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                             DR. HAZEM T. EL KHATIB

PERSONAL DATA


                                             Married
                                             Two childrens
                                             Birth: April 1974
                                             E-mail: hazem@uaeu.ac.ae
                                             Cell: ++971 50 663 1269




QUALIFICATION SUMMARY
   -   Have the necessary knowledge to deliver the quality technical solutions.
   -   6+ years experience in design and development on 2, 3, and n Tiers architectural models.
   -   Experienced in component based programming architecture (J2EE).
   -   Strong knowledge of distributed programming paradigms (CORBA, RMI, SOAP,COM/DCOM).
   -   Strong software architecture design (UML) and development skills.
   -   Strong database design and development skills.
   -   Solid interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to interact with all levels.
   -   Experience in training activities (i.e. presentation and course material operations), and mentoring
       responsibilities.
   -   Solid experience in building and maintaining customer relationships.
   -   Strong thrives to expand and acquire new knowledge and experiences.
   -   Quick learner, motivated, and works well under pressure.


SKILLS, TECHNOLOGY, LANGUAGES
   Middleware: CORBA (Orbix2000, Orbix 3, ORBacus), Orbix E2A Application Server Platform, Orbix
   E2A Web Services Integration Platform, WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Portal Server, MS
   .NET.
   Modeling: UML, ERD, DFD.
   Languages: Java, C / C++, Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML), XML, HTML, SQL (also familiar with
   Prolog, Lisp, Pascal, Basic, Fortran, Assembler, Exodus)
   Platforms: Microsoft Windows, UNIX, SunOS/Solaris 2.x, Linux, SGI UNIX, MS-DOS
   Databases: IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, MySql, Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft Access.
   Networking Technologies: RPC, Sockets, RMI, TCP/IP, FTP, Telnet, Gopher, Mailing, Usenet News internals
   Technical Training Courses: Taught different technical classes offered by IONA Technologies in both open
   enrollment and on-site courses. Attendances were intro-level, advanced level and senior-level professionals
   (Senior Engineers, Senior Analysts, etc) from customers such as hp, Lockheed Martin, American Airlines,
   Accenture, Kodak, Portal, Options Clearing Corporation, etc. I was responsible for updating many of the IONA
   training courses materials.
EDUCATION
   Ph.D. in Computer Science, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, 2000
   Thesis title: “Integrating Information from Heterogeneous Databases Using Agents and Metadata”.
              My research concentrated on developing, designing and implementing an architecture based on co-
              operating software agents which access and integrate knowledge from distributed heterogeneous
              databases over the network. These agents analyse the user request, identify the databases required to
              answer it, fetch the information, assembles the results, and present them to the user.
   M.Sc. in Distributed and Multimedia Information Systems, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, 1997.
            Modules studied: Database Systems, Distributed System Programming, Human Factor,
            Knowledge Representation, Network Application, Computer Network, Advanced Database,
            Multimedia & Hypermedia.
            Dissertation project: “Dynamic Behaviours of VRML in CosmoPlayer”, in which I
            investigated the controls and various modes of dynamic interaction with objects in
            Virtual Reality Modeling Language 2.0 browsers. It proposed new ways for users to
            manipulate objects using these controls.
   B.Sc. in Computer Science, Amman University, Jordan, 1996.
            The second top among seventy students.


WORK EXPERIENCE
   2002 – Present: Assistant Professor, College of Information Technology, UAE University, United
   Arab Emirates
       I have a strong background and passion to impart knowledge. In addition to teaching I developed new
       courses in my relevant field. I serve on University and Department committees prepare daily lesson
       plans; assist in on-going curriculum development; participate in faculty meetings and workshops;
       advise students and evaluate their progress; conduct off-campus educational activities with students.
       Perform related tasks as assigned.
       Teaching philosophy
       I have always enjoyed helping other people. As a teacher, I am profoundly grateful for the opportunity
       given to me to help students shape their own intellectual wealth. It is my utmost delight to see them
       grow professionally and personally. I genuinely enjoy teaching every class with excitement and
       enthusiasm as if I am teaching it for the first time. I make a conscious effort not only to impart
       information to my students, but also to motivate them beyond the boundaries of the classroom.
       “Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand” (Old
       Chinese proverb). As a teacher, it is my goal to enhance student learning as a Tran formative
       experience. Ideally, I want students to feel personally changed by their participation in a course I am
       teaching. In my current classroom, I use the above quote as a starting point for discussing my
       philosophy of teaching and generating discussion about learning. Promoting an understanding that
       hands-on experience and practical experience in preparing students to meet industrial needs and future
       challenges is central to my philosophy of teaching. This will contribute to the industry that will benefit
       the society.

