics and machine learning. Teaching Interests Information Technology, Software Development, Information Systems, Dynamical Systems, Computational methods in Optimisation, Physics and Economics. Research Interests Optimisation, Scheduling, Rostering. Professional Associations and Fellowships Honorary Associate at the University of Melbourne Reviewer, American Mathematical Reviews Journal
Dr Nectar Costadopoulos
Dr Nectar Costadopoulos
BA, MTechInfSysEng, MCompRes, PhDBiographical details Nectar specialises in a number of discipline areas including web/multimedia technologies, information systems, computer security, and cyber ethics. In addition to teaching Nectar is a consultant in the area of web/e-commerce technology and has been involved in operating several e-business websites. This ‘hands-on’ expertise is incorporated in his overall teaching strategy to enrich student learning. His qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts in communications majoring in multimedia, a Master of Technology degree majoring in Information Systems Engineering, a Master of Computing Research, currently, Nectar is completing his Ph.D. in Data Science. Teaching Interests Web/multimedia technologies, e-commerce, management of information systems, introductory cyber security, and cyber ethics, data science, AI. Research Interests Affective computing, data science, machine learning, knowledge discovery. Publications Journal articles • A knowledge discovery and visualisation method for unearthing emotional states from physiological data. Costadopoulos, N., Islam, M. Z. & Tien, D., Mar 2021, In: International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics. 12, p. 843-858 16 • Building a ‘moral operating system’ for IT students: Pedagogies and problems. Bellamy, C. & Costadopoulos, N., 09 Dec 2019 • Ethical implications of user perceptions of wearable devices. Segura Anaya, L. H., Alsadoon, A., Costadopoulos, N. & Prasad, P. W. C., Feb 2018, In: Science and Engineering Ethics. 24, 1, p. 1-28 28 Conferences • Data mining and knowledge discovery from physiological sensors. Costadopoulos, N., Islam, Z. & Tien, D., 05 Jun 2019, PETRA '19: Proceedings of the 12th ACM International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments. United States: ACM, p. 468-474 7 • Discovering emotional logic rules from physiological data of individuals. Costadopoulos, N., Islam, Z. & Tien, D., 2019, In Proc. of the 18th International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics (ICMLC), 2019. Kobe, Japan, p. 468-474 7 • Using Z-score to extract human readable logic rules from physiological data. Costadopoulos, N., Islam, Z. & Tien, D., Oct 2019, Proceedings of 2019 11th International Conference on Knowledge and Systems Engineering, KSE 2019. Mothe, J., Son, L. H. & Quoc Vinh, N. T. (eds.). United States: IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, p. 1-6 6 p. 8919473
Dr Pradip Royhan
Dr Pradip Royhan
BSc Hons, MSc Research, PhD LawBiographical details Dr Royhan has been working as the Lecturer of Law at APIC since June 2016. Previously, he has worked as a sessional academic at Macquarie Law School and Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance, Macquarie University; Victoria University; MIT; Academies Australasia Polytechnique, Federation University. Has worked as the program coordinator of the capacity development program at Macquarie International and as a researcher at the Centre for Environmental Law, Macquarie University. He also worked as the consultant of the curriculum development project at Access Macquarie Ltd from April 2018 -March 2020. Prior to that, he worked in Bangladesh Government Service from 1993 to 2009 in the different ministries of the government of Bangladesh as Assistant Commissioner & Magistrate in the Local Courts / Assistant Commissioner (Land) / Chief Executives and Magistrates in the district and sub-district level / Assistant Secretary /Senior Assistant Secretary/Deputy Secretary/ Joint Secretary. Teaching Interests Business Law; Corporations Law; Sustainability and Business Ethics; Sustainability Science and Law; Professional development and Business Communication; Innovation and New Technologies; Leadership and Governance; Research Project; Taxation and Management. Research Interests Business and Trade Law, Sustainability, Business Ethics, Management, Public Policy, Environmental Law, and Legal Policy Analysis. Research Supervision Supervised Research students at APIC in 2019 and 2020 under SBM1300 (Master’s) Reviewer Marine Policy Journal (https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/marine-policy) Member of Peer Review portal (https://app.peerreviewportal.com/account/profile) Journal of Integrated Sciences (https://jis.iou.edu.gm/index.php/islamic) Professional Associations and Awards
- Member, Member of Asian Society of International Law (ASIANSIL)
- Member, Bangladesh Civil Service (Administration) Association
- Member, Asian Society of International Law, Singapore (2013-15)
- Associate member, Centre for Environmental Law, Macquarie University
- Awarded Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship Awarded Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarships for PhD from February 2010- October 2013.
