Curriculum Vitae Dr. Tayfour El-Bashir C1. PERSONAL INFORMATION

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Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Tayfour El-Bashir
15 September 2015
C1. PERSONAL INFORMATION
Full name: Tayfour Babiker Ahmed El-Bashir
Address: Department of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Science
Sultan Qaboos University (SQU)
Po Box 36, PC 123
Al Khod, Muscat
Sultanate of Oman
Tel:
( 968 ) + 24414427
( 968 ) + 99522284
Fax: ( 968 ) + 24141490
e-mail:
[email protected]
Nationality: Sudanese.
Place of birth: Zeidab, Sudan
Marital status: married with three children.
Date of appointment at SQU:
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5 September 1998.
C2. EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
QUALIFICATIONS
Degree:
Institution:
Date:
PhD
University of Leeds, Leeds,
April, 1995.
England.
MSc
University of Khartoum, Khartoum,
March, 1984.
Sudan.
BSc (Hons)
University of Khartoum, Khartoum,
August, 1980.
Sudan.
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Period
Level of Appointment Organization
2014-present Associate Professor
Sultan Qaboos University
Country
Oman
1998-2014
1995-1998
1984-1995
1981-1984
Oman
England
Sudan
Sudan
Assistant Professor
Lecturer(part-time)
Lecturer
Tutor
Sultan Qaboos University
University of Leeds
Sudan University
University of Khartoum
C3. AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
1. Overseas Research Studentship (ORS), United Kingdom (1991-1994)
2. University of Khartoum Postgraduate Scholarship, during M.Sc. (1981-1983)
3. Sudan University for Science and Technology Scholarship, during Ph.D. (19911994)
4. Visiting Fellow, Department of Mathematics, Leeds University, England
(27thJulyt – 2nd Sept 1999)
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C4. TEACHING
1. TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN SULTAN QABOOS UNIVERSITY (September
1998-To date)
C4.1. Instruction and Project Supervision
After joining SQU in 1998, I have taught and coordinated several courses at different
levels. Some of the courses coordinated had large student registrations (approx. 800+). Starting Fall 2010,
I had been involved in teaching the newly introduced Foundation Program Courses for four continuous
semester. From the feedback received from students and colleagues, I understand that my teaching efforts
have been effective. At SQU, the main courses I have taught are

Math 4174 Differential equations for Eng.

Math 4474 Partial differential equations

Math 2108 Calculus 1I

Math 2107 Calculus 1

Math 1192 Mathematics for Agriculture I

Math 1106 Precalculus

Math 1102 Mathematics for Commerce & Economics II

Math 1101 Mathematics for Commerce & Economics I
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Math 1063 Mathematics for Commerce & Economics III
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Math 1062 Mathematics for Commerce & Economics II

Math 1061 Mathematics for Commerce & Economics I

FPMT0104 Mathematics for Social Sciences (in Arabic)
I have also been involved in projects supervisions at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
A number of topics in Applied Mathematics/Fluid Mechanics, having important practical
application in Engineering and industry, have been taken up in these projects. The detailed list
of projects supervision is given below:
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B. Sc. (Principal Supervisor)
Student Name
ID
Project Name
Nada Al Badi
26903 Flow past a rotating circular cylinder
Mariam Al Hashmi 30089 Flow past an elliptical cylinder
M. Sc. (Co-supervisor)
Student name
I.D #
Title of project
Maimouna Al-Manthari
43803/02
Analysis of Certain Steady and Unsteady Viscous
Flows
Faiza Al-Salti
43804/02
Theoretical Studies of some Viscous Flows
Problems
Amal Al-Hajri
53571
A Mathematical Model of Dust Pollution from a
Source at Ground Level
Aisha Al-Salti
890000345 Coupled Viscous Flows in Presence of Porous
Media
Younes Al-Alawi
13226
Some Analytical Investigations of Viscous
Incompressible Flows in the Presence of Porous
Media
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2. TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES
I had taught a number of courses at M. Sc. level (Sudan University for Science and
Technology). I had also supervised one M. Sc. Project. The details are given below:

