Kam Hou VAT  屈鑑濠
Senior Instructor, Department of Computer & Information Science (DCIS)
Associate Master, Shiu Pong College (SPC)

Academic Qualifications | Working Experience | Teaching | Research | Services | Awards and Honors | Selected Publications | Professional Activities | Professional Affiliations | Software Sponsorship | Software Productivity | Elite Education Initiatives | From Educators to Educators | Contact Details

Academic Qualifications
Working Experience
Teaching Teaching Philosophy

Undergraduate Courses

  1. Operating Systems I (SFTW231)
  2. Programming Language Architecture I (SFTW241)
  3. Software Psychology (SFTW300)
  4. Queues and Scheduling (SFTW320)
  5. Operating Systems II (SFTW330)
  6. Programming Language Architecture II (SFTW342)
  7. Computer-Based Simulation (SFTW420)
  8. Final Projects (SFTW496)
  9. Information Security and Privacy (CISG113)
  10. Web Technology and Life (CISG114)

Research Research Philosophy

Research Interests

Recent Topics of Investigation
Services Service Philosophy
Awards and Honors
Selected Publications

Journal Papers (Since 2002 - present)

Case Studies and Handbooks of Research Works

Encyclopedia Contributions

Research Book Chapters

Conference Papers (Since 2002 - present)

Presentations


Professional Activities
Professional Affiliations
Software Sponsorship


Visual Paradigm provides University of Macau with VP-UML, SDE-EC, SDE-NB, SDE-VS, BPVA, AG for use in educational purposes, offered by the VP Academic Partner Program.


Serlio Software Development Corporation provides University of Macau with CaseComplete 2010R2 tool for use in educational purposes


Software Productivity

The following software products and platforms, produced under the movement of open source software development, are currently employed to enhance teaching and learning, assessment as well as research collaboration under Dr. Kam Hou Vat's initiatives:


The various Eclipse IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) sponsored and released by The Eclipse Foundation.


The various NetBeans IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) sponsored and released by Oracle Coproration and/or its affiliates.


The various Sakai platforms (CLE and OAE) sponsored and released by The Sakai Foundation, to support a worldwide community of educators collaborating to create open software that advances teaching, learning and research.


Elite Education Initiatives

The following higher learning initiatives, in support of the University of Macau's (UM) institutional context for elite undergraduate education, are currently being investigated by Dr. Kam Hou Vat with the collaboration from the Center for Teaching and Learning Enhancement (CTLE) at UM:


Sakai OAE (Open Academic Environment) is a new system that embraces a new vision for academic collaboration. Watch the demonstration of the Sakai OAE from New York University


The Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) initiative, supported by the Council for Aid to Education (CAE), offers an authentic approach to the improvement of teaching and learning in higher education through a continuous improvement model, and recognizes faculty as central actors in educational improvement efforts. The CLA assists faculty, department chairs, school administrators and others interested in programmatic change to improve teaching and learning, particularly with respect to strengthening higher order skills (metacognition).


The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is dedicated to improving the scholarly and public quality of research. It operates through a partnership among the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia, the Simon Fraser University Library, the School of Education at Stanford University, and the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing at Simon Fraser University. Learn more about the PKP community from here.


From Educators to Educators

Help Yourself: Click to access Dr. Vat's recommended items below:


Contact Details

Kam Hou Vat, PhD
Faculty of Science and Technology
University of Macau, E11
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa,
Macau, China

Office Hours:
Monday 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm at E11-4087
Thursday 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm at E11-4087
Other hours of choice: By e-mail Appointments at S9-G019

Room: E11-4087
Telephone: (Office) (853) 8822-4476, (Mobile) (853) 66501747
Fax: (Office) (853) 8822-2426 or (Home) (853) 28832731
Email: fstkhv
Personal Homepage: http://www.fst.umac.mo/en/staff/fstkhv.html
Dr. Vat's Education Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/fstkhv
Downloadable: CV | Short Profile
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