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 EE Graduate Seminar Series (EE 699/599)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Purpose 


|Seminar Schedule (Semester 181)|​ 

|Seminar Schedule (Semester 172)|​ |Seminar Schedule (Semester 171)|​

|Seminar Schedule (Semester 162)| |Seminar Schedule (Semester 161)|

|Seminar Schedule (Semester 152)| |Seminar Schedule (Semester 151)|  

|Seminar Schedul​​e (Semester 142)| |Seminar Schedule (Semester 141)

| Seminar Schedule (Semester 132)​ |​Seminar Schedule (Semester 131)|​

| Seminar Series (Semester 122) | Seminar Series (Semester 121) |

Independent Research Presentations |  Info For Speakers | Info For Students Coordinator 

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Purpose:

The purpose of the EE Graduate Seminar is to acquaint attendees (professors and graduate students) with a spectrum of research in electrical engineering. The seminar topics have been selected to give a mix of subjects, areas, and depth of coverage. Some seminars will be detailed technically and others will provide a broad perspective.  

 

Seminar Series(Semester 181) 


Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area​

11/13/2018
​Visible Light Communications: From Theory to Industrial Standardization
​Dr. Murat Uysal 
Abstract
​11/06/2018
On-chip Switched-capacitor DC-DC converters: Overview and Challenges. 
​Dr.Yaqub Mahnashi
​Abstract
​10/16/2018
Massive Wireless Networks in 5G and Beyond: Spatiotemporal Modeling and Design
​Dr. Hesham Elsawy
Abstract
​10/16/2018
​Research Management and Professional Social
Networking: Introduction to Mendeley®

Dr. Ali H. Muqaibel
Abstract
10/09/2018
​Advanced power system uncertainty representation in wind power generation planning
​Dr.Fahad Al-Ismail
​Abstract

​09/18/2018
​Seismic model estimation using particle-swarm optimization 
​Seismic model estimation using particle-swarm optimization  
Abstract


Seminar Series(Semester 172) 


Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area​

​04/25/2018
​Collimated light propagation: The next frontier in underwater wireless communication  
​Mr. Hussain Ali Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini 
Abstract

​​04/17/2018

Target Parameter Esmaon
in MIMO 

​Mr. Hussain Ali 

​Abstarct


04/10/2018

Introduction to Electronic Technologies and WaferCatalyst 

​​Dr. Abdulfattah Mohammad Obeid 

Abstract​

04/04/2018

Symmetrical components – an
interesting tool to investigate in
multi-phase systems 

​​Prof.Ralph M.Kennel 

Abstract​

03/27/2018

Optical Wireless Technology: Trends and Applications 

Dr. Mohammed Zahed Khan 

Abstract​

03/13/2018

Electromagnetic Metamaterials for Antenna Applications 

​Dr. Hussein Attia

​​​Abstract​

​​​​03/07/2018

Microbial Fuel Cells: Energy Harvesting from Bacteria 

​Dr.Jhonathan Prieto Rojas 

Abstract

02/27/2018

Distributed Energy Storage and Demand Side Management-Part 1: An Overview

Dr. Muhammad Khalid 

Abstract​

02/20/2018

Deep Learning, from

discrimination to generation 

Mr. Abdullah Hamdi

Abstarct​

​02/06/2018

Quasi-Newton Least-Mean Fourth Adaptive Algorithm 

Dr. Azzedine Zerguine 

​Abstract

01/30/2018

Computational Materials Design: Developments And Applications For Solar Cells 

​Dr. Fahhad Alharbi 

Abstarct​



Seminar Series(Semester 171) 

Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area​

​​12/19/2017

​Supply chain management

​Mr. David Eastwood

​Abstarct

12/12/2017

​Robust Secrecy Rate Maximization for MISO WIPT System with Transmit TS Scheme

​​Dr.Ali Arshad Nasir

Abstract​

​11/28/2017

Adding More Value in the Downturn Time from Digital Oil Field; What is More to Leverage​

​​Dr. Abdullah Al Qahtani

Abstract​

​​​​11/21/2017

Sufficient conditions for Domain stabilizability of uncertain fractional-order systems under static-output feedbacks​

​Dr. Salim Ibrir

Abstract​

​​​​11/07/2017

​Next Generation Antennas for Wireless Devices

​Dr. Hussein Attia

​​​Abstract​

​​​​10/31/2017

​Color Image Representations: From Pixels to Robust Perceptual Hash Codes

​Dr.Lahouari Ghouthi

Abstract

​​10/24/2017

​Injection Locked Semiconductor Lasers for Future High Speed Optical Communications

