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Main User Information of Dr. Jaser K. Mahasneh
Name Dr. Jaser K. Mahasneh
Affiliation Mosharaka for Research and Studies, Irbid, Jordan
Topics Management Information Systems
Information Infrastructures
Biography Jaser is the chairman of Mosharaka for Research and Studies (MRS) since 2003. After his graduation from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) with a bachelor degree in architecture engineering; Jaser gained a multidisciplinary experience while working at JUST, MRS and Virginia Tech University. He chairs the organizing committee for all MRS international conferences and training events, in parallel, he is the editor of all MRS international conferences' proceedings.

Jaser has a master’s degree in Cultural Resources Management from Yarmouk University. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in environmental design and planning in Virginia Tech, USA. He is a developer and training specialist soft skills, quality management and project management with more than 17 years in engineering practices and training preparation and delivering. He works in the majority of Arab Countries, Europe and the United States. Needless to say, he is an expert in Architecture, Engineering and construction (AEC) formal and informal education with a Future Professorate Certificate from the USA.

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