Control and Systems Engineering, 3rd floor Admin. Dpt. office
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T. MohammadRidha has graduated from the Control and Systems Engineering Department at the University of Technology. She worked as Assistant Lecturer in the same department from 2008 to 2011. She received her scientific promotion to be a university Lecturer in 2011. At 2013 she was granted a PhD position in the Iraqi-French scholarship Program. She was accepted in the Ecole Centrale de Nantes in France as a PhD student in October 2013 under the supervision of Dr. Claude Moog until May 2017 when she received her PhD degree. She returned to the Control and Systems Engineering Department at her home University in Baghdad to work as a PhD lecturer. In November 2018 she was assigned as the Administrative Deputy of the department where she currently works.
Ph.D., Control and Systems,Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France, 2017.
M.Sc., Control and Systems, Univ. of Technology, Iraq, 2008.
B.Sc., Control and Systems, Univ. of Technology, Iraq, 2005.
Control of Linear and Nonlinear Systems, Positive Linear Systems, Positive Invariant Sets of Linear Systems, Sliding Mode Control, Artificial Pancreas and Glycemia Regulation of Type 1 Diabetes.
|N. Magdelaine, P. S. Rivadeneira, L. Chaillous, A. Fournier, M. Krempf, T. MohammadRidha, M. A. Ahmed and C. H. Moog, “ The Hypoglycemia Free Artificial Pancreas Project”, IET Systems Biology, ACCEPTED 2019.|
|T. MohammadRidha, P. S. Rivadeneira, N. Magdelaine, M. Cardelli, and C. H. Moog,"Positively Invariant Sets of a T1DM Model: Hypoglycemia Prediction and Avoidance”, Journal of Franklin Institute, 356 5652–5674 , 2019|
|T. MohammadRidha, M. A. Ahmed, L. Chaillous, M. Krempf, I. Guilhem, J. Poirier and C. H. Moog, “Model Free iPID Control for Glycemia Regulation of Type-1 Diabetes”, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 65, Issue: 1, PP. 199 - 206, 2018.|
|K. Menani, T. MohammadRidha, N. Magdelaine, M. Abdelaziz and C. H. Moog, “Positive Sliding Mode Control for Glycemia Regulation”, International Journal of Systems Science, Vol. 48, Issue 15, PP. 3267-3278, 2017.|
|T. MohammadRidha, P. S. Rivadeneira, M. Cardelli, N. Magdelaine, and C. H. Moog,“Toward Hypoglycemia Prediction and Avoidance for Type 1 Diabetic Patients”, IEEE 56th Annual Conference on Decision and Control (CDC, 4118– 4123, Melbourne, Australia, 2017.|
|T. MohammadRidha, P. S. Rivadeneira, J. Sereno, M. Cardelli, and C. H. Moog, “Description of the Positively Invariant Sets of a Type 1 Diabetic Patient Model”, The 17th CLCA Latin American Conference of Automatic Control, Colombia, 2016.|
|T. MohammadRidha, C. H. Moog, “ Model Free Control for Type-1 Diabetes: Fasting-Phase study”,9th IFAC Symposium on Biological and Medical Systems”, Berlin, Germany, 2015.|
|T. MohammadRidha, C. H. Moog, E. Delaleau, M. Fliess, and C. Join, “A Variable Reference Trajectory for Model-free Glycemia Regulation”, Paris France, 2015.|
|S. A. AL-Samarraie, S. M. Mahdi, T. MohammadRidha and M. H. Mishary, “Sliding Mode Control for Electro-Hydraulic Servo System”, IJCCC, 15, 3, 1-10, Baghdad, 2015.|
|M. Q. Kadhim, S. M. Raafat and T. MohammadRidha, “Receding Horizon Control of an Active Magnetic Bearings System via Model Predictive Control”, The Second Engineering Conference of Control, Computers and MechatronicsEngineering (ECCCM2 2014), Baghdad, Iraq, 2014.|
|T. MohammadRidha, M. Q. Kadhim and S. M. Mahdi, “Back stepping-Based-PID-Controller Designed for an Artificial Pancreas model”, Al-Khwarizmi Engineering Journal, Vol. 7, No. 4, PP 54-60, Baghdad, 2011.|
|T. MohammadRidha, “Model Predictive Control of Blood Pressure by Drug Infusion”, Iraqi Journal of computers, Control and Systems Engineering, Baghdad, Iraq, 2011.|
|T. MohammadRidha,”The Design of a Tuned Mass Damper as a Vibration absorber ”, Eng.& Tech. Journal, Vol. 28,No. 14, pp. 4844-4852, Baghdad, Iraq, 2010.|
|U. Y. Mahmoud, F. R. Yasien and T. MohammadRidha,”Sliding Mode Control for Gust Responses in Tall buildings”, Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, No. 27, pp. 982-992, Baghdad, Iraq, 2008.|
Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits- First undergraduate level.
Digital Logic Techniques – Second undergraduate level.
Engineering Mathematics- Third undergraduate level.
System Identification- Third undergraduate level.
Nonlinear Systems- Fourth undergraduate level.