M.sc. Pishtiwan AKRAM

- Assistant lecturer -

I was born in 1986 in Sulaimani-Iraq.

[B.Sc.] 2011, I graduated from Duhok University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department.

[M.Sc.] 2013, I graduated from Kahramanmarash Sutcu Imam University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department.

I have four years’ experience of teaching in secondary school and high school. I have two years’ experience as assistant lecturer at Ishik University.

 

My interests are theoretical Physics (Nuclear Physics), Superconductivity.


Here you can access my CV > [ My Curriculum Vitae (CV) ]


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Education Background :

Baccalaureate-scientific branch: Private Salahaddin Eyyubi College, 2006-2007, Sulaimani-Iraq.

Bachelor’s Degree: University of Duhok, Faculty of Science, Physics Department, 2011, Duhok-Iraq.

Master Degree: Kahramanmarash Sutcu Imam University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department, 2013, Kahramanmaras-Turkey.


Interests :

Mechanics

Electricity and Magnetism

Nuclear Physics

Superconductivity

Earth Science

General Physics

My Teaching philosophy is :

One of the most appealing features of Physics is the way that complex physical phenomena can be explained through simple and elegant theories. I enjoy the logical aspect of the subject and I find it very satisfying when all the separate pieces of a problem fall together to create one simple theory.  This understanding of Physics helps produce and facilitate a modern technological lifestyle.


Click here to access Question Bank, Course Materials and Lecture Notes > ( myIshik Page )

All Years 2016 - 2017

Name :  Introduction To Physics Ii
Code :  PHYS 122
Grade :  1
Year :  2016 - 2017
NOS :  21 students
Name :  Electricity And Magnetism
Code :  PHYS 212
Grade :  2
Year :  2016 - 2017
NOS :  21 students

My Publications

  • Abstract Published In Conference Abstract Book
    • Importance of scientific trip in the enhancement of scientific insights of physics education students
      2016 - 2017

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