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Near East University

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Nicosia, Cyprus

Near East University is a private university located in North Cyprus. It was founded in North Nicosia in 1988. The founder of the Near East University is Dr. Suat İ. Günsel, a Turkish Cypriot educationalist and entrepreneur.The Near East University currently has 16 faculties with 98 departments, 4 vocational schools, 2 high schools and 4 graduate schools offering programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.With over 25,000 students, it is the largest university in Northern Cyprus. Wikipedia.

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Nursing-2017 features highly enlightening and interactive sessions to encourage the exchange of ideas across a wide range of disciplines in the field of nursing. They invite the contributions related to nursing research. You can submit your work in these broad themes. For conference themes please see: http://nursing.madridge.com/conference-themes.php The 1st International Conference on Nursing event was a huge success; they also welcomed the exposure to the new research and advancements presented during the 3 day conference. The conference has a gathering of 200 nursing professionals from 18 different countries all over the world. Nursing-2016 Speakers and Delegates: · Nezam Al-Nsair, University of Mount Union, USA · Phyllis Hansell, Seton Hall University, USA · Yvonne Ramlall, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada · Michael Jacqueline Lall, University of Texas at Arlington, USA · Khlood Salman, Duquesne University, USA · Jih-Yuan Chen, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan · Claire Donnellan, Trinity College, Ireland · Francis Florencio, AUT University, Newzealand · Maude Hebert, University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres, Canada · Julie Slade, Chatham University, USA · Manal Alatrash, Western University of Health Sciences/College of Graduate Nursing, USA · Amera Rashed, Menoufyia University, Egypt · Shauna Davies, University of Regina, Canada · Muder Alkrisat, Chamberlain College of Nursing, USA · Linda J. Ulak, Seton Hall University, USA · Dawn Marie Nair, St. Vincent's College, USA · Kristen Crusoe, Oregon Health & Sciences University, USA · Ma'en ZaidAbu-Qamar, Edith Cowan University, Australia · Pia Yngman-Uhlin, Linköping University, Sweden · Ana Peliteiro Neto, Emirates Home Nursing, Saudi Arabia · Seamus Cowman, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Bahrain, Bahrain · Audrey Cund, University of the West of Scotland, UK · Louise Johnston, University of the West of Scotland, UK · Sherry Arvidson, University of Regina, Canada · Laureen Turner, University of San Francisco, USA · Hazel Kyle, University of the West of Scotland, UK · Johanna McMullan, Queens University, uk · Nasreena Waheed, Charles Dawin University, Australia · Maryann Godshall, Drexel University, USA · Muyssar Sabri Awadhalla, University of Bahrain, Bahrain · Kristina Schildmeijer, Linnaeus University, Sweden · Susan Carlisle, Queen's University Belfast , UK · Carin Ericsson, Linköping University, Sweden · Ghada ghamdi, University of Dhammam, Saudi Arabia · Janna Skagerström, Linköping University, Sweden · Sylvia Godelia, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada · Ahmed Maghari, Merck KSA · Ahmed Naser, Merck KSA · Ahmed Niaze, Merck KSA · Aida Mohamed, Merck KSA · Areej Khan, Merck KSA · Faten Ahmad, Merck KSA · Faten Ezzeddine, Merck KSA · Fatima Al Maghrabi, Merck KSA · Fayza Hassanin, Merck KSA · Hani Alismaeel, Merck KSA Nursing-2017 Organizing Committee: · Sheila Ryan, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA · Samy A. Azer, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia · Vivien Dee, Azusa Pacific University, USA · Birsen Yurugen, Okan University of Health Sciences, Turkey · Amal Kadry Nicola Attia, University of Sharjah, Saudi Arabia · Nurhan Bayraktar, Near East University, Turkey · Esther Christian Sellars, The University of Tennessee at Martin, USA · Nezam Al-Nsair, University of Mount Union, USA · Khlood Salman, Duquesne University, USA · Michael Jacqueline Lall, The University of Texas at Arlington,USA · Mohammad Al Qadire, Al Al-Bayt University, Jordan · Aysegel Durmaz, Dumlupinar University, Turkey Nursing-2017 is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and anticipates the world’s leading specialists involved in Nursing Research. They welcome Sponsorship and Exhibitions from the Companies and Organizations who wish to showcase their products at this exciting event. Register for the conference and book your slots at: http://nursing.madridge.com/register.php