Items filtered by date: February 2021
Sunday, 14 February 2021 11:20

An awareness lecture on combating smoking

On Monday, 8/2/2021, the Department of Laser  and Optoelectronics Engineering held an awareness lecture on combating smoking. It was given by a faculty member in our department,Assistant  Prof. Dr. (Ali Abdel-Khaleq Abdel Hadi). The lecture included the history of smoking and its impact on the individual and society and its relationship to the Corona pandemic and the negative effects it results from, and among the results of the lecture was the refusal of smoking due to health, economic and religious effects.



Sunday, 14 February 2021 11:20

Canvas Training Course

The Department of Laser  and Optoelectronics Engineering has set up a training course for all the department's teachers about using the Canvas platform in terms of preparing lectures and how to administer exams electronically through this platform instead of the Google classroom platform and according to the requirements of the university, where the course included the most important differences between the Canvas (and) google classroom platform and the importance of this The platform is to raise the university’s performance as it is one of the global platforms approved in higher education.

The course was conducted electronically on Tuesday 2/2/2021 for a period of one week, given by Lec. Dr. (Shams Basil Ali) and Lec. (Ahmed Wael Abdel Wahab) This course is considered as the beginning of a series of courses that will take place later to train students to take electronic exams.

Tuesday, 02 February 2021 06:14

Appreciation letter / Prof Dr. Jassim K Hmood

Thanks and appreciation letter were given to Prof. Dr. Jassim Kadhim Hmood - Head of the Laser and Optoelectronics Engineering Department by Elsevier for his efforts in publishing in one of their journals which is (optical fiber technology) the paper entitled (Performance analysis of mode division multiplexing system in presence of nonlinear phase noise). The researcher, along with other researchers affiliated to the Department of Laser and Optoelectronics Engineering, had published a distinguished research in optical communication, in which a new technology in optical communication was proposed and presented that reduces the effect of nonlinear noise and increases the speed and range of optical communication systems that use multiplexing and mixing of laser patterns that carry Information at very large capacities, amounting to more than 300 kbps, is transmitted through the optical fiber of the low-type fiber.