Faculty + Staff
El-Bathy received his BS in Business Administration from Cairo University, his Post-Bachler degree in Computer Science from Wayne State, his MS in Computer Science from Wayne State University, and completed all the course-work and the proficiency exam of the Ph.D. from Wayne State University. Professor El-Bathy has strong industrial experience from multiple industrial organizations. He provided leadership in applying and aligning Information Technology to business strategies, goals, and needs. Guided in the selection, development, and deployment of information technology (IT) resources and solutions. Professor El-Bathy is an active member of the IEEE and ACM.Research Interest
My research interests lie in the area of devise and application of new concepts, techniques, and paradigms of software engineering in the development of intelligent distributed systems with information retrieval and data warehousing.
- 1997 Cash Award - Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - Detroit Branch.
- 1996 Cash Award - Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - Detroit Branch.
- 1990 President's Award for Excellence 1990 - Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - Detroit Branch.
- B.Sc.( Business Administration) Cairo University 1976
- Post-Bachelor Degree (Computer Science) Wayne State University 1988
- M.S. (Computer Science) Wayne State University 1993
- Ph.D. (ABD) (Computer Science) Wayne State University 2002
- Introduction to C Programming Language
- Computer Science 2
- Advanced C programming language
- Data Structures & Algorithms
- Comparative Programming
- Computer Architecture and Assembly
- Operating Systems
- Computer Networks
- Digital Electronics
- Computer Engineering Lab
- Introduction to Distributed Computing
- Advanced Distributed Computing
- Distributed Database Systems
- N. El-Bathy, M. El-Bathy. Intelligent Lifecycle Architecture of Disease Diagnosis Based Adapted CGA using SOA, Lambert Academic Publishing, SaarbrÃ¼cken, Germany, 2011.
- N. El-Bathy, C. Gloster, G. Azar, M. El-Bathy. Intelligent Search Lifecycle Architecture for Mass Media Using SOA, Architecture Research Journal, 2012
- N. El-Bathy, C. Gloster, G. Azar, M. El-Bathy, G. Stein, R. Stevenson. Intelligent Teaching Models for STEM Related Careers Using A Service-Oriented Architecture and Management Science, Proceeding of IEEE, Electro/Information Technology Conference at Indianapolis, IN, May 2012.
- N. El-Bathy, C. Gloster, G. Azar, M. El-Bathy, G. Stein. Intelligent Optimization Models for Disease Diagnosis Using Service-Oriented Architecture and Management Science, Proceeding of IEEE, Electro/Information Technology Conference at Indianapolis, IN, 2012.
- N. El-Bathy, C. Gloster, G. Azar, C. Seay, M. El-Bathy, I. Kateeb, R. Agrawal, A. Baset. Open Source Software Engineering Theory: Intelligent Educational Tool Increases Placement of Graduates in STEM Related Careers, Proceeding of American Society for Engineering Education Conference at San Antonio, Texas, 2012.
- N. El-Bathy, G. Azar, M. El-Bathy, G. Stein. Intelligent Information Retrieval Lifecycle Architecture Based Clustering Genetic Algorithm using SOA for Modern Medical Industries, Proceeding of IEEE R4 EIT 2011. Electro and Information Technology Conference in Mankato, MN, USA, May 2011.
- N. El-Bathy, G. Azar, M. El-Bathy, G. Stein. Intelligent Extended Clustering Genetic Algorithm, Proceeding of IEEE R4 EIT 2011. Electro and Information Technology Conference in Mankato, MN, USA, May 2011
Lawrence Technological University
- Effectively employed the Learning Management System, Blackboard eLearning Platform, in the design and implementation of several online courses for undergraduate and graduate curriculum including Comparative Programming Languages, Computer Architecture, and Assembly Language, Operating Systems, Introduction to Distributed Computing, and Advanced Distributed Computing.
- Migrated several online courses from Blackboard eLearning platform to CANVAS eLearning platform.
- Revised and updated course materials for several courses including Comparative Programming Languages, Computer Architecture, and Assembly Language, Operating Systems, Introduction to Distributed Computing, and Advanced Distributed Computing.
Lake Trust Credit Union - Michigan
- Designed the organizational infrastructure of a newly developed IT department to fully support the long term growth and expansion of $3.0 billion organization.
- Conducted comprehensive industry technology analysis to provide principals with a strategic plan for a company-wide technology upgrade. The plan was developed and implemented.
- Developed, implemented, and maintained a Cybersecurity program that provided better protection to the organization assets and strengthened the organization's reputation. The program included: cybersecurity governance and risk management; cybersecurity risk assessment; technical controls; incident response planning; vendor management; staff training; cyber intelligence and information sharing; and cyber insurance.
- Identified various critical business processes. Formulated and led implementation projects, which resulted in improved operational efficiencies and estimated cost savings of over $240,500. Such projects included ATM network migration and upgrade, Check 21 Branch Capture, and telecom reduction and billing consolidation.
- Created a consolidated data warehouse that contains data drawn from several databases maintained by (deferent) business units together with historical and summary information.
- Developed several decision support applications in which current and historical data are comprehensively analyzed and explored to identify useful trends and create summaries of the data, to support high-level decision making.
- Designed and implemented a reliable, efficient, and secured Wide Area Network (WAN) infrastructure utilizing Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology to interconnect 25-Branch Local Area Networks (LANs) and 42 ATM machines.
- Played a leadership role in the selection and implementation of the IP Telephony technology within the organization to develop the organization's Unified Messaging System. The project resulted in the enhancement of business processes, member/customer services, and a yearly cost savings of over $80,000.
- Developed a strategic plan to migrate and consolidate multiple data centers into a
- Designed and implemented a strategic Disaster Recovery Plan that provided operational recovery within hours in the event of various applications, databases or system failures. The plan included the building of a Hot Site facility that mirrors the credit union's production environment. The plan eliminated the need for a hosted disaster recovery solution at an estimated annual cost of $110,000.00.
- Participated in the integration of the Huron River Financial information technology infrastructure, core financial systems, and ancillary services/applications within Detroit Edison Credit Union's IT environment. The merger process was completed efficiently and without interruption to member services.
- Negotiated the cost-effective purchase and lease of hardware upgrades including servers, desktops, hubs, routers, and peripherals resulting in the effective use of IT investments
- Instituted an Intranet Committee (IT, Members/Customers Services, Marketing, HR, and Lending Departments) to achieve productivity and effective use of the enterprise Network and creation of new services.
- Established IT policies, standards, procedures for the organization that support efficient operations and effective business operations