Dr. Mo’tassem Al Arydah
Dr. Mo’tassem Al Arydah Assistant Professor
Bio
Education
Technical Areas
Research Interests
Bio

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics

Dr. Mo’tassem Al-arydah was teaching at High schools and the Hashemite University 2000-2005. He finished his PhD from the University of Ottawa (Canada) on 2009. He worked as NSERC postdoctoral researcher at Health Canada and as a postdoctoral researcher at Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Ottawa (Canada) 2009-2014.

His research focuses on modelling physical phenomena using ordinary and partial differential equations. He has worked on reaction-diffusion dynamics in Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Modelling infectious diseases, Modelling relationship between exposure to ionization radiation and cerebrovascular diseases, and on assessment of burden of lung cancer due to residential exposure to radon gas.

Education
  • 1. Ph.D., Applied Mathematics (analysis PDEs) University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, CA (2009)
  • 2. Master of Mathematics, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan (2003).
  • 3. Bachelor of Mathematics, Yarmouk University, Jordan (2000)
Technical Areas
  • 1. Ordinary Differential Equations
  • 2. Partial Differential Equations
  • 3. Mathematical Biology
Research Interests
  • Relationship between Radon gas exposure and lung cancer
  • Relationship between exposure to ionization radiation and cerebrovascular diseases
  • Modelling infectious diseases
  • Reaction-diffusion dynamics
  • Modelling infectious diseases
  • risk assesment
  • analysis partial differential equations: exsistance and uniqueness
  • numerical solution