t_talshihabi

PH.D.
Talal AlShihabi
t_talshihabi@svuonline.org

Qualifications: 

PhD in Computer System Engineering (Engineering Software Design)

Programs list: 

MWT
BAIT
BACT

Courses list: 

MWT.WWD - Web Design
BAIT.IIS202 - Database Architecture and Design
BACT.IIS202 - Database Architecture and Design

Academic experience: 

Damascus University:
• Programming
• Computer-Aided Design
• Decision Support and Intelligent Systems
Yarmouk Private University:
• Programming 1
• Programming 2
• DB1
• DB2
• System Analysis and Design
• Software Eng. 1
• Software Eng. 2
Software Eng. 3

Publications: 

• Talal Al-Shihabi, Farzad Khosrowshahi, Chris Gorse and Mazen Ibrahim. Utilization of Fuzzy Logic and GIS in Selecting the Optimal Location for a Facility. 18th International Conference on Information Visualisation, Paris, France. July 2014
• Farzad Khosrowshahi , Michelle Wishardth , Chris Gorse, Parisa Ghodous, David Greenwood, and Talal A-Shihabi. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT DECISION SUPPORT TOOL - a hybrid visual model. 18th International Conference on Information Visualisation, Paris, France. July 2014
• Samer Bu Hamdan, Ghassan Al-Chaar, Farzad Khosrowshahi, Talal Al-Shihabi and Jad Juriedini. Visualization of the Expected Damage for Seismic Disaster Planning In Developing Areas. 18th International Conference on Information Visualisation, Paris, France. July 2014
• Al-Shihabi, Talal. A Proposed Design Framework for Fixed-Base Driving Simulators Using Concepts of Software Component-based Design. Damascus University Journal of Engineering Sciences. (2013)
• Al-Shihabi, Talal. Development of an Object Oriented Library based on Java 3D to Facilitate the Construction of Virtual Environments in Driving Simulators. Damascus University Journal of Engineering Sciences. (2012)
• Al-Shihabi, Talal. "Java-Based Implementation of Knowledge and Decision Making in Environements with Fuzzy Variables". The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications, Damascus, April, 2006.
• Al-Shihabi, Talal, and Mourant, Ronald R. Toward More Realistic Behavior Models for Autonomous Vehicles in Driving Simulators. Transportation Research Record, No. 1843, 2003, pp. 41-49.
• Lengenfelder, J., Schultheis, M.T., Al-Shihabi, T., DeLuca, J.and Mourant, R. Divided Attention and Driving: A Pilot Study Using Virtual Reality Technology. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. (17) 1. Feb., 2002.
• Mourant, Ronald R., Tsai, Feng-Ji, Al-Shihabi, Talal, and Jaeger, Beverly, K. "Measuring the Divided Attention Capability of Young and Older Drivers", The Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1779, Paper No. 01-2239, Nov, 2001.
• Al-Shihabi, Talal and Mourant, Ronald R. "A Framework For Modeling Human-Like Driving Behavior For Autonomous Vehicles in Driving Simulators", The Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents, Montreal, Canada, May, 2001.
• Mourant, R., Patadia, J., & Al-Shihabi, T. (1999). Dynamic Visualization of Roads and Traffic from a User’s Viewpoint. 3D in Transportation Symposium and Workshop, Transportation Research Board, National Academy of Sciences. Orlando, Florida, May 1999.
• Al-Shihabi, T., & Zeid, I. (1998). A design-plan-oriented methodology for applying case-based adaptation to engineering design. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 1998, 12.