The Aro Executive Editorial Board (EEB) includes experts in the subject area that relates with Aro. The executive editorial board oversees the process of Aro's publication. EEB meets on a regular basis to discuss the latest submitted articles.
Aro's current Executive Editorial Board
- Prof. Dr. Wali M. Hamad, Executive Publisher, Iraq
- Dr. Dilan M. Rostam, Editor-in-Chief, United Kingdom
- Prof. Dr. Salah I. Yahya, Executive Editor, Iraq
- Prof. Dr. Basim M. Fadhil, Executive Editor, Iraq
- Dr. Fahmi F. Muhammad, Executive Editor, Iraq
- Dr. Mohammed H. S. Zangana, Executive Editor, Iraq
- Prof. Dr. Jorge Correia, Executive Editor, Portugal
- Dr. Fouad Mohammed, Executive Editor, United Kingdom
- Prof. Dr. Jacek Binda, Executive Editor, Poland
- Prof. Dr. Nadhir Al-Ansari, Executive Editor, Sweden
- Prof. Dr. Howri Mansurbeg, Executive Editor, Canada
- Dr. Tara Fuad Tahir, Executive Editor, Iraq
- Dr. Yazen A. Khaleel, Executive Editor, Iraq
Jorge Correia, Executive Editor
Fouad Mohammed, Executive Editor
University, Sweden, in 2007. His current research deals with hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation in carbonate reservoirs in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and the United Arab Emirates utilizing an integrated multidisciplinary approach. Mansurbeg has worked for several international oil companies in Europe and the US and has produced numerous technical reports and research articles in the past 15 years. He has held several prestigious academic and managerial positions both in Europe and in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. He is currently Adjunct Professor at the School of the Environment University of Windsor, Canada. [email: email@example.com]
Tara F. Tahir is a lecturer at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Health, Koya University, where she has been a faculty member since 2007. She was head of the Department of Chemistry from 2013-2017. Tara completed her Ph.D. in Environmental Electrochemistry at Universiti Sains Malaysia . Her research interests lie in the area of sensors, electrochemistry and analytical techniques. She has served as a reviewer for International scientific journals; Analytical Methods (Royal Society of Chemistry, USA), The Journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence (Wiley Online Library) and Oriental Journal of Chemistry [email: firstname.lastname@example.org]. [see TAP]
Aro's Associate editorial board (AEB) is a group of experts who dictate the tone and direction the publication's editorial policy advised by ARO framework. Once a manuscript has been submitted, the Editor will check the proposed submission for quality. Should the work be approved for starting the review process, the Editor will contact an Associate Editor from an appropriate field of expertise. From this point on, the Associate Editors will be required to handle the manuscript. The Associate Editor will be asked to invite feedback from appropriate and expert reviewers (both in the ARO Editorial Board and using her/his personal contacts). At least two reviews should be obtained or each manuscript, one of which could be written by the Associate Editor herself/himself if the manuscript falls directly in her/his area of expertise. The Associate Editor will then formulate a recommendation for the manuscript (rejected, conditionally accepted, accepted) and defending his or her recommendation, merging the feedback and providing comments for the authors. The Associate Editor will inform the Editor and pending the Editor’s decision will be asked to communicate with the author until the paper is ready for publication.
The Associate Editor will also be asked to contribute to the journal more broadly with its direction. The Associate Editor will take into consideration one of the main purposes of Contention, namely engaging scholars in multidisciplinary research. The Associate Editor will actively search for interesting ways to bridge papers in each issue, to invite and produce cross-disciplinary commentaries for the papers. Occasionally, the Associate Editor will be invited to write the editorial introduction to the issue. The ideal candidate has good communication skills and is willing to enhance the representation of her/his own discipline within ARO.
Associate Editorial Board Members:
1. Prof. Hamed Muhammed Jassin
2. Dr. Ikbal Muhammed Gharib
3. Dr. Saadun Taha Ahmad
4. Dr. Sahar Basil Mahmood
5. Dr. Mohammed Ghaffar Faraj
6. Dr. Layth Imad Abd Ali Daabel
Hamed Muhammed Jassim
Hamed M. Jassim is a Professor at the Department of Natural Resources Engineering & Management, University of Kurdistan Hewler, Erbil, since 2016. Prior to that, Dr. Jassim held the positions of assistant dean of the college of engineering/ Baghdad University between 1995 and 2002, assistant dean of Al-Khawarizmi Eng. College/ Baghdad University between 2002 and 2003 then acting dean of the same college between April 2003 and June 2003. At Koya University, he was appointed as the head of school of Petroleum & Chemical Engineering between 2010 and 2013. He has a G.C.E. from Dudley Technical College in England 1973, a B.Sc. in Mining Eng. from Leeds University-England in 1976 and M.Sc. from Leeds Univ. in 1977. He completed his Ph.D. in Mining Eng. ( Tunneling Eng. ) from Leoben School of Mines in Austria in 1990. He published two text books and over 18 research papers and technical studies both nationally and internationally. He is a member of the international ALUMNI University. [see TAP]
Haneen Hayder Falah
Haneen H. Falah is heading the secreterial office of ARO Journal. She is responsible of all correspondances and authors notifications. She achieved her B.Sc. degree inn Software Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering at Koya University.
Mr Daban Qasim Jaff, Koya University/Faculty of Education, English Department, Iraq