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Curriculum Vitae
PERSONAL DETAILS:
Name:
Khalid Erkhayes Salem Al Tarawneh
Date of birth:
1962
Place of birth:
Al Husseiniya/Karak/Jordan
Nationality:
Jordanian.
Marital status:
Married.
Present Address: Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Faculty of Engineering, Mining
Engineering Department Tel. 00962-3-2179000. Ext. 8513, Fax. 962-32179050 P. O. Box 20 Ma'an- Jordan.
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected],
Home Address: Umm Usumaq Al Janubi, Al Aness Street-1, Abu Hijla Housing, Muta
building No 10, Amman-Jordan.Tel. Home:0096265854145,
Mobile: 00962-079-5544008
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. 1991- Ph.D. in Geology and Mineralogy, University of Mining and Geology, Sofia- Bulgaria.
2. 1987- B.Sc., M.Sc. Engineering Geology- Higher Institute of Mining and Geology, SofiaBulgaria.
3. 1980- General Secondary Certificate Exam (GSCE): Scientific Stream, Mazar Secondary
School, Karak, Jordan.
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CAREER HISTORY:
2009- present: Associate Prof. at Mining Engineering Department and Civil Engineering
Department.
2008-2009: Head of Civil Engineering Department/ Al Hussein Bin Talal University/Ma’an –
Jordan.
2006- 2008: Dean/Faculty of Mining and Environmental Engineering/ Al Hussein Bin Talal
University/Ma’an –Jordan.
2005- 2006 : Head of Mining Engineering Department/ Al Hussein Bin Talal University/Ma’an –
Jordan.
2004-2005: Ass. Prof. at Mining Engineering Department/ Al Hussein Bin Talal University.
Ma’an –Jordan.
1992-2004: Researcher at Natural Resources Authority (NRA-Jordan), Geological Mapping
Division, Geology Directorate.
1987-1991: Researcher in the Department of Mining and Geology- Higher Institute of Mining and
Geology/Sofia-Bulgaria.
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
1. Engineering Management
2. Engineering Geology.
3. Phosphate mineralogy, chemistry and geochemistry.
3. Petrology and mineralogy of hard rocks.
4. Mineralogical studies.
5. Radiogenic Isotope, Training and Application.
6. Mineral Exploration And Prospecting Of Mineral Resources.
7. Evaluation Of The industrial Minerals and Rocks.
8. Visibility Studies Of The Mineral Deposits.
9. Engineering Site Investigations.
10. Building and decoration Stones, Exploration, Engineering Studies And Evaluation.
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INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE:
1. Member of the Jordanian National Mapping Project Scale 1:50.0000 provides the basic
geological and engineering data for all those involved in the planning, as well as, the future
development of different areas in Jordan.
2. Member of the Jordanian National Mapping Project Scale 1:250.0000 provides the basic
geological and engineering data for planning, and the future development of Wadi Araba
area.
3. Engineering and Geological services regarding the industrial minerals and rocks and its
application in industry for governmental and private sectors.
4. Produce the project of geological and mineral occurrences map of the northern Badia
Region, Jordan, scale 1:250.000 with support of the Higher Council for Science and
Technology and Jordan Badia Research Development Programme.
5. Engineering and geological studies for the private sector.
6. Scientific and case study about mineral and water resources in Shoubak area for the Al
Shoubak Al- Jadedeh Municipality/Jordan.
7. Research oriented for phosphate industry supported by the Jordanian Phosphate
Company.
8. Research oriented for building stones in Ma'an City for private sector supported by Al
Hussein Bin Talal University.
9. Establishment of the Faculty of Mining and Environmental Engineering at Al Hussein Bin
Talal University/Ma’an-Jordan.
10. Establishment of Civil Engineering Department at Al Hussein Bin Talal University/Ma’anJordan.
MEMBERSHIP:
1. Member of the Jordanian Engineering Association; Section Mining, Engineering Geology and
Petroleum Engineering (1987-Present).
