Polymeric & Petrochemical Materials Engineering

  About the Branch:

The program of Polymeric and Petrochemical Materials Engineering is dedicated to providing the country with specialists for a broad base of polymer-related materials through the development and application of our core competencies, which include education, research, analysis, design, synthesis and performance testing. The objective of both our academic and research functions is the practical application of scientific and engineering principles to generate new material and processing concepts and enhance technical problem solving capabilities related to the production and use of polymer.

  Vision, Mission & Objectives

  Vision:

The program should be a pioneer and innovator at the national level in teaching students in undergraduate and graduate studies in the field of engineering of polymeric and petrochemical materials. Graduates will gain the knowledge that will enable them to move ahead with industry development, government service, academic work and community service.

  Mission:

The program of Polymeric and petrochemical materials Engineering is dedicated to providing the country with specialists for a broad base of polymer-related materials through the development and application of our core competencies, which include education, research, analysis, design, synthesis and performance testing. The objective of both our academic and research functions is the practical application of scientific and engineering principles to generate new material and processing concepts and enhance technical problem solving capabilities related to the production and use of polymers.

  Objectives:

  • Graduation of a group of engineers specializing in polymers have the ability to understand the relationships between the structure of polymeric materials and properties for use in various industrial applications.
  • Graduation of engineers with the ability to prepare new materials and choose the best way to manufacture them to obtain materials with characteristics suitable for the application required.
  • Graduation of engineers with the ability to diagnose problems related to the performance of polymers in various engineering applications and to find solutions and techniques appropriate to improve the properties of these materials.
  • Graduation of engineers who have the ability to examine and characterize engineering materials and analyze the results of the examination and characterization for the purpose of expressing the final opinion as to their suitability for use in the applications required.


 Academic Staff in the Branch

No. Academic Staff Position Scientific Rank Specific Specialization
1

Dr. Jawad K. Oleiwi

Head of Polymers Engineering Branch  Assistant Professor  Applied Mechanics  
2 Dr. kadhum M. Shbib Academic Staff Assistant Professor Process Unit Engineering
3 Dr. Akram R. Jabr Academic Staff Assistant Professor Materials Physics
4 Dr. Basam A. kalil Academic Staff ( on Leave)
Assistant Professor Bio-Polymer Chemistry
5 Dr. Mohammed A. Hussein Academic Staff Assistant Professor Transformation Phenomena
6 Dr. Mohamad R. Gharkan Academic Staff Lecturer Composite Materials
7 Dr. Mohammed U. Abbas Academic Staff   Assistant Professor Composite Materials  
8 Dr. Shaimaa M. Salih Academic Staff  Lecturer  Polymer Coating  
9 Dr. Mohammed K. Alwan Academic Staff ( on Leave)
Assistant Professor Composite Materials
10 Aseel M. Abdullah Academic Staff Lecturer Composite Materials
11 Kalid K. Abbas Academic Staff Lecturer Process Unit Engineering
12 Nassier A. Nassir Academic Staff Lecturer Composite Materials
13 Ruaa H. Abdulraheem Branch Reporter Lecturer Composite Materials
14 Nada M. Farhaan Academic Staff (PhD Student)
Lecturer Heat Transfer
15 Nadia A. Butti PhD student, research stage  Lecturer Polymer Chemistry
16 Rusul S. Hadi
Academic Staff Assistant Lecturer Polymer Engineering
17 Marwah Subhi Attallah Academic Staff Assistant Lecturer  Composite Materials  
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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