       Learning is the main purpose of education. It is the goal of every student and the task of every teacher
       to increase knowledge and understanding in the classroom. I feel that the concept of learning should be
       focused around four main areas. Independent thought is essential to the development of each student.
       Group interaction is also an important part of learning. Being able to share ideas, validate them with
       those of others, and teamwork are important processes. The teacher should also be prepared to lead
       students in the direction they should go to reach correct conclusions and answers, without always
       providing the answers themselves. Finally, the use of learned ideas and processes in new situations is
       important. By using information in real projects or during their internship, students should be able to
       apply what they have learned to new life.




   H. T. El Khatib                                                                                     Page - 2 -
    In order to aid students in reaching their desired learning goals, I have a clear set of objectives goals
    for students. I feel that teachers should serve a number of purposes. First and foremost, they should act
    as guides, pointing students in the direction they should go to find answers and solve problems by
    providing them with the essential information they need to do so. They should also act as advisors or
    facilitators. Students at this level need input and more assistance in deciding on courses to best reach
    their career goals. Teachers should help these students in making important decisions in these areas.
    Students also need to feel comfortable approaching me for discussion outside of class during the office
    hours. Teachers need to make education as enjoyable and beneficial as possible for students. By
    teachers acting in all of these manners, a student's education will be more complete and enjoyable than
    one in which a student only sees the teacher in the classroom.

    Academic Courses Taught
    I have taught the following courses at UAEU:
         Fall 2005: ITBP420: Physical Design and Implementation with DBMS.
         Spring 2004: ITBP212: Information System Basics, ITBP 290: IT Core Exhibition.
         Fall 2003: CSBP 430: Database Systems.
         Summer 2003: ITBP 320: Programming III (advanced Object-Oriented Programming Language
          in JAVA).
         Spring 2003: ITBP 212 Information Systems, BUSA 386 Decision Support System, ITBP 290:
          IT Core Exhibition.
         Fall 2002: BUSA 115 Management Information Systems.

    Academic Course development activities
        CSBP430: Database Systems
        ISBP430: Physical Design and Implementation with a Programming Environment
        ISBP420: Physical Design and Implementation with DBMS.

    University Committees
    Technical and Scientific Committee of the UAEU Roadway, Transportation, and Traffic Safety
    Research Center. Draw up the Center‟s plans and method of implementation, identify research fields
    and priorities, and training programs, and coordinate between the Center and the other training and
    research centers in the Country.
    UAE University Textbooks Committee. Represent the College of Information Technology at the
    university level. Discuss the textbooks selection procedure and come up with better way of ordering
    the textbooks.

    College Committees
     Lab Committee. Recommends and overseas computing resources needs and utilization.
     Interviews Committee. Interview new faculty members and developers.
     Library and Textbooks Committee. Textbook selection, ordering examination copies, make
      connection with the library. I ran from the bookstore in Al Maqam campus to the university
      bookstore in Senaeia trying to order extra textbooks to students in several courses.
     Teaching Effectiveness & Evaluation Committee. Improve quality of teaching in the college.
     Purchase Committee

    External Committees
      2002-2004: Educational Technology Committee (Ministry of Education and Youth). identify and
     promote appropriate uses of educational technology that enhance and support established curriculum
     and instruction standards within governmental schools.