2. Member of the Bulgarian Geologists Association (1987-Present).
3. Member of the Royal Society for Conservation of Nature-Jordan (1993-Present).
4. Editor of the Mining Journal produced by the Jordanian Engineering Association (1996-1998).
5. Member of the Honorary Scientific Committee of the 5 th International Symposium on Eastern
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Mediterranean Geology, Greece 2003-2004.
6. Lecturer at Engineering Training Center of the Jordanian Engineering Association, AmmanJordan.
7. Member of Section of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering Council/Jordanian
Engineering Association, Amman-Jordan.
8. Vice-president during the period 2002-2006/Section of Mining, Geology and Petroleum
Engineering Council/Jordanian Engineering Association, Amman-Jordan.
9. President of the Scientific Committee of Mining, Engineering Geology and Petroleum Engineering
Council/Jordanian Engineering Association, Amman-Jordan.
10. Member of the Supervision Committee of Graduation Projects from Jordanian Universities at
Jordanian Engineering Association.
11. Member of the Ukraine Universities graduates students at Jordanian Engineering Association.
12. Member of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th , 5th Jordanian International Mining Conference Committee at
Jordanian Engineering Association during the period (1996-2007)
13. Chair of the organizing committee of the 5th Jordanian International Mining Conference
Committee at Jordanian Engineering Association 2007.
14. Member of the Career Practice Committee in Jordanian Engineering Association.
15. Senior in the field of Mining, Engineering Geology and Petroleum Engineering for the Ministry of
Justice/Jordan (2004-present).
16. Member of Jordanian Society of Anti Desertification.
17. Member of Jordanian Astronomy Society.
18. Member of the ASCO for development of engineering classification career at Vocational
Training corporation (VTC).
19. Member of Al-Hussein Bin Talal University Council 2004-2006
20. Member of Scientific Research Council at Al-Hussein Bin Talal University Council 2005-2006.
21. Reviewer for scientific journal in geology, mineralogy, environmental and mining engineering.
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PUBLICATIONS:
1. Tarawneh, K. (1989). New data for the composition and structure of the phosphorite
concretions from NE Bulgaria, Sofia-Bulgaria, CENTN, paper No. 2557.
2. Tarawneh, K. (1990). Composition and structure of the phosphorite concretions from the
Dobrin Plateau, NE Bulgaria. Annual of the Higher Institute of Mining and Geology,
vol. XXVI, part 1, Sofia.
3. Tarawneh, K. (1991). Composition, structure and genesis of the Upper Cretaceous
Phosphorite concretions from NE Bulgaria, Ph. D Thesis. Bulgaria.
4. Tarawneh, K. (1993). Review of the geology, geochemistry and economic geology of basalt,
Internal report, NRA, Geology Directorate, Amman, Jordan.
5. Tarawneh, K. and Abu Jassar, W. (1994). Mineralogy of the Pyroxenite from Jabal El Aritayn/
NE Jordan., NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Internal Report, Amman
6. Tarawneh, K. (1996). The geology of the El -Al-Hamidiyya area (Al-Hababiyya area), Bulletin
35, NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman, Jordan.
7. Tarawneh, K. (1994). Composition and structure of the Upper Cretaceous phosphorite
concretions in NE Bulgaria, 5th Jordanian Geological Conference, Abstracts, Amman,
Jordan.
8. Rabba, I., Tarawneh, K., Abu-Jassar, W., and Moumani, K., (1995). Atlas of Igneous and
Metamorphic rocks from southwest Jordan, Bulletin 32, NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map.
Div., Amman, Jordan.
9. Tarawneh, K. (1997) Geological and mineralogical studies on the phosohorite deposits in the
Azraq Area/East Jordan, 2nd Jordanian Mining Conference. pp. 419-437.
