Dr. Khidhir Hamza worked as a consultant for ISIS during 1997-1999. He provided a copy of his CV, reproduced below, as of 1997.
ISIS is making available the CV's or brief biographies of those individuals whose experiences are discussed in ISIS's project on understanding the lessons of export control case studies. Additional CV's will posted to the ISIS web site as they become available.
Dr. Hamza is no longer associated with ISIS, and we do not have any forwarding information about how to reach him.
Date of Birth: January 18, 1939
Marital Status: Married, three sons
Ph.D. (Physics, 1968), Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Theoretical Physics (nuclear), Dissertation: Coulomb Forces in the Three Body Problem
M.Sc. (Physics, 1965), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
B.Sc. (Physics, 1960), University of Baghdad, Iraq
1968 - 1969 -- Post Doctoral Instructor, Physics Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
1969 - 1970 -- Associate Professor of Physics and Mathematics, Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, GA (subjects: Physics (Introduction and Intermediate Laboratory), Topology, Math. Ana., Mod. Algebra)
1970 - 1990 -- Iraq Atomic Energy Commission
1991 - 1993 -- Lecturer, Computer Science Department, Al-Mansour University College, Baghdad, Iraq (subjects: Numerical Analysis, Operations Research (Lab))
1994 - 1995 -- Associate Professor of Physics, 7th April University, Alzawiya, Libya (subjects: Special Relativity, Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence (Prolog, Comp.Sc.Dp.))
University of Baghdad and Al-Mustansiriya University (1970 - 1994); Graduate and undergraduate courses in quantum mechanics, nuclear physics, mathematical physics, mechanics, and electromagnetism.
1 "Weaponization" is a term used to describe a set of processes to research, develop, test, and manufacture nuclear explosives or weapons using a supply of fissile material. The program headed by Hamza was not involved in producing the fissile material, but planned to use a supply of highly enriched uranium that was to be produced in other, far larger, efforts headed by Jaffar Dhia Jaffar and Mahdi Shakir Ghali al Ubeidy. [Back to the text]