Adnan Alshaikh

Nature of Work
Academic
Profession
Assistant Professor
Email Address
aalshaikh@najah.edu
Office Phone
(+970) 9 2345113 Ext. 3331

Dr. Adnan Salman is an assistant professor of computer science  at An-najah National University, Palestine. He received his PhD and Masters degree in computer science from University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA. He received a Master of Science degree in Physics from University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from An-Najah National University.

Dr. Adnan worked for two year as a lecturer of computer science at the Arab American University-Jenin. After earning his PhD degree, he worked for three years as a computational scientist at the Neuroinformatic center/University of Oregon. The focus of his work was on building accurate computational head models for EEG source analysis. His work involved high performance computing, intensive data analysis, and scientific computational environments.  During this work he has a close collaboration with the Electrical Geodesics, Inc. (EGI), where they worked together on several projects.    

In 2013, Dr. Adnan was appointed head of the computer science department and director of the advanced computing Masters program at An-najah University.  In addition to his administrative and teaching task, he is supervising two Masters Students in the advanced computing program.

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Institution
Al Sadyah Secondary School
Country
Palestine
Degree
High School
Faculty
Department
Thesis
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
1982 - 1985
Institution
An-Najah National University
Country
Palestine
Degree
BSc
Faculty
Science
Department
Physics
Thesis
N/A
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
1986 - 1992
Institution
University of Utah
Country
United States of America
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Science
Department
Physics
Thesis
Cosmic Ray
Speciality
Cosmic Ray
Sub speciality
Duration
1994 - 1997
Institution
University of Oregon
Country
United States of America
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Science
Department
Computer Science
Thesis
N/A
Speciality
Computer Graphics
Sub speciality
Duration
1998 - 2001
Institution
University of Oregon
Country
United States of America
Degree
PhD
Faculty
Science
Department
Computer Science
Thesis
A software framework for simulation-based scientific investigations
Speciality
Computational Science
Sub speciality
problem solving environments
Duration
2004 - 2009
Country
Palestine
Institution
Arab-American University - Jenin
Position/Job Description
Lecturer
Period
Sept. 1, 2001 - Oct. 1, 2003
Country
United States of America
Institution
University of Oregon
Position/Job Description
Research Assistant
Period
June 1, 2004 - Dec. 1, 2009
Country
United States of America
Institution
University of Oregon/Neuroinformatic Center
Position/Job Description
Computational Scientist
Period
Oct. 1, 2009 - July 1, 2012
Country
Palestine
Institution
An-Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Assitant Professor
Period
Sept. 1, 2012 - May 1, 2016
  • Original research Eco-friendly Inhibition Corrosion of Carbon Steel in Acidic Solution using the Oil of Citrus Leaves
    • 2016-01-01
    • L. Adardour
    • M. Larouj
    • H. Lgaz
    • M. Belkhaouda
    • R. Salghi
    • S. Jodeh
    • Adnan Salman
    • H.Oudda
    • M. Taleb
  • Original research Concurrency in Electrical Neuroinformatics: Parallel Computation for Studying the Volume Conduction of Brain Electrical Fields in Human Head Tissues
    • 2015-07-01
    • Adnan Salman
    • Allen Malony
    • Sergei Turovets
    • Vasily Volkov
    • David Ozog
    • Don Tucker
  • Conference Paper Next-Generation Human Brain Neuroimaging and the Role of ‎High-Performance Computing
    • 2013-07-01
  • Original research Computational Modeling of Human Head Electromagnetics for Source Localization of Milliscale Brain Dynamics
    • 2011-01-01
    • Adnan SALMAN
    • Allen D. MALONY
    • Sergei TUROVETS
    • Don TUCKER
    • Jung Eun SONG
    • Kai LI
    • Colin DAVEY
    • Vasily VOLKOV
    • Scott BIERSDORFF
    • Chris HOGE
    • David HAMMOND
  • Original research P19-13 Towards Combined Neuroimaging Modalities: EEG and Bounded EIT
    • 2010-01-01
    • Adnan Salman
