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The Islamic University of Gaza , also known as IUG, IU Gaza and The University of Gaza, is an independent Palestinian university established in 1978 in Gaza City, Palestinian territories. The university, according to its website, has 10 faculties capable of awarding B.A., B.Sc., M.A., and M.Sc. diplomas and higher diplomas in their respective disciplines. The Islamic University of Gaza is a member of four regional and international associations of higher education, which are the International Association of Universities, the Community of Mediterranean Universities, the Association of Arab Universities and the Association of Islamic Universities. As of August 2014, due to the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict, Israeli forces have destroyed the Islamic University of Gaza by firing multiple missiles into the building. People were reported to be inside the university campus during the attack. A large part of the university has been destroyed. No casualties were reported in the strike. Wikipedia.


Saadeh S.M.,Islamic University of Gaza
Journal of Coordination Chemistry | Year: 2012

The ligands 2-acetylbenzimidazole benzoylhydrazone (HBBH) and 2-acetylbenzimidazole isonicotinoylhydrazone (HBIH) were prepared and characterized by elemental analysis, IR, NMR, and mass spectra. The complexes of these ligands with Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), and Zn(II) were prepared by the reaction of methanolic acetate salts with the ligands in methanol in a 1:2 metal:ligand mole ratio. M(II)L 2 were characterized based on elemental analysis, IR, NMR, MS, conductance, and electronic spectral measurements. Co(BBH) 2 and Ni(BIH) 2 were crystallographically characterized. They consist of two ligands that give six coordinate bonding to Co(II) and Ni(II) on a meridional plane through benzimidazole ring nitrogen, azomethine nitrogen, and benzoyl or isonicotinoyl oxygen, respectively. Co(BBH) 2 crystallizes in the triclinic space group P and Z=2 at 150K with a=9.9010(3), b=9.9705(4), c=15.8141(6), =96.424(2), =94.1580(10), and =92.153(2). Ni(BBH) 2 crystallizes in the monoclinic space group P 21/n and Z=4 at 100K with a=14.3156(2), b=24.7402(4), c=19.8215(3), =90, =98.7761(7), and =90. The metal centers in these complexes have two ligands in a meridional, slightly distorted octahedron. © 2012 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Source


Taya S.A.,Islamic University of Gaza
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials | Year: 2015

In this paper, surface waves excited at the interface between left-handed and right-handed materials are employed for sensing applications. The propagation of p-polarized (TM) surface waves in a three-layer slab waveguide structure with air core layer as an analyte and anisotropic left-handed materials as claddings is investigated for detection of any changes in the refractive index of the analyte. The dispersion equations and the sensitivity of the effective refractive index to any change in the air layer index are derived, plotted, and discussed in details. The field profile is also explored. It is found that the sensitivity of the proposed surface wave sensor is almost independent of the wavelength of the propagating wave. A considerable sensitivity improvement can be obtained with the increase of transverse components of the left-handed material permittivity. © Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source


Taya S.A.,Islamic University of Gaza
Opto-electronics Review | Year: 2014

A three-layer slab waveguide with air core layer and anisotropic left-handed material claddings is investigated for sensing applications. Different from the waveguide mode sensors and surface plasmon resonance sensors in which the analyte is placed in the evanescent field region, the proposed sensor contains the sample in the core region that supports the oscillating field. Due to the strong concentration of the electromagnetic field in the analyte medium, the proposed device exhibits unusual sensitivity enhancement. The simulations revealed that the sensitivity improvement of TE3 mode compared to conventional evanescent wave sensor is approximately a factor of 20. © 2014, Versita Warsaw and Springer-Verlag Wien. Source


Some new metal(II) complexes, ML2 [M=Co, Ni, Cu and Zn], of 2-acetylthiophene benzoylhydrazone ligand (HL) containing a trifunctional SNO-donor system have been synthesized and characterized on the basis of physicochemical data by elemental analysis, magnetic moment, molar conductance, thermogravimetric and spectroscopic (electronic, IR, 1H NMR and 13C NMR) data. The ligand functions as monobasic SNO tridentates where the deprotonated enolic form is preferred in the coordination producing distorted octahedral complexes. © 2010. Source


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Agency: Cordis | Branch: H2020 | Program: CSA | Phase: INT-02-2014 | Award Amount: 999.75K | Year: 2015

The MERID project (Middle East Research and Innovation Dialogue) proposes a comprehensive action to intensify and encourage research and innovation cooperation between the EU and the Middle East region, directly involving partners from Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine, directly involving partners from Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine. The project intends to build upon the experience carried out in countries of the region that have already participated in the previous framework programmes, and therefore are at a relatively advanced stage of research cooperation with Europe, like Egypt and Jordan. Attention is paid to calibrating in the most appropriate way the intervention logic of the project, adapting actions to the specific needs of the target countries and their research constituencies. The needs of Iran and Iraq will for sure prove different from those of countries where cooperation with the EU has a proven track record behind. The project is the first attempt to systematise support to the policy dialogue and involvement of research communities of Iran and Iraq in the H2020 programme, as well as an initiative that seeks to give continuity to collaboration frameworks already established between the EU and Middle East countries. The project has high potential to deliver long-lasting impact and structuring effects on cooperation between the EU and the Middle East region. It focuses on enhancing direct cooperation among researchers and on laying or consolidating preconditions, in the region, fostering joint research projects and initiatives with the EU, establishing optimal framework conditions for international cooperation and increasing coordination between policies and programmes. These objectives will be achieved through series of different on-line and in-person activities, among which are meetings of researchers, brokerage events, info-days, training and coaching, webinars and other tools, relevant for this project proposals.

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