Page 1


Science & Technology

Issue 2, 2010

ITBulletin To Graduating Students

On behalf of the College I would like to express our sincere congratulations to our 2009 graduates for their outstanding achievements. We wish you all a successful career! From Mrs. Amina Abou Sharkh Teaching Assistant Student Association Coordinator, Women

Dr. ElFadil Abdulla - a New Daughter

Dean’s Message

The College of IT congratulates Dr. El Fadil Abdullah on the birth of a new baby girl, Inas. We wish Inas and her parents good health and good luck.

Dear Students,


The first semester is over and I hope you obtained good results. If not, don’t worry, you can improve. Just put some thought into what went wrong and make an effort to remedy the situation. Don’t give up! As stated in the University calendar, classes have began on Sunday, January 31, 2010. I strongly advise all students to meet with their advisors to discuss their academic status, select their courses properly, and register. Remember, if you have a job outside the University, don’t overload yourself with work because that is likely to lead to poor academic performance. Finally, if you have any concerns please inform us and we will do our best to help you on the road to success. Good luck! From Dr. Hakim Khali Dean of the College of Information Technology

The College of information Technology organized a trip to GITEX on October 15, 2009. As always, GITEX was a good opportunity for IT professionals and students to learn about cutting edge technology. Many leading IT companies conducted short presentations illustrating their new products and giving talks on innovative hardware products. The trip provided students with a great opportunity to enrich their knowledge. From Student Hend Bishr Computer Science Major



Issue 2, 2010

An Invitation to Join the AUST-MSIS Program The Master of Science in Information Systems (AUST-MSIS) program offered by the College of Information Technology is designed to prepare students to lead organizations in the effective implementation and utilization of information systems. Graduates of the AUST-MSIS program are prepared for rewarding careers as members of information systems development teams or in management positions that require advanced skills that are beyond a traditional undergraduate degree. Graduates can also pursue further graduate studies and research leading to a PhD degree in the field of information technology. For further information about the program or registration requirements please visit the university website at or contact the Program Coordinator at From Dr. Abdulaziz Khamis Master Program Coordinator

Cooperation Between the College and Microsoft Gulf UAE Schools Visit the University On December 17, 2009, the College of Information Technology hosted about 300 students from schools in Sharjah and Ajman. The College Dean, Dr. Hakim Khali, welcomed the visitors and wished them a successful career. The students toured University classrooms, labs, gymnasium and restaurants. Afterwards college instructors gave them a short training session introducing Web Developments. The visit ended with the distribution of gifts, and lunch. From Mrs. Amina Abou Sharkh Students’ Association Coordinator, Women Teaching Assistant

As part of the effort of the College of Information Technology to provide high quality education through the implementation of the latest computing technology, and the continuing cooperation between Microsoft and the College, a meeting was arranged to discuss ways of how our students and faculty members can benefit from this cooperation. It was agreed that Microsoft will provide tools that can be used in implementing graduation projects and help in training IT graduates. In addition, IT students will be given the opportunity to attend Microsoft certification programs. There is also the possibility of implementing joint government and private sector projects in various areas of information technology with the help of faculty members and graduating students at the Bachelor and Masters levels. From Dr. Riyadh Mehdi Head of Computer Science Department

New IT Programs In order to meet the market demand for IT graduates, the IT college has submitted a new academic program to the ministry of higher education & research for approval. If the CAA approves the new program, it will hopefully start next academic year.

Go … Google

For participation or suggestions, contact:

• Mrs. Amina Abou Sharkh, Students’ Association Coordinator, Women, at extension 6601 or • Mr. Rawhi Al Rai, Students’ Association Coordinator, Men, at extension 6620 or P.O. Box: 346, Ajman , UAE. Tel: 97167482222+ Fax: 97167438888+ Website: Copyright © 2010 College of Information Technology. Ajman University of Science & Technology. All Rights Reserved.

Google began in March 1996 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Ph.D. students at Stanford working on the Stanford Digital Library Project (SDLP). Nowadays, Google plays a big part in different areas which are: search, mail, mobile operating systems, advertising and mapping. The company is ever expanding, however, Google has just introduced an entirely new programming language, taking influences from C++ and Python, called, quite simply, Go. The language combines the development speed of working in a dynamic language like Python with the performance and safety of a compiled language like C or C++. Who knows, we may find after few years this language leading in the field of web development and software engineering. From: Mr. Rawhi Alraie Students’ Association Coordinator, Men Teaching Assistant

College of Information Technology bulletin,issue # 2 :: AUST::  

College of Information Technology bulletin,issue # 2

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you