“Application of electromagnetic field technology for water treatment”" Date: 23/10/2021 | Views: 611

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Under the guardianship of Prof. Dr. Hasan Shakir Majdi, Dean of Al-Mustaqbal University College, the Chemical Engineering & Petroleum Industries Department has organized a seminar under the title
“Application of electromagnetic field technology for water treatment”
In this seminar, Ms. Shah Znan Abbas Ridha Dawood has discussed with the academics attending the seminar the capability of the electromagnetic field in the process of removing salts and turbidity from water with the verification of six different factors and their impact on the degree of efficiency in the removal of pollutants, taking into consideration the economic quality as well as the process effectiveness
As stated before, a number of MUC academics have attended the seminar and participated in the discussions.

In Cooperation with James Madison University (USA), Al-Mustaqbal University College organizes a workshop on the importance of Solar Energy

In accordance with the vision of Al-Mustaqbal University College, which mainly focuses on the achievement of the SDGs of the UNDP, as well as its constant endeavor to set well-designed plans for accomplishing these goals properly, a virtual workshop on “The Importance of Solar Energy” was held on 10th of April 2021, with the participation of Dr. Karim Altaii representing James Madison University in the USA, and Assist Prof. Dr. Malik Mustafa Muhammad, Head of the Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Petroleum Industries at Al-Mustaqbal University College. This workshop is just an example and a step, among many others, towards creating the solid ground for genuine relationships with international universities.
Commenting on this initiative, Professor Dr. Hassan Shakir Majdi, Dean of the MUC, said, “Our university college always seeks to become part of the world of sustainability, in which a new image of economic growth is being created, and meanwhile addressing a series of societal needs, climate changes and protection of environment.
It is remarkable to note that the workshop was attended by more than 50 participants from different countries, and the two lecturing professors exchanged their wide knowledge about the importance of solar energy in Iraq, creating meanwhile plausible environment for useful and highly effective discussions.
In his rich and impressive lecture, Professor Altaii said in an admitting and honest tone, “ Yes, we may not need solar energy in Harrisonburg, but Iraq is a different story as it suffers from a shortage in electricity, and at the same time it could be considered as a rich market for solar energy”. He closed his speech by saying, “We hope that we have planted a seed for participants to think about how they could improve their lives”.
From his side, Assistant Professor Dr. Malik Mustafa Muhammad reviewed in his introduction on solar energy the possibility of investing it as a promising alternative with which dramatic changes could occur in the field of energy in Iraq.
This workshop indeed constitutes a valued addition to the constant efforts made by everybody in college including the academics to raise awareness. Such activities of exchanging knowledge and experiences could be a source of aspiration to participants. Moreover, they shall bring more opportunities for the growth of universities through the processes of exploring and implementing new technologies that could improve and reinforce quality of life, in a planet that is more sustainable for all.