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Objective

Committed, goal-oriented and enthusiastic individual, with Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Electrical Engineering as well as Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Computer Engineering. Currently seeking an entry-level career opportunity to put my technical field experience to work within the Oil & Gas Industry

 

 

 

Canadian Experience

Plant Safety Watch                                         2008-Present

United Safety - Red Deer, AB

 Passed Drug and Alcohol Test as well as Physical Demand Test

 Monitor the activities of maintenance workers during plant maintenance and turnaround projects throughout Alberta

 Confined Space Monitor, Fire Watch, Area Monitor, Bottle Watch, Gas Testing, Breathing Air Packs, and Maintain Accurate Documentation

 

Certification

Enform and Safety Training Centre - Red Deer, AB

 Hold the following tickets: WHMIS, Canadian Red Cross Standard 1st Aid/CPR, H2S Alive, PST and TDG. Expires 2011

 

Driving Experience                                        1998 – Present

Alberta and Newfoundland, Canada

 Class 5 Alberta Driver’s License with a clean record

 Domestic and International driving experience including: Canada (Alberta & Newfoundland), as well as Malaysia, Thailand, Egypt, and Libya

 

Post-Secondary Education in Canada              2007-2008

Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John’s, Canada

 Completed a graduate-level engineering courses and received highest academic standing with a score of 92% (GPA: 4 out of 4)

 Graduate courses: Reliability Engineering, Safety and Risk Engineering

 Successfully passed the Graduate Research Integrity Program

 

Canadian Professional Research Experience            2008

Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John’s, Canada

 Main author of a professional research paper titled: “Reliability Modeling of Wireless Sensors

Network for Oil and Gas Pipeline Monitoring”

 Paper is jointly co-authored with two professional engineers (P.Eng.) from Memorial University of

Newfoundland.

 Paper is submitted to a professional engineering journal titled, “IEEE Transactions on Reliability”

 

Please see this link, http://www.engr.mun.ca/~mhahmed/students.html

 

Canadian Commodity                                          2007-2008

Memorial University of Newfoundland - St. John’s, Canada

 In recognition of my overseas credentials honorly received the Engineering Graduate Fellowship of Memorial University of Newfoundland – Honor and Full Fund for the Program of Study

 

Relevant Canadian Experience                           2007-2008

Various St. John’s, Canada

 Worked and volunteered as an interpreter and translator for various Canadian organizations including: Association for New Canadians, Legal Aid Commission, Eastern Health, Canada Board and others.

 

Journal paper submitted to IEEE Transactions on Reliability   2008

"Reliability Modeling of Wireless Sensors Network for Oil and Gas Pipeline Monitoring"

 

Below is an abstract of the above-noted journal paper. I am the main author. The paper is jointly co-authored with Dr. Faisal Khan (PEng) and Dr. Mohamed Hossam (PEng) from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.

 

Abstract — Extensive network of pipelines carrying oil and gas is an integral part of any country’s energy management plan. As oil and gas is characterized highly hazardous, its transportation through pipeline warrants proactive continuous monitoring. Unfortunately, there has been limited continuous monitoring of this crucial infrastructure, which causes financial losses to the industry. This paper presents a wireless sensors network (WSN) system and its reliability assessment model for oil and gas pipeline condition monitoring. As a first step, a wireless sensor system for pipeline monitoring is selected. The selected system is revised for oil and gas application considering long distance transportation. Upon system development, a reliability model for the system is developed. A simple down-to-top approach is followed to analyze the reliability of the components, subsystem, and the system. Two explanatory examples are presented to demonstrate the applications of the selected system and developed reliability model. These examples help to better understand of the interrelation between the reliabilities, the components and the system.

 

Keywords — Reliability modeling, Wireless Sensors Network, pipeline condition

monitoring, wireless based condition monitoring

 

Note: Copyrighted Text

 

Affiliation

APEGGA: Member in Training (MIT). Membership No.:M97120 (Application is under process)

PEG NL: Engineer in Training (EIT). Application is being accepted

IQAS: Received the accreditation of the International Qualifications and Assessment Service, Edmonton - Alberta

 

Personal Skills

Professionalism and Innovation

 

Bilingual (English Arabic)                           

Analytical and organizational skills

Strong Research and Development skills

Leadership, planning and interpersonal skills

Rejuvenation

 

