Department of Medical Physics

About

The Department of Medical Physics (former applied physics department) is one of the main departments of the College of Medical and Applied Sciences. In the beginning, the department of applied physics was established in 2014, and the first students’ batch was joined in the academic year of 2014-2015. Based on the community’s desire, the Charmo University's authority decided to replace the applied physics department with the medical physics department in 2018. The first batch of our students graduates in 2022. The graduates will be provided with professional knowledge and scientific techniques to enrich students’ information regarding natural and medical sciences.

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Department Mission 


- Providing students with excellent learning opportunities in physics. 
- Offering a robust physics curriculum o engage with the labor market to serve the community.
 
 

Department Vision 

- Producing graduates who will have strong and versatile knowledge, technical and analytical skills. 


What is the Physics Program? 

The Medical Physics Department o
ffers a wide variety of theoretical and experimental programs in physics, starting from the fundamental aspects of physics towards the most advanced ones.
In addition, the Department offers a variety of mathematical courses.

Why study Physics? 
Humanity has learned that there is an order in the Universe and that this order can be expressed through physical laws.    Image result for applied physics

The study of physics involves 
an understanding of the everyday phenomena in nature is crucial to earning a better quality of life for our nations and humanity as a whole through the approved application of technologies
. In general, everyone needs an understanding of physics because of the bearing it has on the wide range of issues facing today’s world, such as energy resources, the environment, space exploration, communication, and medicine. 


Graduate skills and Learning outcomes: 

- Knowledge and prediction of physical principles, laws, their interrelationships, and applications to understanding fluid, material, and atmospheric dynamics, and mechanical, electrical, atomic, and subatomic structures and processes. 
- Correlating physics problems with real-life situations. 
- Combining physics with other branches of science to provide applicable methods. 
- Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects. 
- Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making. 
- Using scientific rules and methods to solve problems. 
- Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. 
- Using mathematics to solve problems. Mathematics -Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications. 
- Recognize how observation, experiment, and theory work together to continue to expand the frontiers of knowledge of the physical universe. 
- Convert a physical situation articulated to a mathematical formulation, and then analyze it quantitatively. 



Written skills: 


We aim to develop written and oral presentations of work, from the write-ups of first-year practicals and the fourth-year research project. 

Language:
The medium of instruction in the Physics Department is in English. 
  
Studying Duration at Medical Physics Department
 
The duration of study at the Medical Physics department is eight Academic semesters with full-time study.
Usually, an academic semester (Fall Semester) starts in September to February, and Spring Semester starts February to June at one academic year.


          Academic Staff Members 
       
                                              

Peshwaz Abdulkareem Abdoul
Position: Dept. head
Scientific Title: Lecturer
Qualification:PhD
Committee:
 
Hastyar Omar Mohammed
Position: Teaching Staff
Scientific Title:  Lecturer
Qualification:PhD
Committee:
Pshko Abdulrahman Mohammed
Position: Teaching Staff
Scientific Title:Lecturer
Qualification:PhD  
Committee:
 
Salah Raza Saeed
Position: 
 President of Charmo 
Scientific Title: Professor
Qualification:PhD
Committee:
 


Aziz Muhemed Abdullah
Position: Teaching Staff
Scientific Title: Lecturer
Qualification: MSc 
Committee:
 


Hussain hame Ali Brzu
Position: Teaching Staff
Scientific Title: 
Lecturer
Qualification: MSc 
Committee:
Mosleh Ali.Mohammad
Position: Teaching Staff
Scientific Title:
Ass. Lecturer
Qualification: PhD Student
Committee:
  



Hiwa Abubakr Ahmed
Position: Teaching Staff
Scientific Title: 
MSc
Qualification: MSc
Committee:
 

       Position: Teaching Staff
       Scientific Title: Lecturer
       Qualification: PhD
       Committee:
Siyamand Salih Khasraw
Position: Co-ordinator
Scientific Title: Ass. Lecturer
Qualification: MSc 
Committee:
     
 
 
       Position: Teaching Staff
       Scientific Title:Ass. Lecturer
       Qualification: PhD Student
       Committee:
   




Lab. Assistant Members



           
   Hero kak Abdullah Hussein
   Position: Lab. Assistant
   Qualification: BSc                 
   Hero.kakabdulla@charmouniversity.org

   
   Hawkar Azad Muhammed
   Position: Lab. Assistant
   Qualification: BSc     
    hawkar.azad@charmouniversity.org
    
 
                                                                                 Modules
            
First-year
1st Semester
2nd Semester
Terminologies in Physics ITerminologies in Physics II
Mathematics IMathematics II
KurdologyGenocide
English Listening IEnglish Listening II
English Speaking IEnglish Speaking II
English Reading IEnglish Reading II
English Writing IEnglish Writing II
University Experience I (Critical Thinking + Computer Skills)University Experience II (Research Skills + Computer Skills)
Volunteer Work (10 Hrs. Work / Sem.)Social Activity II (2 Th. or Pr. / Week)
Second-year
3rd Semester
4th Semester
Electricity & MagnetismModern Physics
Advanced Calculus & Complex AnalysisWaves & Optics
Computer Programming - PythonMathematical Physics
Mechanics & Properties of MatterFluid Mechanics
Heat & ThermodynamicsNumerical Methods & Computational Physics
Academic Writing IAcademic Writing II
LAB. (Electricity & Magnetism)LAB. (Modern Physics)
LAB. (Mechanics & Properties of Matter)LAB. (Waves & Optics)
Third-year
5th Semester
6th Semester
Quantum MechanicsElectromagnetic Theory
ElectronicsNuclear Medicine
Nuclear PhysicsPhysiology
AnatomySolid State Physics
Human BiologyCell Biology
LAB. (Nuclear Physics)LAB. (Solid State Physics)
LAB. (Electronics)
Fourth-year
7th Semester
8th Semester
Laser in MedicineNanomedicine
Radiation Protection & DetectionMedical Imaging & Medical Instrumentation
Research MethodologyStudent Training Courses
Probability & StatisticsFinal Projects
Medical Physics