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FSCH-SE-19617129/10/2019 17:00:40fahmi.fariq@koyauniversity.orgFahmi Fariq MuhammadAssistance Prof. Department of PhysicsBrent’s algorithm based new computational approach for accurate determination of single-diode model parameters to simulate solar cells and modulesSimulated current-voltage (I-V) characteristics of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules are significant for the performance assessment, design and quality control, which are decided by the accurate determination of the intrinsic parameters of the devices. Commonly, a single-diode model is utilized to extract these parameters such as the ideality factor (n), series resistance (Rs), shunt resistance (Rsh), saturation current (Io) and photo-generated current (Iλ). Driven by this idea, a new mathematical manipulation was performed on the single-diode equation that yielded a non-linear formula of Rs. Later, Brent’s algorithm was used to precisely estimate Rs at every fine-tuned point of n, thereby all other parameters were determined. The set of parameters that provided the lowest root mean square error (RMSE) between the experimental and simulated I-V data were chosen to be optimum. The proposed Brent’s algorithm (BA) was shown outperform several recently reported computational and heuristic algorithms that were exploited to mine the single-diode model parameters for solar cells and modules with varied device temperatures and solar irradiation conditions.

Solar cells and modules; Parameters extraction; Brent’s algorithm; I-V simulation; Sensitivity analysis04/11/201910:30:00FacultyPhysics Department- Hall 1Approved4/11/201910;301FSCH-SE-196171
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FSCH-SE-19617205/11/2019 20:25:56faten.chaqmaqchee@koyauniversity.orgFaten Adel Ismael ChaqmaqcheeAssistance Prof. Department of PhysicsAn amplification of 1550 nm distributed feedback (DFB) laser using 980 nm optical injection Distributed feedback (DFB) lasers currently offer steady single mode emission for a wide wavelength range of applications. 980 nm was used as pump source into a commercially available distributed feedback DFB operating in the 1550 nm wavelength range. The device were characterized experimentally through light output-current-voltage I-V-L measurements and emission spectra at fixed and at various threshold currents and temperatures. In addition, amplification of the device was detected using pump laser at threshold current of Ith=22 mA and room temperature of T=25 oC.Optical injection, Distributed-feedback (DFB) lasers, Input power, Amplification, Temperatures11/11/201910:30:00DepartmentHall 1Approved11/11/201910;301FSCH-SE-196172Submitted
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FSCH-SE-19617319/11/2019 12:26:38najem.mohammad@koyauniversity.orgNajem Abdallah MohammadAssistance LecturerDepartment of MathematicsSolution of Integral Equations By Laplace Transform


