Dr. Khulood Rambo, a member of the British Computer Society, is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems in the College of Engineering at Effat University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Rambo earned her PhD in Informatics from the University of Reading in Reading, UK. Whilst pursuing her postgraduate studies in the UK, she taught both graduate and undergraduate level courses in applied informatics, business information systems, computing, and games design and development at the University of Reading, Reading College, and the London Institute for Science and Technology.
Dr. Rambo has a number of publications related to her doctoral research. Her thesis is titled: “The Semiotics of Islamic Online Consumption: Interpreting Female Consumers’ Shopping and Social Networking Behavior in Saudi Arabia.” Her research interests have an interdisciplinary nature; they span from the interaction between people and technology, requirements studies, organizational semiotics, applied and social informatics, human factors, and digital humanities. Currently, she is engaged in researching the future plan for power plants technologies in Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Rambo earned her MSc in Information Systems Management at the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, University of Greenwich, London, UK. She had earned her BSc in Computer Science at King Abdul-Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.