IRAQ - MOSUL
Al Noor University College in collaboration with
UMP (Malaysia), UNITEN (Malaysia) & Enhance Track (Malaysia)
Dear Keynote speakers and participants of CAS2023 On behalf of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Iraq, as well as the pioneering researchers in the realms of sustainability and aviation within our nation, it is with great pleasure that I extend a heartfelt welcome to all of you gathered here for the inaugural Congress on Aviation and Sustainability (CAS2023). We are truly privileged to have your esteemed presence at this momentous event hosted by Al Noor University College in Mosul. This Congress stands as a testament to our collective commitment towards elevating the standards of higher education in Iraq in the field of sustainability and Aviation. As we gather here, we are united by a shared vision of cultivating a dynamic academic environment that empowers our students, nurtures groundbreaking research, and drives innovative solutions to address the challenges of our time. My profound gratitude extends to each participant, keynote speaker, sponsor, as well as our esteemed partners: Al Noor University College, Central Queensland University, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Enhance Track, and People First Health Group. Your steadfast commitment and unwavering enthusiasm have collectively manifested this event, underscoring its monumental importance and inspiring us to relentlessly pursue excellence. Once again, I welcome you all to CAS2023 in Iraq. May our discussions be insightful, our collaborations be impactful, and our shared journey towards a brighter academic future be resoundingly successful.
Dr. Naeem Abd Yaser Al-Aboudi,
Minister of Higher Education & Scientific Research
Mosul, Um Al-Rabieen will host the first Congress on Sustainability and Aviation. Mosul, situated in northern Iraq, is referred to as the “Skull of Iraq.” The city is named “Al-Hadbah” because the Tigris River runs through it and bends upon entering it. The city has several gates, including Bab Lakash, Bab Jadid, and Bab al-Tub. Numerous Iraqi ethnic groups reside there and coexist in near accord. In terms of occupations and culinary traditions, Mosul is a city with its own distinct traits. It vanquished its foes despite sieges and repeated assaults and returned to a state of rebuilding. Religious and tourism attractions include the Great Mosque, Prophet Yunus Mosque, Bash Tapia, and Tal Qoudunjoo. Mosul is proud to welcome guests worldwide so they may feel its atmosphere and uniqueness.
The objective of the 1st Congress on Sustainability and Aviation is to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and stakeholders from around the world to exchange information and examine the most recent advancements and challenges in the field of sustainability, with a case study on Aviation. Al Noor University College, in partnership with Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP), and University Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN), will spend two days debating and proposing solutions for the most pressing issues in the area of Aviation and Sustainability. The congress will cover sweet variety of topics based on the major difficulties faced by the aviation and sustainability industries. In addition, participants will collectively generate and suggest viable solutions to these difficulties.
This one-of-a-kind meeting, to be hosted on the grounds of Al Noor University College, will serve as an interactive platform for exploring real-world problems. A few noteworthy Mousil examples will be deconstructed, researched, and discussed in this context. This will not only give vital insights into the local context, but will also foster an atmosphere favourable to learning and sharing information across various geographical backgrounds and experiences.The congress is scheduled for two days, during which a variety of topics based on the major difficulties faced by the aviation and sustainability industries are scheduled. The participants will collectively generate and suggest viable solutions to these difficulties.
Our main objective is to analyze global successes and failures in sustainable energy development and implementation in differen fileds, with a focus on shaping Iraq’s approach to renewable energy and Aviation industty, specifically in Mosul. Considering the unique geopolitical, economic, and environmental context, we aim to identify opportunities and benefits in establishing and supporting sustainable energy sources for Mosul and Iraq.
On behalf of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Iraq, it is my distinct pleasure to extend a warm welcome to all esteemed speakers who will be gracing the inaugural Congress of Aviation and Sustainability CAS2023, which will be taken place at the prestigious Al-Noor University College in Mosul, Iraq. I am truly excited to witness the convergence of brilliant minds from diverse corners of the globe, including distinguished scientists and engineers hailing from Australia, Malaysia, and China. Their participation in this conference underscores its international significance and resonates harmoniously with the Ministry’s resolute commitment to advancing research and development endeavors, particularly within the realms of renewable energy and aviation. As a devoted professor specializing in the dynamic field of renewable energy and sustainability, I personally take great joy in pledging my unwavering support to this monumental congress. It is with profound optimism that I anticipate the exchange of cutting-edge ideas, the forging of fruitful collaborations, and the cultivation of groundbreaking solutions that will invariably shape the future of aviation and sustainability. In closing, I extend my heartfelt well-wishes to all participants during their time in Iraq, and I wholeheartedly embrace the conviction that this gathering will serve as a catalyst for progress, innovation, and international camaraderie. Here’s to an enriching experience and to the limitless possibilities that lie ahead. Thank you.
Prof. Hayder Abed Dhahad
Deputy Minister for Scientific Research Affairs
The 1st Congress on Aviation and Sustainability (CAS2023)
Date: 20th – 21st September 2023
( PhD; DEng, ME; BE(Hons); BSc(Met); FIE (Aust)) has held senior University positions including Pro Vice Chancellor Research and Executive Dean in Australia
Our high-quality speakers play a vital role in ensuring the engagement of audiences and the provision of relevant, up-to-date, and innovative content for our esteemed delegates.
Aviation 4.0 and Sustainability, Australia
Education and Sustainability , Australia
Sustainability - policy and regulation, Australia
Join us at The Congress as we delve into crucial discussions on the following topics! From sustainability to innovation, we’re ready to explore new ideas and shape a brighter future together
Revolutionizing the Skies: Sustainable Aviation’s Future in the Age of Industry 4.0 and Drone Technologies
Sustainability is a critically important topic across various fields and industries today. The sustainability in aviation industry, being a significant sector, which will be one of the main key focus in this congress. Embracing sustainability is essential for businesses to thrive and succeed. Iraq, with its abundant natural resources and solar availability, has the potential to become a regional leader in sustainability, making it crucial for the country to adopt and promote sustainable practices.
The topic “Revolutionizing the Skies: Sustainable Aviation’s Future in the Era of Industry 4.0 and Drone Technology” embodies the congress’s forward-looking outlook. It alludes to a future in which technological breakthroughs, especially in regard to Aviation 4.0 and drone technology, are used to modify and improve the aviation industry’s sustainability. “Revolutionizing the Skies” implies a radical shift in how we see and do business in the aviation industry, emphasising innovation and transformation for sustainable development. The potential of these technical breakthroughs to support more environmentally-friendly behaviours and lower the aviation industry’s carbon footprint is investigated in this article. This might lead to a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions.