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Dr Abdo Abou Jaoudé

Applied Mathematics

Notre Dame University - Louaize

Abdo Abou Jaoudé has been teaching for many years and has a passion for researching and teaching mathematics. He is currently Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Notre Dame University-Louaizé (NDU), Lebanon, where he has worked since 2005. He holds a BSc and MSc in Computer Science from NDU, and three PhDs in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, and in Applied Statistics and Probability, completed at Bircham International University through a distance learning program. He also holds two PhDs in Mathematics and Prognostics from the Lebanese University, Lebanon, and Aix-Marseille University, France.

Abdo's broad research interests are in the field of applied mathematics, and he has published 21 international journal articles and six contributions to conference proceedings, in addition to a book on prognostics in 2013, a book chapter published with IntechOpen in 2019, and two books on applied mathematics and computer science released in 2019 with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. He is very interested in the area of diagnostics and prognostics, especially as they are applied to complex dynamic systems, which was the topic of his last doctoral dissertation. He is currently developing a novel branch of pure and applied mathematics known as 'the complex probability paradigm', which joins probability theory with complex analysis.

Aside from his research, Abdo's greatest pleasure is sharing his knowledge with others. He firmly believes that mathematics is a gateway to our deepest mysteries, and is devoted to contributing, however modestly, to the illustrious field of mathematics, hoping to follow in the footsteps of history's greatest mathematicians.