- Awarded Higher degree research award 2012 for raising profile of Arts at MQU Internationally.
- Macquarie University HDR Research grant 2012 (Faculty of Arts), 5000.00AUD
- Royhan, Pradip, AusAID Grants of AUD2, 77,000.00 on “Capacity Building Program of 25 Bangladesh Government Officials for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh” under Australia Leadership Award Fellowship Round 12, 2013, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government and Japan Debt Cancellation Funded (AUD185,000.00) professional development training program on ‘Sustainable Development in Bangladesh’ for 100 Bangladesh government officials held in March 6-14 April, 2017, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team ).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD72,000.00) overseas training program on ‘Sustainable Development in Bangladesh’ for 44 selected Bangladesh government officials held on 15-26 May,2017, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team).
- Royhan, Pradip, Curriculum development research grants for Macquarie University funded by Bangladesh Government (600,000.00 AUD) for Curriculum development project of Bangladesh Civil Service Administration Academy, Shahbag, Dhaka, Bangladesh (Contract signed on March 15, 2018, for two years project from April 1, 2018, to 31 March 2020) (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team)
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government and Japan Debt Cancellation Funded (AUD200,000.00) professional development training program on ‘Sustainable Development in Bangladesh’ for 100 Bangladesh government officials held in March- April 2018, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD 93,000.00) overseas training program on ‘Sustainable Development in Bangladesh’ for 31 selected Bangladesh government officials held on 18 June – 3 July 2018, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD75,000.00) overseas training program on ‘E-governance for Better Public Service Delivery in Bangladesh’ for 14 selected Bangladesh government officials held on 30 July- 20 August 2018, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD31,500.00) overseas training program on ‘Sustainable Development in Bangladesh’ for 14 selected Bangladesh government officials from the Internal Resources Division held on February 18-27, 2019, Notre Dame University (As the chief investigator)
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government and Japan Debt Cancellation Funded (AUD200,000.00) professional development training program on ‘Sustainable Development in Bangladesh’ for 100 Bangladesh government officials held on 4 March- 12 April 2019, Macquarie University (As an investigator of Macquarie University Team)
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD 2,500.00) overseas training /workshop on ‘Business Process and Freelancing in Australia’ for 6 selected Bangladesh government officials from the ICT Division held on July 8, 2019, Notre Dame University (As the chief investigator ).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD 3,500.00) overseas training workshop on ‘Leadership & Management on Health Related SDG's in Bangladesh’ for 9 selected Bangladesh government officials from the Ministry of Health and Family welfare held on July 19, 2019, Notre Dame University and Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick (As the chief investigator ).
- Royhan, Pradip, Bangladesh government funded (AUD 4,500.00) overseas training workshop on ‘Comparative Analysis on River Protection in Australia and Bangladesh’ for 7 selected Bangladesh government officials from the National River Conservation Commission under the Ministry of Shipping held on September 22-24, 2019, Notre Dame University and NSW Water (As the chief investigator).
- Khan Eizaj Ahmed; Chowdhury Md Maruf; Royhan Pradip; Gowan Sunaina; Rahman Mohammed Mizanur and Mehregan Mahdavi Ahmed Mostafa, ‘A decision model for sustainable informal entrepreneurship in cities’ published in the International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, June 1, 2022, DOI 10.1108/IJCCSM-02-2022-0026
- Khan Eizaj Ahmed; Royhan Pradip; Rahman M Ashiqur; Rahman Mohammed Mizanur and Ahmed Mostafa, ‘The Impact of Enviropreneurial Orientation on Small Firms’ Business Performance: The Mediation of Green Marketing Mix and Eco-Labeling Strategies ‘published in Sustainability 2020, 12(1), 221; https://doi.org/10.3390/su12010221
- Royhan, Pradip, “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh Textile and Apparel Products’ LAWASIA Journal (2015) 57-73
- Royhan, Pradip and Naser, Mostafa, “Bangladesh in the WTO: A Quest for Greater Market Access” Chittagong University Journal of Law Vol 18, 2014
- Royhan, Pradip, “Environmental Requirements in the WTO: Developmental Challenges of the Least Developed Countries with a particular Reference to Bangladesh” - (2013) 9 (1) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 78-92.
