BSc Computer Engineering (University of Kurdistan Hewlêr)
Ahmed Saadaldin Qosaeri
Teaching and Laboratory Assistant
As a 1st class honors graduate, top 3rd out of 39, from the University of Kurdistan with a
degree in computer engineering, I have attained a set of valuable skills; not only in
applied sciences, but in management, problem solving, team work and creative thinking
as well. In addition to my academic studies, I have also taken other courses; including a
diploma in customer relations management and diploma in project management. Over the course of my career, I managed to develop practical experience in: Project
Management, Business Strategy, Marketing strategy, Team Building. Also, I have excellent
communication skills and work well in a team.in 2016, i was a full time lecturer at a private institute named "Gasha" teaching three modules; Windows Server, Introduction to Linux:Ubunto and Presentation Skills.
· Teaching and
Laboratory Assistant in Electronics, PLCs’ and Embedded Systems, University
of Kurdistan-Hewler. February 10th, 2017-Now.
· Lecturer at
the Computer Science Department, Gasha Institute October, 2016 to February 5th, 2017.
Manager, National Information Technology Association (NITA). January
2013 to February 2014
· Key Account
Manager, Customer Relationship Manager, Easy Bites. December 2012 to
Management Purchase/Procurement, Haseeb Rassoul. June 2012 to
1st Class Honours-Top 3rd out of 39-BSc
(Hons) Computer Engineering-University
of Kurdistan-Hewler, Erbil, Iraq. 2016
Certificate in Access to Higher Education-University of Kurdistan-Hawler, Erbil, Iraq. 2012
Shamsaldin, “The Study and Implementation of a Novel Design for Metal Detector
for Minesweeping”, 8th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference on Applied
Computing, Zayad University, Dubai.
Embedded Systems, Industrial Computer Applications, IoT, C Programing, Arduino
Dean’s Honor Roll in
recognition of superior academic achievement during the Fall Semester,
Appreciation for making an outstanding contribution in research.
for Designing and giving the “Coding with Fun” course for kids in primary
schools for Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)