Ordinary differential equations

Integral calculus

Newtonian mechanics

Analytical mechanics

Advanced calculus

Mathematical methods

Inviscid incompressible flow

Compressible flow

Viscous flow

Numerical methods

Advanced mathematical methods

Partial differential equations

Integral Equations

Fortran Language
M. Sc. (Principal Supervisor) at Sudan University for Science and Technology
Student name
Title of project
Khalid Ahmed Mohamed Solving Regular and Singular Plane Boundary Value
Problems
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C4.2. Curriculum Development and Teaching Management
I played a major role in the curriculum development of Foundation Program. When the
Foundation Program started at SQU, there were two streams of students to whom the courses had
to be offered: One stream with English as medium of study and the second stream with Arabic.
Although standard textbooks were available for the English stream, there were no published
material of the prescribed syllabus that could be used for the Arabic stream. I was actively
involved in the translation and development of the teaching material in Arabic language.
In Teaching Management, I have contributed notably in the teaching and coordination of courses
in the main stream degree program as well as in the Foundation Program. Some of these courses
had large number of student registrations. In my teaching, I have given attention to involve
students in the learning progress. In the classroom and outside student interactions, I take special
care to explain the mathematical concepts and problems in a clear and logical manner. I believe
that my teaching efforts have gone well with the students.
The coordination of multi-section courses needs extra efforts in its teaching management. In this
capacity, the main duties are: Prepare course outline, organize course meetings, prepare and
conduct examinations and manage the grading, and prepare and submit the final results.
As coordinator, I monitor the teaching of the course continuously with a view to improve it in all
aspects. In general, my colleagues and students have appreciated my efforts.
Another area where I have contributed in the Teaching Management is in the preparation of
manuals and leaflets. Special mention may be made about my contributions to the Workstations
when they were first installed in the Department. I prepared the following manuals and leaflets:

Manuals for MATH2107 (Calculus I) for the students in the department to
help them understand the textbook.
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
Notes for faculty to use the unix system on the workstations in the
department about:
i. Unix Facts Sheet (see Appendix B)
ii. C Compiler Facts Sheet (see Appendix B)
iii. Fortran Facts Sheet (see Appendix B)
iv. Vi Editor (see Appendix B)
C4.3. Academic Advising
Academic advising has been one of my prime duties. I have advised students in their
academic program for a numbers of years. The details are given below.

1999-2003, academic adviser for seventy-eight pre-major students of
College of Education

2004-2009, academic adviser for thirty-five students of College of
Education

2010-Present, academic adviser for thirty students of College of Science
C4.4. Teaching Activities Outside the Classroom
I have been helping students and faculty in academic consultations involving teaching and research
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C5. SERVICE
C5.1. University Administration and Committees
Member of the following College of Science Committees:

Technical Staff Training Committee

Capital Equipment Committee

E-learning Committee

Security Officer

Social Committee

Library Committee (chair)

Procurement Officer (chair)
C5.2. Professional Service

Evaluation of research proposals

Reviewed papers for international journals
C5.3. Public Service

Cooperation with the Ministry of Education.