- Royhan, Pradip, “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Products under Trade Related Aspect of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)” Oxford Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (2013) 8 (12): 939-945.
- Royhan, Pradip, “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities of Bangladesh Leather and Leather Products’ (2019) Accepted for publication in the Australian Journal of Business, Social Science, and Information Technology (Forthcoming)
- Royhan, Pradip, “Environment Related Health Concerns: Market Access Challenges for
- Bangladesh Fish and Fish Products” Submitted for publication in Law Asia journal in the upcoming edition (2019) (Under review)
- Roy, P. C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 2000 ''Effect of Liming on mineralization of Sulfur incubated with Urea and Gypsum in Three Contrasting Soils''-Phytol. Res.13 (1); 51-56, 2000.
- Roy, P. C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 2000 ''Effect of Nitrogen and Sulphur on the macronutrient content of HYV Rice (BR-3)''-Phytol. Res.13 (1); 27-33, 2000.
- Roy, P.C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 2000 ''Effect of Liming on the mineralization of Nitrogen by added Urea and gypsum in three contrasting Soils''- Dhaka University J. Sci.9(2);109-114,2000.
- Roy, P.C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 1997 ''Effect of Nitrogen and Sulphur on the growth and yield of HYV (BR-3)'' Phytol.Res.12 (1-2); 13-16, 1999.
- Roy, P.C, R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 1997 ''Impact of various moisture levels on the mineralization of Sulphur in Soil as influenced by addition of Urea and gypsum''- Bangladesh J. Sci.Res.14 (2); 246-251, 1996.
- Roy, P.C, R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 1997 ''Impact of various moisture levels on the mineralization of Nitrogen in Soil as affected by addition of Urea and gypsum''- Bangladesh J. Sci.Res.14 (2); 217-222, 1996
- Attended and present paper in the Australia - Bangladesh Trade conference 13-15 November 2019 held in Sydney.
- Attended Mini-Symposium on “Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Sustainable Use of Coastal and Marine Resources: A Comparative Analysis Between Bangladesh and Australia” - organized jointly by Department of Environmental Science, Macquarie University and Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh 7 May 2019
- Attended Stakeholder Consultation Workshop as a resource person on “Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Sustainable Use of Coastal and Marine Resources: A Comparative Analysis Between Bangladesh and Australia” - organised by Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh 29 April 2019.
- Attended as participant in the Sydney International Business Research Conference (SIBRC) organised by Australian Academy for Business Leadership (AABL) held on 23-25 March 2019 at Novotel Sydney.
- Participated in the data collection and visits/ discussion/ research in different coastal areas in Australia with BPATC team as expert – particularly Sydney, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Great Barrier Reef, Twelve Apostles and Tasmania on “Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Sustainable Use of Coastal and Marine Resources : A Comparative Analysis Between Bangladesh and Australia” - organised jointly by Centre for Environmental Law , Macquarie University and Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh 20 February- 5 March , 2019.
- Attended as participant in the Sydney International Business Research Conference (SIBRC) organised by Australian Academy for Business Leadership (AABL) held on 25-26 March 2018 at Novotel Sydney.
- Presented paper on “Better Public Service delivery through E- Governance – Bangladesh perspectives” - International Conference on ‘Public Service Delivery in Bangladesh’ organised by Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh 5-6 November 2017
- Attended Environmental Health 2013 Conference as a speaker held in Boston, USA on 3-6 March,2013
- Attended WTO Public Forum held in WTO Headquarter, Geneva, Switzerland on 24-26 September,2012
- Attended ANZSIL Conference held in UNSW, Sydney on 25-26 October,2012
- Attended in the 3rd New Zealand Centre of International Economic Law (NZCIEL) International Conference as a speaker held in the Victoria University, Wellington, NZ from 7-8 July,2011
- Attended in the 19th Australia New Zealand Society for International Law (ANZSIL) International Conference as a speaker held in the Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, AU from 23-25 June,2011
- Participated in “ Assessment Tools I – Design & Develop” a professional development workshop for trainers and assessors held on 20th April, 2011 in Sydney
- Organized International Conferences on “WTO Issues” while working as a Deputy Director of the WTO Cell, Ministry of Commerce.
