Research and Promotions News

Academic Supervision at the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa

Dr. Sabah Mohammad Jaber, a faculty member at the College of Law at the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa (Peace be upon him), has been appointed to oversee a master's thesis. The thesis is titled "The Role of Constitutional Judiciary in Shaping Executive Authority: A Comparative Study," and it is being conducted by student Zainab Mortada Shukr.
It is noteworthy that the teaching staff at the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa (Peace be upon him) is distinguished by a sterling reputation and extensive scholarly expertise, making them well-suited for the effective supervision of research, postgraduate theses, and dissertations.

The College of Islamic Sciences ranking

The results of continuous effort and dedication to scholarly excellence are bearing fruit. The College of Islamic Sciences at the University of Wraith Al-Anbiyaa has obtained superior rankings compared to its counterparts in both governmental and private educational institutions.

A patent has been registered in the name of the University of Wraith Al-Anbiyaa (peace be upon him).

Dr. Avnan Hussein Haya, a faculty member at the College of Human Medicine at the University of Wraith Al-Anbiyaa (peace be upon him), has obtained a patent for an ammonia (NH3) gas sensor. Dr. Avnan Hussein stated that this patent discusses the preparation method of highly ordered, multilayered, hydroxide-activated multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNTs-OH) networks, which are arranged as a mat on a filtration paper using the Filtration from Suspension (FFS) technique to function as an ammonia gas sensor. Gold and silver nanoparticles have been added to the network's surface to enhance its sensitivity to the gas.
The sensing device was locally manufactured and used to evaluate the network's response to ammonia gas at concentrations as low as parts per million, while observing changes in sensitivity with variations in ammonia gas concentration and temperature. The prepared network exhibited an increase in resistance when exposed to ammonia gas and showed good sensitivity to low concentrations of ammonia gas at room temperature. Furthermore, the results indicated that the network remained consistently sensitive to ammonia gas in the ambient environment, unaffected by the surrounding air's quantity.

The Department of Civil Engineering congratulates one of its faculty members on their academic promotion

The Department of Civil Engineering, represented by the department head, Assistant Professor Dr. Ahmed Moussa Abdel Hadi, and the esteemed faculty members, extend their warm congratulations to the department's instructor, Mr. Safaa Sabri Mohammed, on the occasion of his academic promotion to the rank of "Lecturer." They pray for Allah, the Most High, to grant his success and prosperity in his academic journey.

Research Paper Presented at an International Conference on Behalf of the University of Wraith Al-Anbiyaa

The researcher and academic, Dr. Anmar Falah Dikan, from the University of Wraith Al-Anbiyaa, published a scientific research paper on behalf of the university at the 17th Annual International Conference on Asphalt, Pavement Engineering, and Infrastructure, held on 21st - 22nd February 2018, at Sensor City in Liverpool, UK. This conference is considered one of the most important annual conferences in the United Kingdom in the field of asphalt technology.
Dr. Dikan's research aims to develop an asphalt mixture using a new cementitious material composed of industrial by-products from the steel furnace slag powder and lime, a by-product of acetylene production. This innovative material was used as a substitute for traditional limestone filler. He added that these cold asphalt mixtures reduce environmental impact and energy consumption, making them a safer and more eco-friendly alternative for use, as there is no need for aggregate or asphalt heating during production or application of these mixtures.