10. Tarawneh, K. (1997). Diagenetic history of the Zohar Formation and the relationship to the
hydrocarbon accumulation. Jordanian Journal of Energy abstract. Vol. 1, No. 1: 67-68.
11. Ibrahim, K., Al-Tarawneh, K., and Rabba, I. (1998). Geological Map of Wadi Araba, scale
1:250.000, NRA, Amman- Jordan.
12. Tarawneh, K., and Moumani, K (1998). Geological and Mineralogical Studies on the
Phosphorite Deposits in Naqib Etaiq/SE Jordan, Proceeding of the 6th Jordanian
Geological Conference, 19-33, Amman.
13. Moumani, K., Masri, A., and Tarawneh, K (1998). First Record of An Enormous Drifted Fossil
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Tree Trunk From The Upper Cretaceous of Batn El Ghul Area, SE/Jordan,
Proceeding of the 6th Jordanian Geological Conference, 41-46, Amman.
14. Tarawneh, K. (1999). The Geology of Wadi El-Abid area, Map Sheet No. 3454-I. Bulletin 44,
NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman, Jordan.
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properties of some selected nummulitic limestone rocks of Ma’an area/south Jordan.
3rd Jordanian Mining Conference, 501-520, Amman.
17. Tarawneh, K. 2000. The Geology of Umm El Qutien area, Map Sheet No. 3452-, Bulletin 53,
NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman.
18. Ibrahim, K, Rabba, I., and Tarawneh, K. (2000). Geology and Mineral Occurrences Map of
the Harrat Ash Shaam /NE Jordan scale 1:250,000, NRA, Amman.
19. Tarawneh, K., Rabba, I. and Ibrahim, K. (2000). Geology and stratigraphy of the Harrat
Ashaam Basalt Super Group in Northeast Jordan. Annual Meeting, University of
Mining and Geology, Abstracts, p.123, Bulgaria-Sofia.
20. Rabba. I. and Tarawneh, K. (2001). New Occurrences of the zeolite deposits in the volcanic
tuff at the Tlul Ash Shahba/ NE Jordan (in Arabic). NRA, Geol. Dir, Geol. Map. Div.,
Internal Report, Amman.
21. Ibrahim, K., Rabba, I. Tarawneh, K. (2001). Mineral Resources Map of the Northern Badia
Region scale 1:250.000 Using integrated Landsat data and geological mapping. The
7th Jordanian Geological Conference, Abstract, p. 67, Amman-Jordan.
22. Tarawneh, K., S., El Hamed, N., Abdelhadi and Rabba, I. (2001). Evaluation of the geological
and engineering properties of the basalt of Northeast Jordan for construction uses
(case study). Scientific research at the Engineering Association in Amman for the day
of building stones in Jordan.
23. Tarawneh, K. and Rabba, I. (2001). Geology and stratigraphy of the Harrat Ashaam Basalt
Super Group in Northeast Jordan. The 4th International Symposium on Eastern
Mediterranean Geology, Abstract, p. 87, Isparta-Turkey.
24. Ibrahim, K., Rabba, I. Tarawneh, K, Joel Baker and Julia Show (2001). Geochemistry of the
Harrat Ash Shaam Volcanic Field (HASVF), NE Jordan. Final report of Bilateral
project between Danish Lithospheric Center- Denmark and Natural Resources
Authority-Jordan.
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25. Tarawneh, K., Ibrahim, K., Rabba, I. (2002). Petrography, Geochemistry and K-Ar
geochronology of the dike systems (NW-SE) of the Harrat Ash Shaam in Northeast
Jordan. Mu’tah Lil –Buhuth wad-Dirasat, Natural and Applied Series, 17, No. 3, 69-87.
26. Tarawneh, K. (2002). Geological Map of the Ma’an area, Map Sheet No. 3150-III, NRA, Geol.
Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman.
27. Ibrahim, K., Tarawneh, K., and Rabba, I. (2003). Phases of activity and geochemistry of
basaltic dike systems in northeast Jordan parallel to the Red Sea. Journal of Asian
Earth Science 21: 467-472.
