Habiba Abdel Salam Ibrahim

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Habiba is a research assistant at Smart Engineering Systems Research Center (SESC), Nile University, Egypt. She obtained her B.Sc in engineering and applied science in 2020 with an accumulative Grade of 3.4 (Very Good). Currently, she is studying to obtain her M.Sc in mechatronics engineering from Nile University. Her main research interests are mechatronics and robotics systems, automatic control, and machine learning. Her M.Sc focuses on robot-assisted therapy with the aid of virtual reality and machine learning for upper limb rehabilitation and motor recovery.

Recent Publications

Drone deep reinforcement learning: A review

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are increasingly being used in many challenging and diversified applications. These applications belong to the civilian and the military fields. To name a few; infrastructure inspection, traffic patrolling, remote sensing, mapping, surveillance, rescuing humans and animals, environment monitoring, and Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition, and

Mechanical Design

Implementation of PID Controller with PSO Tuning for Autonomous Vehicle

In the use of automatic control and its optimization methods, this research discusses how Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) controller is used to provide a smooth auto-parking for an electrical autonomous car. Different tuning methods are shown, discussed, and applied to the system looking forward to enhancing its performance. Time domain specifications are used as a criterion of comparison

Energy and Water
Circuit Theory and Applications
Mechanical Design
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness

A Hybrid Deep Learning Based Autonomous Vehicle Navigation and Obstacles Avoidance

Technological revolution has reached all life activities starting from day planning reaching communication, entertainment, industry, and transportation. Each of previously mentioned categories get improved in a way making human life easier and safer. In the use of automatic control, several researches focused on automating vehicles’ systems to make driving easier and safer. The availability of

Mechanical Design

Medical nanorobots: Design, applications and future challenges

Following the current technological revolution, the concept of emerging fields and getting a common benefit becomes a bright way to follow. Going deeper in nanotechnology, nanorobotics has been the glimpse of hope in many fields; particularly, in the medical field. Nanorobotics applications in medicine are divided into two main categories, diagnosis and treatment, and extensive efforts have been

Mechanical Design
Research Tracks
  • Robotics
  • Optimization
  • Rehabilitation
  • Virtual Reality