The Faculty of Information Technology concluded the discussion of graduation projects for students of the semester spring 2018-2019 for the departments of health informatics and computer networks on Wednesday , in order to obtain a bachelor’s degree in information technology in each of his specialties, and the graduation projects for Tuesday and Wednesday were as follows:

(*) Anis Al-Dressey and the title of his project: Electronic health record for pediatrics hospitals
It was discussed by Dr. Abdulbasit Al-Gharyani/Dr. Alaa Bin Ismail.

(*) Abdul Wahid Al-Gharyani and his project title: Mobile cloud Computing
It was discussed by: A. Ihab al-Falah / Dr. Younis Al-Badri.

(*) Al-Jaruchi shoes and the title of their project: Implementing IOT smart lab by using Raspberry Pi and Arduino
Dr. Tawfiq Al-Taweel/A. Sami Ben Amer discussed her project.

(*) Tamim al-Turki and the title of his project:
“Assessment of knowledge about bio banking among healthcare students and their willingness to donate bio specimens”.
It was discussed by Dr. Essam Al-Dana/ A. Hazem Al-Farjani.

(*) Malek  Al-tawati and the title of his project:
Developing Wi-Fi file sharing system for limu.
It was discussed by Dr. Abdessalam Matouk/A. Ihab al-Falah.

(*) Mustafa Ramadan + Mohammed Jouget and the title of their project:
Student follow-up mobile application.
They were discussed by: A. Khalil Al-Maqsabi / A. Bilal Jabbour.

(*) Doaa al-Jawhari and the title of her project:
Comparative analysis between three open-source of Network intrusion detection system.
It was discussed by Dr. Tawfiq Al-Taweel/ Dr. Younis Al-Badri.

(*) Anas Tawil and the title of his project:
Empirical study of telemedicine readiness in the healthcare sector in Benghazi.
It was discussed by Dr. Abdulsalam Matouk/Dr. Abdulbasit Al-Gharyani.

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