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CMAS.21-22.0019/20/2021 15:46:50
hiwa.ahmed@charmouniversity.org
Hiwa Abubakr AhmedAssistant LecturerMedical Physics
Study the molecular nature of Sigma, f0(980), and a0(980) states.
9/29/2021 13:00:00Wednesday
Medical Physics department
Department
We investigate the characteristics of $\sigma$, $f_{0}(980)$, and $a_{0}(980)$ with the formalism of chiral unitary approach. With the dynamical generation of them, we make a further study of their properties by evaluating the couplings, the compositeness, the wave functions and the radii. We also research their properties in the single channel interactions, where the $a_{0}(980)$ can not be reproduced in the $K\bar{K}$ interactions alone with isospin $I=1$ since the potential is too weak. In our results, the states of $\sigma$ and $f_{0}(980)$ can be dynamically reproduced stably with varying cutoffs both in the coupled channel and the single channel cases. We find that the $\pi\eta$ components is much important in the coupled channel interactions to dynamically reproduce the $a_{0}(980)$ state, which means that $a_{0}(980)$ state can not be a pure $K\bar{K}$ molecular state. We obtain their radii as: $|\sqrt{\langle r^2 \rangle}|_{f_0(980)} = 1.80 \pm 0.35$ fm, $|\sqrt{\langle r^2 \rangle}|_{\sigma} = 0.68 \pm 0.05$ fm and $|\sqrt{\langle r^2 \rangle}|_{a_0(980)} = 0.94 \pm 0.09$ fm. Based on our investigation results, we conclude that the $f_{0}(980)$ state is mainly a $K\bar{K}$ bound state, the $\sigma$ state a resonance of $\pi\pi$ and the $a_{0}(980)$ state a loose $K\bar{K}$ bound state with the significant compositeness of $\pi\eta$. From the results of the compositeness, they are not pure molecular states and have something non-molecular components, especially for the $\sigma$ state.
Hadron physics; Effective Field theory; Chiral perturbation theory
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CMAS.21-22.00211/18/2021 0:18:12
naktal.abdulhafedh@charmouniversity.org
Naktal Abdulhafedh HusseinLecturerApplied ChemistrySynthesis of molybdenum-doped rhenium disulfide alloy using aerosol-assisted chemical vapour deposition9/11/2021 12:00:00MondaySeminar HallCollege
This talk on on of my published papers. Polycrystalline thin films of molybdenum-doped rhenium disulphide (Mo-doped ReS2) alloys were synthesised by aerosol-assisted chemical vapour deposition (AACVD) using precursor solutions containing (1) [Re(S2CC6H5) (S3CC6H5)2], and (2) [Mo(S2CNEt2)4].
Doped transition metals dichalcogenides, AACVD, Chemical vapour deposition
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CMAS.21-22.0033/21/2022 9:51:56
aso.hassan@charmouniversity.org
ASO ABDULKAREEM HASSANLecturerApplied Chemistry
How The Energy Sector Can Deliver On A Climate Agreement In Copenhagen
CancelledTuesdaySeminar hallCollege
The tittle is “How the energy sector can deliver a climate change agreement in Copenhagen". This seminar illustrates an in-depth analysis of climate policies that should be followed to control the greenhouse gas emission between 2010 and 2030.
greenhouse gas emission, climate policies
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CMAS.21-22.0044/30/2022 9:52:31
dana.sabir@charmouniversity.org
Dana Khdr SabirAssistant Prof.