    Student project supervision
    I supervised four undergraduate theses (senior projects) in Spring 05. The total number of students is
    17 students. The titles of the theses are as followed:
          Building On-line Real Estate Information System using Web-DBMS and VRML
          Design and Build Backend System for Electronic Water and Electricity Meter Reader - E-
           WEMR


H. T. El Khatib                                                                                   Page - 3 -
          Design and Build Database System for Telematics System Using DB2
          Integrate Information from Heterogeneous Databases Using Java Agent DEvelopment
           Framework (JADE)

    I also supervised three student projects for the e-biz Challenge competition in year 2005. The titles of
    the projects are as followed:
             Electronic Water and Electricity Meter Reader
             Fast Aid Business Plan
             e-FCS Business Plan

    In year 2004, I supervised two student projects for the e-biz Challenge competition. The titles of the
    projects are as followed:
             Electronic Jobs and Employment Exchange (EJEE)
             Medical Smart Card
    I also supervised a group for the IT-Challenge titled “Info Basket”. I also supervised this semester nine
    different IT projects as part of the ITBP290: IT Core Exhibition.

    Internship supervision
    I supervised five internship students in spring 04. Three of them in Al Fujerah Seaport, one in Sharjah
    Airport and one in Dubai Municipality. I reviewed their weekly reports, gave them feedbacks, and
    discussed problems they may face.

    I supervised two internship groups in spring 05, three students were at the UAEU Roadway,
    Transportation and Traffic Safety Research Center where the students developed an information
    system for the center. Two students were working in the UAEU Telematics Lab where they were
    working on different areas of the system such as gateway system (EJBs and Web Services), security
    and they developed a web site for the system. I reviewed their weekly reports, gave them my feedback,
    discus any problems they may face. I also arranged for one student to get his internship at IBM in
    Germany.

Sept 2004 – Present. Telematics Project Manager, “Telematics Smart Box”; 2.3 million Euro joined
project with IBM Engineering & Technology Services, Germany
The College of Information Technology at UAEU has since Feb 2004 conducted a telematics research
project in collaboration with IBM. The potential value of telematics applications is apparent for the UAE
where automotives play a central part of commercial and everyday life. The project has resulted in the
development of a telematics application („SmartBox‟) which is to be commercially marketed. Such
development of high-tech innovations is an important part of UAE economical development. This box is
similar to the so-called black box found in aircraft, which can capture, analyze and deliver relevant data via
a wireless network. The device, using multiple microprocessors based on Power Architecture, plus a
multitude of other sensors, can be attached to the automobile's carriage to, for example, monitor the
vehicle's speed, comparing it to the speed limit of the street.

As a telematics project manager, my responsibilities include providing plans, schedules, resource profile,
execution and tracking of software development activities, integration testing activities. My people
management activities include mentoring, couching, setting objectives, provide feedback and career
development guidance. I am also engaged with the customers for requirements‟ gathering.

The telematics system was show-cased successfully at the following conferences and exhibitions:
•   3 – 7 October 2004. GITEX Dubai 2004.
•   December 06 - 09 2004. Road Safety Expo 2004 at the Dubai Police Club, Dubai.
•   Jan 29 - Feb 3 2004. Environmental 2005 Exhibition and Conference, held in Abu Dhabi
    (ERWDA).
•   Feb 8, 2004. Seminar at American University in Dubai titled “Innovative Solutions for the UAE
    Smart Box Telematics System”.




H. T. El Khatib                                                                                   Page - 4 -
•   Feb 12 – 17 2005. International Defense Exhibition and Conference (IDEX 2005). The Telematics
    system won a distinguished prize "Best Technology Introduced".
•   March 4 – 5 2004. Demonstrated the smart car in Al Ain Mall.
•   March 8 2004. Demonstrated the smart car in the Women in Engineering Technology Forum in
    Al Ain.
•   March 12 2004. Demonstrated the smart car in the Traffic Week in Al Ain.
•   March 13 – 15 2004. “Traffic Safety in UAE Reality and Vision” conference.

Feb 2004 – Sept 2004. System Architect, “Telematics Smart Box”; 2.3 million Euro joined project
with IBM Engineering & Technology Services, Germany

Member of the architect and development team responsible for the telematics system architecture and
development, and database model and design. I developed different speed use cases for the project.
Conduct several meeting with potential customers. Technologies used in this project are J2EE application
server, Portal application server, database system, and Web services.

