Curriculum Vitae

personal information

The triple name: Thaer Mahdi KhalafThaer

Birth date and place: Mosul 6/11/1960

Nationality: Iraqi

General specialty: Electricity

Specialization: electronic

Marital Status: Married

Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Certificates

T

Certificate

Appreciation

Donor country

Donor University

Jurisdiction

Dating

1

BSC

Excellence

Yugoslavia

Railovas

Electronic

07/07/1984

2

Master

very good

Yugoslavia

Jarcova

Electronic

12/12/1986

The scientific title

T

The scientific title

received date

1

assistant teacher

04/17/2006

2

Teacher

04/11/2012

Lessons taught

T

Lessons taught in preliminary studies

Lessons taught in graduate studies

1

Advanced Mathematics

 

2

Electrical measurements

 

Published research and articles

T

Published research and articles

date of publication

Place of publication

1

An Investigation Of Leakage Current And Partial Discharge For Various Overhead Insulator

04/11/2009

Tikrit Eng Journal

2

Investigation the influence of EMF emitted by high transmission lines on human health

08/07/2011

European journal of scientific research

3

Investigate and analyze the Magnetic Field Density Inside Mechaical Workshop

10/13/2015

MITTEILUNGEN KLOSTERNEUBURG

Honors, awards and thank-you books

T

Donor

Its history

Reasons for grants

1

Thanks and appreciation

06/24/2006

Ensure a healthy career during the academic year and dedication to work

2

Thanks and appreciation

05/11/2007

Work in the examination committee

3

Thanks and appreciation

09/02/2008

Outstanding efforts as a member of the department's exam committee

4

Thanks and appreciation

12/19/2014

Outstanding efforts to make the complementary exams successful in the University of Kirkuk

5

Thanks and appreciation

03/12/2015

Efforts being made to support the College of Petroleum and Mineral Engineering to fill the shortfall in the teaching staff

6

Thanks and appreciation

09/22/2015

Efforts being made to support the College of Petroleum and Mineral Engineering to fill the shortfall in the teaching staff

Go to top