Daoud Siniora is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science at The American University in Cairo. He works in the field of pure mathematics. More precisely, his research lies in the area of model theory, a branch of mathematical logic. Previously, he gave research talks and visited several academic places including the University of Leeds, University of Edinburgh, Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge, University of Munster, University of Freiburg, University of Konstanz, Birzeit University, and the Institute of Henri Poincare in Paris. He also taught mathematics in Bethlehem University in Palestine and in the University of Leeds. He was awarded the Taher Family Scholarship during his undergraduate study, the Chevening Scholarship during his master's program, and the Leeds International Research Scholarship to attain his PhD degree.
2017, PhD in Mathematics, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
2012, MSc in Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2010, BSc in Mathematics and Electronics Engineering, AUC, Egypt
2005, International Baccalaureate, Friends School, Palestine
- Coherent extension of partial automorphisms, free amalgamation, and automorphism groups (with S. Solecki), arXiv, 2017
- Bowtie-free graphs and generic automorphisms, arXiv, 2017
- Automorphism groups of homogeneous structures. PhD thesis, University of Leeds, 2017.
Research and Teaching Interests
Among his research interests is the study of homogeneous omega-categorical first-order structures and their automorphism groups. He is also interested in teaching several mathematics courses including discrete mathematics, linear algebra, graph theory, real analysis, number theory, abstract algebra and mathematical logic.