Contact person: Bhagya Rekha nursing@madridge.com nursing@madridge.net Naples, FL, May 13, 2017 --( PR.com )-- 2nd International Nursing Conference is going to be held during November 1-3, 2017 at Barcelona, Spain.Nursing-2017 features highly enlightening and interactive sessions to encourage the exchange of ideas across a wide range of disciplines in the field of nursing.They invite the contributions related to nursing research. You can submit your work in these broad themes. For conference themes please see:The 1st International Conference on Nursing event was a huge success; they also welcomed the exposure to the new research and advancements presented during the 3 day conference. The conference has a gathering of 200 nursing professionals from 18 different countries all over the world.Nursing-2016 Speakers and Delegates:· Nezam Al-Nsair, University of Mount Union, USA· Phyllis Hansell, Seton Hall University, USA· Yvonne Ramlall, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada· Michael Jacqueline Lall, University of Texas at Arlington, USA· Khlood Salman, Duquesne University, USA· Jih-Yuan Chen, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan· Claire Donnellan, Trinity College, Ireland· Francis Florencio, AUT University, Newzealand· Maude Hebert, University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres, Canada· Julie Slade, Chatham University, USA· Manal Alatrash, Western University of Health Sciences/College of Graduate Nursing, USA· Amera Rashed, Menoufyia University, Egypt· Shauna Davies, University of Regina, Canada· Muder Alkrisat, Chamberlain College of Nursing, USA· Linda J. Ulak, Seton Hall University, USA· Dawn Marie Nair, St. Vincent's College, USA· Kristen Crusoe, Oregon Health & Sciences University, USA· Ma'en ZaidAbu-Qamar, Edith Cowan University, Australia· Pia Yngman-Uhlin, Linköping University, Sweden· Ana Peliteiro Neto, Emirates Home Nursing, Saudi Arabia· Seamus Cowman, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Bahrain, Bahrain· Audrey Cund, University of the West of Scotland, UK· Louise Johnston, University of the West of Scotland, UK· Sherry Arvidson, University of Regina, Canada· Laureen Turner, University of San Francisco, USA· Hazel Kyle, University of the West of Scotland, UK· Johanna McMullan, Queens University, uk· Nasreena Waheed, Charles Dawin University, Australia· Maryann Godshall, Drexel University, USA· Muyssar Sabri Awadhalla, University of Bahrain, Bahrain· Kristina Schildmeijer, Linnaeus University, Sweden· Susan Carlisle, Queen's University Belfast , UK· Carin Ericsson, Linköping University, Sweden· Ghada ghamdi, University of Dhammam, Saudi Arabia· Janna Skagerström, Linköping University, Sweden· Sylvia Godelia, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada· Ahmed Maghari, Merck KSA· Ahmed Naser, Merck KSA· Ahmed Niaze, Merck KSA· Aida Mohamed, Merck KSA· Areej Khan, Merck KSA· Faten Ahmad, Merck KSA· Faten Ezzeddine, Merck KSA· Fatima Al Maghrabi, Merck KSA· Fayza Hassanin, Merck KSA· Hani Alismaeel, Merck KSANursing-2017 Organizing Committee:· Sheila Ryan, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA· Samy A. Azer, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia· Vivien Dee, Azusa Pacific University, USA· Birsen Yurugen, Okan University of Health Sciences, Turkey· Amal Kadry Nicola Attia, University of Sharjah, Saudi Arabia· Nurhan Bayraktar, Near East University, Turkey· Esther Christian Sellars, The University of Tennessee at Martin, USA· Nezam Al-Nsair, University of Mount Union, USA· Khlood Salman, Duquesne University, USA· Michael Jacqueline Lall, The University of Texas at Arlington,USA· Mohammad Al Qadire, Al Al-Bayt University, Jordan· Aysegel Durmaz, Dumlupinar University, TurkeyNursing-2017 is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and anticipates the world’s leading specialists involved in Nursing Research. 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CrowdReviews.com Partnered with Madridge Publishers to Announce The International Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins Conference The Probiotics-2017 conference includes the probiotics consumed in diverse ways including dairy product, food supplements and functional foods with specific health claims. Recently, many reports suggest that certain probiotic strains or multi strain mixture have potent immunomodulatory activity in diverse disorders including allergic asthma, atopic dermatitis and rheumatoid arthritis. The Probiotics-2017 conference includes Plenary lectures, Keynote lectures and short courses by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations. You can submit your work on these broad themes. Probiotics regulation and product development