Ebrahim Mattar
Associate Professor of Cybernetics, Computational Intelligence & Robotics.                                                                                                                                                                                                             Last Update:  Thursday, August 14, 2014.

College of Engineering,  University of Bahrain
Research Interests:  Cybernetics, Computational AI & Robotics                                                                                                                                                                                                  Biography      Résumé     Professional Statement

 

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Education
 
BSc.: Electrical Engineering, University of Bahrain, 1986.
Certificate, University of Southampton Linguistics, UK, 1988.
MSc.: Studied Msc. in Electronics, University of Southampton, UK, 1989.
Ph.D: Robotics, Dept. Cybernetics, University of Reading, UK, 1994.
Certificate: Iowa University & Bahrain University, (Faculty Development Program), 1999.
MBA of Gulf Executive Education, Darden School, University of Virginia, USA, 2000.
British Council Certification: Industry & Education: Working Together, Birmingham, UK, 2000.
National Instruments LabView Training-I Certification, Lebanon, 2008.
National Instruments LabView Training Advanced Certification, Lebanon, 2008.
Certificate: Academic Integrity And Plagiarism. University of Bahrain, Bahrain, 2012.
 
 
          
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Current:
 
NATIONAL Higher Education Skills-Innovation Steering Com Member
 
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Director General of BTI,  Bahrain Training Institute (2011-2013)
IET Knowledge Programme Advisory Board Member
IET EMEA Regional Board Member
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Dr.  Ebrahim Abdullah Mattar
P. O.  Box  13184,  Muharreq,  Kingdom of Bahrain
  Office Tel:   + 973 17-876606
       Office Fax:   + 973 17-683805
 
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