Ammar Sami AlDallal, Assistant Professor, member of Computer Engineering Department, Ahlia University. In 2012 he received his PhD in Information Systems and Computing from Brunel University. He taught more than 13 courses in undergraduate and postgraduate, Supervised a vast number of graduation projects and master dissertations. AlDallal has more than 17 published papers and several researches in progress in the area of Information retrieval, computer security and genetic algorithm, also serves as a paper reviewer in a number of international journals. He received a best paper and best presenter awards in a number of conferences. He is a member of internal examiner committee of Master dissertations and also a member of IEEE. He is recognized by Brunel University as a PhD Academic supervisor. Dr. AlDallal received the fellowship from Higher Education Academy- UK (2017). He worked as a System Programmer in International Turnkey Systems- Kuwait (1998 -2004) and a Senior System Analyst in International Turnkey Systems in Kingdom of Bahrain (2004 -2012).
Information retrieval, genetic algorithm, computer security, artificial intelligence
Undergraduate (supervised with successful completion:
Mohammed Alhammadi, “Adaptive Control Of Traffic Signal Based On Traffic Density Controlled By CCTV”, (2018).
Mena Magdi, “Vacant Parking Detection and Reporting using Mobile Application”, (2018).
Zainab Naser, Dissertation Title: “The Power of Multimedia To Raise The Efficiency Of Education”. (2017)
“Exploring DOM-Based cross site scripting”, at Research Forum – Ahlia University on 23/4/2018.
“Securing Web Applications Against Cross-Site Scripting”, at Ahlia University on 7/12/2016.
“Using Genetic Algorithm with Combinational Crossover to Solve Travelling Salesman Problem”, at Ahlia University on 18/11/2015
“Improving genetic algorithm convergence in information retrieval using hybrid crossover” , at Ahlia University on 23/4/2014
Al-Dallal, Ammar:” The Effect of Hybrid Crossover Technique on Enhancing Recall and Precision in Information Retrieval”, Conference of World Congress of Engineering (WCE13), pp1571-1576, 3-5 Jul, 2013, London, UK
Al-Dallal, Ammar; “Enhancing Recall and Precision in Web Search using Advanced Fitness Function”, CD-ROM/Online Proceedings of the European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS). pp 29-41. 2012, 6-7 June, Munich, Germany.
Al-Dallal, Ammar and Abdul-Wahab, R.S.: “GA-based System for Achieving High Recall and Precision in Information Retrieval”. In Proceedings of Artificial Evolution 2011 (Evolution Artificielle 2011) 10th Biennal International Conference on Artificial Evolution, ISBN 978-2-9539267-1-2, 24-26 October, Angers, France, (2011).
Al-Dallal, Ammar; and Abdul-Wahab, R.S.; “Achieving High Recall and Precision with HTLM Documents: An Innovation Approach in Information Retrieval”, Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering 2011 Vol III. WCE 2011, 6 – 8 July, 2011, London, U.K.
Al-Dallal, Ammar; Shaker, R.; “Genetic Algorithm in Web Search using inverted index representation,” GCC Conference & Exhibition, 2009 5th IEEE, pp.1-5, 17-19 March 2009.
Al-Dallal, Ammar.; Abdul-Wahab, R.S.; , “Genetic Algorithm Based to Improve HTML Document Retrieval,” Developments in eSystems Engineering (DESE), 2009 Second International Conference on , vol., no., pp.343-348, 14-16 Dec. 2009.
K. Saleh and A. Al-Dallal, “Protocol synthesis using the Petri net model”, Ninth IASTED Intern. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems (PDCS’97), pp. 37-40, October, Washington, D.C., USA, 1997.
Accepted to Conference:
Ammar Al-Dallal , “Using Genetic Algorithm with Combinational Crossover to Solve TSP”, 7th International Conference on Evolutionary Computation Theory and Applications, 12-14 Nov 2015, Lisbon, Portugal
The Best Presentation award for the paper entitled “Enhancing Recall and Precision in Web Search using Advanced Fitness Function”.
Best paper award for the paper” Securing Web Applications Against Cross-Site Scripting”, in ISER 40th International Conference, Berlin, Germany, October 2016”