Prof. Dr.Kamel Ali Abdel Mohsen

prof. Dr. Kamel Ali Abdel Mohsen holds a Ph.D. Department of Civil Engineering / Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi / India IIT, Delhi 2003 Postdoctoral studies / School of Engineering / Curfeth University / Australia 2006 Worked as Deputy Dean of the College of Engineering - University of Mosul - 6/3/2018 -12/31/2020 Chairman of the Scientific Promotions Committee at the College 2016-2020 Chairman of the Committee for Developing the College’s Five-Year Strategic Plan Head - Department of Dams and Water Resources Engineering - 3/11/2011- 2017 Visiting Professor - Stockholm Environment Institute - Davis - California - 2013 ( Research Fellowship) Visiting Professor - Michigan State University - USA - 2011 (American Fulbright Fellowship) Visiting Professor - Canadian University of Waterloo, 2010 (Research Fellowship) He has 40 published papers and more than 50 letters of thanks and appreciation He is generally interested in the topics of hydrological modeling, stochastic modeling, Optimization, simulation, modeling, management and analysis of water resources systems, analysis of conflicts in multi-objective water resources systems, methods of resolving water disputes, applications of artificial intelligence techniques on water resources, operation of water reservoirs, hydrology. Supervised 3 doctoral level students. Supervised 14 master’s level students. Supervised the graduation projects of dozens of students - Participated in the design of Al-Qaim Dam - Participated in building the physical model for the Samarra system - Consultant engineer in the Badush Dam project - Completed a mathematical model for operating the Aziziya incense burner - Determined the intake level on Al-Zab Al-Asfel of the Dibs gas power station - Participated in the committee studying the negative effects on Elisu Turkish dam - Participation in the committee studying the problems facing the Mosul Dam - A study entitled The realistic operation of the Mosul Dam using SIMULINK technologies - A study entitled Harvesting electrical energy from small culverts - Developing a physical (hydraulic) model to study the phenomenon of sediment accumulation in the intakes of the pumping station for the Al-Jazeera Irrigation Project Northern Participation in preparing the spatial development plan for Nineveh Governorate until 2020 - Ministry of Planning

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