Thursday, 14 December 2017 09:35

The Department of Control Engineering holds seminars for graduate students coming from abroad

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The Department of Control and Systems Engineering at the University of Technology held seminars for postgraduate students / expatriates from outside Iraq and at the Graduate Hall in the presence of Prof.Dr. Hamed Mousa Hassan Assistant Head of Department for Scientific Affairs and Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim Abdul Karim Assistant Head of Department for Administrative Affairs. Safna Rahat Head of Medical Engineering Branch Mohammed Yousuf Hassan, Dr.Salah Kazem Hamza, and a group of teachers and postgraduate students in the department. The research of graduate students was reviewed and some notes were received by the teachers. The seminar was conducted by lecturer. Mohsen Hassan Glob for the thesis: (Network fragmentation of the network using the filter of conformity with the United relative neutropia). The research included the extraction of the retinal vessels from the human pupil to diagnose and treat many diseases. The laboratory results showed that the performance The proposed method, which reaches 90% accuracy, is better than the other methods available to extract the retinal vessels.

 The second objective of the thesis was to increase the reliability of CDMA data transmission on the channels of communication with noise, and by using the convolution code theory, the number of errors was reduced at Receive data and increase efficiency.

The third lecture on "The cooperative navigation free of collision of multi-wheel robots in the scattered environment is not defined)" by lecturer. Haydar Mitham Jassim, the message tagged:

This research included the development of the MPC algorithm for the collaborative navigation of a group of robots in the unrecognized environment. It included facilitating and redesigning some of the algorithm steps to make them more efficient in practical application and also incorporating this algorithm with a number of nonlinear Kalman filters for optimal guessing of the location and navigation angle of each robot This method ensures that each robot is navigated in an unidentifiable, non-disruptive environment without obstacles or other robots.