PhD in Electronics Engineering, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2017.
MSc in Electronics and Communication Engineering, University of Mosul, Iraq, 2010.
BSc in Electronics Engineering, University of Mosul, Iraq, 2008.
* Real Time and Embedded Systems
* Applications of the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)
* Analog and Digital Electronic
* Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
* Image Processing
My teaching philosophy can be summarized in the following few words, learning is a journey, where the teacher should provide a clear guidance to his students during their learning journey. In this journey, the teacher should know exactly where it starts and where it ends, and the steps of the learning process must be very clear and well defined in his mind. Thus, I consider knowing the outcomes of the learning process is a crucial step. To avoid confusion and disappointment, these outcomes must be tangible and measurable to enable the evaluation of the whole process while happening and at the end. According to my philosophy, I am always keen that my students acquire the problem-solving skill, grasp the fundamental concepts and comprehend the reasoning of these concepts, work collaboratively and think critically That’s why I believe that the teacher must have deep knowledge about the topics of the course and be up-to-date about the advancements in the field.
Rand B. Mohammed and Roelof van Silfhout, “A Novel Architecture for High Speed Parallel Ethernet Network”, Fourth International Conference on Advance in Computing, Communication and Information Technology (CCIT), pp 122-126, 17-18 March 2016, Birmingham-UK.
Khalid K. Mohammed and Rund B. Mohammed, “Linearization of Power Amplifier CLASS-AB using Cartesian Feedback”, 7th IEEE International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals and Devices (SSD’2010), 27-29 June 2010, Amman-Jordan.
Rand B. Mohammed & Roelof van Silfhout, “Real-time Transceiver System Based on Rapid-I/O Protocol”, Eurasian Journal of Science & Engineering, Volume 4, Issue 2, December 2018.