|   September 29, 2023
Dr. Hamed Issa Al-Salmi
Dr. Hamed Issa Al-Salmi
Assistant Professor
Mathematical and Physical Sciences - Computer Sciences Section
College of Arts and Sciences
  • Telephone: (+968)25446666
  • Extension: 666
  • eMail: hamed@unizwa.edu.om
  • Office Location: 11G-18
  • Time at UoN: Since 2008
  • Marital Status: ..

  • Received Ph.D. in computer sciences from the International Islamic University Malaysia, M.S. in computer sciences from the University of Bedfordshire UK, and B.A. in computer sciences from the University of Nizwa.


    Academic Qualifications
    • Ph.D. in Computer Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia, 2021, Towards Automatic Mind Maps Generation of The Holy Quran: The Case Study of Surat Al-Baqarah
    • Master in Computer Sciences, University of Bedfordshire - UK, 2016
    • Bachelor in Computer Sciences, University of Nizwa, 2013
    • Diploma, Nizwa College of Technology, 2003
    Teaching Activities
    • COMP 270 - Web Developments, This course will provide the student with a comprehensive introduction to programming tools and skills required to build and maintain server sites on the Web., Fall 2019 - Spring 2021
    • Advanced Database Design, This course builds upon the student`s general understanding of database systems acquired in the prerequisite course, and emphasizes the techniques and practice of database application development, as well as its theoretical underpinning. It also provides a comprehensive introduction to the Oracle development suite as an example toolset, enabling the student to acquire transferable skills and proficiency in developing more substantial `real life` database applications., Fall 2022
    • Advanced Database Design, This course builds upon the student`s general understanding of database systems acquired in the prerequisite course, and emphasizes the techniques and practice of database application development, as well as its theoretical underpinning. It also provides a comprehensive introduction to the Oracle development suite as an example toolset, enabling the student to acquire transferable skills and proficiency in developing more substantial `real life` database applications., Fall 2022
    • COMP355 - Fundamentals of Operating Systems, This course is a general introduction to the design and implementation of modern operating systems. The subjects to be covered include historical development of operating systems, processes, threads, CPU scheduling, deadlocks, memory management, input/output systems and security., Fall 2021
    Research Activities
    - Research Interests
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • E-Learning
        - Publications
                Award and Recognitions
                • 2014 Second Prize in Oman Web Awards Competition
                • 2011 Third Prize in Oman Web Awards Competition
                • 2009 First Prize in Oman Web Awards Competition