We will discuss the modern form of operation calculus based on the Laplace transformation and investigate its application to the solution of linear volterra integral equations (V.I.E) .as we can see , the Laplace transformation is especially effective to solve volterra integral equations of a first and second kind. Also we used the Laplace transformation to find the solution of (V.I.E.1^st) and (V.I.E.2^nd) in order to express these solutions, tested using several examples.
Laplace transformation, Volterra integral equations26/11/201910:00:00DepartmentMath Hall (1) Approved25/11/201910:00:001 Mathmatic HallFSCH-SE-196173Submitted
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FSCH-SE-19617402/12/2019 23:33:01soma.fatah@koyauniversity.orgSoma Fatah RasulAssistance LecturerDepartment of Medical MicrobiologyTeaching Quality Assurance Legislation And Regulation (TQA)Teaching Quality Assurance Legislation And Regulation (TQA)Student Feedback  (1-5)
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03/12/201912:30:00DepartmentFacultyof science and health HALL 11 13Approved3/12/201912:30Hall 1Quality Assurance Seminar
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FSCH-SE-19617503/12/2019 23:33:01hiwa.abdulrahman@koyauniversity.orgHiwa Abdulrahman AhmadLecturerDepartment of Medical MicrobiologyComplement protein and Immunoglobulins Serum levels in Normal Pregnant and Spontaneous Abortion WomenDisorder of maternal immune responses during pregnancy triggers immunological rejection of fetus antigens by maternal immune components, contribute to spontaneous abortion or miscarriage. The study was designed to concentrated on immunoglobulins (IgM, IgG and IgA) and complement elements (C3 and C4) serum levels changes in normal pregnant and abortion women. Study groups were classified into normal pregnant women (20), spontaneous abortion (30) and non-pregnant women (16) as a control group, attending to Shahid Dr.Khalid Hospital/Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics/Koya city. Serum levels of immunoglobulins (IgG, IgM, and IgA), complement proteins (C3 and C4) were determined and analyzed for normal pregnant, abortion and control groups by using Single Radial Immunodiffusion (SRID) technique. The results demonstrated that concentration of IgG levels in abortion differed significantly in compare to normal pregnancy (p ≤0.05), while there was no significant differences in IgM and IgA serum levels among groups (p >0.05). Also statistical analysis revealed that serum levels of C3 and C4 significantly decreased in abortion group compared to normal pregnant and non-pregnant groups (p ≤0.05). Concluded that complement proteins (C3 andC4) are a good defense line during normal pregnancy, sometime activation (hyper-consuming) of complement elements may provoke spontaneous abortion, while immunoglobulins are a little roles in inducing of miscarriage in pregnant women. Pregnant, Abortion, IgG, IgM, IgA, C3, C4.03/02/202010:00:00FacultyHall 14Approved03/02/202010:00Hall 14FSCH-SE-196175submitted
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FSCH-SE-19617623/01/2020 11:25:50safia.ibrahim@koyauniversity.orgSafia Sabr IbrahimLecturerDepartment of Medical MicrobiologyThe role of acidosis-sensing in the regulation of chronic inflammation by skeletal muscleMany chronic inflammatory diseases including CKD are characterised by loss of muscle or cachexia. Cachexia is multifactor syndrome characterised by severe (up to 75%) skeletal muscle wasting, muscle wasting leads to decrease mobility and quality of life and increase the mortality rate. While chronic inflammation can cause cachexia, loss of skeletal muscle can also contribute to inflammation. Skeletal muscle cells can produce anti-inflammatory cytokines.Acidosis, Cachexia, Chronic Kidney disease, Phosphorylation 03/02/202010:30:00FacultyHall 14Approved03/02/202010:30Hall 14FSCH-SE-196176submitted
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FSCH-SE-19617726/01/2020 10:08:45hardi.hamza@koyauniversity.orgد.نعمت الله عزيزي LecturerDQAچۆنیه‌تی ئه‌نجامدانی توێژینه‌وه‌ی زانستی و نووسینی پرۆپۆزه‌ڵی خوێندنی باڵاچۆنیه‌تی ئه‌نجامدانی توێژینه‌وه‌ی زانستی و نووسینی پرۆپۆزه‌ڵی خوێندنی باڵاچۆنیه‌تی ئه‌نجامدانی توێژینه‌وه‌ی زانستی و نووسینی پرۆپۆزه‌ڵی خوێندنی باڵا28/01/202011:00:00ئاستی زانکۆهۆڵی سەرۆکایەتی زانکۆApproved28/01/202011:00:00هۆڵی سەرۆکایەتی زانکۆFSCH-SE-196177
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FSCH-SE-19617826/1/2020hawkar.jaafar@koyauniversity.org پ.د. سید أحمد پارسا Assist. Prof.FSCH QA Officerکەیسە ڕاوێژکارییەکان لە ئێران: بەرەوپێشبردن، ڕێنماییەکان و بەربەستەکانکەیسە ڕاوێژکارییەکان لە ئێران: بەرەوپێشبردن، ڕێنماییەکان و بەربەستەکانکەیسە ڕاوێژکارییەکان لە ئێران: بەرەوپێشبردن، ڕێنماییەکان و بەربەستەکان27/1/202011:30 Sandwich panel Hall 16FSCHApproved26/1/202011:30Sandwich panel Hall 16FSCH-SE-196178
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FSCH-SE-19617924/02/2020 10:13:43zrar.saleem@koyauniversity.orgZrar saleem kareem Assistance Prof. Department of BiologyHematological Changes in Leukemia Leukemia classifies into four types- acute and chronic leukemia's which are further sub divided into lymphoid or myeloid. Acute leukemia's are usually aggressive diseases in which the malignant transformation causes accumulation of early bone marrow hemopoietic progenitors called blast cells, then bone marrow failure by accumulation of blast cells and tissue infiltration.

Leukemia , hematology , Myeloblast ,Lympholast02/03/202010:30:00DepartmentHall 7
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FSCH-SE-19618012/04/2020 19:32:04rabar.mantik@koyauniversity.orgRABAR MOHSIN ABDULRAHMANAssistance LecturerDepartment of Medical MicrobiologyInsilico protein-ligand docking and analysisThe current outbreak of COVID-19 needs urgent discovery of a novel drug that can either cure of stop its replication inside the human body. COVID-19 virus is belonging to Coronaviridae family which can be recognized by having a positive single stranded RNA genome. The RNA-dependent-RNA polymerase (RdRP) enzyme is encoded by the viral genome which is Nsp19 protein. To devise therapeutic strategy its crucial to understand how the desired drug and the Nsp12 protein interact together. Using Multiple programs this workshop can provide an overview about insilico protein-ligand docking and the analysis of the products.COVID_19 , Nsp12 , Hexylresorcinol , Docking16/04/202010:00:00FacultyONLINE SESSIONApproved16/04/202010:00:00Online SeminarFSCH-SE-196180
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