​Dr. Mohammed Zahed M. Khan

Abstract​

10/17/2017

MIMO Antenna System Designs for 4G and 5G Applications: Current Status and Future Forecast                        

​Dr. Mohammad S. Sharawi

Abstarct​

​10/10/2017

​Electric Utilities Want to Control Your Demand? Why Is This a Good Idea 

​Dr. Ali Al-Awami

​Abstract

10/03/2017

​Planar Nano electronic Devices and Biosensors Using 2D Nanomaterials

​Dr. Feras Al-Dirini​

Abstarct​


Seminar Series(Semester 162) 

Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area​

​​05/16/2017

​Lower bounds on the mean square error:From Theory to Practice

​Dr.Karim Abed-Meraim

​Abstarct

​05/08/2017

​A two-stage Hierarchical Multilingual Emotion Recognition System Using Hidden Markov Models and Neural Networks

​Mr.Ahmed Abo Absa

Abstract​

​05/02/2017

​Realization of all-optical logic devices using injection locking technique

​Dr. Khurram Karim Qureshi

Abstract​

​​​​04/18/2017

​Image Denoising via Collaborative
Support-Agnostic Recovery

​Dr. Mudassir Masood

Abstract​

​​​​03/29/2017

​ Optimal Power Allocation for Orthogonal Relay Systems

​Mr. Fayyaz Ahmed

 Abstract​

​​​​03/24/2017

​Model Based Seismic Signal Compression

​Mr. Hilal Hudan Nuha

Abstract

​​03/14/2017

​Paper-based Foldable and Stretchable Thermoelectric Generators

​Dr. Jhonathan Prieto Rojas

Abstract​

​​03/09/2017

Paving the Way Towards 5G Wireless Communication Networks                         

​Dr.Mohamed-Slim Alouini

Abstarct​

​03/07/2017

​Novel Passive and Active Terahertz Metamaterials

​Dr. Ibraheem Al-Naib

​Abstract

​02/28/2017

​Monotonic Charging/Discharging of Battery Energy Storage Systems

​Dr. Muhammad Khalid

Abstarct​

​02/21/2017

​Emerging MIMO Antenna Systems for Future Handheld Devices: Possibilities and Challenges

​Dr. Mohammad Said Sharawi

Abstract​

​​​02/11/201​​​7

Dual- and wide-band Fabry-Pérot Resonator Antenna for WLAN and Millimeter-wave Applications
 

Dr.Hussein Attia

Abstract

​​


Seminar Series(Semester 161) 

​Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area

12/20/2016

Automatic Modulation Classification: Theories and Applications

Dr. Hazza Alharbi

Abstract

12/13/2016

Introduction to PI System

Mr.Gharib Nehme & Mr.M.Zahab Nabeelm

Abstract

12/06/2016

Secrecy rate beamforming for multi-cell networks with wireless information and energy harvesting 

Dr. Ali Arshad Nasir 

Abstract

11/29/2016

New class of ultra-broadband quantum-dash semiconductor laser as a source in next-generation optical communication network

Dr. Mohammed Zahed M. Khan

Abstract

11/08/2016

Efficient Algorithms for Sparse Recovery in Resource-constrained Networks

Dr. Mudassir Masood

Abstract

11/01/2016

Shaping the way for stretchable electronics

Dr.Jhonathan Prieto Rojas

Abstract

10/25/2016

Decentralized, Self-Organizing Networked Control for Managing, a Massive Number of Individually Motivated Agents in Constrained Spaces

Dr.Ahmad Masoud

Abstract

10/19/2016

Seismic Signal Compression—Physical Performance Bounds and Quantization Techniques

Mr.Hamood Khan

Abstract

10/11/2016

Spatiotemporal Stochastic Models for 5G and Beyond

Dr.Hesham ElSawy

Abstract

10/04/2016

Smart grid means demand response - Electric Vehicles as an example

Dr. Ali Al-Awami

Abstract

09/27/2016

Distributed Principal Component Analysis for Data Compression of Sequential Seismic Sensor Arrays

Dr. Bo Liu

 

Abstract

 

Seminar Series(Semester 152) 

Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area

04/19/2016

Simultaneous state and parameter estimation for uncertain nonlinear systems

Dr.Salim Ibrir

 

