Dr. Hamada joined Farmingdale State College in Fall 2017. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Bridgeport – CT. Dr. Hamada received a master’s degree in computer science as well from, University of Bridgeport – CT. He received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt. 

Before joining the School of Business at Farmingdale State College, Dr. Hamada served as an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at the University of Bridgeport. Dr. Hamada also has professional experience as a Developer in Connecticut and New York for many years. Dr. Hamada is primarily interested in teaching and conducting research in the field of Adaptive Learning, Semantic Web. He has various publications and presentations in peer-reviewed academic journals and conferences. His recent research focuses is on the Processing of Semantic Ambiguity Based on Words Ontology. For his dissertation, his research was about the Innovative techniques for the implementation of adaptive mobile Learning using the semantic web. 

He also published an Automated Adaptive Mobile Learning system using Shortest Path Algorithm and Learning Style. Also published Proposing Enhanced Feature Engineering and a Selection Model for Machine Learning Processes, and Updating Student Profiles in Adaptive Mobile Learning, Dr. Hamada is also interested in the IBM Mainframe, especially the Z-System, and he has participated in the Master the Mainframe contest in 2019 and completed the three levels successfully. Dr. Hamada has taught a variety of programming courses at undergraduate and graduate levels. He also serves as the faculty advisor for the Computer Tech Club at FSC. He aims to make his courses relevant to the everyday life experiences of students.