Industrial production and microbial fermentation Diet-host interaction and intestinal microbiome signaling Gut microbiome and microbiota Food and Dairy technology Probiotics in gastrointestinal interactions & disorders Probiotics and food borne diseases Immune support by probiotics Recombinant Probiotics Role of probiotics & prebiotics in human health Prospects of probiotics vision, opportunity and challenges Probiotics in veterinary medicine Probiotics in womens health Pediatric nutrition To submit your abstracts please see: Please mail us at: Probiotics-2017 Organizing Committee: · Cristina A. Fente, Professor, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain · Alejandra Cardelle Cobas, University de Santiago de Compostela, Spain · Giuseppe Moniello, Professor, University of Sassari, Italy · Iryna Sorokulova, Professor, Auburn University, USA · Francoise Le Vacon, Biofortis Merieux NutriSciences, France · Harsharn Gill , Director, RMIT University, Australia · Abdel Moneim El Hadi Sulieman, Professor, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia · Koshy Philip, University of Malaya, Malaysia · Amiza Mat Amin, Dean, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia · H. SebnemTellioglu Harsa, Professor, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey · Mihriban Korukluoglu , Professor, Uludag University, Turkey · Zerrin Erginkaya, Professor, Cukurova University, Turkey · Canan Hecer, Professor, Near East University, Turkey · El-Refaie Kenawy, Professor, Tanta University, Egypt · D Nageswara Rao, Professor, AIIMS, India · Lorenzo Pastrana, Professor, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal · Nezha Mouane, Professor, Mohammed V University, Morocco Probiotics-2017 is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and anticipates the world’s leading specialists involved in Probiotics Research. They welcome Sponsorship and Exhibitions from the Companies and Organizations who wish to showcase their products at this exciting event. 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Recently, many reports suggest that certain probiotic strains or multi strain mixture have potent immunomodulatory activity in diverse disorders including allergic asthma, atopic dermatitis and rheumatoid arthritis.The Probiotics-2017 conference includes Plenary lectures, Keynote lectures and short courses by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations.You can submit your work on these broad themes.Probiotics regulation and product developmentIndustrial production and microbial fermentationDiet-host interaction and intestinal microbiome signalingGut microbiome and microbiotaFood and Dairy technologyProbiotics in gastrointestinal interactions & disordersProbiotics and food borne diseasesImmune support by probioticsRecombinant ProbioticsRole of probiotics & prebiotics in human healthProspects of probiotics vision, opportunity and challengesProbiotics in veterinary medicineProbiotics in womens healthPediatric nutritionTo submit your abstracts please see: http://probiotics.madridge.com/abstract-submission.php Please mail us at: probiotics@madridge.com Probiotics-2017 Organizing Committee:· Cristina A. Fente, Professor, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain· Alejandra Cardelle Cobas, University de Santiago de Compostela, Spain· Giuseppe Moniello, Professor, University of Sassari, Italy· Iryna Sorokulova, Professor, Auburn University, USA· Francoise Le Vacon, Biofortis Merieux NutriSciences, France· Harsharn Gill , Director, RMIT University, Australia· Abdel Moneim El Hadi Sulieman, Professor, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia· Koshy Philip, University of Malaya, Malaysia· Amiza Mat Amin, Dean, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia· H. SebnemTellioglu Harsa, Professor, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey· Mihriban Korukluoglu , Professor, Uludag University, Turkey· Zerrin Erginkaya, Professor, Cukurova University, Turkey· Canan Hecer, Professor, Near East University, Turkey· El-Refaie Kenawy, Professor, Tanta University, Egypt· D Nageswara Rao, Professor, AIIMS, India· Lorenzo Pastrana, Professor, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal· Nezha Mouane, Professor, Mohammed V University, MoroccoProbiotics-2017 is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and anticipates the world’s leading specialists involved in Probiotics Research. They welcome Sponsorship and Exhibitions from the Companies and Organizations who wish to showcase their products at this exciting event. Email us at: probiotics@madridge.net Register for the conference and book your slots at: http://probiotics.madridge.com/register.php Contact person:Parvin A


