Available courses

Advanced Counseling Skills

This course covers main counseling skills that psychotherapist and counselors needed to master, theoretically and practically.
Teacher: Azad Ali

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

This course will introduce students to Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), an evidence-based treatment suitable for use with a variety of mental health disorders and issues. Students will learn about CBT's background and theoretical basis (including the evidence base, rationale, CBT model, and indications and contraindications for use) and gain skills in determining client suitability for CBT treatment and assessing behavioral and cognitive functioning. They will also develop knowledge, skills, and confidence in the use of the behavioral and cognitive techniques and processes of CBT in the clinical setting. They will become aware of the strengths and limitations of this approach in practice.

Algebraic Topology

The idea of algebraic topology is to study slippery geometric objects (topology) using rigid discrete objects (algebra). We look at algebraic shadows of the geometric objects, and see what we can learn. If we are lucky, the algebraic shadows will suggest geometric insights that can then be proved.
Topology −→ Algebra
Algebraic topology is one of the most important creations in mathematics which uses algebraic tools to study topological spaces. The basic goal is to find algebraic invariants that classify topological spaces up to homeomorphism (though usually classify up to homotopy equivalence). The most important of these invariants are homotopy groups, homology groups, and cohomology groups (rings).
Furthermore, Algebraic topology can be roughly defined as the study of techniques for forming algebraic images of topological spaces. Most often these algebraic images are groups, but more elaborate structures such as rings, modules, and algebras also arise. The mechanisms that create these images.
Also, one of the main objectives of topology is to classify spaces up to continuous deformations, i.e. up to homeomorphism. Unfortunately, in general it is a quite difficult problem to show when two spaces are not homeomorphic. A classification which is usually easier to obtain is based on the rougher notion of homotopy.
we define an algebraic group called the fundamental group of a space. This group consists of different equivalence classes of loops in that space.
We use the fundamental group as a tool to tell different spaces apart. For example, what makes a torus different from a double torus, or an n-fold torus? Or how is a coffee cup like a donut?
The main purpose of this course to presentation to the basic materials of algebraic topology

Integro-Differential Equations

This course deals with one of the most applied problems in the engineering sciences.
It is concerned with the integro-differential equations where both differential and integral operators will appear in the same equation. This type of equations was introduced by Volterra for the first time in the early 1900. Volterra investigated the population growth, focussing his study on the hereditary influences, where through his research work the topic of integro-differential equations was
Scientists and engineers come across the integro-differential equations through their research work in heat and mass diffusion processes, electric circuit problems, neutron diffusion, and biological species coexisting together with increasing and decreasing rates of generating. Applications of the integro-differential equations in electromagnetic theory and dispersive waves and ocean circulations are enormous.
More details about the sources where these equations arise can be found in physics, biology, and engineering applications as well as in advanced integral equations literatures.

Advanced Solid state physics

Solid State Physics is one of the subjects which serve students in Physics, Inorganic chemistry, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering and electrical engineering for understanding the structural, optical and electrical properties of materials. In Medical Physics people needs to understand how solid materials can be used to detect radiation signals such as X-ray. Understanding Solid State will also help to understand how instruments such as CT scan, MR imaging, digital camera, photo detectors and many other similar instruments are working. The information will also give abilities to people to improve their mind to understand and build new instruments.
Nowadays a new technology is appeared which is called, nanotechnology. This field in interring all subjects from physics to chemistry, Medicine, Biology, Pollution, Engineering, How to understand nanotechnology, we need to understand solid state physics, Nanotechnology is the technology of how the material can be made in a size as small as in nanometer range, precisely below 50 nm. We need to understand its formation and properties as well its application.