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Faculty of Information Technology

The Faculty of Information Technology is one of the most recent faculties at the University of Tripoli, as it was established in pursuant to the former General People's Committee for Higher Education Decision No. 535 of 2007 regarding the creation of Information Technology Faculties in the main universities in Libya.


Upon its establishment, the Faculty consisted of three departments: Computer Networks Department, Computer Science Department and Software Engineering Department. It now includes five departments: Mobile Computing Department, Computer Network Department, Internet Technologies Department, Information Systems Department and Software Engineering Department.


The Faculty’s study system follows the open semester system by two (Fall and Spring) terms per year. The Faculty began to actually accept students and teach with the beginning of the Fall semester 2008. It grants a specialized (university) degree in information technology in any of the aforementioned disciplines. Obtaining the degree requires the successful completion of at least 135 credit hours. Arabic is the language of study in the college, and English may be also used alongside it. It takes eight semesters to graduate from the Faculty if Information Technology.


The Faculty aspires to open postgraduate programs in the departments of computer networks and software engineering in the near future.

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Major Mobile Computing

Mobile computing is one of the most recent majors in the Faculty of Information Technology at the University of Tripoli, and one of the latest trends in...

Information Technology
Major Web Technologies

The Department of Internet Technologies is concerned with qualifying and preparing a new generation of software and website designers and developers to...

Information Technology
Major Computer Networks

The Bachelor of Computer Networks program prepares students to have the required knowledge to work on computer netwroks. It gives the student the required...


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Faculty of Information Technology has more than 48 academic staff members

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Dr. Abdusalam Alfitory Ahmad Nwesri

عبدالسلام النويصري هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم هندسة البرمجيات بكلية تقنية المعلومات وهو يعمل السيد عبدالسلام النويصري بجامعة طرابلس كـاستاذ مساعد منذ 2014-12-16 وله العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه


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Medical 3D Integral Images Visualization in True Space

3D Integral Imaging (also referred to as 3D Holoscopic imaging) methodology uses the principle of “Fly’s eye” and hence allows natural viewing of objects (i.e. fatigue free viewing); 3D-holoscopic technology produces images that are true optical models. This technology is based on physical principles with duplication of light fields. In this paper, a new method of visualization medical 3D integral images is proposed. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine data images (DICOM) taken from CT, MRI, PET and US images that produced by 3D-Doctor software to generate medical 3D integral images visualization of anatomy without glass in natural light. The method is mainly based on multiprocessor ray tracing system as renderer. The medical 3D content is captured in real time with the content viewed by multiple viewers independently of their position, without the needs of 3D eyewear. Experimental results show validation of the new algorithm and demonstrated that medical 3D integral images content can be displayed on commercially available multi-view auto-stereoscopic display. Medical 3D integral images content is parsed into multiprocessor ray tracing system, consequently, short time of medical 3D integral images movie of such pelvis scene is generated and displayed on PC screen, LCD and Holovizio display.
Dr. Mahmoud Geat Mahmoud Eljadid, Prof. Amar Aggoun(5-2016)
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Performance Evaluation of First Hop Redundancy Protocol (FHRPv6) with Routing Protocol OSPFv6

Network availability is a key consideration in disaster planning, but it also has critical impacts on everyday life and work. For organizations, network downtime or sluggishness equates to business downtime, at considerable cost to organizations through inefficiency, lost sales, lack of critical data for decisions, and other harmful effects. First hop redundancy protocols (FHRP) are an essential tool for improving the availability of IP networks. In this paper, we evaluate the three particular protocols of FHRPs, namely the Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRPv6), Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRPv3), and Gateway Load Balancing (GLBPv6) using GNS3 tools. The First Hop Redundancy Protocols have been implemented, tested, optimized, and compared to one another in terms of CPU Utilization, Traffic flow, packet loss and convergence time. The comparison indicates which protocol is best in which scenario and which is best among the three protocols.
Mahmud Mansour, Mohamed Alamin Alqomati, Mohmed K. Al-said(3-2022)
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Simulation of Leishmaniasis Epidemiology in Libya Using Agent Based Modelling

Epidemics control is a continues struggle. In this paper is an attempt to model and then simulate an epidemiological disease known as Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (CL), which is currently affecting large communities in Libya. The model is developed to facilitate the Agent Based Models (ABM) as one of the many tools applied for epidemiological management. Validation of the model is considered by comparing the model's behavior with a trend of field data used by Libyan authorities. The methodology used for describing and designing CL model is derived from nature of the disease mechanisms. The ABM model involves three types of agents: Human, Rodent and Sand-fly. Each agent has its own properties. Additionally, global model parameters are used for following the human infection processes. Several experiments are given for illustrating the model performance, and monitor the number of people infected. Simulation results show that active human agents are more vulnerable to sand-fly bites, and infection rate is increasing or decreasing dependent on number of sand-fly vectors, number of host rodents, and human population awareness level. arabic 9 English 68
Rudwan A. Husain, Hala Shaari, Marwa Solla, Hassan A. H. Ebrahem(3-2019)
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