Faculty: Amjad Nusayr
Lecturer, Computer Science
Amjad Nusayr is a lecturer of Computer Science at UHV. He has been teaching Computer Science courses for over 8 years in different venues. His research interests are in Software Engineering, in particular in dynamic analysis, runtime monitoring, and Aspect Oriented Programming. He also participates in projects involving arduino programming and NXT mindstorrms.
Dr. Nusayr completed his PhD at New Mexico State University in 2011, his M.S 2003 at NYiT, and his B.S 2002 from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST)
- Jonathan Cook, Amjad Nusayr: Towards More Generic Aspect-Oriented Programming: Rethinking the AOP Joinpoint Concept. SEKE 2012: 154-157
- Towards More Generic Aspect-Oriented Programming: Rethinking the AOP Joinpoint Concept. Jonathan Cook and Amjad Nusayr In Proc. 2009 Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE)
- Amjad Nusayr and Jonathan Cook, AOP for the Domain of Runtime Monitoring: Breaking Out of the Code-Based Model. In Proc. 2009 Domain Specific Aspect Languages Workshop at AOSD, Charlotte, VA, USA. 4pp., 2009
- Amjad Nusayr and Jonathan Cook, Extending AOP to Support Broad Runtime Monitoring Needs. In Proc. 2009 Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), Boston, USA. 4pp., 2009