Amal Al-Dweik

Amal Al-Dweik

Amal Al-Dweik








  • PhD. of Information Networks (2004-2009). Cairo University. Faculty of Computers and Information. Cairo. Egypt.
  • M.Sc. of Computer Science (2000-2002) – GPA: B+, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
  • Bachelor of Eng. of Computer Systems Engineering (1994-1999) –  GPA:89.9%
  • General Secondary Certificate – Scientific Branch – GPA: 95.1%, Barakat School for Girls, Hebron, Palestine.



Career History & Accomplishments


Palestine Polytechnic University, Hebron, Palestine

Instructor (2002 – 2004, 2005- until now):

  • Teaching the following graduate and undergraduate courses:


  • Introduction to Computers.
  • Computer and programming principles
  • Computer Programming.
  • Advanced Computer Architecture.
  • Advanced Operating Systems.
  • Computer Organization.
  • Computer Architecture.
  • Computer Organization and Architecture.
  • Computer Organization and Architecture design
  • Software Engineering.
  • Programming Languages.
  • Special Topics in Programming
  • Computer Graphics.
  • Operating systems
  • Principles of Computers and Programming
  •    Mobile Agent Systems.
  • Distributed Systems (Undergraduate and Graduated levels)
  • Scientific Research Methods (Undergraduate and Graduated levels).


  • Supervision


  • Master Thesis
    • Fault Tolerance Issue in Cloud Computing Systems “Wait – Then- Migrate Fault Tolerance Approach using OpenNebula”, Anas Amro, Master of Informatics, Dec., 2014.
    • Enhancing the Performance Of The Ad Hoc Routing Protocol Using Mobile Agents Approach, Walaa Shawar. Master of Informatics, In Progress (2015).
    • Performance Analysis Of Fault Tolerance Approaches For Mobile Agents In Wireless Networks, Suzan Sweiti, Master of Infromatics, In Progress (2014).


Al-Quds Open University, Hebron, Palestine.


Part Time Instructor (2003): Teaching the following course:

  • Programming in C.

Palestine Polytechnic University, Hebron, Palestine.

 Teaching Assistant (1999 - 2000):

Teaching the following courses to Diploma students:

  • Programming in Pascal.
  • Software Engineering.
  • Introduction to Office Automation.
  • Introduction to Computers.
  • Supervision of the following computer laboratories:
  • Programming in Pascal.
  • Computer Applications.
  • Introduction to Oracle Labs.



Trusted Systems, Hebron, Palestine


 Programmer and General Secretary (March 1999 – September



  • Secretary Duties.
  • Participation in Programming Several Database Projects
  • (MedLab, Clinical System).




External Courses:


  • Basics of Java Programming (2002).
  • Introduction to Oracle Programming (1999):
  • CCNA training, Centre of Technology. Faculty of Engineering. Cairo University. 2005
  • Several workshops (Norton system, mobile communication: Cairo, Egypt) (2005).
  • Administrative and educational training courses and workshops: Palestine Polytechnic University, (2007-2017)





Journals and Conferences



  • Amal Dweik and I. Ismail, "Fault tolerance of Mobile Agents". The International Arab conference on Information Technology "ACIT2005". Held at 6th to 8th Dec.2005, Amman.
  • Amal Dweik, and I. Ismail, "Fault tolerance of Mobile Agents – Centralized Approach". 2nd International Computer Engineering Conference- Engineering the Information Society ICENCO'2007". Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University. Cairo, EGYPT. December 26-28, 2006.
  • Amal Dweik and S. Ahmad, “Fault Tolerance of Mobile Agents Systems – FTMAS”. Egyptian Journal of Information. Accepted to be published, Vol.2, Issue: 10. September, 2009. Cairo. Egypt.
  • Amal Dweik, I. Ismail, and S. Ahmad, "Fault tolerance of Mobile Agents Systems (FTMAS) Modeling". The International Arab conference on Information Technology "ACIT2012". 10th to 13th Dec.2012, Zarqa, Jordan.
  •  Amal Dweik, I. Ismail, and S. Ahmad, Fault Tolerance Mobile Agent Execution System (FTMAS) Modeling and Performance Analysis. The 5th International Conference on Information & Communication Systems (ICICS2014), April 1st – 3rd 2014, Irbid, Jordan.
  • Amal Dweik and A. Amro: Wait-Then-Migrate Fault Tolerance Approach using Open Nebula, in PICCIT2015, Hebron, Plaestine.
  • S. Sweiti and Amal Dweik, IRCFT implementation and results. PICCIT2015, Proceedings of the 4th Palestinian International Conference on Computer and Information Technology. October, 2015.
  • S. Sweiti and Amal Dweik, Integrated Checkpoint-Replication fault Tolerance Approach of Mobile Agents”IRCFT”. ACCIT, Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Information Technology. December, 2015.
  • W. shawar, Amal Dweik, ”A New Approach for QOS Based Ant Colony Optimization Routing Protocol In MANETs (QOS-Based ACO)”, 4th Palestinian International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (PICCIT 2015), Palestine Polytechnic University , 2015.
  • W. shawar, Amal Dweik,”A Survey: The Agent Based Routing Protocols In the Wireless Ad hoc Networks”, 4th Palestinian International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (PICCIT 2015), Palestine Polytechnic University, 2015.
  • S. Sweiti and A. Dweik, “Integrated Replication-Checkpoint Fault Tolerance Approach of mobile agents “IRCFT””. International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT). Volume 13, no. 1A, February 2016.
  • I. Sharha and A. Dweik, “Digital Interactive Storytelling Approaches: A Systematic Review”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Computer Science & Engineering (CSEN-2016), Dubai, 27-28/8/2016.
  • A. Dweik and S. Sweiti, " IRCFT Approach:Comparison to FTIRC Approach", preceedings of  the International Conference on Computer Applications & Technology ICCAT’ 2017,  Cairo- Egypt, 28-29 January.




  • Fault Tolerance of Mobile Agents, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (April 30, 2012), ISBN-10: 3848438267, ISBN-13: 978-3848438266.