Medical Laboratory Science
Genome sequence analysis of SARS-COV-2 isolated from a COVID-19 patient in Erbil, Iraq
5/8/2022 12:30:00Sunday
لە هۆڵی دكتۆرعەزیز محەمەد ـ كه‌مپی بناری بانی مه‌قان
University
In the city of Wuhan, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) was first recognized among humans at the end of December 2019, and has since spread to every country around the world. The emergence of this new coronavirus has attracted global attention to work towards finding a treatment and developing an effective vaccine against the virus. In this study, we sequence a full genome of SARS-COV-2 isolated from a male patient in the city of Erbil, Iraq. The virus was sequenced using Sanger sequencer and 21 distinct mutations were found in our isolate compared to the full genome sequence of the SARS-COV-2 isolated from the city of Wuhan/China (Accession number: NC_045512.2). Sequence analysis showed that four of the mutations were located at the spike glycoprotein (S), and ten of them were in nonstructural proteins (nsp1, nsp3, nsp12, and orf3a), which had been shown to be related to structural changes at various sites. Moreover, phylogenetic analysis and transmission supported the conclusion that the cases in Iraq were of independent origins of infections and had a close relation to the isolates from Iran. This is the first report on the DNA sequence of the SARS-CoV-2 genome isolated from the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19, Iraq, Erbil
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CMAS.21-22.0054/30/2022 10:22:37
Waleed Khalid MohamedLecturerApplied ComputerNetwork Optimization5/29/2022 1:00:00SundaySeminar HallUniversity
This Seminar will address the issues that faces the network performance, and the available methods to mitigate them.
Network, Optimization, Performance
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CMAS.21-22.0065/9/2022 1:04:04
Cabling Problems in Local Area Networks
5/11/2022 13:00:00WednesdaySeminar HallUniversity
Local Area Networks can have many issues and problems in their cabling. This seminar will shed some light on the most common problems and how to avoid them
LAN, UPT, Network users, Troubleshooting
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CMAS.21-22.0075/10/2022 23:01:41
hardi.mohammed@charmouniversity.org
Hardi Mohammed Mohammed
LecturerApplied ComputerFOX optimizer5/22/2022 12:30:00TuesdayLab 4Department
This paper proposes a novel nature-inspired optimization algorithm called the Fox optimizer (FOX) which mimics the foraging behavior of foxes in nature when hunting preys. The algorithm is based on techniques for measuring the distance between the fox and its prey to execute an efficient jump. After presenting the mathematical models and the algorithm of FOX, five classical benchmark functions and CEC2019 benchmark test functions are used to evaluate it’s performance. The FOX algorithm is also compared against the Dragonfly optimization Algorithm (DA), Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Fitness Dependent Optimizer (FDO), Grey Wolf Optimization (GWO), Whale Optimization Algorithm (WOA), Chimp Optimization Algorithm (ChOA), Butterfly Optimization Algorithm (BOA) and Genetic Algorithm (GA). The results indicate that FOX outperforms the above-mentioned algorithms. Subsequently, the Wilcoxon rank-sum test is used to ensure that FOX is better than the comparative algorithms in statistically significant manner. Additionally, parameter sensitivity analysis is conducted to show different exploratory and exploitative behaviors in FOX. The paper also employs FOX to solve engineering problems, such as pressure vessel design, and it is also used to solve electrical power generation: economic load dispatch problems. The FOX has achieved better results in terms of optimizing the problems against GWO, PSO, WOA, and FDO.
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CMAS.21-22.0085/10/2022 23:03:33
Benefits of IoT Applications in Healthcare
5/22/2022 10:30:00TuesdayComputer Lab -4- Department
Internet of Things (IoT) is intended to minimize or completely eliminate interactions between human beings or between human beings and computers. Thus; Most hospitals have improved diagnosis, reduced operating costs and increased life expectancy of patients by achieving a higher level of automation and convenience through the use of connected wristbands in patients, beds and beacons in and outside the hospital premises.
Internet of Things (IoT); healthcare; Diagnosis
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CMAS.21-22.0095/11/2022 1:26:49
kardo.othman@charmouniversity.org
kardo othman azizAssistant LecturerApplied ComputerMetaverse5/22/2022 10:00:00TuesdayLab 4 Department
The metaverse is a virtual-reality space in which users can interact with a computer-generated environment and other users
A met averse is Digital space inhabited by digital representation of people and things.
