Abdul Hakim Mohamed Profile;

Abdul Hakim Mohamed
Director of E-Learning Center (Secondment)
College of Business Administration

Name: Abdul Hakim Mohamed
Job Title: Director of E-Learning Center (Secondment)
College: College of Business Administration
Email: abdulhakim.mohamed@asu.edu.om
Phone: 25401125 Ext. 1125

Hakim is a success-driven professional faculty within Computer Sciences and Information Technology domains, with expertise in Computer Programming, Human-Computer Interaction design, Modelling, eLearning development, and project management. Hakim does have a well-established track in developing new academic programs, scientific research, managing and deploying enterprise application solutions, implementing scalable IT infrastructures and creating and leading teams. Hakim excels in delivering a high return on technology investments, instituting cost-effective technologies, increasing revenue streams through the introduction of new technology services, and a passion for listening, implementing, and leading efficiently.

Educational Programs Development

- College reviewer for  Bachelor of Business in Logistics and supply chain management (2020- ongoing)

- Team leader for the development, preparation and submission of ASU BSc in Cybersecurity program (approved in 2020)

- Co-leader of the development, preparation and submission of ASU Bachelor of Technology in Internet and Information Technology program (approved in 2020)

 -Member of ASU MBA (Arabic) program development committee (approved 2019)

- Member of ASU BA in management (Arabic) program development committee (approved 2019)

- Co-leader of the development, preparation and submission of ASU MBA program (English) (approved  2017)





- PhD in Computer Science,  The University of Liverpool, UK (2016) Thesis title: “A Patient-centred, culturally-aware system design approach for e-Health Informatics”.

- MSc. in Computer Science, Liverpool Hope University, UK (2008) Dissertation title: “An adaptive-Recursive tutoring system design approach for e-Learning”, Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences.

- BSc. in Information Technology and Internet Technology (Hons. 1st with Distinction). The University of Liverpool, UK  (2006). 


Harvard Business School Online: Business Analytics (2019)

External memberships

- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

- British Computer Society 


Internal memberships

-  University Accreditation & Standards Committee (A‘Sharqiyah University) 2019- current

- University Academic Board (A‘Sharqiyah University) 2016- current

- University Learning and Teaching Committee (A‘Sharqiyah University) 2016-current

- University Students Council Election Committee (A‘Sharqiyah University) 2020

- University Students And Staff Services Committee (A‘Sharqiyah University) 2020

- MBA academic board


Human-Computer Interaction

Health Informatics


Islamic Eschatology

Mobile ubiquitous

Cross-culture change 




Mohamed, A. H. H. (2020). Human-Computer Interaction: Patient-Centred Culturally-Aware Design. Noor Publishing. ISBN-13: 978-620-2-79098-7, ISBN-10: 6202790989, EAN: 9786202790987


DOI/URL: https://www.noor-publishing.com/catalogue/details/ae/978-620-2-79098-7/human-computer-interaction


Bashir M.E.A., Mohamed A.H.H.M., Khanan A., Fattah F.A.M.A., Wang L., Ryu K.H. (2021) Cache Learning Method for Terrific Detection of Atrial Fibrillation. In: Pan JS., Li J., Namsrai OE., Meng Z., Savić M. (eds) Advances in Intelligent Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 211. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-6420-2_62

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-6420-2_62

Journal paper

Mohamed, A.H.H.M., Abdel Fattah, F.A.M., Bashir M.E.A., Khanan A., Maia Alhajri, Zaheer Abbas  (2021) Investigating the acceptance of distance learning amongst Omani students: a case study from Oman, Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication, Accepted for publication (currently in archiving process). Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1108/GKMC-02-2021-0021

Abdel Fattah, F.A.M., Dahleez, K.A., Mohamed, A.H.H.M., Okour, M.K. and AL Alawi, A.M.M. (2021), "Public health awareness: knowledge, attitude and behaviors of the public on health risks during COVID-19 pandemic in sultanate of Oman", Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1108/GKMC-10-2020-0152

Abdel Fattah, Fadi & Mohamed, A H H & Bashir, Mohamad & Al Alawi, Abrar. (2020). Determinants of Knowledge-Sharing Behaviour Amongst Students at Higher Educational Institutions in Oman: A Planned Behaviour Theoretical Perspective of Knowledge Sharing. Global Knowledge Memory and Communication. 10.1108/GKMC-07-2020-0104. 