The approximate analytical bound-state solution of the Schrödinger equation for the Manning-Rosen (MR) potential is found by taking a new approximation scheme to the orbital centrifugal term. The Nikiforov-Uvarov method is used in the calculations. We obtain analytic forms for the energy eigenvalues and the corresponding normalized wave functions in terms of Jacobi polynomials or hypergeometric functions for different screening parameters 1 /b. The rotational-vibrational energy states for a few diatomic molecules are calculated for arbitrary quantum numbers n and l with different values of the potential parameter α. The present numerical results agree within five decimal digits with the previously reported results for different 1 /b values. A few special cases of the s-wave (l = 0) MR potential and the Hulthen potential are also studied. © 2011 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.


Khashman A.,Near East University
Applied Soft Computing Journal | Year: 2011

Credit scoring and evaluation is one of the key analytical techniques in credit risk evaluation which has been an active research area in financial risk management. Artificial neural networks (NNs) have been considered to be accurate tools for credit analysis among others in the credit industry. Lately, emotional neural networks (EmNNs) have been suggested and applied successfully for pattern recognition. In this paper we investigate the efficiency of EmNNs and compare their performance to conventional NNs when applied to credit risk evaluation. In total 12 neural networks; based equally on emotional and conventional neural models; are arbitrated under three learning schemes to classify whether a credit application is approved or declined. The learning schemes differ in the ratio of training-to-validation data used during training and testing the neural networks. The emotional and conventional neural models are trained using real world credit application cases from the Australian credit approval datasets which has 690 cases; each case with 14 numerical attributes; based on which an application is accepted or rejected. The performance of the 12 neural networks will be evaluated using certain criteria. Experimental results suggest that both emotional and conventional neural models can be used effectively for credit risk evaluations, however the emotional models outperform their conventional counterparts in decision making speed and accuracy, thus, making them ideal for implementation in fast automatic processing of credit applications. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Khashman A.,Near East University
Expert Systems with Applications | Year: 2010

This paper describes a credit risk evaluation system that uses supervised neural network models based on the back propagation learning algorithm. We train and implement three neural networks to decide whether to approve or reject a credit application. Credit scoring and evaluation is one of the key analytical techniques in credit risk evaluation which has been an active research area in financial risk management. The neural networks are trained using real world credit application cases from the German credit approval datasets which has 1000 cases; each case with 24 numerical attributes; based on which an application is accepted or rejected. Nine learning schemes with different training-to- validation data ratios have been investigated, and a comparison between their implementation results has been provided. Experimental results will suggest which neural network model, and under which learning scheme, can the proposed credit risk evaluation system deliver optimum performance; where it may be used efficiently, and quickly in automatic processing of credit applications. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.


