graduation projects (0)



graduation projects  for the forth stage 2018-2019:-

The first project :-

project name :

sysrem for diagnosis the cataract and treatment the lazy eye

Project supervisors:

 Dr. Wassam Kazem
Asst. Prof. Dr. . Jamal Mohammed Hamad

Students participating in the project:
Mena Walid Abbas

Abdulrahman Mohammed

Nour El Hoda Kwan

About the project :

The project dealt with a diagnostic and therapeutic system for the eye, consisting of two devices:

The first is to diagnose the white water disease that affects the lens of the eye using ultrasound technology to ensure the diagnosis of the disease early and more accurately.

The second is a new innovative treatment for eye laziness, which affects the brain cells responsible for the vision process by shedding electrical impulses on the part of the brain responsible for lazy eye vision and within a specific range of stimulation in the treatment process, instead of the current methods of eye exercises, To effective treatment faster and give guaranteed results


The second project :-

project name :
Design of smart control system for bionic finger

Project supervisors:
 Dr. Wassam Kazem
Asst. Prof. Dr. . Aws Khaled
ASST.LEC..Saif Saleh

Students participating in the project:

Ameer Ali Sabri
Waleed Khaled Hashim
Ibrahim Abdel Rahman Ali

About the project :
The project involves the design of an intelligent party that simulates the basic movements of the human hand. The first step of the project begins with the design of the finger mechanically to give a movement closer to the movement of the finger of the human hand based on the instructions taken from the muscles of the humerus region through Myoelectrical Sensor



 Third Project:

project name : -

Occupational Therapy - Dexterity and Cognitive Aid

Project supervisors:

Asst. Prof. Dr. .Janan Star Khashan

Asst. Prof. Dr. Saad Mahmoud Ali

Students participating in the project:

Dania Saad Mahmood

Fatima Hussain Alwash

Layan Nameer Ali

About the project :-

Some children suffer from problems with concentration and have difficulty using their hands for basic daily activities due to a condition named Ataxia, which is a combination of symptoms, resulting from a number of diseases, rather than an actual disease itself. This project follows the basic principles of occupational therapy and it employs technology in a game-like device design, to make it more appealing to children.

The employment of technology aims to shorten the time period required to receive actual results when using traditional occupational therapy methods, as well as develop the brain and improve their hand-eye coordination and concentration, making them able to take care of themselves and be active members of the community.


The fourth project:

project name:-

Designing of Microcontroller based Syringe Pump with Variable and Low Delivery Rates for the Administration of Small Volumes Project supervisors:

Asst. Prof. Dr.Awfa Abdoalrasool

Asst. Prof. Dr. Marwan Nafeh Ali

ASST.LEC. Ammar Abdul-Alhossain

Students participating in the project:

Haidar Abdul Razzaq Hassoubi

Russell Falah Hassan

Dhay Mohamed Mahmoud

About the project:-

Delivering medications and fluids intravenously is a common practice in modern medical procedures. Administering medications or fluids directly into a patient’s blood circulation results in a predictable and immediate absorption of the drug or fluid administered, this may play a vital role in the treatment of certain acute conditions which require immediate action by drugs or fluids. Syringe Pumps are highly useful in delivering a precise quantity of the substance at specific periods of time as required. This research presents a proposal to create a cost effective working prototype of syringe pump for variable and low delivery rates for the administration of small volumes.


Fifth Project:

project name:-

-Toxicity of silver nanoparticles and its medical Applications.

Project supervisors:

Asst. Prof. Dr.Awfa Abdoalrasool

Asst. Prof. Dr.Karim Hussein Jawad

Students participating in the project:

Ahmed Akram

Huraa Khaled

Ayat Mohamed

About the project :-

-Project idea is a toxicity test for silver Several tests are performed such
as UV, AFM, TEM, XRD To make sure that silver is converted into
nanoparticles and its properties are known A blood test is performed for 5
people before the addition of silver nanoparticles after the addition of
silver nanoparticles in order to determine the effect on blood and the rate
of toxicity produced. It was found through blood tests and results
obtained that the material silver nanotubes non-toxic to the blood when
added to certain percentages


Sixth Project:

project name:- Development of nanoparticles for cancer therapy

Project supervisors: Dr. Sabah Abdel-Saheb

Students participating in the project: Zainab Saad Mohammed

Samaya Raad Abbas

Hurara Fadel Hussein

Ibrahim Jabbar Hamid

About the project :-

The objective of this thesis was to evaluate whether the technique of bismuth nanoparticles can be used for minimally invasive treatment of cancerous cells. Noble metals nanoparticles were synthesized directly by pulsed laser ablation (Nd: YAG, λ = 1064 nm) of bismuth immersed in pure water then were injected into the cancerous blood cell line to study their antitumor effect against cancer cells.


Seventh Project:

project name:-

Study of mechanical properties and design methods for orthopedic devices

Project supervisors: Dr. Jamal Mohammed Hamad

Students participating in the project:

Dania Shehab Ahmed

Ghufran Ibrahim Yusuf

Mohamed Aboud Ismail

  About the project :-

The skeleton in the human body functions in several functions including movement,
support and protection of human body organs when exposed to external force or pressure.
Bone can not withstand bone collapse and fractures.
Fractures can be treated with internal and external fixation for bone stabilization,
rapid recovery, full movement and other functions. External: standard monocular stabilizer,
annular stabilizer and hybrid fixer containing the two previous types. In this project,
the geometric shapes of the bone plates were designed to obtain the most suitable forms of bone plates in relation to the real bone forms.
Tbarat bending simulation according to the standards of IOS