Chair, Computer Science & Mathematics, School of Computer & Information Sciences, College for Professional Studies
Ph.D., Applied Management and Decision Sciences-Information Systems Management, Walden University (in progress); Ph.D. (ABD), Computer Science, Colorado State University; M.S.C. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Graphics, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt; Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt; Bachelor of Military Sciences, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt.
Sustainability of ERP benefits post implementation: An individual user perspective. (Expects to defend around Sept/Oct 2013)
Computer science theory. Lotfy just completed his 31st year in academia. He has taught in more than 10 Universities in his academic career as a full time faculty and/or adjunct faculty. He taught a plethora of classes including: Data Communication Theory, Computer Graphics, Pascal, C, and C++ Programming, IT Project Management, Computation Theory, Data Structures, Advanced C Programming, Operating Systems, Computer Architecture, and Computer Systems Security courses. Lotfy has presented and published numerous articles. His current research interests include: Parallel Radiosity, Distributed Computer Graphics, Radio Frequency ID (RFID) tags, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Information Systems management.