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Ahmed Ebada Sarhan

statistician

Ahmed Ebada Sarhan, Egyptian statistician. Recipient Egyptian National award statistics, 1957, 60. Fellow American Statistical Association; member International Statistical Institute (vice president 1975-1977, chairman education committee 1975-1977), Egyptian Statistical Association (president), Egyptian Computer Society (president), Egyptian Society Operations Research (president). Moslem.

Background

Sarhan, Ahmed Ebada was born on August 26, 1921 in Egypt. Son of Ebada Husein and Zeinab Abdullah (Kaoud) Sarhan.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Cairo University, 1943, diploma, 1950. Master of Science, Liverpool University (England), 1952. Master of Science, Harvard University, 1953.

Doctor of Philosophy., University North Carolina, 1955.

Career

Lecturer statistics Cairo University, 1955-1958. Head department biostatis. Alexandria University, 1958-1961, head department statistics, 1961-1964.

Professor statistics, dean Institute Statistical Studies and Research, Cairo University, 1964-1976, professor statistics, since 1981. Director Egyptian Education Bureau, London, 1977-1981. Visiting professor University North Carolina, 1956, 59, 66, 69, 70, 77.

Vice president liaison committee for training on basic science United Nations Educational.

Works

  • Editor: Contributions to Order Statistics, 1962.

Membership

Fellow American Statistical Association. Member International Statistical Institute (vice president 1975-1977, chairman education committee 1975-1977), Egyptian Statistical Association (president), Egyptian Computer Society (president), Egyptian Society Operations Research (president).

Connections

Married Azima Matwally, May 12, 1951. Children– Ebada, Omar, Alaa.

father:
Ebada Husein Sarhan

mother:
Zeinab Abdullah (Kaoud) Sarhan

spouse:
Azima Matwally

children:
Ebada Sarhan

Omar Sarhan

Alaa Sarhan