Member of Examination Committee in Sudan University for Science and
Technology for reviewing the Mathematics Exam.
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C6. SCHOLARLY ACHIEVEMENTS
C6.1 Research Interests
My main research interest is focused on computational and analytical fluid dynamics. Problems in
heat and mass transfer, porous media, and creeping flow have been investigated using the analytical
method of Fourier analysis while for computational problems, Boundary Element Method and Finite
Difference Method have been used.
In my research, I have considered both Newtonian and non- Newtonian fluids. Some of the problems
considered have direct relevance to geophysical fluid dynamics, while other find applications in
engineering and industry
C6.2 Publications
Summary: Total Published papers = 22
Total Published books = 1
Published papers after joining SQU = 18
Published books after joining SQU = 1
C6.2.1. Refereed Journals Papers
References
1. I.A. Eltayeb and T.B.A. El-bashir,. The stability of two interacting compositional
plumes under the influence of inclined rotation, Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn.
Vol.108, (2014), pp. 437 -462.
2. T.B.A. El-Bashir, Numerical solution of Stokes flow generated by vortices: part 2, inside
an elliptical cylinder, Acta Mechanica; Vol. 224, (2013), pp. 2881 - 2894.
3. T.B.A. El-Bashir, Numerical solution of Stokes flow generated by vortices: part 1: around
an elliptical cylinder, Acta Mechanica; Vol. 223, (2012), pp. 1 - 14.
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4. M. A. Al Lawati, T.B.A. El-Bashir, I. A. Eltayeb, M. M. Rahman and E. Balakrishnan, The
dynamics of two interacting compositional plumes in the presence of a magnetic field,
Journal of Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics; Vol. 105, 6(2011), pp. 586 - 615.
5.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, M. A. Al Lawati and I. A. Eltayeb The dynamics of two interacting
compositional plumes, Journal of Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics; Vol. 104, 1(2010),
pp. 29 - 63.
6.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flows driven by a combination of Source/Sink: Part 1. Exterior creeping
flows, Applied Mathematical Sciences; Vol. 3, 40 (2009), pp. 1991 – 2001.
7.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flows driven by a combination of Source/Sink: Part 2. Interior creeping
flows, Applied Mathematical Sciences; Vol. 3, 40 (2009), pp. 2003 – 2013.
8.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flow Generated by Double Vortices: Part 1. Outside Creeping Flows,
Journal of Advances in Applied Mechanics; Vol. 1, 1, (2008), pp. 11-23.
9.
T.B.A. El-Bashir,
Flow Generated by Double Vortices: Part 2. Inside Creeping Flows,
Journal of Advances in Applied Mechanics; Vol. 1, 1, (2008), pp. 25-38.
10.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flow generated by stokeslets: Part 1 Exterior creeping flows, Applied
Mathematical Sciences; Vol. 2, 38 (2008), pp. 1885 – 1902.
11.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flow generated by stokeslets: Part 2. Interior creeping flows, Applied
Mathematical Sciences; Vol. 2, 39 (2008), pp. 1903 – 1917.
12.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flow Generated by Vortex Outside a Circular Cylinder, International
Mathematical Forum, Vol. 1, 21 (2006), pp. 1017-1032.
13.
N. C. Sacheti, P. Chandran, T. El-Bashir. Higher Order Approximation of an Inelastic Fluid
Flow. Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, vol. 72, 4 (2003) pp. 964-965.
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14.
N. C. Sacheti, P. Chandran, T. El-Bashir. On the Boundary Layer Flow of an Inelastic Fluid
Near a Moving Wall. Scientiae Mathematicae Japonicae, vol. 5 (2001) pp. 487-498.
15.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Flow Past A Rotating Circular Cylinder and A Rotlet Using the FiniteDifference Method. SQU Journal for Scientific Research, vol. 5 (2000), pp. 85-104.
16.
L. Elliott, D. B. Ingham and T.B.A. El-Bashir. Stoke Flow Past Two Circular Cylinders Using
a Boundary Elements Method, Journal of Computers and Fluids, Vol. 24(1995), pp.787 798.
17.
L. Elliott, D. B. Ingham and T.B.A. El-Bashir. The Solution of a Paradoxical Slow Flow
Problem Using a Boundary Element Method, Journal of Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements,
