|Birth||28 November 1973|
Hamdan Dammag (Arabic:همدان زيد دماج), (born in Ibb 28 November 1973) is a Yemeni/British computer scientist and a prize-winner novelist. He has several poetry and short stories publications. He is the son of the foremost Yemeni novelist Zayd Mutee' Dammaj.
He is the Editor-in-Chief of Ghaiman, an Arabic literature journal, and the vice president of the Yemen Center for Studies and Research (YCSR). He has several publications in computer science and literature. He received his Ph.D in computer science from the University of Reading in 2005. As part of his Ph.D, he introduced a new safety-oriented variant of Statecharts, called Safecharts.
- The Fly, a short-stories collection, Yemen Book Authority Publication, Sana’a, 2000.
- No One Was But Me!, a poetry collection, Arwiqah for Studies and Publication, Cairo, 2013.
- Perhaps He Didn't Mean it!, a short-stories collection, Arrafid Publication, UAE, 2015.
- The Gemstone of Attakkar Mountain, a prize-winning novel, (1st edition: Arab Creativity Prize, Al-Sharja, UAE, 2015), (2nd edition: Arwiqah for Studies and Publication, Cairo, 2017).