Dr Ayman Aljarbouh is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UCA’s School of Arts and Sciences. Prior to joining UCA, he served as a Researcher Assistant Professor at Grenoble National Institute of Technology in France, where he taught computer science courses to undergraduate students and was responsible for teaching several courses to first and second-year university students.
Dr Aljarbouh holds a PhD in Computer Science and Systems Engineering from the National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation in France. His doctoral research focused on developing new techniques, concepts, algorithms, and tools to improve the modeling and simulation of complex hybrid dynamical systems that may exhibit Zeno behaviour due to modeling abstraction (or over-approximation).
Following his doctoral work, he participated and spoke at several conferences organised by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and contributed papers to academic journals, as well as the design of several tools and prototypes. Dr. Aljarbouh also holds a Master’s Degree in Systems, Control, and Information Technologies from the University of Joseph Fourier (Grenoble 1) in France. During his graduate studies, he developed and validated a control-oriented grey box estimator of Nitrogen Oxide emissions in compression ignition diesel engines, in which the results of his research work have been published at an IEEE conference.