Name: Saeed Omer Ibrahim
Family Name: Al-Saraj
Date and Place of Birth: 20th Jan. 1954
Marital States: Married, Three children
Date of Employment: 20/1/1983, First Employment in College of Education,
Physics Dept., Salahaddin Univ.
Home Address: Erbil, Zanco Village, House No. 96, Erbil – Iraq
Telephone No. Erbil 00964 (0) 66 2260246
Mobil; 00964 (0)750 46718 43
Scientific Degree: Assistant Professor in Theoretical Physics
Kurdish: Speaking and Writing – Very Good
Arabic: Speaking and Writing – Very Good
English: Speaking – Medium
Writing – Very Good
2000 Awarded Ph.D. In Theoretical physics, University of Al-Mustansiryia, Iraq 18/10/2000.
1980 Complete M.Sc. In Nuclear Physics, Department of Physics, College of Science, Sulaimanyah University, Iraq 1980.
1977 Complete B.Sc. Physics, Department of Physics, College of Science, University of Sulaimanyah, Iraq, 26/6/1977.
Training Courses and Conferences:
1988 I Shared Workshop in Italy in the “School of Non-Accelerating Physics” held at the International Center of Theoretical Physics (ICTP), TRIESTE (ITALY).
1988 I shared as a Membership in the first National symposium of plasma physics in Baghdad.
1989 1st Scientific Conference of Duhok University, Duhok, Iraq.
2011 I shared as a membership in the 4th international conference in
Salahaddin University Erbil-Iraq.
2012 I shared in the 3rd International Conference on Superconductivity and
Magnetism (ICSM2012) 29April-4May 2012 Istanbul.
2012 I shared in the First International Conference On Innovative Materials
And Techniques (CIMT 2012) ( Tunisia) Nov. 12-15.
2013 I shared in the Second Euro-Mediterranean on Functionalized
Materials EMM-FM 2013 Hammamet (Tunisia) March 24-28, 2013.
2014 In Recognition and Appreciation of Valuable Contribution as Scientific
And Organizing Committee Member of The 5th International Visible
Conference on ( Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics
April 13-14, 2014).
2014 Participated in 4th International Conference on Superconductivity
and Magnetism (ICSM2014) 27th April - 2nd May 2014, Antalya, Turkey.
2015 Supported as Member of organizing Committee in the event of
2nd International Ecology, and Energy Conference (ICEEE2015)
April 12-13, 2015 in Erbil-IRAQ
2015 In recognition and appreciation of valuable contributions as
Organizing Committee of The 6thInternational Visible Conference
On Education Studies and Applied Linguistics April 26-27 Erbil-IRAQ
2003 Assistant Professor of Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics,
College of Education, Salahaddin University. Iraq.
1994 Lecturer of Physics, Department of Physics, College of Education, Salahaddin University, Iraq.
1983 Assistant Lecturer of Physics, Department of Physics, College of
Education, Salahaddin University, Iraq.
1983- To date give Theoretical and practical Lecturer in Physics to B.Sc. and M.Sc. students.
2000 To date Supervising Four M.Sc. students and one Ph.D. student in
Physics Department, College of Education, Salahaddin University, Iraq.
1- A Study of the Nature of Gamma – Back in Sulamanyia Town.
Iraqi J.Sci. Vol.22, No.1, 1981.
2- State Preparation and Relativistic Probability Amplitude.
J. College of Education, 4(1), 10-11, 1993.
3- A Study of Electron Spin Resonance in Copper Phosphate Glasses Containing Praseodymium.
J. College of Education, 4(1), 13-18, 1993.
4- The Dynamic Evolution in a Mesoscopic Josephson Junction.
Zanco, Vol. (14), No. (1), 45-48, 2002.
5- The Effect of Static Self-Field in Large Josephson Junction.
J.Dohuk Univ. Vol. (6), No. 1, 11-13, 2003.
6- Studying the Electrostatic Surface Waves of Toroidal Plasma.
Zanco, Vol. (6), No. 2, 41-46, 2004.
7- Modeling Uniform and Non-Uniform HTS Grain Boundary Josephson Junction as a Magnetometer, Zanco, Vol. 17, No. 2, 37-51, 2005.
8- Some Parametric Study for low and HTS Strip-line.Zanco, Vol. 18, No. 3, 2007.
9- Phase difference and Magnetic field of Fluxon in L.J.J. unpublished.
10- Studying the Magnetic field Variation of the Anti-fluxon in L.J.J. unpublished.
11- Analytical Solution of the Unperturbed SG equation using the Hirota’s Method unpublished.
Lecturel in the following courses :
1- Nuclear Physics for B.Sc. students.
2- Solid State Physics for B.Sc. students.
3- Modern Physics for B.Sc. students.
4- Thermodynamics for B.Sc. students.
5- Statistical Mechanics for B.Sc. students.
6- Medical Physics for B.Sc. students.
7- Advanced Nuclear Physics for M.Sc. Students
8- Advanced Solid State Physics for M.Sc. students.
9- Advanced Superconductivity for M.Sc. students.
10- Scattering Theory for M.Sc. students.
11- Statistical Mechanics for M.Sc. student
12- Advanced Electricity and Magnetism for Ph.D. students.
13- Nano-Particle & Nanostructure Materials for Ph.D. Split-
Supperadvisor for M.Sc. students:
1- Super-current Distribution In A Uniform and Non-Uniform HTSGJJ and Its Usage as A Magnetometer. (Haidar J. Ismail 2003).
2- Strip-Transmission Line Parameters For Low and Hight Transition
Temperatures Superconductors. (Aziz A. Aziz 2004).
3- Solution of Sine-Gordon Equation In Large Josephson Junction By Using
Lamb and Hirotas Methode. (Emad O. Badr AL-Deen 2006).
4- Modeling One-Dimensional Hight Temperature SCGBJJ Arrays .
(Hussein I. Salim 2008).
Supperadvisor for Ph.D. students:
1- Role of Metallic Nano-Particle on Thermal, structure and Spectroscopic Properties of Rare Earth Co-Doped ZINC Glass.
Kasim Fawzy Ahmed.