As a part of my MSc degree, I was working with Ass. prof. Dr. Firas Ahmed to computationally detect every part of M3Y realistic nucleon-nucleon interaction as a residual interaction to check these parts are having the major interaction in the core polarization effect.
2015 – 2019
As a part of my PhD degree, I worked with Prof. Ilya Kuporv at the University of Southampton on:
• Implemented a first MRI simulation code using quantum mechanical approach.
• Reducing matrix simulation problem to be more reliable in compering with experimental work.
•Both tasks (mentioned above) are published as a journal papers.
• Guduff, L., Allami, A.J., van Heijenoort, C., Dumez, J.N. and Kuprov, I., 2017. Efficient simulation of ultrafast magnetic resonance experiments. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 19(27), pp.17577-17586.
• Allami, A.J., Lally, P. and Kuprov, I., 2019. Quantum mechanical MRI simulations: Solving the matrix dimension problem. Science Advances, 5(7), p.eaaw8962.
Professional in Matlab 2016 and above. Programming hundreds of lines as one example in our work. Professionally applicable on how to choose the level of theory required for calculations using both literatures and recommended websites.
1- EUROMAR 2016. Aarhus, Denmark, July 3-7, 2016. Poster only.
2- EUROMAR 2017. Warsaw, Poland, July 2-6, 2017. Poster only.
3- University of Southampton Poster Day, September 15, 2017. Poster only.
4- EUROMAR 2018. Nantes, France, July 2-6, 2018. Poster only.
5- Warith alanbiyaa university, March 18, 2019. interview presentation