Joseph Khalife

Senior Instructor of Computer Science

Joseph Khalife joined LAU in 1990 as an instructor of computer science. He is a certified CCNA from the CATC CISCO networking academy at the University of Central England. His research interests include learning systems, collaborative technologies, and computer science education.

Selected Publications

  1. J. Khalife, C. Baldeck, and F. Deek, “Understanding Novice Programmers Difficulties as a Requirement to Specifying Effective Learning Environments,” EARLI 2005, Nicosia, Cyprus, August 2005.
  2. J. Khalife, “A Simple Computer Model Based on Visualization, Analogy and Collaboration,” in Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Computer Education in Technology, Calgary, Canada, July 2005.
  3. R. Ghajar, J. Khalife, and B. Richani, “Design and cost analysis of an automatic meter reading system for Electricite du Liban”, Utilities Policy Journal, 2002.

Academic Degrees

  • MS in electrical and computer engineering, 1986, North Carolina State University, USA.
  • BSc in electrical engineering, Florida Institute of Technology, USA.