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Graduate Student Supervision/Co-supervision

 

·         Monte Carlo simulation of the response of gamma spectrometers.

Mohammad Bqoor, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis defended on 29/4/2006.

·         An optimized setup for tissue characterization using Compton scatter technique.

Hanan Saleh, The University of Jordan, Ph.D. dissertation defended on 17/12/2008.

·         Correction factors in gamma spectroscopy: A comparative study of different approaches.

Ektimal Nemri, the University of Jordan, M.Sc. thesis defended on 5/8/2008.

·         Solving reactor neutron diffusion equations for different geometries using the Homotopy Perturbation method.

Kafa Khasawneh, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis defended on 3/8/2009.

·         Evaluation of scatter dose contribution of 192Ir in brachytherapy by Monte Carlo simulation.

Eshraq Ababneh, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis defended on 6/8/2009.

·         Dosimetry of small radiation beams.

Lina Abu Arida, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis defended on 7/1/2010.

·         The design and calibration of a prototype for a high-resolution time-of-flight spectrometer of high-energy neutrons.

Omar Nusair, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis defended on 26/5/2010.

·         125I Brachytherapy Source: Characterization of Dose Parameters and Medical Applications.

Tahani Aqrabawi, The University of Jordan, Ph.D. dissertation, work started in 2008.

·         The Calibration of In-Situ Gamma-Ray Spectrometers: A Comparative Study of Different Approaches.

Ahmad Al-Qararah, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis, work started in 2009.

·         Bragg-Curve Measurement and Simulation of Heavy-Ion Beams for Hadron Therapy Applications.

Morad Hamad, Al-Balqa Applied University, M.Sc. thesis, work started in 2009.

·         Technical Nuclear Safety Study of Subcritical Assembly at Jordan University of Science and Technology using Monte Carlo Techniques and Probabilistic Risk Analysis.

Mohammad Bqoor, The University of Jordan, Ph.D. dissertation, work started in 2010.

·         Solving Multi-Group Neutron Diffusion Equations in Different Geometries using the Homotopy Perturbation Method.

Mohammad Shuqair, The University of Jordan, Ph.D. dissertation, work started in 2010.

·         Neutron-nucleus scattering using a velocity-dependent optical potential.

Mohammad Hassan, The University of Jordan, Ph.D. dissertation, work started in 2010.

 

Other Thesis Examining Committees (without supervision)

·         Gamma spectroscopy in ceramics used in Jordan.

Rana N. Al Faoury, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, May 31st, 2005.

·         Thermoluminescence (TL) response of doped alkali sulphates.

Awwad Mohammad Al Faoury, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, April 19th, 2006.

·         Measurement of uranium uptake by agricultural crops at Khan Al-Zabeeb area.

Samer Jamal Ahmad Al-Kharouf, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, June 7th, 2006.

·         Studies of Single and Double Electron Loss in O+ on He Collisions Using Cold Target

Recoil Ion Momentum Spectroscopy.

Rajaie Yaser Qasem, M.Sc. Thesis, The University of Jordan, May 7th, 2008.

·         A study of natural radioactivity in drinking water in Amman, Jordan.

Sajedah M. Al-Amir, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, May 27th, 2009.

·         Non-destructive inspection of low and medium atomic number matrices using tomographic techniques.

Suhad S. Sarhan, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, July 14th, 2009.

·         Correlation of backscattered and recoil ions in violent ion-atom collisions by coincident Rutherford backscattering spectrometry.

Hanan M. Sa’adeh, Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Jordan, December 28th, 2009.

·         Proton-neutron scattering using realistic velocity-dependent potentials.

Wafa Abu Al-Nadi, M.Sc. Thesis, The University of Jordan, December 2nd, 2010.

·         Perturbation theory for proton-neutron scattering: Perturbing the energy.

Mohammad Al-Sayed, Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Jordan, March 10th 2011.

·         Transformation kinetics in some selenium-tellurium-tin chalcogenide glasses.

Nazem Abu-Shaweesh, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, March 24th, 2011.

·         Dependence of electrical conductivity on composition in selenium-tellurium-tin semiconducting glasses.

Fares Al-Kurdi, M.Sc. Thesis, Al Balqa Applied University, April 21st, 2011.