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Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Jihad Reda Kameel thesis defense

Researcher Jihad Reda Kameel, Commercial Law student at AAUJ Faculty of Graduate Studies, defended his Master thesis titled “Arbitrator Civil Liability”.

The researcher addressed the arbitrator civil liability and mistakes made in performing the mission of dispute arbitration towards arbitration government parties and others, in a comparative study between Palestinian arbitration law, Jordan, Egypt and UAE, along with some foreign countries laws.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Eman Nazzal’s thesis defense

Researcher Eman Nazzal, physics student at the Arab American University Faculty of Graduate Studies, defended her master thesis on “Effect of Indium Nano Layers on the Physical Properties of Gallium Sulfide Flakes”

Researcher studied the effects of planting an indium layer 20-200 nm between two slices of 500 nm gallium sulfide using the physical method of fumigation under air pressure. She also studied the effect of planting indium chips on structure and atomic distribution of elements, optical properties and isolation features. As well as impedance spectrum and heat-based electrical properties.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Researcher Bilal Ghanem defending his thesis

Researcher Bilal Ghanem, student of the computer science program at Arab American University Faculty of Graduate Studies, discussed his master thesis, entitled “Hybrid system for detecting plagiarism in Arabic Language”

He pointed in his thesis that the system is integrating two mechanisms to detect literary thefts, based on laboratory linguistics and multiple meanings sources. The research aimed to discover the importance of merging these resources to improve examinations and literature thefts detection.

The researcher made a pilot study on university students to develop the methods adopted by students in plagiarism and the approach was built based on these studies results.


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