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Khader Al-Ahmad

Pioneering Mathematician and Translator

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Date of Birth:



Haifa, Palestine

Place of Birth:

Why Featured?

Significant contributions to mathematics and translation, integrating ancient and modern knowledge.

Brief bio

Khader Al-Ahmad was a distinguished mathematician and translator, renowned for bridging the gap between historical and contemporary mathematical knowledge.

Major Milestones


  • 1955: Graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics from Damascus University...See More

  • 1964: Earned a doctorate in Mathematics from Moscow State University.

  • Served as a university teacher, postdoctoral researcher, and esteemed member at Damascus University, King Saud University, and the International Centre for Theoretical Physics.

  • Published notable works, including translations and research papers, enriching the field of mathematics.

  • Recognized internationally for his academic contributions and influence in mathematical sciences.

  • Advanced research in the field of mathematics, particularly in relation to ancient civilizations and computer science.

  • Translated critical mathematical texts, facilitating greater understanding and accessibility.

  • Educated and mentored numerous students in mathematics, significantly impacting the academic community.

  • Contributed to several academic institutions, promoting mathematical sciences and research.

  • Served as a bridge between Eastern and Western mathematical traditions.

Date of Last Update: 
January 14, 2024

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