2000 – 2002: Object Technology Consultant, IONA Technologies (San Jose, California, USA)
Responsibilities include consulting with IONA customers on the use of IONA‟s CORBA products (prove
of concept, architecture review, trouble shooting, assessments, design, development, deployment, migration
and mentoring). I taught the following IONA courses at present in both open enrollment and on-site
courses: Orbix E2A CORBA Development - C++ Edition, Orbix E2A CORBA Development - Java Edition,
Orbix 3: CORBA Development - C++ Edition, Orbix 3: CORBA Development - Java Edition, Orbix E2A
CORBA: Administering and Deploying, Orbix E2A CORBA: Development - C++ Edition (Fast Track),
Orbix E2A CORBA: Development - Java Edition (Fast Track), Orbix E2A XMLBus: Developing and
Integration with Web Services. Students are intro-level, advanced level and senior-level professionals
(Senior Engineers, Senior Analysts, etc) from customers such as hp, Lockheed Martin, American Airlines,
Accenture, Kodak, Portal, Options Clearing Corporation, etc. I was responsible for updating many of the
IONA training courses materials.
Classes I taught in the past include: Building CORBA Solutions with Orbix 2000 Java Edition on NT,
Building CORBA Solutions with Orbix 2000 C++ Edition on NT, Building CORBA Solutions with Orbix 3
Java Edition on NT, Building CORBA Solutions with Orbix 3 C++ Edition on NT.
Representative Projects includes:
         American Airlines Enterprise Data Publisher System (EDP). As a team we were responsible to
design and implement the American Airlines (EDP) system using Orbix E2A Application Server Platform.
The system is used for distributing batched Passenger Name Record (PNR) data into a number of
downstream systems.
This system will be the centralized data distribution system for systems at American Airlines. The project
include data from the AA Passenger Name Record (PNR) and PNR History Record, received by EDP from
the SABRE Passenger Service System (PSS), and distributed American Airlines‟ EDP system,
implemented using Orbix E2A Application Server Platform - Standard Edition 5.1 (hereafter “ASP 5.1”),
will be used for distributing batched Passenger Name Record (PNR) data into a number of downstream
systems (e.g. Revenue Management‟s CASPER system, Enterprise Data Warehouse, Enterprise Customer
Data Base and the PNR Operational Data Store).
        AT&T Wireless. Resolved a bug hunt at AT&T Fixed Wireless where they wanted to use
Orbix2.3c02 for Solaris 2.6 in a clustered Environment. The machines were clustered using Veritas Cluster
Server.
        Baxter Healthcare. A prove of concept was done for Baxter Healthcare where we designed and
implemented an integration system between Siebel Systems and J. D. Edwards using J2EE and CORBA
technologies.
        Puerto Rico Telephone Company. Resolved a bug hunt where I was experiencing socket
connection problem with Naming Service on Orbix3.0.2, JDK 1.1.7 and Solaris2.7.1.

Technical training courses, seminars and workshops I have conducted:



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        Orbix E2A CORBA Development - C++ Edition, Feb 26 – Mar 01 2002, Portal Software,
         Cupertino, CA, USA.
        Orbix E2A CORBA Development - Java Edition, Dec 18-21, 2001, AT&A, CA, USA.
        Building CORBA Solutions with Orbix 2000 Java, April 17-20, 2001, Accenture, Atlanta, GA,
         USA.
        Building CORBA Solutions with Orbix 2000 C++, Nov 12–18, 2001, Options Clearing Corporation,
         Chicago, USA.
        Orbix 3: CORBA Development - C++ Edition, Aug 21–24, 2001, Lockheed Martin, Santa Clara,
         CA, USA.
        Orbix 3: CORBA Development - Java Edition, June 19–22, Cisco Systems Inc, San Mateo, CA,
         USA.
        Orbix E2A CORBA: Administering and Deploying, Feb 6–8, 2002, Lockheed Martin, HIS
         Engineering, MicroTec, Denver, Colorado, USA.
        Administring and Deploying Orbix 3 Systems, Oct 23-26, 2001, SBC, Santa Clara, CA, USA.
        Orbix E2A CORBA: Development - C++ Edition (Fast Track), Jan 15–17, 2002, CrossLogix Inc,
         Santa Clara, CA, USA.
        Orbix E2A XMLBus: Developing and Integration with Web Services, 2001, Cupertino, CA, USA.


