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Tuesday, 26 March 2019 18:25

PhD Student Debate

 

The doctoral student (Ali Jalil Taher) on Thursday 31/1/2019 at Dijla Hall in the department and at 9:00 am defended his thesis entitled:

(Enhancing the Performance of Low Density Information System Based on Compressed Sensing)

The discussion committee consisted of:

 

1. Prof. Dr. Jawad Kazem Ali as chairman
2. Assist. Prof. Dr. Hadi Tarish Ziboon as member
3. Assist. Prof. Dr. Saad Saffah Hassoun as member
4 Assist. Prof. Dr. Saad Mohammed Saleh as member
5. Assist. Prof. Dr. Samir Abdulkhalek Aziz as member
6. Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Abdulsaheb Hashem as member and supervisor
7. Assist. Prof. Dr. Thamer Rasheed Saeed as member and supervisor

 

The aim of the research is to perform modeling process that is equal to twice the maximum frequency of the signal. However, some applications require less specific modeling than that of Nyquist rate. For this reason, compression sensing deals with signal modeling less than Nyquist rate. In this work, a modified compressed sensitivity algorithm was introduced. The modified compressed sensitivity algorithm has been tested for performance using MATLAB R2015a software with real signal data.
At the end of the discussion, the thesis was accepted and the student was awarded a Ph.D degree.

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Sunday, 03 March 2019 18:26

PhD Student Debate

 

PhD student (Mustafa Fawzi Mohammed) defended his thesis on Thursday 5/2/2019 at Dejla Hall in the department at 9:00 am. His thesis is entitled:

(Design and Implementation of Direct to Alternating Current Convertor with High Efficiency and a Low Harmonics)

The discussion committee consisted of:

1. Prof. Dr. Essam Mohammed Abdulbaki as president

 2. Assist. Prof. Dr. Dhari Yousef Mahmood as a member
 3 Assist. Prof. Dr. Turki Kahyush Hassan as a member
4. Assist. Prof. Dr. Jamal Abdulkarim Mohammed as a member
 5. Assist. Prof. Dr. Thamer Mohammed Abdulwwahab as a member
 6. Assist. Prof. Dr. Ali Hussein Ahmed as a member and supervisor
 7. Assist. Prof. Dr. Abdeahim Dhiab Hummoud as a member and supervisor

 

The current research includes the design and implementation of a direct to alternating current converter which has the ability to conduct the conversion process with high efficiency and low harmonics. The convertor consists of two parts: the direct voltage booster and the inverter parts. The direct voltage booster consists of two successive stages of continuous voltage boosting circuitry. The first phase of the DC-type DC booster consists of a two-phase phase-out and phase-up. Work and control of the work cycle of each stage is independent. The voltages raised in this section can change linearly with little voltage for each switch.

At the end of the debate, the thesis was accepted and the student was awarded the PhD degree.

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Dr. Mohamed Kdair Abd from the Department of Electrical Engineering received a Certificate of Appreciation from (Applied Soft Computing Journal) in Elsevier, which deals with the easy computing techniques and related technologies and the interactions between many computing technologies and their industrial applications, including engineering design which is published in Netherlands and has an impact factor of (3.907). For his efforts in evaluating one of the papers submitted for publication in the journal.

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