Mr Karim Hammoud
- Title: Lecturer in Computer Science
- Email: A.Sadik@Bradford.ac.uk
- Extension: 3935
- Room No. Horton D4.10
- Qualifications: BSc(Hons) Math, A.Dipl. Computing, MSc Computing, PGCHEP
- Additional Role: ICT's Programme Leader Associate
- Research Groups: Networks & Performance Engineering
Member of BCS and HEA
Main Teaching Responsibilities:
Information Systems Analysis and Design,
Human Computer Interaction (HCI),
UG and PG Projects
Programme Leader for Franchise courses at MDIS(Singapore) and INTI(Malaysia) 2005-20014
Research Interests: Document and Text Management, Software Performance Engineering and Networks and Performance Engineering
Previous Employment/Occupations/Posts held:
Senior Software Engineer 1999-2001
Research Assistant, Bradford Univ. 1995-1997
Current, and significant recent, funded projects
Project with local businesses and Yorkshire Forward. As I completed an Innovation Voucher project for Industrious Ltd (IV-17-04) by developing an online assessment application for recruiting industrial foreign works.
As a second academic/researcher for a DTI funded Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Calmag Ltd. to establish and implement a fully functional e-commerce system for a world market in water conditioning products.
Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Member of BCS
Graduated Research Students
1. Hatam Ibrahim (2015)
Current Research Students
1. Mohneed Obeed 2012 "IMPLEMENTATION OF INFORMATION SECURITY IN IRAQ BANKING INDUSTRY: EMPRICIAL RESEARCH ON PRIVATE BANKING SECTER IN IRAQ"
Sadik K H and Alrzini J (2016): "‘E-learning using video lecture with lecture slides’ Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, 2(12).
" Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR).
For more information see: http://www.onlinejournal.in/IJIRV2I12/251.pdf
- BROWN J.C. and SADIK A.K. (1995): "Cataloguing, Indexing, Searching and Browsing Multiple Postscript Documents." The New Review of Document and Text Management., Taylor Graham, London, 1 (1): 215-235.
- Sadik K. H, Alrzini J. and Fayaz K. (2017): "A review on polymorphic malware detection techniques", IEEE Cyber Science 2017, London, UK.