   Mar 97 – Jun 97: Consultant, Internet Business Services Consulting (Edinburgh, UK)
   Responsible for training the company‟s clients in the areas of the Internet and Web Page design, including an
   introduction to the Internet and its operation, client-server systems, the World-Wide Web, Web browsers and
   URLs, the use of the HTML, and the important aspects of design and human-computer interaction.

   Sep 97 – Dec 00: Computer Lab Assistant, Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, UK)
   Responsible for giving tutorials and assisting students in various computer related issues, e.g., database and
   information systems, multimedia tools (Macromedia Director, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, PhotoShop),
   programming languages (C, C++, and Assembler), information technology, program compilation and debugging,
   and printer related problems.


MEMBERSHIPS & CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES
   International Associations
   1. Member of the Association of Information Systems.
   2. IBM Certified Database Associate – DB2 Universal Database V8.1 Family
   3. I have reviewed paper for the British Computer Society, The Computer Journal and International
       Journal of Computers and Applications.
   4. Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) - Ad Hoc reviewer.
   Conference Activities
   1. El Khatib, H.T. “UAE Telematics Overview”, Traffic Safety in UAE Reality and Vision conference,
        March 13 – 15 2005, Al Ain, UAE. (Invited speaker)
   2. El Khatib, H.T. “Innovative Solutions for the UAE Smart Box Telematics System”, American
        University in Dubai, Feb 8 2005. (Invited speaker)
   3. El Khatib, H.T. “Innovation Solutions Framework – SmartBox Technology”, Road Safety Expo
        2004 at the Dubai Police Club, Dubai, December 07 2004.
   4. Ad Hoc reviewer for the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Journal of Cases on Electronic
        Commerce (IJCEC).
   5. Member of the organizing and program committee for the 2005 International Research Conference on
        Innovations in Information Technology, Sept 26 - 28, 2005, Dubai, UAE.
   6. Member of the organizing and program committee for the 2004 International Research Conference on
        Innovations in Information Technology, October 4-6, 2004, Dubai, UAE.
   7. Member of the Program Committee of the 2004 International Business Information Management
        Conference, Amman, Jordan, 4 -6 July 2004.




   H. T. El Khatib                                                                                   Page - 6 -
   8.  Member of the Program Committee of the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA),
       IRMA2005 International, May 15 – 18, 2005, San Diego, USA.
   Conference Session Chair
   1. IT Middle-East Showcase session chair, the 2005 International Research Conference on Innovations in
      Information Technology, Sept 26 - 28, 2005, Dubai, UAE.
   2. Session Chair – “Web Services Intellectual Property”, NWeSP (International Conference on Next
      Generation Web Service Practice), Seoul, Korea, Tuesday August 23.
   3. Session Chair – “User Interface, Visualization and Modeling”, NWeSP (International Conference on
      Next Generation Web Service Practice), Seoul, Korea, Thursday August 25.
   4. Workshop Session Chair - The 2004 International Research Conference on Innovations in Information
      Technology, Dubai, October 4-6, 2004.
   5. Track Co-chair (Web Services) 2006 IRMA International Conference, Washington DC, May 21 – 24,
      2006.

   Other Service Activities
    Interview with CNBC Arabia TV on September 2004.
    Interview with Abu Dhabi TV channel on October 2004.
    Interview with Emarat TV channel on October 2004.
    Interview with Sharjah Police journal on December 2004.
    Participated on the IBM Business Partner and Developer Research Panel (BPD Panel).

