Mr. Jawdat Nassaar
Ottawa expertise and consultant: Math, Mathematics and Software.

P. O. BOX 64284
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K1Y 4V2
Tel (613) 266-6314
Faxes (613) 798-1368


Over twelve years of software development experience.


Object oriented programming, Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), and Visual C++.


Programming languages include Fortran, C, C++, JavaScript, Java, and DHTML.


Operating systems include Windows, NT, Unix and VMS.


Awards include scholarships of the Electrical Engineering Department, University of Texas at Dallas (1993), the United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates (1982), and the Ministry of Education, United Arab Emirates (1980).


Completed doctoral program courses in Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics, University of Texas at Dallas, U.S.A. and University of Manitoba, Canada (1993-1997).


Master of Science in Applied Mathematical Physics, University of Texas at Dallas (1993).


Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates ( 1987 ).


Summer training program, Electronic Circuit Development and applications, Telecommunications Department, ZADCO, Abu-Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ( 1985).


Other languages include Arabic, French, and Russian.

Work Experience:

1996-Present. Software Engineer, 4data International, Ottawa, Canada. Responsible for the development of software applicable to Gamma Cameras, data acquisition, data modeling, exceptional digital filters, applied electromagnetism and satellite telecommunications in satisfaction of the specific requirements of leading international companies such as KOM Networks, IS2 Research, Sony and Gamma Consultants. In the corporation of the University of Ottawa and Algonquin College performed the duties of instructor in Programming, Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Applied Mathematics. Developed technical support manuals for kernel mode massive SCSI devices under various operating systems. Have performed my duties under different operating systems and used various software packages.

1995-1996. Software Engineer, University of Manitoba. Responsible for the theoretical and numerical analysis of Maxwell's equations applicable to radars, antennas, and high frequency circuits. Performed extensive work in the reduction of Maxwell's equations to partial differential equations for the purpose of applying the Finite Element Method.

1993-1995. Software Engineer, University of Texas at Dallas. Responsible for the theoretical and numerical analysis of the interaction between lasers and spheroidal water micro-droplets, applicable to optical amplifiers and narrow-band antennas. Performed extensive theoretical and numerical work in solving Maxwell's equations for nonlinear systems.

1992-1993. Development Engineer, Nano-electronics Center, University of Texas at Dallas. Projects included scanning tip silvering improvement, tunneling, and theoretical and numerical studies to enhance and improve nano-scanning.

1989-1992. Regional Manager, Trans World Oil Sources Company ( TWOS ), Abu-Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ( U.A.E.). Supervised and managed TWOS in the U.S.A. finding and buying all needed oil field products. Did all necessary translation and interpreting.

1986-1989. Programmer and Instructor, Trans World Oil Sources Company ( TWOS ), Abu-Dhabi, U.A.E. Responsible for writing programs in Fortran, for data fitting and analysis for oil companies. Prepared and conducted training seminars in the use of Fortran and personal computers.

Other Interests:

* International scientific conferences.
* Technical articles and scientific periodicals.
* Classical music.
* Volleyball, swimming, and billiards.
* Economics.
* International film festivals.
* Philosophical Physics and Poetry.