- Attended JICA Training on Dispute Settlement Understanding held in the JICA Centre, Tokyo, Japan from January 31 to February 10 ,2006
- Attended the WTO UNESCAP Intensive Course on “Trade Negotiating Skills for Asia and Pacific Countries, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in May 2004
- Attended The 3rd Introduction Course on WTO for LDCs, Geneva, Switzerland in May 2003
- Attended The 3rd International Human Resource Development Program, Society for Development Studies, New Delhi, India in September to October ,2000
- Participated in “Levels “a professional development workshop for trainers and assessors held on 18th May 2011 in Sydney.
Dr Ranajit Kumar Bairagi
Dr Ranajit Kumar Bairagi
PhD, MBA, MCom, BCom (Hon)Biographical details Dr Bairagi is an expert in Accounting, Finance, Statistics and Research methods and has been a teacher and lecturer since 1998. Before joining APIC in 2018he has taught at Federation University Australia, Holmsglen Institute Melbourne, Deakin University and Khulna University Bangladesh. He completed his undergraduate studies, Master of Commerce and MBA at University of Dhaka Bangladesh before completing his PhD in Finance. Teaching Interests Foundations of Accounting, Financial Accounting; Advanced Financial Accounting; Management Accounting; Finance; Introduction to Economics; Statistics; Research methods; Research Project. Research Interests Corporate Disclosures in Accounting; Corporate Finance, Financial economics, Energy Economics, IPO Underpricing. Research Supervision Supervised postgraduate research students at APIC and research students for MBA and BBA programs at Khulna University in Bangladesh. Professional Associations and Fellowships Member, Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), Australia Australian Society of CPAs Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, Australia Research Grants APIC Small Research Grants (SRG) 2019; APIC Small Research Grants (SRG) 2020. Publications Journal articles Bairagi, R. (2020). Impacts of COVID-19 on Australian Higher Education Export-A Discussion. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol 11, No. 18. Ghosh, P., Bairagi, R., Mondal, A. (2020). Adoption of Principles-Based IFRS and Intercompany Comparability of Operating Performance. The Asian Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 5 No. 2. Bairagi, R. (2017). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment Volatility on Economic Development in the Indian Subcontinent. The World Economy, Vol. 40, No. 12. Mamunur, R., Bairagi, R., Bose T.K. (2015). Going Private Transactions and Private Equity Takeovers: What have we Learned? Business Review, Khulna University, Bangladesh. Vol. 10, No 10. Bairagi, R., Dimovski, W. (2012). The Direct Costs of Raising Equity Capital for U.S. REIT IPOs. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, Vol. 30, No. 6. Bairagi, R., Dimovski, W. (2012). The Level of Representative Underwriting and the Underwriting Costs of REIT SEOs. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, Vol. 30, No. 1. Bairagi, R. (2012). The Sharpe and Sortino Ratios: Still Prevalent Benchmarks for Evaluating Portfolio Performance. Bank Parikrama, A Journal of Banking & Finance, Vol. xxxvii, No. 2-4. Bairagi, R., Dimovski, W. (2011). The Under-pricing of U.S. REIT IPOs: 1996 to 2010. Journal of Property Research, Vol. 28, No 3. Conferences Bairagi, R. (2021). Dynamic Impacts of Economic Policy Uncertainty (EPU) on Stock Markets: An Intercontinental Evidence. Conference Proceedings, 11th Australian FMCG Conference, 2021.
Dr Thair Al-Dala'in
Dr Thair Al-Dala'in
PhD, MCompSci, BCompSci, CertIV Training and AssessmentBiographical details Dr Al-Dala’in is an expert in Data Mining, Database, software development and has been teaching at Western Sydney University, Charles Sturt University, University of Technology Sydney and the University of New England before joing APIC in 2021. He completed his PhD in Information Technologies at The University of Newcastle in 2011. Teaching Interests System Analysis and Design (MIT & BIT), Object Modelling (MIT), Prof Programming Practice/ Software Testing (MIT & BIT), Data Mining and Visualisation (MIT), Data Analytics for Business (BIT), Programming Principles/Python (MIT & BIT), Database Management Systems (MIT & BIT), Research Preparation in Post Graduate Studies (MIT), Web Technology (MIT & BIT), Teaching Fundamentals of Software Development (Java) (MIT & BIT), Software Engineering (MIT & BIT). Publications Please click on the following Google Scholar Link for a full list.
A/Prof (Dr) Abeer Alsadoon