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Ali Yousef

Assoc. Prof.

University of Science and Technology in Kuwait
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yousef obtained his Ph.D. from the School of Mathematics, the University of Southampton, the UK. His main research area is sequential estimation- a vital part of mathematical statistics and biology. He established the Department of Basic Sciences at Middle East University MEU in Jordan and was the statistical consultation center manager. In February 2016, he established and coordinated the mathematics program at Kuwait College of Science and Technology KCST until September 2020. In 2023, he established the Mathematics and Basic Sciences Department at the University of Science and Technology in Kuwait.
He published several papers in sequential estimation and biomathematics related to HIV, breast cancer, Monoclonal Tumors, and Covid-19 in high-impact journals ranked in Q1 and Q2. 
Recently, he has been a faculty member and HoD at the University of Science and Technology in Kuwait, teaching mathematics, probability, and statistics to science and engineering students.


30 October, 2023 | 10:30 to 11:00
Education for Sustainable Development Goals

Education for sustainable development aims to ensure everyone acquires the values, competencies, skills, and knowledge necessary to build a more sustainable society. This means reviewing teaching content to respond to global and local challenges. It should also encourage teaching methods that enable students to acquire interdisciplinary thinking, integrated planning, understanding complexity, collaborating with others in decision-making, and participating in local, national, and global processes for sustainable development. In this speech, we introduce mission 4.7, explain how to implement the sustainable development goals of a green school project, and the relation with STEAM.