    • Sergei Turovets
    • A. Malony
    • K. Li
    • Don M Tucker
  • Conference Paper An Open Domain-Extensible Environment for Simulation-Based Scientific Investigation (ODESSI).
    • 2009-05-25
  • Conference Paper Conductivity Analysis for High-Resolution EEG
    • 2008-05-28
  • Conference Paper Use of Parallel Simulated Annealing for Computational Modeling of Human Head Conductivity
    • 2007-05-27
  • Book chapter Anatomically Constrained Conductivity Estimation of the Human Head Tissues in Vivo: Computational Procedure and Preliminary Experiments
    • 2006-01-01
  • Conference Paper Multi-cluster, Mixed-Mode Computational Modeling of Human Head Conductivity
    • 2005-06-01
  • Conference Paper Computational Modeling of Human Head Conductivity
    • 2005-05-22
  • Original research The Prototype High-Resolution Fly's Eye Cosmic Ray Detector
    • 2000-01-01
    • A Salman
    • T Abu-Zayyad
    • K Belov
    • D.J Bird
    • J Boyer
    • G Chen
    • R.W Clay
    • H.Y Dai
    • B.R Dawson
    • Y Ho
    • M.A Huang
    • C.C.H Jui
    • M.J Kidd
    • D.B Kieda
    • B.C Knapp
    • W Lee
    • E.C Loh
    • E.J Mannel
    • J.N Matthews
    • T.A O'Halloran
    • K.M Simpson
    • J.D Smith
    • P Sokolsky
    • P Sommers
    • S.B Thomas
    • L.R Wiencke
    • C.R Wilkinson
    • N.R Wild
  • Original research Ion trajectories in Saturn's magnetosphere near Titan
    • 2000-01-01
    • Adnan Salman
    • Thomas E. Cravens
    • S. A. Ledvina
    • K. Kecskemety
  • Conference Paper Status of the High Resolution Fly's Eye Detector: Operation and Installation
    • 1999-08-17
  • Original research Geometrical Reconstruction with the High Resolution Fly's Eye Prototype Cosmic Ray Detector
    • 1999-01-01
  • Original research Radio-Controlled Xenon Flashers for Atmospheric Monitoring at the Hires Cosmic Ray Observatory
    • 1999-01-01
  • Conference Paper Trigger Sensitivity of the FADC Instrumented HiRes Fly's Eye
    • 1997-08-08
  • Original research Testing the High Resolution Fly's Eye Using Laserscope
    • 1997-01-01
  • Original research A Monte Carlo Study of Reconstruction of Monocular Events having Limited Track Lengths for the High Resolution Fly's Eye
    • 1997-01-01
  • Original research Stereo Reconstruction of EAS with the Hires Detector
    • 1997-01-01
  • Original research Multi-Component Observations of 1017 eV EAS With a Hybrid Fluorescence and Surface Detector
    • 1997-01-01
  • Original research Noninvasive Conductivity Extraction for High-Resolution EEG Source Localization
    • 1970-01-01
    • Adnan Salman
    • S. Turovets
    • A. Malony
    • Pieter Poolman
    • C. Davey
    • K Jeffrey Eriksen
    • Don M Tucker
  • Original research Atmospheric Monitoring at the High Resolution Fly's Eye: Atmospheric Scattering
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper The HiRes Detector: Absolute Calibration and Alignment
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Use of bounded EIT for in vivo conductivity estimates in EEG source localization
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Computational Modeling of Human Head Electromagnetics for Source Localization of Milliscale Brain Dynamics using GPUs
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Combined Neuroimaging Modalities: Bounded EIT And EEG
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Towards Subject Specific Head Models for Improved High –Resolution EEG
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper On the Role of Skull Parcellation in the Computational Modeling ‎of Human Head Conductivity
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper The Highest Energy Cosmic Rays and Gamma Rays
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Cosmic Ray Composition Measured by Hires in Coincidence with FE2‎
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Physics with HiRes Stage 0.5 and Stage 2
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Atmospheric Monitoring at the High Resolution Fly's Eye: Monitoring Data via the HiRes Laser/Lidar System
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper Calibration and Stability Measurements of a FADC Based Data Aquisition System for the HiRes Fly's Eye Experiment
    • 1970-01-01
  • Conference Paper The Capabilities of the High Resolution Fly's Eye Detector
    • 1970-01-01