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Prof. Eiman Taha
PERSONAL DATA:
•  Full Name: Eiman Taha Abou El-Dahab
•  GRADUATION DATE :  July 1975.
•  UNIVERSITY : Military Technical College
•  DEPARTMENT : Mathematics.
•  LECTURER TITLE : Sept. 1990
•  SPECIALIZATION : Applied Mathematics.
•  FIELD OF STUDY : Geometric (Clifford) Algebra
•  SCIENTIC LEVEL : : Associate Professor


ACADEMIC  STUDIES:
a- B.Sc. In ENGINEERING:
Country: Egypt.
College: Military Technical College (M.T.C.).
Specialization: Communications.
Date of graduation : July 1975.
Grade: Very Good.

b- B.Sc. in MATHEMATICS:
Country: Egypt.
College: Science College, Ain Shams University.
Specialization: Pure & Applied Mathematics.
Date of graduation: May 1984.
Grade: Excellent with Degree of Honor.

c- Ph.D. STUDY:
Country: United Kingdom.
University: University of Kent at Canterbury.
College: Faculty of information Technology.
Institute: Mathematics and Statistics.
Specialization: Applied Mathematics.
Thesis Title: Unitary space formulation of generalized Hamiltonian - (Birkhoffian) theory.
Date of Ph.D.: June 1990.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
a. Under-Graduate Courses:
- Calculus.
- Linear Algebra.
- Advanced Calculus.
- Differential Equations.
- Numerical Analysis.
- Complex Analysis.
- Theory of probability and statistics.
- Discrete Mathematics.
- Mathematics for Pharmacy.

b. Graduate Courses:
- Theory of Matrices.
- Multilinear Algebra. 
- Group theory.
- Theory of Numbers.
- Tensor Calculus.
- Geometric (Clifford) Algebra. 


A  LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:
(1) E.T. Abou El Dahab, J.S.R. Chisholm, and J. McEwan, “A complex Formulation of Hamiltonian (or Birkhoffian) Theory”, Proceeding of the second international Wigner Symposium, Germany, 1991.

(2) E.T. Abou El Dahab and J. McEwan, “A Hamiltonian Model of Dissipation with Clifford Algebraic Generalization”, Proceeding of the third conference on Clifford Algebras and their Applications in Mathematical physics, Belgium, 1993.

(3) E.T. Abou El Dahab, “Hermitean Clifford Algebraic Covering of generalised Harmiltonion (Birkhoffian) theory”, Proceeding of the first international conference on operations research and its applications, Higher Technological institute, Ramadan tenth city, Egypt, 1994.

(4) E.T. Abou El Dahab, A.S. Abdel Mohsen, “A Formulation of Generalised Hamiltonian (Birkhoffian) Mechanics Using Geometric Algebra”, Proceeding of the 11th /SPE/ IEE/ IFAC international conference on CAD/CAM, Robotic, Factories of the future, CARS, FOF,” Colombia, 1995. 

(5) A.S. Abdel Mohsen, E.T. Abou El Dahab, “On the interaction Between Position Control and the Dynamic of a Flexible Robot Manipulator”, Proceeding of the 11th /SPE/ IEE/ IFAC international conference on CAD/CAM, Robotic, Factories of the future, CARS, FOF” Colombia, 1995.
 
(6) M. Abdel Mageed, E.T. Abou El Dahab, Hamed S. Eraky, “A comparative Study of two Papers about the Formulation of Hamiltonian Mechanics Using Geometric Calculus”, The Egyptian Journal for Engineering, Science And Technology, Volume1, Number 1, 1997, Egypt. 
 
(7) E.T. Abou El Dahab, Hamed S. Eraky, “A Reformulation of Generalized Canonical Transformation Using Hermitean Clifford Algebra”, The Egyptian Journal for Engineering, Science And Technology, Volume1, Number 1, 1997, Egypt. 

(8) E.T. Abou El Dahab, “ A Formulation of Hamiltonian Mechanics Using Geometric Algebra,” in Advances in applied Clifford Algebra, Volume 10, Number 2, 2000, Mexico.

(9) E.T. Abou El Dahab, “ Constrained Hamiltonian
      Mechanics ”, Sci. Bull. Eng. Ain Shams Univ, vol. 38, No. 4, 2003.
 
 (10) Hany Nasry Zaky, E.T. Abou El Dahab, “ Application of
Clifford Algebra to Navigation ”, Sci. Bull. Eng. Ain Shams Univ, vol. 39, No. 4, 2004. 

(11) E.T. Abou El Dahab, “A Formulation of Generalized
Hamiltonian (Birkhoffian) Mechanics Using Geometric Algebra”,  Sci. Bull. Eng. Ain Shams Univ, vol 40, No 1,
2005.

 (12) E.T. Abou El Dahab, Shaaban Khalil, “Cold Dark Matter In Brane Cosmology Scenario”, JHEP 09 (2006) 042. 

(13) E.T. Abou El Dahab, “A Formulation of the Most Generalized Hamiltonian (Birkhoffian) Theory Using Geometric Algebra”, submitted for publication in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General.


SUPERVISION:
(1) Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics.
“Application of Complex Clifford Algebra to Symplectic Hamiltonian structures”.
Assoc. Dr.: Hamed Soliman Eraky, Mathematics and Physics Department, Engineering College, Zagazik University. March, 1997.

(2) M.Sc. in Engineering Mathematics.
“Geometric Algebra and its Application in Modeling for  Autopilot Design”
Eng.: Hany Nasry Zaky, Department of Mathematics, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt. June, 2003.


FIELD EXPERIENCE:
(1) 1982 - 1987
Teaching Assistant, Mathematics Department,  M.T.C., Cairo, Egypt.

(2) 1987 - 1990
Teaching Assistant, Institute of Mathematics and Statistics, university of Kent at  Canterbury. U.K.

(3) 1990 - 1998 
Full - Time Faculty, Mathematics Department, MTC, Cairo, Egypt.

(4) 1998 - 1999
Head of Mathematics Department, 
MTC, Cairo, Egypt.

(5) 1999 - 2001
Head of Basic science branch, 
MTC, Cairo, Egypt.

(6) 1992 - 1995
Part-Time Faculty, Mathematics
Department, Banha High institute 
of technology.

(7) 1999 - 1999
Part-Time Faculty, Mathematics 
Department, higher Technological 
institute, Ramadan tenth city, Egypt.

(8) 2000 - 2000 
Part-Time Faculty, Mathematics Department, 
Arabic Academy of Science and Technology,
 Cairo, Egypt.

(9) 2001 - 2001
Part-Time Faculty, Mathematics Department,
 Higher Obour Institute For Management and 
Computer, Cairo, Egypt.

(10) 2002- 2002
Part-Time Faculty, Mathematics  Department, 
Arabic Academy of Science and Technology,
  Cairo, Egypt.

(11) 2002- 2002
Part-Time Faculty, Computer Science College,
Misr International University, Cairo,
 Egypt.

(12) 2003- 2003
Part-Time Faculty, Mathematics  Department, Arabic Academy of Science and Technology,
Cairo, Egypt.

(13) 2003-2003
Part-Time Faculty, Computer Science College, Misr International University, Cairo, Egypt.

(14) 2004-2004
Full-Time Faculty, Engineering College, Misr University for Science and Technology, Cairo, Egypt.

(15) 2005-2005
Full-Time Faculty, Engineering College, Misr University for Science and Technology, Cairo, Egypt.

(16) 2005-2005
Full-Time Faculty, Modern Academy, Cairo, Egypt.

(17) 2006-2006
Full-Time Faculty, Modern University, Cairo, Egypt. 

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