Flexible and capable to adapt to change

Familiar and adaptable to diverse multicultural environments

Excellence

 

Capable to work independently with minimum supervision

Pleasant, team player; and strong commitment to excellence

Dexterous, dynamic, self-motivated and capable of handling pressure of deadlines

Mastery with Ethics

Loyal, reliable, punctual and perform job professionally with ethics

 

Technical Skills

Engineering Software: Workbench and Matlab

Programming Languages: Assembly, BASIC, C, C++ and Visual Basic

MS Office Applications: MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Front Page and Visio

Additional skills: Adobe distiller, Photoshop, Avaya, Siebel and Desktop Research

 

Work History

Duration

Title

Duties

Brief Description

Employer

Location

2008

- Present

Safety Watch

- Passed Drug and Alcohol Test as well as Physical Demand Test; and comprehensive training

- Monitor the activities of maintenance workers during plant maintenance and turnaround projects throughout Alberta

- Confined Space Monitor, Fire Watch, Area Monitor, Bottle Watch, Gas Testing, Breathing Air Packs, and Maintain Accurate Documentation

United Safety Ltd.

Various, Alberta

2007

2008

Interpreter (Part-timer)

English ↔ Arabic translation

Association for New Canadians and Others

St. John’s, NL, Canada

 

9 2006

 4 2007

Technical Support Executive

(Telecommunications Engineering)

Technical support & troubleshooting for Nokia products & software (Telecommunications products)

Nokia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

7 2006

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9 2006

Operations Coordinator

Coordination for international events, i.e., seminars & conferences

Marcus Evans

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

9 2005

4 2006

Researcher and Designer (Part-timer)

Design for website, banners and brochures, as well as performing research work for tourism industry

Jagat Group

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

11 2003

5 2006

Tutor & Lab Demonstrator (Electrical Engineering)

Tutored and demonstrated the following Electrical Engineering subjects: Analog Communications Lab and Digital Communications Lab

International  University Malaysia (IIUM)

 

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2001

2003

Lecturer (Electrical Engineering)

Lectured the following Electrical Engineering subjects: Circuit Theory, Electronic Circuits & Assembly language

El-nebras Institute

Benghazi,

Libya

 

Education

Duration

Program Completed

Major

School

Location

2007-Present

PhD (In progress)

Electrical Engineering

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John's, Canada

2003 - 2006

Master of Science

Computer Engineering

International  University Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

1997 - 2001

Bachelor of Science

Electrical Engineering

Garyounis University

Benghazi, LB

1994 - 1997

Secondary Certificate

Science Stream

Alabyar School

Benghazi, LB

 

International Publications & Presentations

Date

Paper Title

Conference

Co-organizers

Venue

Nov 23 2006

Automated Speech to Text System (ASTS)

ICT4M

VIA Technologies, Inc.

Multimedia Supercorridor Malaysia

International University Malaysia

I Development Bank

Hilton Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

May 11 2006

Speech to Sign Language Interpreter System (SSLIS)

ICCCE '06

IEEE

International  University Malaysia (IIUM)

I Development Bank

Prince Hotel & Residence, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

 

Awards and Honors

Date /

Duration

Award /

Honor

Description

Provider

Location

2007

Graduate Fellowship

PhD Graduate Fellowship of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Memorial University of Newfoundland

St. John's, Canada

Dec 6 2006

 

Bronze Medal

 

Awarded for my research entitled (Speech to Sign Language Interpreter System) at the Master’s level

Inter-universities competition, KERIE06

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

2005 - 2006

Rector’s Fellowship

Honored for my outstanding achievement at the Master’s level (Maintaining a CGPA of 3.945)

International University Malaysia (IIUM)

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2004 - 2006

Graduate Scholarship

Awarded after my undergraduate degree and interpersonal skills being assessed by the  Development Bank (IDB)

Islamic Development Bank

Jeddah,

Saudi Arabia

 

 

Additional Information

Holder of Canadian Driver's License, Class 5 (Full)

 

Eligible and registered for the Graduate Employment Program (Wage subsidy program offered by the provincial government of Newfoundland. It provides 60% of the starting salary for a period of 52 weeks). For full information please visit the following URL,

http://www.hrle.gov.nl.ca/hrle/career_employ_youth_services/employ_prog/graduate.htm

 

Volunteer translator (English-Arabic) with Dar al-Tarjama.

 

References

References are available upon request.

 

 

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