Biography of Assistant Professor Dr. Farhad  Ahmad  Mohammad

Date of birth: 1-7-1963/    Iraq- Kirkuk

  • Head of Geology Department( 2017 - 2021)
  • Lecturer at the department of Earth Sciences and Petroleum, Salahaddin University in Erbil, Iraq since 2002.
  • B.Sc in geology-University of Salahaddin -1987-Kurdistan Region- Iraq.
  • M.Sc. in Medical Geology from Baghdad University- 2000- Iraq.

·         Ph.D in Geochemistry -Geology -  Mosul university-2005- Iraq.

  • He got a Lecturer at Salahaddin University in 24-3-2008.
  • In 5th December 2013 promoted to Assistant Professor at the same University.
  • Major interests are Geochemistry of sedimentary Rocks and environment Geochemistry.
  • Participated in many local and international conferences with oral presentations and workshop activities.

· Number supervise graduate students: (3)

· The number of committees discussing graduate students: (11)

·  Subjects under teaching ( B.Sc,): Physical and Historical Geology ,Geochemistry, Environmental Geochemistry  and (M.Sc,) Advance Geochemistry, Geochemistry of Sedimentary Rocks.(Ph.students) Advance Geochemistry, Advance Environmental Geochemistry.

·  Number of researches :( 6)

·  Pollution caused by Vehicle Exhausts and oil trash Burning in kirkuk city, Iraqi Journal of Earth  Sciences, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp.

·  Petrography, heavy mineral study and tectonic setting of Walash Naopurdan Series Sandstones, Qalander area, Northeastern Iraq,   Journal of Kirkuk University Scientific studies.

·  Environmental Significance of Major and Trace elements in the soils of selected areas in Erbil City, Kurdistan Region, Northern Iraq. Iraqi   National Journal of Earth Sciences, 87 in  10/4/2013, University of  Mosul, College of Sciences.

· Major trace &rare earth element geochemistry & provenounce of the red bed of Gercus basalt formation,Bekhair anticline,Northern Iraq.

· Geochemical comparison between the carbonates of pila Spi Formation and  those of conglomerate unite separating it from Gercus Formation . Northeastern Iraaq.

Geochemistry Study of Black Shale in Barzewa and Warte Sections, Sargelu Formation, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.