In 2012, Dr. Alrazi earned his PhD in Applied and Abstract Mathematics from the University of South Florida, one of the largest research institutes in Florida.
Dr. Alrazi has more than 20 years of teaching experience, during which he has taught different levels from college algebra to topology and analysis in different universities including the University of South Florida, University of Jordan, and Savannah State University. He has earned many awards in teaching, grants and travel support during his career journey and he is a member of international professional organizations like the American Mathematical Society and the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics.
Dr. Alrazi joined Khalifa University for science and technology as an assistant professor of mathematics in 2015. His scientific interests lie in nonlinear partial differential equations, soliton theory, computational methods, inequalities and nonlinear analysis. He has published several papers in applied mathematics journals and given many talks and presentations at national and international conferences.
Ph.D in Pure and Applied Mathematics