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, REPORTS, & WORKSHOPS
   Journal
   1.   QoS Information & Computation (QoS-IC) Framework for QoS-Based Discovery of Web Services,
        Laila Taher, Rawshan Basha, Hazem El Khatib, UPGRADE, The European Journal for the Informatics
        Professional, Vol. VI, Issue No. 4, August 2005.
   2.   CORBA and Web Services: Friends or foes? Hazem T. El Khatib. (Submitted for publication).
   3.   A propose strategic alignment of IS/IT with supply-chain management for UAE dates industry, Ahmad
        Jaffar, Hazem ElKhatib, Mihyar Hesson and Moh‟d Radaideh. Business Process Management Journal. .
   4.   Using Agents to Retrieve and Integrate Information from Heterogeneous Distributed Databases,
        Hazem T. El-Khatib, M. Howard Williams, David H. Marwick, Lachlan M. MacKinnon. The Computer
        Journal, issue 4 (Vol. 45), The British Computer Society, United Kingdom, 2002.
   5.   A Framework And Test-Suite For Assessing Approaches To Resolving Heterogeneity In Distributed
        Databases, Hazem T. El-Khatib, M. Howard Williams, Lachlan M. MacKinnon, David H. Marwick.
        Information and Software Technology, Volume 42, Issue 7, (1 May 2000) pp 505-515.
   Refereed Conference Proceedings

    1. A Framework and QoS Matchmaking Algorithm for Dynamic Web Services Selection, L.Taher, H. El
       Khatib, R.Basha, The Second International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology (IIT‟05),
       Dubai, UAE.
    2. Establishing Association between QoS Properties in Service Oriented Architecture. Laila Taher,
       Rawshan Basha, Hazem El Khatib, International Conference on Next Generation Web Services Practices,
       22– 26 August, 2005, Seoul, Korea
    3. A Model for Database Integration in Loosely Coupled Federated Biomedicine System, Hazem El
       Khatib, The Sixth Annual U.A.E. University Research Conference, April 24 – 26, Rotana Hotel, Al Ain,
       UAE.
   4. A framework of e-supply chain management for UAE dates industry, A. Jaffar, H. El Khatib, M. Hesson,
       M. Radaideh, The Sixth Annual U.A.E. University Research Conference, April 24 – 26, Rotana Hotel, Al
       Ain, UAE.
   5. Implementing an Educational Technology Strategic Plan in the United Arab Emirates Schools:
       Promises and Challenges. Hazem T. El Khatib, Tofi Rahal, Ahmed Quessoum, 2005 Information Resources
       Management Association International Conference, pp. 934 – 938, San Diego, California, May 15 – 18 2005.




