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Jumana is a Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in Computing and Security at the School of Science.
Jumana received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah, USA, in the area of Robotics and Control. Her research was on the optimization of wearable stretchable sensors for fingertip force direction estimation. The purpose was to further investigate human grasping and manipulation. Prior to joining ECU, Jumana was an Associate Professor in Mechatronics Engineering at the German Jordanian University, Jordan. She was the co-director of the Robotics Laboratory and a research faculty member at the Nano Laboratory. In these roles she conducted research in the area of bio-robotics with projects in bio-instrumentation and bio-inspiration. Building on her background and expertise, she is currently researching artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques for agriculture and health care applications.
National and International Awards
National and International Research Positions
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