International Engineering Conference(IEC2019)
2019-02-25 10:00:00

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Dr. Saman M. Abdullah
Head of Higher Education and Scientific Affair Unit, Koya University

Dr. Saman Mirza Abdullah received a B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering from Salahaddin University, Erbil – Iraq. He obtained his MSc in Computer Security (Intrusion Detection System) from Software Engineering Department, Koya University, Iraq.
He achieved his Ph.D. on 2013 in Compute Security (PE Malware Classification Models) in Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Currently, he is lecturer at Software Engineering department, Koya University. He is member in many National and International computer science society (IEEE society) and reviewer in many international academic journal (IAJIT).

Asst. Prof. Dr. Tara Ibrahim Ali Yahiya
Computer Science and Engineering Dept., University of Kurdistan Hewler

Tara Yahiya is an assistant professor in the University of Kurdistan-Hewler. She holds an HDR (Habilitation a diriger des recherches) which is a qualification for obtaining full professorship from the University of Paris 

Sud 11 (France), a PhD in mobile and wireless networks from the University of Paris 6 (Pierre & Marie Curie) and a MSc from the University of Marne-La-Vallee (Paris Est) and a BSc in computer science from the University of Mosul.
After completing her PhD, she carried out her post-doctoral research in the domain of telecommunication in Telecom Sud Paris (School of Engineering) and then she worked as associate professor in the University of Paris Sud 11 for six years before joining the University of Kurdistan. Her main research interests include 4G, 5G, Quality of Service, interference management, Heterogeneous networks, cloud computing, software defined networks and IoT.

Mr. Dler Mawlod

Director, CISCO ASC/ITC with over seven years of experience, specializing in direct and coordinate College activities with member academies. Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with educational institutions designated as members of the Cisco Academy Support Center; providing services as described within the membership agreements; serving as a liaison with educational institutions, industries, and governmental agencies to support and promote training seminars.

The purpose of this cooperation is to increase the access to education and career opportunities as well as to provide the adequate number of qualified experts.