1 Personal and Contact Information
• Name: Abdulsatar Jmah Theib AL-Juburie
• Date of Birth: January, 1973
• Sex: Male
• Country of Origin: Iraq
• Marital Status: Married
• Certification: Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics
• Phone: +9647714081151
• E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 Educational Qualifications
• B.Sc. Degree in Mathematics, AL-Mustansirya University,
1997 Baghdad, Iraq.
• Postgraduate student (master in mathematics) at Al-al-Bayt
University, (1999-2002) Jordan.
• Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Pure Mathematics, Newcastle
University, 2015 Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom.
PhD Thesis: Partially Commutative and Differential Graded
supervised by Andrew Duncan.
3 Scientific Grade
• Assistant researcher at AL-Mustansirya University, (1997-2003)
• Assistant Lecturer at Diyala University, (2003-2007) Diyala.
• Postgraduate student at Western Michigan University, (2008-
• Postgraduate student (PhD in pure mathematics) at Newcastle
University, (2011-2015) UK.
• I have marked the undergraduate homework and examination
scripts for 4 years (2011-2015) at the school of Maths and Stats, Newcastle University,
• Lecturer at Diyala University, (2015-).
• A.J. AL-Juburie and A.J. Duncan, Finite Presentation for the
Subgroup ConjV ,Journal of Group Theory, 2015.
• A.J. AL-Juburie and A.J. Duncan, AutParCommGrp (Finite
Presentations of Automorphism Groups of Partially Commutative Groups and Their
Subgroups) package, a GAP package for computation of a finite presentation for the automorphism
group of a partially commutative group G with commutative graph Γ and some
of its subgroups (Conj(GΓ) and ConjV ), 2015, GAP System packages, GAP Center, St.
Andrews University, UK, 2016.
• A.J. AL-Juburie, SDGM (Solvable Differential Graded RModules)
package, a GAP package to construct a classification for some types of differential
graded R-modules. This classification gives an algorithm to test whether such
modules are solvable, 2015, GAP System packages (Submitted).
5 Computer and Programming Proficiency
• GAP (Groups, Algorithms, Programming) System: is
a system for computational discrete algebra, with particular emphasis on Computational
Group Theory. GAP provides a programming language, a library of thousands of functions
implementing algebraic algorithms written in the GAP language as well as large data
libraries of algebraic objects. GAP is used in research and teaching for studying groups
and their representations, rings, vector spaces, algebras, combinatorial structures, and
more. For more information about GAP see (http://www.gap-system.org/).
• LaTeX Software is a high-quality typesetting system; it includes
features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. For
more information about GAP see (http://www.latex-project.org/).
• TeX Software is a popular means by which to typeset complex
mathematical formulae; it has been noted as one of the most sophisticated digital
typographical systems in the world. TeX is popular in academia, especially in mathematics,
computer science, economics, engineering, physics, statistics, and quantitative
psychology, see (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TeX).
• Microsoft application, Word, and Internet.
6 Conferences and Workshops
• Asymptotic Group Theory and Module Theory, (26-27
Two days devoted to the theory and applications of group
geometry and module theory. Hosted at the Royal Holloway University of London, UK.
• North British Geometric Group Theory seminar NBGGT (one
day, March, 25th, 2012) in Edinburgh, Centre For Mathematical Sciences (ICMS), Scotland.
• Cubical Complexes and Applications (16-20 July, 2012).
A week devoted to the theory and applications of Cubical
Complexes. An international conference hosted at the Centre For Mathematical Sciences
(ICMS), Edinburgh, Scotland.
day, August, 24th, 2012) Held at Glasgow University, UK.
day, December, 5th, 2012) Held at Newcastle University, UK.
day, March, 22th, 2013) Held at the Centre For Mathematical Sciences (ICMS),Edinburgh,
day, June, 20th, 2013) Held at Durham University, UK.
• Parallel programming in GAP (18-24 August, 2013).
An international workshop devoted to the GAP system. Hosted
at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
day, June, 11th, 2014) Held at York University, UK.
day, March, 4th, 2015) Held at Durham University, UK.
day, May, 27th, 2015) Held at York University, UK.
• I have attended more than 20 workshops which were organized
by (PGRDP. Faculty of SAgE) in Newcastle University, UK.
• GAGTA (Geometric and Asymptotic Group Theory with Applications)
conference (June 13th through June 17th 2016) at the Stevens Institute of
7 Personal Skills
• Very good Communications Skills.
• Excellent Interpersonal Skills.
• Ability to follow given instructions and perform duties given
• Reading, Traveling and Sport.
1. Sarah Rees(Professor in Mathematics)
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK
Phone: +44 (191) 208 7236
FAX: +44 (191) 208 8020
2. Andrew Duncan(Associate Professor in Mathematics)
Phone: (0191 or +44 191) 208 8737
FAX: (0191 or +44 191) 208 8020
3. Dr. Alexander Konovalov(GAP system director)
University of St Andrews
School of Computer Science
Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Computational Algebra
Room 1.02, Jack Cole Building, North Haugh, St Andrews,
Fife, KY16 9SX, Scotland
Tel: +44/0 1334 461633
FAX: +44/0 1334 463278
Email: alexander [dot] konovalov (at st-andrews.ac.uk)