Abiyev R.H.,Near East University
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2010

This paper presents the development of novel type-2 wavelet neural network system for time series prediction. The structure of type-2 Fuzzy Wavelet Neural Network (FWNN) is proposed and its learning algorithm is derived. The proposed network is constructed on the base of a set of fuzzy rules that includes type-2 fuzzy sets in the antecedent part and a wavelet function in the consequent part of the rules. For generating the structure of prediction model a fuzzy clustering algorithm is implemented to generate the rules automatically and the gradient learning algorithm is used for parameter identification. Type-2 FWNN is used for modelling and prediction of exchange rate time series. Effectiveness of the proposed system is evaluated with the results obtained from the simulation of type-2 FWNN based systems and with the comparative simulation results of previous related models. © 2010 Springer-Verlag.


Abiyev R.H.,Near East University | Kaynak O.,Bogazici University
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics | Year: 2010

In industry, most dynamical plants are characterized by unpredictable and hard-to-formulate factors, uncertainty, and fuzziness of information, and as a result, deterministic models usually prove to be insufficient to adequately describe the process. In such situations, the use of fuzzy approaches becomes a viable alternative. However, the systems constructed on the base of type 1 fuzzy systems cannot directly handle the uncertainties associated with information or data in the knowledge base of the process. One possible way to alleviate the problem is to resort to the use of type 2 fuzzy systems. In this paper, the structure of a type 2 TakagiSugenoKang fuzzy neural system is presented, and its parameter update rule is derived based on fuzzy clustering and gradient learning algorithm. Its performance for identification and control of time-varying as well as some time-invariant plants is evaluated and compared with other approaches seen in the literature. It is seen that the proposed structure is a potential candidate for identification and control purposes of uncertain plants, with the uncertainties being handled adequately by type 2 fuzzy sets. © 2010 IEEE.


We solve the parametric generalized effective Schrdinger equation with a specific choice of position-dependent mass function and Morse oscillator potential by means of the Nikiforov-Uvarov method combined with the Pekeris approximation scheme. All bound-state energies are found explicitly and all corresponding radial wave functions are built analytically. We choose the Weyl or Li and Kuhn ordering for the ambiguity parameters in our numerical work to calculate the energy spectrum for a few (H 2, LiH, HCl and CO) diatomic molecules with arbitrary vibration n and rotation l quantum numbers and different position-dependent mass functions. Two special cases including the constant mass and the vibration s-wave (l=0) are also investigated. © 2012 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.


Ikhdair S.M.,Near East University
Central European Journal of Physics | Year: 2012

Using an approximation scheme to deal with the centrifugal (pseudo-centrifugal) term, we solve the Dirac equation with the screened Coulomb (Yukawa) potential for any arbitrary spin-orbit quantum number κ. Based on the spin and pseudospin symmetry, analytic bound state energy spectrum formulas and their corresponding upper- and lower-spinor components of two Dirac particles are obtained using a shortcut of the Nikiforov-Uvarov method. We find a wide range of permissible values for the spin symmetry constant C s from the valence energy spectrum of particle and also for pseudospin symmetry constant C ps from the hole energy spectrum of antiparticle. Further, we show that the present potential interaction becomes less (more) attractive for a long (short) range screening parameter α. To remove the degeneracies in energy levels we consider the spin and pseudospin solution of Dirac equation for Yukawa potential plus a centrifugal-like term. A few special cases such as the exact spin (pseudospin) symmetry Dirac-Yukawa, the Yukawa plus centrifugal-like potentials, the limit when α becomes zero (Coulomb potential field) and the non-relativistic limit of our solution are studied. The nonrelativistic solutions are compared with those obtained by other methods. © 2012 © Versita Warsaw and Springer-Verlag Wien.


By using an improved approximation scheme to deal with the centrifugal (pseudocentrifugal) term, we solve the Dirac equation for the generalized Morse potential with arbitrary spin-orbit quantum number κ. In the presence of spin and pseudospin symmetry, the analytic bound state energy eigenvalues and the associated upperand lower-spinor components of two Dirac particles are found by using the basic concepts of the Nikiforov-Uvarov method. We study the special cases when κ = ±1 (l =l̃ = 0, s-wave), the non-relativistic limit and the limit when a becomes zero (Kratzer potential model). The present solutions are compared with those obtained by other methods. © 2011 American Institute of Physics.

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