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1108/GKMC-07-2020-0104

Mehmood, A., Khanan, A., Mohamed, A. H. H., Mahfooz, S., Song, H., & Abdullah, S. (2017). ANTSC: An intelligent Naïve Bayesian probabilistic estimation practice for traffic flow to form stable clustering in VANET. IEEE Access6, 4452-4461.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2017.2732727

Conference paper

Khanan, A., Abdullah, S., Mohamed, A. H. H., Mehmood, A., & Ariffin, K. A. Z. (2019). Big Data Security and Privacy Concerns: A Review. In Smart Technologies and Innovation for a Sustainable Future (pp. 55-61). Springer, Cham.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01659-3_8

Mohamed, A. H. H., Tawfik, H., Norton, L., & Al-Jumeily, D. (2013, December). A technology acceptance model for a user-centred culturally-aware e-Health design. In 2013 Sixth International Conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (pp. 121-125). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/DeSE.2013.30

Mohamed, A. H. H., Tawfik, H., Norton, L., & Al-Jumeily, D. (2012, January). Does e-Health technology design affect m-Health informatics acceptance? A case study. In Proceedings of 2012 IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (pp. 968-971). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/BHI.2012.6211750

Mohamed, A. H. H., Tawfik, H., Norton, L., & Al-Jumeily, D. (2011, April). e-HTAM: A Technology Acceptance Model for electronic health. In 2011 International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology (pp. 134-138). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/INNOVATIONS.2011.5893804

Anya, O., Tawfik, H., Nagar, A., & Mohamed, A. H. H. (2011, December). Cadhealth: Designing and prototyping for cross-boundary decision support in e-health. In 2011 Developments in E-systems Engineering (pp. 111-116). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/DeSE.2011.77

Shaalan, K., Al-Mansoori, M., Tawfik, H., & Mohamed, A. H. H. (2011, December). Evaluation of an e-learning diabetes awareness prototype. In 2011 Developments in E-systems Engineering (pp. 74-80). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/DeSE.2011.92

Mohamed, A. H. H. (2011, December). ARTS: An Adaptive Recursive Tutoring System. In 2011 Developments in E-systems Engineering (pp. 255-260). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/DeSE.2011.78

Mohamed, A. H. H., Tawfik, H., Al-Jumeily, D., & Norton, L. (2011, December). MoHTAM: A technology acceptance model for mobile health applications. In 2011 Developments in E-systems Engineering (pp. 13-18). IEEE.

DOI/URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/DeSE.2011.79

Funded projects

  • Project: Context-Aware Multimedia Information System for e-Health Decision Support” (2009–2011).

Funding Source: The UK Prime Minister's Initiative - PMI2 Connect: Research Co-operation in the Gulf States.

Amount: £33,225.00 (UK Pound) / USD 43,192.00

Description: The objective was to develop a context-aware multimedia information system to support collaborative medical decision making in an e-Health environment

Link:  https://sites.google.com/site/khaledshaalan/projects?overridemobile=true&tmpl=%2Fsystem%2Fapp%2Ftemplates%2Fprint%2F&showPrintDialog=1


  • Project: Developing and investigating an Effective Teaching and Learning Framework towards Realizing Smart Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) in Oman: A’Sharqiyah University Case Study (2020-ongoing)


Funding Source: Research Grant Program funded by Oman TRC (The Research council).

Amount: 2500 OMR/ USD 6,476.00

Description: Developing and investigating an Effective Teaching and Learning Framework towards Realizing Smart Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) in Oman

Link:  https://rims.trc.gov.om/converis/mypages/browse/Project/18189128

  •  Project: Empowering Omani women through Digital entrepreneurship programs to boost Oman National Economy growth (2018-2019)

Funding Source: Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research Award Program (FURAP) funded by Oman TRC (The Research council).

Amount: 2500 OMR/ USD  6,476.00

Description: This project focused on studying factors that facilitate the reformation of the entrepreneurship programs in universities to be escalated into the next level ‘Digital entrepreneurship’ by careful and well-planned integration of cloud and web services to empower Omani women and be part of the growth of Omani economy

Link:  https://rims.trc.gov.om/converis/mypages/browse/Project/12092125