   H. T. El Khatib                                                                                  Page - 7 -
6.    Empirical Challenges In Aligning Supply-Chain Strategy With The Use Of Is/It Within Uae Dates
      Industry, A. Jaffar, H. El Khatib, M. Hesson, M. Radaideh, Proceedings of The 2004 International Research
      Conference on Innovations in Information Technology, Dubai, October 4-6, 2004.
7.    Using A LAN Simulation To Assist Students Understand The OSI Model, A.M. Al Tenaiji, K.S. Gerais,
      M.I. Al Mansouri, W.B. Al Ghefli, Hazem El Khatib, Kamal Zellag, Proceedings of The 2004 International
      Research Conference on Innovations in Information Technology, Dubai, October 4-6, 2004.
8.    ECIS: Java Based Email Client Information (poster paper), A. Al Marzooqi, B. Mazrooei, M. Abdulla,
      M. Ali, M. Khalifa, R. Abadi, Hazem El Khatib. Proceedings of The 2004 International Research Conference
      on Innovations in Information Technology, Dubai, October 4-6, 2004.
9.    Web Services-Based Hajj Information system, Harmain M. Harmain1, Hazem El Khatib1, Naumn
      Saeed1, Badr Aljohar, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information & Computer Science
      (ICICS2004), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, November 28-30 2004.
10.   A Simplified Framework of Supply Chain Management for UAE Dates Industry. Moh‟d A. Radaideh,
      Hazem El Khatib, Proceedings of the 2004 International Business Information Management Association
      Conference (IBIM04). PP 273-277. Amman, Jordan. July 4-6, 2004.
11.   Web Services-based Integration of Heterogeneous Databases Using a Multi-agent System, Hazem
      Turki El Khatib, M. Howard Williams, David H. Marwick, Lachlan M. MacKinnon, IADIS International
      Conference Applied Computing 2004, Lisbon, Portugal, 23 – 27 March 2004.
12.   Arabic Text Mining, Harmain M. Harmain, Hazem El Khatib, and Abdulrahamn Lakas, IADIS
      International Conference Applied Computing 2004, Lisbon, Portugal, 23 – 27 March 2004.
13.   An Arabic Natural Language Interface to a Data Mining, Harmain M. Harmain and Hazem El Khatib,
      International Conference: Sciences of Electronic, Technologies of Information and Telecommunication
      (SETIT'2004), 15-20 March 2004, Susa, Tunisia.
14.   CORBA and Web Service: Conflict or Cooperation. Hazem Turki El Khatib, The 4th Annual UAE
      University Research Conference, Al Ain, 27-29 April, 2003.
15.   Bridging Business to Business E-Services, Yacine Atif & Hazem El-Khatib, The 4th Annual UAE
      University Research Conference, Al Ain, 27-29 April, 2003.
Technical Reports and Other Publications
1. Telematics Consultance Visit – Kuwait, Dirk Kellermeier (IBM), Hazem El Khatib – 2005.
2. Intelligent Toll Collection System Use Case. Faraj Sallabi, Hazem El Khatib – 2005.
3. Implementation Methodology Proposition to Emarat. Enterprise Management Reporting
    and Business Intelligence Systems – 2005. Co developed with Emirates Computer – 2005.
4. Technical Proposal for AGEDI Project. Co developed with CIT Colleagues – 2004.
5. Technical Proposal for Thuraya Asset Management System (AMS). Document Owner. Co
    developed with CIT Colleagues – 2004.
6. Technical Proposal for E2E Telematics Project. Document Owner. Co developed with CIT
    Colleagues – 2004.
7. Telematics Consultancy Report to Abu Dhabi Police, Document Owner, Hazem El Khatib – 2005.
8. Building XMLBus Web Services from CORBA Resources, IONA Technologies, Santa Clara, CA, USA,
    2002.
9. Configuring and Deploying Secured Web Services, IONA Technologies, Santa Clara, CA, USA,
    2002. http://www.iona.com/support/articles/4076.173.xml
10. Applying Web Technology to Linking to Heterogeneous Data Sources. Marwick, D. H., Williams,
    M. H., MacKinnon, L. M. and El-Khatib, H. T. Internal Report. Department of Computing and
    Electrical Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, 1999, Edinburgh, UK.
11. Guidelines for Educational Technology Requirements and Needs in United Arab Emirates
    National Schools, Ministry of Education and Youth, UAE, 2003.

Grants and Honors

The Cisco Research Excellence Award. The Cisco Research Excellence Award is a competitive award
that recognizes research that is applied to the needs of the region. The award was presented by Dr. Mark De
Simone, Vice President, Middle East and Africa (MEA), Cisco Systems Inc. I was awarded in recognition
of my contribution in the field of Telematics. I was leading a research team on UAE University‟s College




H. T. El Khatib                                                                                    Page - 8 -
   of Information Technology to develop new practical embedded applications for mobile devices and develop
   portals for operational control centers for the purpose of providing Location Based Services.

   University Funding

   January-December 2003, Individual Research, Principal Investigator, “Web Services-based System
   for Query Decomposition and Answer Construction in Heterogeneous Distributed Databases”,
   19,750K Dirham

   January-December 2003, Co-Investigator, “A Framework of Supply Chain Management for UAE
   Dates Industry”, 19,750K Dirham

   Professional Development (Training, Seminars and Workshops I attended)
   1. DB2 Database Management System, May 7 – 11, 2005.
   2. Advanced Web Services Development, May 28 – June 1, 2005.
   3. Developing EJBs with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer V5.1.1, March 2005.
   4. WebSphere Application Developer V5.1, March 2005.
   5. WebSphere Device Developer, December 2004.
   6. Referee the Criteria for School Teachers Workshop, 2003, Sharjah, UAE.
   7. .Net Training course by Microsoft/Dubai, November 2003.
   8. Requirements Management Using Telelogic DOORS®, April 2004.
   9. Software Development Lifecycle Management with Telelogic TAU, May 2004.
   10. IBM Certified Database Workshop – DB2 Universal Database V8.1 Family, May 2004.


REFERENCES
   Will be available upon request.




   H. T. El Khatib                                                                             Page - 9 -

				
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