Norah AlDahash is a lecturer at the college of computer and information sciences at King Saud University since 2013. She earned her MSC in software engineering from KSU where her thesis focused on affective computing and Brain Computer Interaction. Her research interests include multi agent systems and artificial intelligence, verification and validation of AI. She is currently completing her PhD studies at University of York, UK.

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Work Experience


National Guard Health Affairs, March 2011 – June 2012




February 2012


M10175-Developing and Customizing Applications for Microsoft Share Point 2010, NGHA


April 2010:


PMP course, NGHA


July 2009:


Design workshop (3 months), Esmod French University UAE


September 2008:


Certificate in 3D animation (Maya), SAE Institute of Dubai UAE


November 2008:


Understanding the Numbers (Finance for non-Finance People), Eram International Dubai UAE




July 2003-July 2007 King Saud University


B.Sc. From the College of Computer Sciences College, Dept. of Information Technology


GPA (4.51/5) Second Class Honors

Final Project: Data Mining for Computer aided diagnosis of breast cancer.