Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering CECS, University of Louisville, 2011
M.S. Computer Science & Operation Research, Arab Academy for Science and Technology, 2001
B.S. of Computer Science and statistics, Alexandria University, 1994
Dr. Yehia Mohamed joined U. Cumberlands as an Adjunct Faculty. Prior to coming to U. Cumberlands, he taught as Adjunct Faculty at Sullivan University, and U. of Louisville. Dr. Mohamed received his B.S. in Computer Science and Statistics from Alexandria University, his M.S. in Computer Science and Operation Research from the Arab Academy for Science and Technology and his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Computer Engineering from Speed School at U. of Louisville. Currently, Yehia serves as Data Science and Healthcare Analytics Manger at Norton Healthcare.
Yehia's teaching interests include Data Mining, Predictive Analytics, Information Systems Technology, Cybersecurity, Computer networks resilience process Design and Improvement courses. he has a specialty in working with healthcare and educational intuitions. His primary research interests are in the field of Analytics, Datacenter resilience, Computer Networks and predictive Analytics in healthcare
Yehia H. Khalil, Adel S. Elmaghraby, “Data Center Resilience”, Cyber Infrastructure Protection; Policy and Strategy, New York USA, June 4-5, 2009. Printed as book Chapter to be published by the Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College 2010.
Yehia H. Khalil, Walaa M. Sheta, Adel S. Elmaghraby, “Improved Computer Networks resilience Using Social Behavior”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, October 2010, Vol. 8 No. 7, pp. 208-214.
Sandra E Brooks, Yehia H Khalil, Allison M Ledford, Tina M Hembree, “Impact of incentive driven medical home approach on use of preventive services use among healthcare system employees: a case study”, Journal of Hospital Administration, Vol 5, No 1, 2016, pp. 01-06.
Yehia H. Khalil, Tina Hembree and Sandra Brooks: “Employee Wellness Programming Using SAS® Enterprise Guide®” SAS Global Forum, San Francisco, 2013.
Yehia H. Khalil, “A Detailed Examination of Workload Assigned and Faculty Productivity: Social Networks Using SAS® Enterprise Guide® and SAS® Text Miner”, SAS Global Forum, Las Vegas, 2011.