Amany Gad

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Personal information

Title: 

Consultant

Contact information (private)

Personal email address: 
amanygad@yahoo.com

Contact information (work)

Company name: 
The Investment Project of Hadabat El-Haram
Address: 
El Remaya, Block 12, App. 21
City: 
Giza
Country: 
Egypt
Phone: 
+2 02 2366 8611
Work email address: 
agad@idsc.net.eg

Education

PhD, Statistics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 2003.

MA, Statistics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 1996.

B.Sc, Statistics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 1987

Attended a number of training courses.

Competences

Demographic and statistical computer application

Statistical analysis

Operations research and mathematical programming

Languages: 

Arabic

English

Jobs

Work history: 

Lecturer, Biostatistics and statistical analysis to the students of Special Diploma in population and development, Demographic Center, Institute of National Planning, 2004.

 Assistant Lecturer, statistical analysis  to the students of Special Diploma in population and development, Demographic Center, Institute of National Planning, 1994-2000.

Researcher (Statistics, Computer and Demographic Application), Demographic Center, Institute of National Planning, 1993.

Productions and works: 

Gad, A. and Zohry, A. “Demographic Profile of Gharbia and Souhag Governorates: An Intra-Governorates analysis with GIS.” Cairo Demographic Center, Paper presented in the 25th CDC Annual Seminar on Population and Development, December, 1995.

Gad, A. Y. “Goal Programming and Flow-Shop Problem. An Application: in Health Care Services System”. Paper presented in the Workshop on Methodology of Research in Social Science.” UAPS/IFORD, Cameroon, November, 1996.

Gad, A. Y. “Goal Programming Formulation for a Deterministic and a Stochastic Flow-Shop Problem.” Paper presented in the 9th Annual Conference of Statistics & Computer Modelling in Human & Social Science, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, March, 1997.