Items filtered by date: September 2021

Childhood Investment Forum held in the University of Technology

On Monday 6/9/2021, The University of Technology hosted a children’s festival in cooperation amongst the Department of Control and Systems Engineering, the Training & Factories Centre, and the Iraqi volunteer team “Iraqiya Here”. The festival was meant for the children of needy families and orphans in the Iraqi Child Orphanage and came under the patronage and presence of the President of the University, Prof Ahmed Al-Ghabban. the festival is among the humanitarian activities for the service of our dear community and it included various segments, such as a visit to the university workshops, laboratories, and the robotics research unit in the Department of Control and Systems Engineering to get acquainted with the scientific activities of the university and its students. The festival also included scientific and entertainment competitions, targeted video shows, gifts and lunch. the University of Technology is keen to be close to all segments of society and provide a humanitarian service to them in addition to the scientific service it provides, and this festival is not the first, as it was preceded by many activities in previous years targeting orphaned and destitute children and children with cancer, as well as gifted children to achieve a goal which is to draw the attention of school students and children to university and university life so that their goal is to enroll to gain knowledge, serve their country, and not think about leaving school seats, because this is a great loss for our dear society. The university wishes all the sons of Iraq success and excellence in their studies and their lives.












Thursday, 09 September 2021 08:53

A Masters’ Viva

A Masters’ Viva

on Sunday, 22/8/2021, at Hall No. 9 in the Department of Control and Systems Engineering, the master's thesis of student (Ali Hassan Mahmoud) with a major in (Control Engineering) was discussed. It was entitled:

(Optimal Multi –objective H-Infinity Model Reference Controller Design) 

The discussion committee consisted of:

1- Prof. Dr. Shibli Ahmed Hamid / Head.

2- Assist. Prof. Dr. Omar Walid Abdel Wahab / Member.

3- Assist. Prof. Dr. Saffana Mudhir Raafat / Member.

4- Prof. Dr. Hazem Ibrahim Ali / member and supervisor.

Control system robustness is a major concern in modern control theory as there is a growing interest in designing robust and efficient control units that provide reliable performance and stability characteristics for closed-loop systems in the face of disturbances. H-Infinity Control theory is a popular and interesting approach in the field of robust control because of its ease of formulation and novelty compared to other robust control methods. In this thesis, three













The Department of Control and Systems Engineering holds a language integrity course in editing official books and administrative correspondences

The Department of Control and Systems Engineering held a training course entitled Linguistic integrity in Editing Official Books and Administrative Correspondence, to develop the knowledge of the department's employees in the field of official books and administrative and official correspondences over the course of two days in the conference hall of the department. the course included the following topics:

  • Official books and their types.
  • Correspondence, its types and conditions.
  • Administrative orders and their conditions.
  • Records and their types.
  • Shedding light on the most common errors in books and correspondences. The objective of the course is to develop the department’s employees in the methods of writing official books, administrative orders, correspondences and records. The lectures were delivered in this course by Prof. Dr. Hazem Ibrahim Ali.










Students of the Department of Control and Systems Engineering take the second semester exams in attendance

The students of the Department of Control and Systems Engineering, the preliminary and higher studies, started the final exams in attendance for the second semester of the academic year 2020-2021. The exam atmosphere was comfortable for the students, who in turn expressed their satisfaction with the measures taken by the department to maintain their safety during the exam period. In the interest of the presidency of the university and the department, the esteemed scientific assistant, Prof. Dr. Haider Abed Dahad, accompanied by the esteemed head of the department, Dr. Azad Rahim Karim visited the exam halls to see the progress of the exams, noting that the department's presidency seeks to do its utmost to ensure the comfort, health and safety of its students.












Inventive Women of the University of Technology are Still Giving

The festival to celebrate the university’s graduates under the auspices of the Honourable President of the University of Technology, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Al-Ghabban and under the supervision of the Department of Control and Systems Engineering and the support of the Office of Scientific and Engineering Consultations, the team ((Al-Iraqiya Here)) held a festival under the title

(Inventive Women of the University of Technology are Still Giving)

on the university campus on Wednesday 7/7/2021. the aim of the festival is to shed light on the graduates of the University of Technology who have a creative imprint in their work or community service. Adviser to the President of the Republic and a large number of deans and teachers of the university’s faculties attended the festival. during his speech, the President of the University praised the graduates and their great sacrifice in serving the country, and that the festival is a simple thing that the university offers them. Every woman in Iraq is a symbol of giving. It is noteworthy that the festival was organized by the Iraqi blog and team Al-Iraqiya Here, which is one of the most important blogs in Iraq for creative women in all fields. The team members are from the Department of Control and Systems Engineering At the end of the festival, the distinguished graduates were honoured with the necklace of giving by the president of the university and the chancellor. Among the honourees from the Department of Control and Systems Engineering were female engineers (Rasha Basil, Zahra Hazem, and Raghad Matti) for their excellence in the service of work and society.