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Khaled Abdulrahman Alnowaiser

Managerial Roles

Dean of IT & Distance Learning

Education

  • PhD, Computer Science

University of Glasgow 2016

Thesis: Garbage Collector Optimization for Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) Architecture.
  • MSc, Digital Forensics and E-Descovery

University of Glasgow 2009

Thesis: Forensic Prototype Framework for Software Dispute Resolution
  • Bsc, Computer Engineering

King Saud University 2001

Graduation Project: Home Automation using Mobile Agents

Achievements

  • Research excellence, Saudi Arabian Cultural Bureau in London 2014
  • Management award, Advanced Electronics Company 2007

Managerial Experiences

  • Dean, IT & Distance Learning 2018- now
  • Vice Dean, IT & Distance Learning 2016-2018
  • Developed IT Business Continuity Plan (ISO22301)
  • Managed the following projects:
  1. Disaster Recovery site
  2. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
  3. Data Center Upgrade
  4. ERP
  5. KPIs & BI system
  • Head of the following committees
  1. Technical sub-Committee of KPIs automation
  2. Learning Resources Standard of Institutional Accreditation
  • Member of the following committees
  1. eTransaction
  2. University KPIs
  3. College of Computer Science & Engineering Council
  4. Computer Engineering Department Council
  5. eLearning & Distance Learning
  6. University Council
  7. University Excellence and Ranking
  8. External Accreditation
  9. Student Housing
  10. Intellectual Awareness Unit.
  11. Technical sub-Committee of Tender Opening Committee.
  12. Employee Data Cleansing Committee. (2017)
  13. Educational Environment Development Committee, Strategic Plan Project. (2017)
  14. Administration Supportive System Development Committee, Strategic Plan Project. (2017)

Research

  • Khaled Alnowaiser. 2014. A study of connected object locality in NUMA heaps. In Proceedings of the workshop on Memory Systems Performance and Correctness (MSPC '14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 1, 9 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2618128.2618132
  • Khaled Alnowaiser and Jeremy Singer. Topology-Aware Parallelism for NUMA Copying Collectors, chapter Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 28th International Workshop, LCPC 2015, Raleigh, NC, USA, September 9-11, 2015, Revised Selected Papers, pages 191–205. Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2016. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29778-1_12

Skills

  • Managing IT portfolio
  • Speaker at a variety of IT and Computing conferences and specialized meetups

Interests

My research interests broadly span the area of computer architecture and software engineering. In particular, the hardware-software techniques to improve performance and portability. I’m also interested in parallel architecture and many-core systems

 

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