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Ing. Bashar Al Takrouri (Palestine)

Ing. Bashar Al Takrouri

Generation 2005
Expertise My background is in application programming; using C, and VisualBasic.NET. I also know Object-Oriented programming such as C++, C#, PHP, and JAVA. As well I have experience in Database Systems such as; MS Access, and My SQL. Web services based JAX-RPC, XML and SOAP. Furthermore, I have experience of mobile application based on JAVA MIDlet and MMAPI.
Education I have a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in Computer Systems Engineering from the Palestine Polytechnic University 1999 – 2004. In order to complete my studies I had to realize a hardware and software final project. For my hardware graduation project I created an Internet-Based Robot Control System. The main idea was to control a robot using the Internet to capture images which were then sent via the web. My software graduation project titled Digital Signal Processing Center was an application which is based on Web and Image Processing technologies
Bio I have been awarded DAAD scholarship to pursue a M.Sc. in Digital Media at the International School of Digital Media in Germany. Currently, I am working as a research assistant at the International School of Digital Media and my main finished projects are “Portnet navigator”, “eyeJOT: smart campus”, and “competence transform”, I am currently involved in a pervasive game project and an Interactive video portal for ISNM. Lately I did my internship research at the Educational Technology Expertise Centre / Open University of the Netherlands in a project called “campus memories: Learning with Contextualised Blogging”. Previously I was working as a Computer Lab Assistant at the Palestine Polytechnic University. During that time I worked on many hardware projects which utilized windows and web based application programming. One of our major projects was a ‘Breast-Cancer Detection System’.
Focus My current field of interest is the technical and social combination of ubiquitous and ambient computing (mobiles, smart objects, smart things, and context-based interaction) with web 2.0 to be applied in daily life and educational context scenarios.
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