Nanotechnology Research Center holds a symposium about the role of artificial intelligence tools in integrating scientific research
Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials Research Center at UOT held a scientific symposium tagged "Fuzzy Logics, Neutral Network, Genetic Algorithm, DOE", in the presence of the President Deputy of Administrative Affairs, assist. Prof. Hussein H. Karim, the center director, Prof. Dr. Abbas K. Hussein, number of departments heads, UOT and centers lecturers.
The center director stated that all research, theses and dissertations consist of two parts, the input and output tools, if they are not available in a scientific research it isn't a sober search.
He added a questioner that a tremendous amount of researches have been published in sober magazines that did not use these tools, they were published by ancient means at the expense of time, effort and money and reducing the number of experiments, artificial intelligence reduces the length of time for promotion and also in terms of ranking of research and reduces the time period to complete the search.
The session headed by Prof. Majid M. Shukr and Prof. Saja M. Jabbar, (the rapporteur) included two lectures; the first lecture was titled The Importance of Artificial Intelligence in Scientific Research delivered by assist. Prof. Dr. Hussein Mohammed at Mechanical Engineering Department
While the second lecture entitled the role of experimental design in math model evaluation delivered by assist. Prof. Dr. Marwan N. Ali at Biomedical Engineering Department
After that, extensive discussions started by audience.
At the end of the symposium, certificates of appreciation were handed out by the center director to the lecturers as an assessment to their efforts