Fr. Athanasius Oweis, PhD
- Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
- Fellow in Catholic Studies
I am a person who sees the beauty of God's creation and magnificent order in all places, especially in engineering, where order is key. All the formulas that we use in our field are set by our loving Creator and being on a journey where you learn and teach these orderly formulas and equations gives immense joy. I love my students and I try my best to let them see the beauty in what they learn so they get excited and energized, and see that engineering can become a vocation, not just a career.
Why I’m At Mary
The University of Mary is a very unique place. It is the place where faith and reason are united, joined, and grow together. It is also the place where the human is formed to become what God wants him/her to be. The community at Mary is unparalleled in its love for each other and unity together.
Medical Image Analysis, Physiological Signals Analysis, Electronics, Digital Systems, Microprocessors, and Microcontrollers
Khalid J. Oweis, M. Zgoul, A. Haddad, H. Qteishat (2018) "A Study on the Effect of Sports on Academic Stress using Wearable Galvanic Skin Response," IEEE The 12th International Symposium on Medical Information and Communication Technology.
Khalid J. Oweis, Madison M. Berl, William D. Gaillard, Elizabeth S. Duke, Kaitlin Blackstone, Murray H. Loew and Jason M. Zara (2013) "The Forward Scanning - Contagious Voxel Algorithm: A 3D Connected Components Algorithm," Dirasat, Engineering Sciences. 39(1).
Khalid J. Oweis, Madison M. Berl, William D. Gaillard, Elizabeth S. Duke, Kaitlin Blackstone, Murray H. Loew and Jason M. Zara (2010) "Topologic Analysis and Comparison of Brain Activation in Children with Epilepsy Versus Controls: An fMRI Study," Proc. of SPIE. 7626. doi: 10.1117/12.843927.
PhD (Electrical Engineering): The George Washington University, 2011
MS (Computer Engineering): University of Massachusetts, 2004
MA (Theology): Antiochian House of Studies, 2020