Vol. 15 (1995), pp. 29-35.
18.
N. C. Sacheti, P. Chandran, T. El-Bashir. On the Boundary Layer Flow of an Inelastic Fluid
Near a Moving Wall. SCMJ, vol. 55 (2002) pp. 519-530.
19.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Slow Viscous Flow Past an Elliptical Cylinder in the Presence of a Rotlet,
Journal of Computational Applied Mechanics; Accepted
20.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, (book) Fluid Flow at Small Reynolds Number: Numerical
Applications, Hikari, Ruse (2006), pp.178+iv.
21.
L. Elliott, D. B. Ingham and T.B.A. El-Bashir. The Boundary Elements Method for the
Solution of Slow Flow Problems for which a Paradoxical Situation Arises, Boundary
Elements Methods in Fluid Dynamics II, pp. 3-10.
22.
T.B.A. El-Bashir, Creeping Flow Past an Elliptical Cylinder in the Presence of a vortex,
Proceedings of the 5th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics,
Athens, 25-27, August 2007, pp. 35-41, Athens, Greece.
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L. Elliott ,D. B. Ingham and T.B.A. El-Bashir, Solution of Stokes Flow Past Two
23.
Circular Cylinders Using a Boundary Elements Method, Proceedings of the 3rd International
Conference on Boundary and Finite Elements, vol. 3, 26-35, May 1995.
C6.3 Scientific Conferences/ Workshops
I.
Conferences/ Workshops attended by Self
1. The Nineteenth International Conference on Difference Equations and
Applications, Muscat, Oman, May 2103
2. SQU/ Cambridge Workshop, Muscat, Oman, 29-31 October 2011
3. Workshop on Possible Cooperation with Cambridge University Muscat,
Oman, February, 2010
4. International Conference on Mathematical Modeling, Muscat, Oman,
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II.
February 2009
Workshop on the role of oceanic and continental scientific drilling,
Muscat, Oman, June 2011
Workshop on Convective Flows and Instabilities, Muscat, Oman, January
2011
The 2nd International Conference on Numerical Analysis and
Optimization, Muscat, Oman, January 2011
The 5th IASME International Conference on Fluid Mechanics, August
2008
The 5th WSEAS International Conference, August 2006
Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics, Vouliagmeni, Greece,
August 2007
Learning Technologies and Mathematics Middle East Conference,
Muscat, Oman, April, 2007
Workshop on Topology and its Applications, Muscat, Oman, December
2005
Workshop on Publishing Scientific Papers, Muscat, Oman, May, 2007
The 3rd International Conference on Boundary and Finite Elements,
Constanta, Romania, May 25-27, 1995
Research papers presented in conference by Self
1. Creeping Flow Past an Elliptical Cylinder in the Presence of a vortex,
International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics,
Greece, August 2007
2. of Stokes Flow Past Two Circular Cylinders Using a Boundary Elements
Method, International Conference on Boundary and Finite Elements,
Romania, 26-35, May 1995.
III.
IV.
Research abstracts presented in conference/workshop by Self
1. Workshop on Publishing Scientific Papers
2. Workshop on Possible Cooperation with Cambridge University
3. SQU/ Cambridge Workshop
Research abstracts presented in conference/workshop by a Collaborator
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1. The Sixth Pan-African Congress Mathematics, Tunis 1-6 September,
2004.
V.
Organization of Workshops/Chair of Conferences Sessions
1. SQU/ Cambridge Workshop, Muscat, Oman, 29-31 October 2011
2. Workshop on Possible Cooperation with Cambridge University, Muscat,
Oman, February, 2010
3. International Conference on Mathematical Modeling, Muscat, Oman,
February 2009
4. International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics,
Greece, August 2007
.
C6.4. Research projects

Numerical Solution of Flow Generated by Singularities, SQU grant No.
IG/SCI/DOMS/09/07 ($4500) (Principal Investigator)

Boundary layer flows of a class of non-Newtonian fluids, SQU grant No.
IG/SCI/DOMS/99/03 ($4500) (Co- Investigator)

The Stability of the tearing mode, SQU grant No. IG/SCI/DOMS/04/10
($12125)(Principal Investigator)
C6.5. Others Scholarly Activities

Invited by Dr. Khalid H., UAE University, UAE

Visited by Prof. L. Grandinetti, Calabria University, Italy

Conducted several seminars on various aspects of my research
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