Dr. Al-Omari is an assistant professor in the Department of Business Information Technology at Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan. He received his BSc. in Computer Information Systems from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) in 2006 and received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from De Montfort University, United Kingdom, in 2017. Dr. Al-Omari has a variety of academic and professional qualifications and experience. His research interests include, but are not limited to, Adaptive E-learning Systems, Machine Learning, Cyber Security, IoT, Data Mining, Big Data, and Cloud Computing.
Vice Dean King Talal School of Business Technology
King Talal School of Business Technology
Business Information Technology
- Q.A. Al-Haija, M.Alnabhan, I.Saleh, M. Al-Omari ‘Application of Blockchain for Security', Book title: IOT-BC 2021: Fostering security in IoT Healthcare using Blockchain Technology, To appear in "Cognitive Data Science in Sustainable Computing " series, Elsevier. 2022. (Scopus)
- Alarood, A., Ababneh, N., Al-Khasawneh, M., Rawashdeh, M., Al-Omari, M. (2021). IoTSteg: ensuring privacy and authenticity in internet of things networks using weighted pixels classification based image steganography. Cluster Comput. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10586-021-03383-4 [Scopus Q2 and ISI]
- Alshira’h, M., Al-Omari, M. Igried, B. Usability Evaluation of Learning Management Systems (LMS) based on User Experience. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) 12,11 (2021).
- Al-Omari, M., Rawashdeh, M., Qutaishat, F. et al. An Intelligent Tree-Based Intrusion Detection Model for Cyber Security. J Netw Syst Manage 29, 20 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10922-021-09591-y [Scopus Q1, ISI]
- Alshira’H, M. and Al-Omari, M. (2020) ‘Analyzing and Evaluating Usability of Electronic Payment Systems ( EPS ) through End-User Acceptance Testing’, International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering, 9(5), pp. 7092–7100.[Scopus Q3]
- Al-Omari, M., Carter, J., and Chiclana, F. (2016). "A Hybrid Approach for Supporting Adaptivity in E-learning Environments", The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, Emerald, 33(5): 333-348 [Scopus Q1, ISI]
- Al-Omari, M., Carter, J., and Chiclana, F. (2015). A Proposed Framework to Support Adaptivity in Virtual Learning Environments. In Proceedings of The European Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2015, Brighton, United Kingdom, pages 257–264.
- Carter, J., Chiclana, F., and Al-Omari, M. (2015). E-Learning for Distance Students: A Case Study from a UK Masters Programme. In Proceedings of The European Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2015, Brighton, United Kingdom, pages 233–242.