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Zahraa is an assistant lecturer at Optoelectronics branch at the department. She received the BSc. degree in Optoelectronics engineering from Laser and Optoelectronics Engineering Department / University of Technology, Iraq in 2011, where she also became a member of the faculty. She received the MSc degree with distinction in Photonic and Optical Engineering from University of Nottingham, UK in 2016.

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MSc in Photonic and Optical Engineering from University of Nottingham, UK in 2016.

BSc. in Optoelectronics engineering from University of Technology, Iraq in 2011

Current research interests include the design of the optical fiber sensors, photonics, and optoelectronics engineering.

1. Preparation of nano indium oxide for optoelectronics application
Khalid, F.G., Raheema, A.Q., Alshakhli, Z.S., Fakhri, M.A.
2020 AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2213, Issue 1

2. Physical investigations of nano and micro lithium-niobate deposited by spray pyrolysis technique
Makram A. Fakhri, Najwan H. Numan, Zahraa S. Alshakhli, Marwa A.Dawood, Ahmed W. Abdulwahhab, Farah G. Khalid, U. Hashim, Evan T. Salim
AIP Conference Proceedings , Volume 2045, Issue 1, 2018

3. Analysis of Buried Rectangular Channel Dielectric Waveguide by Effective Index Method (EIM)
Zahraa S. Alshaikhli
International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. 153-156, 2018

4. Contact Pressure Uniform Fiber Bragg Grating (Fbg) Sensor
Zahraa S. Alshaikhli
International Journal Of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology, 7(12): December, 2018

5. Simultaneous Measurements of Temperature and Strain Sensitivity using two Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors
Zahraa S. Alshaikhli
International Journal of Computation and Applied Sciences IJOCAAS, Volume 5, Issue 2, October 2018

Signals and Systems

Optical Communication Lab

Optical design Lab

Detectors Lab

- Acknowledgement from the President of the University of Technology

- Acknowledgement from the Dean of Laser and optoelectronics Engineering Department