A scientific symposium at the Institute of Informatics for postgraduate Studies on unconventional (wireless) energy transmission and sensing for a wide range of applications
In the presence of Prof. Dr. Abbas Al-Bakri and Prof. Dr. Suha Mohamed Hadi, Dean of the Institute of Informatics for postgraduate Studies, and the teaching and administrative staff at the Institute, a scientific symposium was organized on unconventional energy transmission (wireless) and sensing for a wide range of applications.
The symposium presented by M.D. Omar Naji Al-Azzawi, a lecturer in the Mechatronics Engineering Department at the College of Engineering – Al-Khwarizmi, who received a patent during his PhD scholarship at Washington University in St. Louis / United States, expresses his research tagged (systems and methods for detecting target and submerged elements, using ultrasound signals). interlaced).The lecturer talked about the importance of the invention in facilitating the supply of energy to the developed micro devices with the revolution of the Internet of Things and its impact on providing health and treatment care for humans. The symposium aims to identify how to harness scientific research and the resulting innovations to provide a better life through unconventional (wireless) energy transmission and sensing for a wide range of applications, indicating the exploitation of the human body’s advantages that can be exploited to facilitate the application of innovation.The symptom also dealt with introducing the design of Mechatronics using an ultrasound sensor and generator called micrometer with a diameter of 1 mm used for medical applications.
And the use of sensors to exchange interfering signals and send to an electronic circuit designed by the teacher for this purpose. One of these sensors was designed in order to choose the objects required to stick to its surface, which gives an explanation of what is happening in the biological aspect of identifying a specific disease such as cancer or checking diabetes through tiny sensors that are installed on the teeth. This scientific research serves the medical field and the health sector. And touched on the possibility of application in the detection of cracks on aircraft surfaces.
The lecturer also encouraged the students to exert more scientific effort to keep pace with the research development in the field of integrating the specialization. The postgraduate students at the Institute expressed their interaction with the data of the symptom as they are on the threshold of the scientific research stage, and their questions were directed towards the possibilities of developing similar research to serve the community.