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Tuesday, 25 May 2021 08:53

Master’s Viva

Master’s Viva

The master's thesis of a postgraduate student (Amira Kazem Jabbar), in the major of (Computer Engineering), was discussed on Tuesday 5/5/2021 at Hall No. 9 in the Department of Control and Systems Engineering, for her research entitled:

(Information Security Management for Electronic Healthcare System)

 

The discussion committee consisted of:

1 Assist. Prof. Dr. Abbas Hussein Meri / Chairman.

2- Assist. Prof. Dr. Ikhlas Kazem Hamza / Member.

3- Lect. Dr. Ahmed Raouf Nasser / Member.

4A. Prof. Dr. Ashwaq Talib Hashem / Member and Supervisor.

5- Lect. Dr. Qusay Fadel Hassan / Member and Supervisor.

 

Medical images are transferred to other remote locations through the electronic health care system. Protecting medical images is extremely important. Medical images must be protected from any modification that the attacker may make through the insecure channel. It is necessary to check the integrity of the ROI (area of ​​interest) of the received medical image. Before adopting any diagnostic decision to avoid misdiagnosis, the goal of this thesis is to confirm the integrity, reliability and confidentiality of medical images by combining watermark and coding techniques and the proposed strong segmentation method for JPEG compression. Likewise, this method resists many image processing attacks such as filtering, noise addition and some engineering transformations. The experimental results demonstrate the robustness of the watermark against many aggressive and geometric signal processing distortions. The discussion was attended by the Deputy Head of the Department for Scientific Affairs and Graduate Studies (Prof. Dr. Muhammad Yusuf Hassan). On this occasion, we congratulate the student (Amira Kazem Jabbar) and wish her continued success.

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 06:53

Master’s Viva

Master’s Viva

The master's thesis was presented by a postgraduate student (Areej Manadel Kadhim) in the major of (Computer Engineering) on ​​Monday, 5/3/2021 at Hall No. 9 in the Department of Control and Systems Engineering, for her research entitled:

(Implementation of Transceiver for Cognitive Radio Based Wireless Network)

 

The discussion committee consisted of:

1- Assist. Prof. Dr. Azad Rahim Karim / Chairman.

2 Assist. Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Zaki Abdullah / Member.

3- Lect. Dr. Ali Majeed Mahmoud / Member.

4- Assist. Prof. Dr. Ikhlas Kazem Hamza / Member and Supervisor.

Wireless communication is witnessing a great development and growth, which raises the level of demand for radio spectrum. Nevertheless, spectrum is a limited resource that cannot be divided indefinitely to meet any application. The scarcity of spectrum arose as this scarcity represented the main problem facing the future of wireless networks. Three phases The OFDM transmitter and receiver system was implemented in the first phase using QPSK modulation technology using Simulink Xilinx / MATLAB. The second phase of the proposal is to discover the design capacity of the OFDM transmitter and receiver. This system was analysed in the XSG framework based on the AWGN channel, in the end another system works on Improving the performance of spectrum sensing based on pd, pf and SNR energy detection. The discussion was attended by the Deputy Head of the Department for Scientific Affairs and Graduate Studies (Prof. Dr. Muhammad Yusuf Hassan), and on this occasion we congratulate the student (Areej Muadid Kadhim) and wish her continued success.

 

  

 

 

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Control and Systems Engineering Department holds the closing session entitled (Promoting Peace and the Role of Women in Building Societal Peace)

The Control and Systems Engineering Department, in cooperation with the Iraqi Here blog, concluded the discussion sessions under the title "The Feminine Ta'a Is No Longer Static" in its third session on Thursday 5/6/2021, which dealt with the topic of promoting peace and the role of women in building societal peace.  The session was attended by the President of the University professor (Ahmed Al-Ghabban), the director general of the Legal Department in the Ministry of Justice, Ms. (Hanan Munzer) and a number of faculty deans at the university. The session included a success story narrated by Traffic Major (Saja Muhammad Saleh), as it was the best example of the creative Iraqi woman. The program sought to create a Healthy discussion environment about issues of concern to the community. The discussion took place between two teams: the first is the academic women at the university and the second consists of a group of female creators from the Iraqi Here and influencers in society who focus on the societal aspect and how we transform these issues into healthy discussions in cultural forums and social media platforms.

 

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

# Taa_altaaneeth_lm_taad_sakena Now at the University of Technology.

This program seeks to create a healthy debate on issues of concern to society, which the leaders of this dialogue are women and focuses on two scopes: the first is academic women, which will focus on the scientific and academic scope of the issues, and the second group consists of a group of elite creators of the (Iraqia Hwna) team and influencers in society. Which will focus on the social aspect and how to transform these issues into healthy discussions in cultural forums and social media platforms.
The discussion took place on Wednesday 28/4/2021 under the sponsorship of the President of the University of Technology, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Al-Ghabban, and in cooperation with the Department of Control and Systems Engineering and the (Iraqia Hwna) team

The second session of this program on the campus And in the presence of the Assistant President for Administrative Affairs, Dr. Hussein Hamid As well as the presence and participation of the Director General of the Iraqi Fashion House, Dr. Ibtihal Khajik And deans of colleges and other elitesThe title of the second session was (The Working Woman and the Art of Dealing with Others), where the discussion revolved around many axes, including the elegance of the interaction between the teacher and the student, the culture of dialogue, style, and other related topics.

 

 

 

        

 

 

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