The President of Komar University of Science and Technology officially named Kaeuis A. Faraj; Vice President for Academic Affairs on June 9th, 2019.
After his formal acceptance from ministry of higher education and scientific research, Dr. Kaeuis A. Faraj met with Dr. Salahaldin S. Ali, President of KUST and he took his first official tour in his newly university.
“Dr. Kaeuis’s career as a renowned scholar, institutional leader, and public figure spans an exceptional range of experience,” said KUST President, Dr. Salahalddin Saeed Ali. “He is especially well-equipped to serve as a key partner with faculty, fellow college leaders, trustees, students, and the community in defining the strategic vision for the university.”
Dr. Kaeuis has taught at Mosul University and the University of Sulaimani and Salahalddin University, in addition as post doctoral fellow in University of Nijmegen, and worked as a Research Scientist Project Leader in Research & Development department at the European Medical Contract Manufacturer EMCM in cooperation with Bio-matrix Department – university of Nijmegen-Netherland.
Kaeuis A. Faraj Ph.D. in Bioscience and Biotechnology – University of Strathclyde- Glasgow- Scotland. Head Department of Nutrition- Cihan University-Erbil-Iraq. Professor at the Department of Chemistry, University of Salahaddin, Erbil, Iraq. Research Scientist at Agrotechnological Research Institute (ATO) in Wagningen, Netherlands. Member of : the advisory committee of Innovation Oriented research Program (IOP) in Netherlands, Dutch program for Tissue Engineering, European Council of European (Soft tissue engineering for congenital birth defects in children) Project, Bio-matrix and Tissue engineering society in Netherlands. He collaborates with numerous research teams in Austria, Switzerlands, Sweden and Germany. personally presented many topics at National and International Scientific Congresses, Symposia and Seminars in Europe. His area of interest is modern tissue engineering Tailor-made “smart” biomatrices, Oriented and gradient dual layer scaffolds, fabrication of electrospun hybrid scaffolds from natural and synthetic polymer, knitted synthetic polymer.