Alia Sabur Born on February 22, 1989 in New York, USA.
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Alia Sabur (Youngest Professor in the World) was 19 years less three days when she became the youngest professor in history. Guinness Book of Records was established him as a professor or professor of the youngest in history. The previous record was held by Colin Maclaurin, a student Issac Newton. Alia Sabur Born on February 22, 1989 in New York, USA, Alia serving her studies with a very short time. From fourth grade, this girl jumped into the university, and graduated with a BA cum laude predicate sum of Stony Brook University in New York when he was only 14 years. She continued her education at Drexel University. At university, she earned a Master of Science degree and PhD. Three days before the 19th anniversary, she officially became a professor at Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea. Enthrone Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest professor in history. He toppled the previous record recorded by Colin MacLaurin, a student of Isaac Newton, in 1717. Alia is not only brilliant in the academic field. She has appeared playing clarinet with the Rockland Symphony Orchestra at age 11. In the field of music he has received numerous awards. Mastered martial arts also hold a black belt with Tae Kwon Do. According to the winner of a black belt tae kwon do is a lecturer in a different field from other fields.
BS in Applied Mathematics from Stony Brook University, NY
M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering 2006, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Ph.D. studies in Materials Science and Engineering 2004-2008, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Alia Sabur is the youngest Materials science Professor in the World.
Konkuk University, International Professor as Research Liaison with Stony Brook University, Dept. of Advanced Technology Fusion. Seoul, S. Korea 2008 – 2009.
Southern University at New Orleans, Asst. Prof. of Math and Physics. New Orleans, LA 2008
Interesting Tae Kwon Do, Traveling (US, Europe, Middle East, Asia, including two Study Abroads), Origami, Reading.