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Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science is the core at the University of Tripoli, as it was the first that established in this prestigious university. It is also the first faculty of science in Libya. At the present, it includes ten scientific departments: Departments of Zoology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Geology, Computer Science and Statistics, Atmospheric science and geophysics. It currently works to create a new department of Archaeology in order to study the scientific and research side of the historical heritage of the Libyan people. Graduates of this college have worked in various governmental sectors, such as oil exploration, extraction and refining, chemical industries complexes in Abu Kamash and Ras Al-Anuf, as well as plastics companies in production and manufacturing, and in factories for soap, cleaning materials and others. They were also recruited by the education sector in different research and pedagogical areas.

 

The graduates of this faculty have led the scientific process for many years and still represent the first building block in all colleges of science, and some other colleges in all Libyan universities for the past five decades. The scope of work for graduates included Faculties of Medicine (in the field of basic sciences, biochemistry, anatomy, histology and microbiology), many departments in the Faculty of Agriculture, general engineering, chemical and geological engineering; in particular, medical technology and pharmacy, and the Faculty of Economics and Arts. The Faculty of Science provides teaching assistants to other faculties and universities in the Libyan state.

 

The Faculty of Science is the first to create graduate studies programs in Libya, despite the nature of graduate studies in basic sciences, which need capabilities other than competent professors. Teaching staff in this institution graduated from international universities in the West and the East (USA, UK, Australia, and other European countries). They graduated from universities that are well-known for their high academic standard.

 

Having obtained their first university degree or higher degrees of specialization from Libya or abroad, graduates of Faculty of Science worked for industrial and nuclear research centers, petroleum sector, marine life, biotechnology, plastics, and other specialized research centers.

 

The Faculty has also enriched the scientific research movement in the fields of basic sciences in the Libyan state through the issuance of refereed basic science journal.

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Academic Staff

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Students

686

Graduates

Who works at the Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science has more than 270 academic staff members

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Prof.Dr. Ramadan Elmabruk M Eljadi

Ramadan Eljadi is one of the staff members at the department of 10 faculty of 1. He is working as a since 2006-12-28. He teaches several subjects in his major and has several puplications in the field of his interest.

Publications

Some of publications in Faculty of Science

ON PRE-T_(3/4) SPACES

ABSTRACT Since every topological space is pre-T_(1/2) space, we aim to define a space that is weaker than pre-T_1 space; namely pre-T_(3/4) space, when we use the notions of regular open sets and preopen sets. We prove that a pre-T_(3/4) space is weaker than T_(3/4)-space, regular space and pre-R_0 space, additionally, we investigate the topological properties of pre-T_(3/4) space, as the hereditary property and their images by some paritcular functions; moreover we discuss the behavior of pre-T_(3/4) axiom in some special spaces as; submaximal spaces, regular spaces, extremelly disconnected spaces and hyperconnected spaces.
Khadiga S. Abdeen(5-2022)
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Data Science: Statistical Analysis of Big Data

We live in the Big Data era; as our daily interactions move from the physical world to the digital world, every action we take generates data, information pours from our mobile devices, our computers, every file we save, and every social media interaction we make, it is even generated when we do something as simple as asking Google for directions to the nearest gas station...!! Data science is the key to making this flow of information helpful. Simply, it is the art of employing data to predict our future behavior, discover hidden patterns, and use it to help provide information or draw meaningful conclusions from these vast untapped data resources. These vague and misty definitions are shared with other modern fields such as Data Mining, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. So, what are the differences between these fields and Data Science? Furthermore, what is Data science in practice? As far as I know, the subject of data science is not well known for most Libyan statisticians, and there is no Libyan research in this field. Therefore, this thesis will provide additional knowledge to those interested in data science, especially Libyan scientists, and consider the first step to introduce data science for researchers in the Department of Statistics at the University of Tripoli. The primary purpose of this thesis is to declare the vague definitions of data science and show that statistics is the base behind all of its theories, and other fields are just giving advanced tools to apply statistical analysis on enormous amounts of data. We will focus on statistics and its contributions in applying data science by analyzing and discussing (with some details) the fundamental steps of the data science process by using the European Soccer Database (2008-2016) as a case study, using SQLite data base and R programming language version 4.1.1. In order to apply the data science process to this case study, many statistical techniques have been used in this thesis for different purposes, such as descriptive statistics, confidence intervals, and design models such as the design of factorial experiments with interaction, and design of factorial experiments with blocks and interaction, in addition to some data mining techniques such as clustering with K-mean algorithm and classification with Decision Tree algorithm.
Soha E. Elhaddar, Dr. Abdullatif S. Tubbal(2-2022)
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تطبيق إدارة الجودة الشاملة في التعليم الجامعي: دراسة حالة في كلية الدراسات الإسلامية جامعة المحمدية مالانج

The success of an institution or university depends on how the leader educates and implements the strategy. Therefore, an education strategy must be developed by university in every nation worldwide. This research aims to know the implementation of TQM on the Faculty of Islamic Study in Muhammadiyah University, Malang, Indonesia, which are Quality standard, TQM implementation strategy, TQM evaluation, the obstacles of TQM implementation in the Faculty of Islamic Study in Muhammadiyah University, Malang. This research employs descriptive analysis. The instrument of data collection is by interviewing, documenting and observing. The most important findings from this research is the quality standard in Muhammadiyah University Malang follows the regulation of National Higher Education and formulated based on KKNI. The strategy of TQM implementation was conducted from the central of quality management, while the process of quality evaluation was conducted directly from the teaching and learning activities. The obstacles faced by the TQM implementation is the lack of professionals and the lack of awareness to implement the new quality standard, and the development of TQM is done by implementing the education policy firmly and it must be controlled continuously.
أ. لبنى أحمد أبو القاسم شهوب, (10-2017)
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