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Experience


 
1994-Present: King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
9/2005-Present: Dean, Scientific Research
3/2008-Present: Director, Science & Technology Unit
3/2007-9/2008: Dean (A), Graduate Studies
8/2007-5/2009: Director, Office of International Cooperation
1/2003-1/2006: Director, Program Assessment Center
6/2000-1/2003: Director, Office of Energy Management.
1998-1/2003: Coordinator, Architectural Engineering Co-op Program.
10/2009-Present: Professor of Architectural Engineering.
6/2001-10/2009: Associate Professor of Architectural Engineering.
1994-6/2001: Assistant Professor of Architectural Engineering.
  See Teaching Page for details of Teaching Experience
 
Summers 95-97: Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
  Three consecutive summer assignments that involved technical engineering review of new/ renovated office building projects. Provided short course training to the architects and engineers of the Design Services Department of Saudi Aramco.
 
1991-1992: The Saudi Student House at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA
1992: President of the Saudi Student House at Texas A&M University
1991: Educational Officer of the Saudi Student House
 
1986-1987: King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
  Graduate Assistant, Department of Architectural Engineering (ARE). Teaching ARE lab in acoustics and illumination and assisting in short courses offered by the department in the areas of energy conservation and computer-aided design.
 
Summer 1985: Ballast Nedam Group N.V., Khamis Mushait, Saudi Arabia
  Assistant Engineer in a big aircraft shelters construction project. Worked through various departments in the company and prepared weekly technical report on the project.
 
1978-1981: National Computer Center, Central Department of Statistics, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  Computer Operator for three years.
   
 
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