Mohammed M. Mohammed

Mohammed M. Mohammed
Ph.D.
Cell Phone 07704702287
Location Tishk International University Erbil Branch Address 100 Meter Street and Mosul Road Erbil KRG IRAQ
Specialty Plagiarism Detection
Pronouns He / Him / His

Mohammed M. Mohammed

Computer Engineering

Position: Lecturer.
Faculty : Engineering.
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BackgroundResearchPublicationsCourses
Education (PhD, MSc/MA, BSc/BA)
PH.D
Teaching philosophy

I believe in empowering people for success by facilitating their journey to achieve the right skills. For CS undergraduate students, that empowerment may come from being able to create things they envision being used in the world and being able to visualize themselves as viable contributors to society. For senior citizens, that empowerment may come from being less afraid of technology, being less embarrassed to ask questions and explore, and from feeling more independent. For high schoolers and middle-schoolers, that empowerment may come from imagining positive possibilities for their future with computing and realizing that seemingly esoteric knowledge and skills are all achievable. In teaching, I have found that I am able to combine my enthusiasm for computing and my love for guiding people to find their own answers. I enjoy helping others realize that technology is for them to use as a tool, instead of having to struggle to find a way around it.

My teaching philosophy is guided by three core principles:

  • An understanding that students learn better when they feel engaged—both with the instructor and their peers,
  • An understanding that there is no “one size fits all” pedagogy, and that it is important that one keep growing pedagogically,
  • A need to maintain an open channel of communication, to assure students that there is no challenge that cannot be discussed and resolved through active, timely communication.

All the courses I teach are designed with a critical pedagogy that recognizes that students learn better when they understand the real-world impact of their work and their field.

Previous positions
  • 10/2017 – 12-2017: Part-time Lecturer Faculty of Education, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq.
  • 2015-2017: Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Computing, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
  • 2014-2015: Soft Computing Research Group (SCRG) representative of Postgraduate Student Society.
  • 2008-2010: Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq
Research interests

1.Information Retrieval

2. Chemoinformatics

3.Plagiarism Detection

4.Data Mining

5.Machine Learning

Supervision
  • BA students in Computer Engineering Department, Title: “Students Learning Application
  • BA students in Computer Engineering Department, Title: “Doctor Appointment Application
  • BA students in IT Department, Title: “Weekly Tasks Manager Application
  • BA students in IT Department, Title: “Food Application in Erbil
Journals
  • Al-Dabbagh, M., Salim, N., Himmat, M., Ahmed, A., & Saeed, F. (2015). A Quantum-Based Similarity Method in Virtual Screening. molecules, 20(10), 18107.
  • Al-Dabbagh, M. M., Salim, N., Himmat, M., Ahmed, A., & Saeed, F. (2017). Quantum probability ranking principle for ligand-based virtual screening. Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design, 31(4), 365-378.
  • Al-Dabbagh, M. M., Salim, N., Rehman, A., Alkawaz, M. H., Saba, T., Al-Rodhaan, M., & Al-Dhelaan, A. (2014). Intelligent Bar Chart Plagiarism Detection in Documents. The Scientific World Journal, 2014, 11. doi:10.1155/2014/612787
  • Himmat, M., Salim, N., Ahmed, A., & Al-Dabbagh, M. M. (2015). Data Fusion Approaches In Ligand-Based Virtual Screening: Recent Developments Overview. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 10(3).
  • Himmat, M., Salim, N., Al-Dabbagh, M., & Ahmed, A. (2015). An algorithm for similarity-based virtual screening. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 7(4), 974-979.
  • Himmat, M., Salim, N., Al-Dabbagh, M., Saeed, F., & Ahmed, A. (2015). Data mining and fusion methods in ligand-based virtual screening. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 8(4).
  • Himmat, M., Salim, N., Al-Dabbagh, M., Saeed, F., & Ahmed, A. (2016). Adapting Document Similarity Measures for Ligand-Based Virtual Screening. molecules, 21(4), 476
Proceedings
2020-2021
Mobile Application Development
Engineering Economy
Supervised Independent Study & Research
Introduction To Computers
2018-2019
  1. Mobile Application
  2. Advanced Mobile Application
  3. Software Engineering
  4. Economic Engineering
  5. Research Methodology
2017-2018
  1. Mobile Application
  2. Economic Engineering
  3. Research Methodology
  4. IT Project Management