28. Tarawneh, K. (2003). Mineral occurrences in the Badia Region/NE Jordan. 50 years
University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”. Annual Vol. 46, part 1, Geology
and Geophysics, 167-170, Sofia-Bulgaria.
29. Tarawneh, K. (2003) Bulgarian National Program for gas hydrates research. Jordanian
Journal of Energy Abstract. Vol. 1, No. 1.: 67-68.
30. Tarawneh, k. (2003). Geological Map of Wadi Al Jathum and Q’a El Abed area, Map Sheet
No. 3455-III, scale 1:50,000, NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman.
31. Tarawneh, K. (2004). Geological Map of Wadi Abu Mil area (Esh Shidiya Phosphate Mine),
Map Sheet No. 3249-IV, NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman (in press).
32. Banushv, B and Tarawneh, K. 2004. Alkaline basalts from the village Dobrinovo area,
Karnobat District (southeastern Bulgaria). University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan
Rilski”. Annual Vol. 47, part 1, Geology and Geophysics, 171-175, Sofia-Bulgaria.
33. Tarawneh, K. 2004. Mineralogy and petrography of new occurrences deposits of the zeolitic
tuff in northeast Jordan. University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”. Annual
Vol. 47, part 1, Geology and Geophysics, 27-32, Sofia-Bulgaria.
34. Tarawneh, K. (2004). Geological Map of the Ma’an area, Map Sheet No. 3150-III, Bulletin 59,
NRA, Geol. Dir., Geol. Map. Div., Amman, Jordan.
35. Tarawneh, K. 2005. New phosphorite deposits in Naqib Etaiq area (SE Jordan). University of
Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”. Annual part II, Geology and Geophysics, 149154. Sofia-Bulgaria.
36. Tarawneh, K. and Moumani, K. (2006). Petrography, chemistry and genesis of the early
Eocene phosphorite concretions from Ma’an area/South Jordan. Journal of Asian
Earth Science 26: 627-635.
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37. Ibrahim, K. M., Shaw, J., Baker, J., Khoury, H., Rabba’, I. and Tarawneh, K. (2006). PliocenePleistocene volcanism in northwestern Arabian plate (Jordan): I. Geology and
geochemistry of the Asfar Volcanic Group. N.Jb.Geol.Palaont. Abh.242 (2/3),145–
170.
38. Forster , A., H.-J. Forster,. Masarweh , R., Masri , A. and. Tarawneh, K, 2007. The surface
heat flow of the Arabian Shield in Jordan DESERT Group. Journal of Asian Earth
Sciences, Vol. 30, pp: 271–284.
39. Tarawneh, K., AL-Thyabat, S and Al Harahsheh, 2007. Mineralogical, physical and
mechanical properties of limestone rocks in Ma'an area, south Jordan.. 50 years”.
Annual of the University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski, Sofia-Bulgaria. Vol.
50, part 1, Geology and Geophysics, 123-128.
40. AL-Thyabat, S, Tarawneh , K, Harareh, M,. Rawashdeh, D, Ryan, D, T. Majali, 2007.
Beneficiation of Jordanian phosphate: a review of current practices. Fifth Jordanian
Mining Conference.
41. Tarawneh, K . 2008. Jordanian Phosphate Mining History. Fifth International Conference of
Beneficiation of phosphates. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Book of abstract.
42. AL-Thyabat, S and Tarawneh, K. 2008. Optimization of Jordanian phosphate. Fifth
International Conference of Beneficiation of phosphates. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Book
of abstract.
SCIENTIFIC TRAINING AND SKILLS:
1. Scientific and technical report writing.
2. Visibility study of mining projects.
3. Isotope and age dating/Germany.
4. Identification of the heavy minerals under supervision of France Geological Survey/AmmanJordan.
5. Training course of the application of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote
Sensing at the Geological and Mining Survey of Saudi Arabia/ Jadah.