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CMAS.21-22.0105/11/2022 13:44:04
bryar.rahman@charmouniversity.org
Bryar Othman RahmanAssistant LecturerApplied ComputerGit - Version Control5/22/2022 11:00:00TuesdayLab 4Department
Git is a software for tracking changes in any set of files, usually used for coordinating work among programmers collaboratively developing source code during software development.[Wikipedia]
git, version control, software development, coding, GitHub
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CMAS.21-22.0115/11/2022 15:31:38
dler.osman@charmouniversity.org
Dler Osman HasanAssistant LecturerApplied Computer
Key reasons of choosing Python over other Programming Languages
5/22/2022 11:30:00TuesdayLab 4Department
Python is the world's fastest growing and most popular programming language amongst data analysts, software engineers, mathematicians, accountants, scientists and networking engineers because it's a very beginner friendly programming language. Python is widely considered one of the easiest programming languages (You only need to consider what to do, not how to do it)
Pyhton; Programming Language; high level Language; Code quality
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CMAS.21-22.0125/15/2022 17:14:05
hemin.abdulla@charmouniversity.org
Hemin Sardar AbdullaAssistant LecturerApplied ComputerParticle Swarm Optimization(PSO)5/22/2022 13:00:00TuesdayLab 4Department
Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is Inspired from the nature social behavior and dynamic movements with communications of insects, birds and fish
described this process in 3 simple behaviors: Separation, Alignment and Cohesion
Proposed by James Kennedy & Russell Eberhar: Combines self-experiences with social experiences
the number of agents (particles) that constitute a swarm moving around in the search space looking for the best solution
Each particle in search space adjusts its “flying” according to its own flying experience as well as the flying experience of other particles

PSO, Agent, Particle, Optimization, Swarm.
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CMAS.21-22.0135/21/2022 23:15:23
sarwar.saeed@charmouniversity.org
Sarwar Ibrahim SaeedAssistant LecturerApplied ComputerConcept of VLAN5/22/2022 12:00:00Sunday
Computer Department Halls/Labs
Department
Virtual LANs (VLANs) allow a single extended LAN to be partitioned into several seemingly separate LANs. Each virtual LAN is assigned an identifier (sometimes called a color), and packets can only travel from one segment to another if both segments have the same iden- tifier.
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CMAS.21-22.0145/22/2022 20:03:00
zrar.abdul@charmouniversity.org
zrar khalid AbdulAssistant Prof.Applied ComputerQ learning 5/29/2022 10:00:00SundayLab 4Department
Q-learning is a model-free, off-policy reinforcement learning that will find the best course of action, given the current state of the agent. Depending on where the agent is in the environment, it will decide the next action to be taken
Q learning, reinforcement learning, Q-table. agent and environment
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CMAS.21-22.0155/23/2022 23:58:47
chnoor.rahman@charmouniversity.org
Multiobjective Learner Performance based behavior algorithm
5/29/2022 12:00:00SundayLab4Department
Learner Performance Based Behavior Algorithm employed a new technique
to select individuals from the main population. Based on the fitness of individuals, the
proposed algorithm divides the main population into a number of subpopulations.
Dividing the main population directs the search towards the promising area. The
subpopulations that contain better individuals go through the optimization process first.
LPB - nature inspired algorithms
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CMAS.21-22.0165/27/2022 14:59:42
kardo.othman@charmouniversity.org
Kardo Othman AzizAssistant LecturerApplied ComputerNatural User Interface5/29/2022 10:30:00SundayLab 4Department
Computing devices have been changed and developed continuously since the early age of computing, and also many new kind of technology have been invented during that time. But user Interfaces, on the other hand, have not changed a lot since the graphical user interfaces created in 1980s. Most of the todays devices use GUIs and they rely mainly on pointing and keyboard devices for interaction purpose, which are not more natural for users. The future technologies should use an interface that not require long periods of time for learning and adaptation. Recently, a new form of interaction is provided, which uses human innate features, such as touch, speech, and gestures, and it is called Natural User Interface (NUI). This interfaces is proposed to be the next generation of user interfaces and improve user experiences.
