About Mohammed K A Kaabar, Founder
* A First Course in Linear Algebra:
Study Guide for the Undergraduate
Linear Algebra Course, Kaabar, M.
* A Friendly Introduction to Differential
Equations, Kaabar, M.
* The Benefits of Three Dimensional Transistor in the Microelectronics Area, Kaabar, M, the Online Journal on Electronics and Electrical Engineering (OJEEE), Vol 5, 4:597-600, 2013.
* Published free online course titled (Introduction to Numerical Analysis) on Udemy Platform, San Francisco, California.
* Published free online course titled (Advanced Numerical Analysis) on Udemy Platform, San Francisco, California.
* Excellent knowledge in MATLAB and Simulink.
* Excellent knowledge in Maple 11.
* Excellent knowledge in P-Spice (ORCAD 15.7).
* Good knowledge in PCB (Printed Circuit Board Design Software).
* Good knowledge in Decbuild Software.
* Excellent knowledge in Microsoft Power Point and Microsoft Word of Microsoft Office.
* Good knowledge in Microsoft Project Management 2007 and Microsoft FrontPage 2003, 2007.
* Excellent knowledge in Flash 5.
* Excellent Knowledge in Photoshop.
* Attended a conference in Carbon Reduction Strategies for Higher Education held at the AUS from 3:30pm till 4:30pm on September 24, 2012.
* Attended a conference titled “Turning Challenges into Opportunities” held at the AUS from 11:00am till 12:15pm on March 12, 2012.
* Attended a conference titled “Engineering Open Day” held at the AUS on May 3, 2011.
* Participated in the International Electronics Synopsys Competition at the AUS.
* Participated in Arabic Poetry Competition for Students at the AUS.
* Participated in IEEE-AUS Newsletter Competition for writing a technical article on environmental engineering technology, aiming at reducing the
impacts of global warming at the AUS.
Attended IEEE Events:
* Attended a MATLAB session in “Signal Processing & Communication Applications” conducted by Dr.Hasan S. Mir, Assistant Professor of Electrical
Engineering, on December, 2011 for three days at the AUS.
* Attended an iEEE AUS Student Branch Trip to Al-Mamzar Park on November 23, 2012.
* Attended a seminar about Pattern Recognition in April, 2012.
Electrical Engineering Projects :
* Switched Capacitor Active Band-pass Filter.
* Silvaco Athena and ATLAS commands for modeling a GaAs MESFET device
* Testing the the central limit theorem empirically in Matlab, and writing a matlab function which takes as an input a the mean vector and covariance matrix of a 2 dimensional normal random variable and plots its density in 3D.
* Applying the k nearest neighbor classifier method to a specific data.
* Writing a code for implementing PCA and using it to reduce the dimensionality of the features of the letters alif and ba and ayn to 2.
Presented Papers :
*Presented a paper titled "The Benefits of Three Dimensional Transistor in the Microelectronics Area" on December 23, 2012 in WCEEENG'12, Cairo, Egypt.
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Mohammed Kaabar received all his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Mathematics from Washington State University (WSU), Pullman, WA, USA. He is currently a math faculty (professor) at Moreno Valley College. He is the author of (A Friendly Introduction to Differential Equations) and (A First Course in Linear Algebra) Books, and his research interests are numerical analysis, differential equations, linear algebra, and real analysis. He is an invited Technical Program Committee (TPC) member in many conferences such as ICECCS 14, ENCINS 15, eQeSS 15, SSCC 15, ICSoEB 15, CCA 14, WSMEAP 14, EECSI 14, JIEEEC 13 and WCEEENG 12. He is a former editor for the American Mathematical Society (AMS) Blog, and he is also a certified peer reviewer and member of the math editorial board at Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) which is a program of the California State University System partnering with education institutions, professional societies, and industry.
Applied Mathematics, Fractional Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Scientific Computing, Data Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Linear/Non-Linear Programming, and Real Analysis.
* The Three Different Data Analysis Methods for finding the Best Classification Rates for Arabic Sign Language Data at American Mathematical Society Meeting at California State University, Fullerton, CA on October 25, 2015.
* Valuation of Stocks by Sorting Method (Advanced Technology: Semiconductors and Equipment) at Washington State University on October 14, 2015.
* Finding the Best Classification Rates for Arabic Sign Language Data using Data Analysis Methods at Washington State University on September 8, 2015.
* The First Fundamental Theorem of Asset Pricing at Washington State University on February 24, 2015.
* Linear Programming Models: Asset Pricing and Arbitrage at Washington State University on February 17, 2015.
* Linear Programming Models with Applications in Financial Mathematics and Risk Management at Washington State University on February 3, 2015.