Master's Viva


The master's thesis of graduate student Amer Bashir Rakan was discussed in the specialization (control engineering) on Sunday, 31 October 2021, at the discussion room (Hall 9) in the Department of Control and Systems Engineering. His research was entitled:

Positive control for glycemia regulation via sliding mode observer


The Discussion Committee:

1- Prof. Dr. Hazem Ibrahim Ali /Head.

2- Prof. Dr. Mohammed Nasser Hussein /Member.

3- Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim Abdul Karim / Member.

4- Lect. Dr. Taghreed Mohammed Mohammed Reda / Member and Supervisor.  


The main objective of this thesis is to automatically regulate blood sugar for type 1 diabetes (T1DM) and avoid the risks of high blood sugar and hypoglycemia. the positive reaction control of the previous condition (BGC) (in the fasting phase while maintaining order in regulating the concentration of glucose in the blood, positive constant group (pis.) The system within PIS has two main advantages, the first is to prevent hypoglycemia, and the second is always positive. This study proved the results of the effectiveness of the controller designed to regulate blood sugar within normal limits all the time and under any circumstances