GUI, gesture, User Interface, HCI
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CMAS.21-22.0175/27/2022 18:00:01
peshwaz.abdoul@charmouniversity.org
Peshwaz Abdulkareem Abdoul
LecturerMedical Physics
Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: From Fourier Series to Fourier Transform
5/29/2022 14:00:00Sunday
Medical Physics Department
Department
In this talk, without using the quantum mechanics concept, we will deduce the famous Heisenberg uncertainty principle fom Fourier integral transforms.
Fourier Transform, Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
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CMAS.21-22.0185/27/2022 18:32:04
peshwaz.abdoul@charmouniversity.org
Peshwaz Abdulkareem Abdoul
LecturerMedical Physics
Understanding Gravity: From Galileo to Newton
5/29/2022 14:30:00Sunday
Department of Medical Physics
Department
بابەتەکانی نێو ئەم سیمینارە تەرخان کراون بۆ گفتوگۆ کردن و وەڵام دانەوەی یەکێک لەپرسیارە هەرە جەوهەرییەکانی مێژووی زانست و هەموو مرۆڤایەتی. پرسیارەکەش دەربارەی چۆنێتی کەوتنەخوارەوەی شتەکانە بۆ سەر زەوی، ئایا شتەکان یاخود تەناکان چۆن وە بۆچی بەردەبنەوە؟. ئەم سیمینارە تەرخان کراوە بۆ سەردەمی گالیلۆ تا نیوتن، واتا تێگەیشتنی ئاینشتاین بۆ هێزی کێش کردن بەشێک نابێت لە بابەتەکانی نێو ئەم سیمینارە.
Universal Law of Gravitation, Kepler's three laws of planetary motion, Galileo and the equivalence principle.
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CMAS.21-22.0195/27/2022 22:28:24
Highly sensitive metamaterial-based microwave sensor for the application of milk and dairy products
5/29/2022 13:30:00Sunday
Medical Physics department
Department
In this seminar I will talk about the novel design metamaterials based sensor for the quality product applications such as milk and dairy products in the frequency range of 8 to 9 GHz.The proposed structure is composed of copper split-ring resonators printed on Arlon Diclad 527 dielectric substrate. Reflection coefficient S11 was determined by using numerical simulation, and the structure was experimentally tested to validate the sensor at the X band frequency. The material under the test was placed in the sensor layer just behind the proposed structure, and the design was optimized to sense the change in the dielectric constant via resonance frequency shifts.The proposed study was not only used for fat contents and freshness checking of milk, it was also applied to other dairy products such as cheese, ayran, and yogurt. The maximum resonance frequency shift was observed in yogurt to be 140 MHz, and the minimum frequency shift was observed in fresh and spoiled ayran to be around 40 MHz. This work provides a new approach to the current metamaterial sensor studies existing in literature by having novel material applications with new microwave metamaterial sensors.
Metamaterials, sensor, microwave
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CMAS.21-22.0205/27/2022 23:41:22
dler.osman@charmouniversity.org
Dler Osman HasanAssistant LecturerApplied ComputerData Structures and Algorithms5/29/2022 11:00:00SundayLab 4Department
Data Structure is a way of collecting and organizing data so that it can be used efficiently, in terms both the space and time. And, algorithm is a set of instructions or collection of steps to solve a particular problem or to get the desired output
Data Structure; Linear; non-linear; Tree; Graph
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CMAS.21-22.0215/28/2022 14:34:05
hemin.abdulla@charmouniversity.org
Hemin Sardar AbdullaAssistant LecturerApplied Computer
Wearable Device Technology and Its Applications
5/29/2022 11:30:00SundayLab - 4Department
Wearable device technology offers various opportunities which trigger the thoughts, also imaginations of individuals of all fields.
wearable technologies, smart technologies, smart devices, wearables.
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