6. English courses in the American Center and British Council.
7. Environmental Impact Assessment.
8. International Computer Driving License (ICDL).
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CONFERENCE ATENDED:
1. 1990: Participation in the conference of the University of Mining and Geology, Sofia-Bulgaria.
2. 1994: Participation in the 5th Jordanian Geological Conference, Amman.
3. 1997: Participation in the 2nd Jordanian Mining Conference, Amman.
4. 2000: Participation in the 3rd Jordanian Mining Conference, Amman.
5. 2001: Participation in the 4th International Symposium on Eastern Mediterranean Geology,
Isparta-Turkey.
6. 2001: Participation in the 7th Jordanian Geological Conference, Amman.
7. 2001: Participation in the day of building stones organized by the Engineering Association in
Amman on 21/8/2001.
8. 2003: Participant in the 50 years of the Annual Conference of the University of Mining and
Geology “St. Ivan Rilski”, Sofia-Bulgaria.
9. 2004: Honorary Member of the Organizing Committee of 5th International Symposium on
Eastern Mediterranean Geology, Greece.
10. 2004: Participation in the 8th Jordanian Geological Conference, Amman.
11. 2005. Participation in the International Jordanian Geological Conference for the role of
geology and mining in social economic development.
12. 2006. Participation in the 5th International Symposium on Meddle East Geology, Emirates, Al
Ain University.
13. 2007. Chair of the 5th Jordanian International Mining conference
14. 2008. Member and participant of the International Conference of Beneficiation V of the
phosphate/Brazil/Rio.
15. 2008. Participation in the 9th conference Of natural resources of Arab countries/AmmanJordan.
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CURRENT JOB DUTIES:
 Teaching and Instruction.
 Guiding and Follow-Up of the Students.
 Selection and Evaluation of the Equipment Needed in Various Laboratories and
Workshops of the Mining and Environmental Engineering Faculty (Laboratories and
Workshops Development).
 Selection of the Textbooks and References Needed.
 College Council Member.
 Bachelor Degree Curriculums Preparation.
 Accreditation program.
 Graduation Projects Supervision
 Examiner for thesis of M.Sc. Students.
 Reviewer for scientific journal in geology, mineralogy, environmental and
mining engineering.
COMMITTEES PARTICIPATED AT THE UNIVERSITY:
1. Equipment Specification Committee Member
2. Curriculums Preparation Committee Member
3. Micro-Strategic Plan Committee Member
4. Emergency Committee Member
5. University Council Member
6. Scientific Research Council Member
7. Faculty Council Member
8. Faculty Budget Committee Member
9. Faculty Equipment Specification Committee Chairman
10. Faculty Curriculums Preparation Committee Member
11. Faculty Accreditation Preparation Committee Member
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COURSES TAUGHT:
1. Engineering Management
2. Engineering Economy
3. Introduction to Engineering
4. Surveying
5. Engineering Geology
6. Environmental Impact Assessment
7. Communication Skills
8. Environmental Issues
9. Environmental Chemistry
10. Optical mineralogy
11. Mining Engineering
12. Mineralogy and Crystallography
13. Physical Geology
14. Industrial Minerals and Rocks
LANGUAGES:
Arabic: Mother Tongue.
English: Reading (excellent), Writing (excellent ) and Conversation (excellent).
Bulgarian: Reading (excellent ), Writing (excellent) and Conversation (excellent).
REFERENCES:
1. Prof. Ali Al Hroot:
President of Al-Hussein Bin Talal University/ Ma’an/ Jordan.
P.O. Box 20.
2. Prof. Hani N. Khoury,
HEAD OF GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT
College of Science/Jordan University/Jordan
E-MAIL: [email protected]
3. Prof. Taha El Khames
Chemical Department
Muta’ University/Engineering Faculty/ Jordan.
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