College of Engineering Organizes an Exhibition of Student Graduation Projects 2021-2022

Under the patronage of the Rector of Al- Iraqia University, Prof. Dr. Ali Saleh Hussein, and under the supervision of Engineering Dean, Prof. Muwaffaq Shia Alwan, and under the slogan “Our scientific output is in the service of society,” Al- Iraqia University College of Engineering organized an exhibition for students’ graduation projects. A number of private sector companies were hosted, such as Korek Telecom, Aswar, Hala FTTH and Arab Payment Services.

The exhibition was inaugurated by playing the national anthem and then reading Surat Al-Fatihah in sympathy for the martyrs of Iraq.

The exhibition included presentation of 20 distinguished projects out of 65 students from departments of computer engineering, network engineering and electrical engineering. The submitted projects included topics on control systems, robotics and automation, which can be adopted in civil applications, image processing and encryption, data security, web development, governance, artificial intelligence, Internet of things, and sensing, response and tracking systems. And capacity systems, energy conservation, renewable energy. communications and other branches of knowledge and scientific research in line with the requirements and needs of the labor market.

Dean of College of Engineering, Prof. Dr. Muwafaq Shaya Alwan, said through his speech, “The graduation project is the most important for students, and presentation of projects motivates students and encourages them to prepare creative works and attend companies to attract students and push them into the private sector.

At end of the exhibition, a certificate of appreciation was presented to the Rector of Al- Iraqia University and Assistant Rector of the University for Administrative Affairs in appreciation of the efforts made in sponsoring the exhibition. Certificates of appreciation were also distributed to the supervising committee , professors supervising projects and students who participated in the exhibition.