Yahya Mohey Hamad Al Qaysi Research Assistant
(Ph.D. Candidate)
Office: Eng-259
Phone: +90 212 338 – 2637
E-mail: yalqaysi13 `{`at`}` ku.edu.tr

Education: Ph.D. Student, Koç University, Mechanical Engineering.      M.S., University of Baghdad, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mechanics, 2000.
B.S., University of Baghdad, Mechanical Engineering, 1997.
Research Interests: Robotics, Human-Robot Interaction, Magnetic Abrasive Finishing, Bearings and Lubrication.
Thesis: “Theoretical Investigations of the Steady-State and Vibrational Characteristics of Ball Bearings”, (2000), M.S. thesis
Journal Articles: 1- Ali H. Kadhum, Yahya. M. Hamad, and Nazar K. M. Naif, “The Effect of  Magnetic Abrasive Finishing on the Flat Surface for Ferromagnetic and non-Ferromagnetic Materials”, College of Engineering Journal, Al Nahrain University, Vol.18, No.1,(2015).

2- Kareem N. Salloomi, Laith Abed Sabri, Yahya M. Hamad, and Sanaa N. Mohammed, “3-Dimensional Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of both Thermal and Mechanical Response of Friction Stir Welded 2024-T3 Aluminum Plates”, Journal of Information Engineering and Applications, Vol.3, No.9, (2013).

3- Ali H. Kadhum, Yahya. M. Hamad, and Nazar K. M. Naif, “Technological Analysis of Flat Surface Conditions by Magnetic Abrasive Finishing Method”, Journal of Engineering, University of Baghdad, Vol. 17, No.3, (2011).

4- Yahya. M. Hamad, “Improvement of Surface Roughness Quality for Stainless Steel 420 plate Using Magnetic Abrasive Finishing Method”, Al-Khwarizmi Engineering Journal, Vol.6, No.4, (2010).

5- A. Salam Amry, A. Abduljabbar, and Yahya. M. Hamad, “Transient Behavior and Skidding Threshold of Ball Bearings” Journal of Engineering, University of Baghdad, Vol. 7, No.2 (2001).

International Conference Papers and Proceedings:
Professional Experience: Working at University of Baghdad /Al-Khwarizmi College of Engineering /Automated Manufacturing Engineering Department.
Awards: Full Ph.D. Scholarship at Koç University (2014-Present) awarded from Iraqi Ministry of Higher Education/University of Baghdad.