Khaled Furati is
a professor of Mathematics at KFUPM. He received his Ph.D degree in
Mathematics from Duke University, NC, USA, in 1995 and since then he
joined the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at KFUPM.
He served as Chairman of the Math Department during 2000-2004,
Director of Testing and Evaluation Center during 2010-2014, and a
member of the Scientific Council since 2016.
Dr. Furati worked on
models for two-phase flow in porous media and singular
Sturm-Liouville problems. His current research interests
include fractional differential equations and their applications and
computational methods. Among the funded research projects he has
conducted are: fractional order neural networks, asymptotic behavior
and well posedness of solutions for fractional differential
equations, inverse source problems for fractional diffusion
equation, higher-order numerical methods for nonlinear
space-fractional diffusion equations, and characterization of
fractures effects using non-Darcy-Flow fractional models.
Education -PhD, 1995,
Duke University, Durham, NC, USA. -MS, 1988, KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. -BS, 1980,
KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
Fractional Differential Equations.
Inverse problems for fractional diffusion equation.
Computational methods for differential equations.