Hossein Hassani joined the UKH academic staff in 2007 after nearly twenty years experience in software industry. Since coming to UKH, he has served in the Department of Applied Computing and Information Technology as lecturer during which he has been teaching different modules such as Introduction to Computer Systems, Fundamental of Database Systems, IT and Software Project Management, IT Organization and Deployment, Advanced Database, Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering, and Information Systems Analysis and Design.
Staring as a programmer, during his career he undertook different positions as software and database designer, senior analyst, project manager, software quality auditor, and senior IT consultant. His proficiency in software development and Information Technology has been augmented by taking those positions in different projects with variety of themes from Commercial Software Development -for large statewide enterprises- to Translation Machine Development from one side, and from Software Quality Management (SQM) to Software Solution and Development Frameworks adaptation (e.g. MSF and RUP) on the other side. In addition, he has conducted several training courses and seminars at universities, governmental enterprises, and private sectors, covering advanced subjects in Object Oriented Programming and Design, SQM, and Software Project Management.
He has BSc in Computer (Software) from University of Mashhad - Iran, and MSc in Information Management from Robert Gordon University - Scotland, and he is pursuing his PhD study.
His main interested areas are Enterprise Architecture and IT Strategic Planning, Software Quality Management, Information Engineering, Large Databases, Information Accessibility, and the way that Information Technology should be implemented on undeveloped and developing regions.
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