Hussein Alaa Jaber

 

 

Cinque Terre

 

 

Hussein Alaa Jaber

Dean of Materials Engineering Department

Assist Professor

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Hussein A. Jaber was born in Baghdad, Iraq in November of 1984. He received his B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph.D degrees in 2006, 2009 and 2013 respectively from Materials Engineering department/ University of Technology, Iraq.
He has more than 14 publications in national and international conferences and journals. His research interests are in the fields of ceramic materials and its composites. He is currently Dean of Materials Engineering department/ University of Technology, Iraq.

 

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Ph.D., Materials Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq, 2013.

M.Sc., Materials Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq, 2009.

B.Sc., Materials Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq, 2006.

 

Ceramic materials and its composites, Refractories, Building materials, Powder technology, Nano-materials, Sol-gel techniques and Materials characterizations.

 

1-Mohamed H. AL-Taie, Fadhil A. Chyad and Hussein A. Jaber, "Effect of Zirconia Addition on Some Physical and Mechanical Properties of Porcelain", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 27, No. 11, 2009.
2-Fadhil A. Chyad, Mohamed H. AL-Taie and Hussein A. Jaber, "Preparation and Studying Some Physical and Mechanical Properties of Porcelain with Using Feldspar Replacement", The Iraqi Journal For Mechanical and Material Engineering, Vol. 10, No. 3, 2010.
3-Hussein Alaa Jaber and Sinan Salman Hamde, "Preparing and Studying the Effect of HA and ZrO2 Addition on Fracture Strength of Dental Ceramic", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 28, No. 6, 2010.
4-Fadhil A. Chyad, Mohamed H. AL-Taie, and Hussein A. Jaber , "Synthesis of B4C/YTZP Composite Powder and Studying Effect of its Addition on Mechanical Properties of B4C", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 32, Part (A), No. 5, 2014.
5-Mohamed H. AL-Taie, Fadhil A. Chyad and Hussein A. Jaber, "An Experimental Investigation of B4C Preparation from Boric Acid – Polymeric Gel Precursors at Low Temperature", The Iraqi Journal For Mechanical And Material Engineering, Vol.14, No.4, 2014.
6-Hussein Alaa Jaber, "Synthesis of Mullite Powder from Aluminum Nitrate and Precipitated Silica using Sol-Gel Process", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 34, Part (A), No. 8, 2016.
7-Hussein Alaa Jaber, "Fabrication of Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Al2O3/Cr2O3 Nanocomposites by Coprecipitation Process", Al-Khwarizmi Engineering Journal, Vol. 12, No. 4, 2016.
8-Hussein Alaa Jaber, "Effect of Glass Wool Addition on Some Properties of Cement Mortar", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 34, Part (A), No. 14, 2016.
9-Hussein Alaa Jaber, "Study the Effect of Glass and Carbon Fibers on the Firebrick Properties", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 35, Part (A), No. 4, 2017.
10-Ahmed M. Al-Ghaban, Hussein A. Jaber and Aya A. Shaher, "Investigation of Addition Different Fibers on the Performance of Cement Mortar", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 36, Part A, No. 9, 2018.
11-Ahmed M. Al-Ghaban, Hussein A. Jaber and Aya A. Shaher, "A Comparative Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Various Fibers Reinforced Concrete", Eng. & Tech. Journal, Vol. 37, Part A, No. 1, 2019.
12-Hussein Alaa Jaber, R.S Mahdi, A.K Hassan, "Influence of eggshell powder on the Portland cement mortar properties", Materials Today: Proceedings, 2019.
13-A.M Abdullah, H.A Jaber, H.A Al-Kaisy, "Impact Strength, Flexural Modulus and Wear Rate of PMMA Composites Reinforced by Eggshell Powders", Engineering and Technology Journal 38 (7A), 960-966. 2020.

 

Refractories I and II course

Refractories Lab.for 4th class.

 

Patented:(Fadhil A. Chyad, Mohamed H. AL-Taie, and Hussein A. Jaber, "Preparation of advanced ceramic material used for personal protective made from cheap materials at low temperature", Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control, Iraq, No. 4107, 2014.).

Graduate Student Travel Grant to the UK.

Many Certificate of Appreciation, Department of Materials engineering, University of Technology (UOT). Office of the President.

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