College of Science - Mathematics

Specialization: Algebraic Topology and its Applications

Assistant Professor

Dr. Ibrahim Ali Jawarneh

ibrahim.a.jawarneh@ahu.edu.jo

0779625709

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Assistant Professor
Dr. Ibrahim Ali Jawarneh
Specialization: Algebraic Topology and its Applications
College of Science - Mathematics
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Educational qualifications and certificates

Ph.D in Mathematics - New Mexico State University, USA, May 11, 2018 

Master in Mathematics - New Mexico State University, USA, December 15, 2015


Master in Mathematics - Al al-Bayt University, Jordan, June, 2005


Bachelor in Mathematics -Yarmouk University, Jordan, June, 2001

 

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Ibrahim Jawarneh is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Al-Hussein Bin Talal University. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Algebraic Topology from New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, USA in 2018. His research interests are in the areas of algebraic topology (Conley Index), topology (point-set), generalized topology, fuzzy topological space, dynamical systems, statistics, algebra, complex analysis

Ibrahim Jawarneh is involved in the teaching of undergraduate and graduate programs, and he is supervisor for many Master students. Ibrahim Jawarneh always participates in international conferences. Recently, he has published many articles in ISI and Scopus journals. He teaches many courses such as general topology for graduate (Master program), topology, abstract algebra I, abstract algebra II, calculus I, calculus II coordinator), calculus III, advanced calculus, and linear algebra

 

Ibrahim Jawarneh was graduate assistant at New Mexico State University - USA, 2014 – 2018, he has taught math 120 (Intermediate Algebra), math 142 (BUS/BIOL Calculus), calculus I and II, stat 251(STAT – BSN/BHVRL SCNCS), stat 271 statistics for psychological sciences

 

Ibrahim Jawarneh was lecturer at Taif University - KSA, 2006 – 2013, he has taught

calculus I, II, III, college algebra, complex Analysis, differential equations, euclidean geometry, statistics and probability for science, mathematical statistics, biostatistics for medicine and pharmacy colleges

 

  

 

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