Dr. Mohammad Alomari is an Assistant Professor in Information Systems in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems at Qatar University. Graduating from Griffith University (Australia), Dr Alomari received his PhD in Information Systems researching in the area of e-Government adoption. He is also a graduate of a Master of Management Information Systems with Honors (Griffith University), Master of Information Systems (Griffith University), and Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (Jordan University of Science and Technology). In 2006, he was granted a Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence Achievement.
Dr. Alomari has been successful in applying the technological innovation of e-government theories into practice through interaction with citizens as end users. Through his publications and research seminars, he has run constructive discussions about the significant role of social cohesion of Middle Eastern communities in relation to the adoption of e-government. His research interests include e-government adoption; technological innovations; e-services, and cross-cultural studies.