Abstract

Control Engineering

04/12/2016

Optimization and Control for Battery Energy Storage Systems Integrated With Renewables – an Overview

Dr.Muhammad Khalid

Abstract

Energy Storage Systems

04/05/2016

Context Sensitive Behavior, Intelligent Action & Soft Control

Dr.Ahmad Masoud

Abstract

Control Engineering

03/08/2016

Wideband and High-Gain Planar Antennas For 5G Wireless Systems

Dr.Hussein Attia

Abstract

Wireless Communication

03/01/2016

Microwave propagation through sand-storm

Dr.Sharif Iqbal Mitu Sheikh

Abstract

Microwave

02/23/2016

Higher Order SVD for Feature Extraction in Multidimensional Data

Asjad Amin, PhD Candidate, EE Dept.
Ali Qureshi, PhD Candidate, EE Dept.

Abstract

02/17/2016

On research collaboration and  Graduate student Experience in Canada

Professor Ahmed Kishk (Concordia Uni.- Canada)

Electromegnetics

02/16/2016

Wide-band and UWB antennas for wireless Communications

Professor Ahmed Kishk (Concordia Uni.- Canada)

Electromegnetics

02/15/2016

Dielectric Resonator Antennas: Past and Future

Professor Ahmed Kishk (Concordia Uni.- Canada)

Electromegnetics

Postponed

02/09/2016  

Wideband and High-Gain Planar Antennas Based on Fabry-Perot Cavity

Dr. Hussein Attia 
 

Abstract 

02/02/2016

Dos and Don'ts in Engineering Technical/Thesis/Paper Writing

Dr.Mohammad S. Sharawi

Abstract

 

Seminar Series(Semester 151) 

​Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area

12/03/2015

5G: An Evolution or A Revolution?

Dr.Merouane Debbah

Abstract

12/02/2015

Massive MIMO for Maximal Spectral Efficiency: How Many Users and Pilots Should Be Allocated?

Dr.Merouane Debbah

Abstract

11/25/2015

Recent advances in multichannel blind system identification (BSI)

Dr.Karim Abed-Meraim

Abstract

11/24/2015

Performance Analysis and Optimization of Multiuser Mixed RF/FSO Relay Networks

Dr.Anas M.Salhab

Abstract

11/17/2015

Perfect Power Distribution Systems: When Outages Are Not an Option

Dr.Mohammad AlMuhaini

Abstract

11/03/2015

Demand response: A valuable asset for a smarter electric grid 

Dr. Ali Al-Awami 

Abstract

10/13/2015

RFID Systems and their applications

Dr.Mohamed Mohandes

 Abstract  

 

10/16/2015

Wide Gain InAs/InP Quantum-dash Nanostructures for Broadband Semiconductor Devices Application 

Dr.Muhammad Zahid Khan

Abstract

10/06/2015

Stretching the Boundaries of Inorganic Materials

Dr. Jhonathan Prieto Rojas 

Abstract

09/16/2015

Microseismic Denoising and Detection using Autocorrelation

Dr. Entao Liu 

Abstract

09/08/2015

Servo-Level, Sensor-Based Navigation Using Harmonic Potential Fields 

Dr.Ahmed Masoud 

Abstract

 

Seminar Series (Semester 142)

 Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

 Area

5/13/2015

Flexible-Stretchable-Reconfigurable CMOS Electronics Through Hybrid Integration Of Heterogeneous Materials For Wearable Interactive Electronic Systems

Dr. Muhammad Mustafa Hussain

 

 

5/12/2015

EE606, EE701 and EE702

Student (Presentations)

 

 

5/6/2015

Modelling and Aggregation of Distributed Generation and Loads at the University of Edinburgh

Dr. Sasa Djokic

 

 

4/28/2015

A new framework for assessing image processing technologies

Prof. Azeddine Beghdadi

 

 

4/20/2015

Game theory and distributed control

Prof. Shamma 

 

 

4/14/2015

Jigsaw for engineering education

Dr. Maan Kousa

 

 

4/7/2015

On the determination of the oil flow level in three phases flow in oil pipes

Dr. Essam Hassan

 

 

3/17/2015

Real time implementation of direction of arrival estimation schemes using LabVIEW and NI PXI Platform

Dr. Nizar Tayem 

 

 

3/11/2015

The International Year of Light 2015

 Dr. M A Alsunaidi

 

 

3/3/2015

 Emerging Distribution Automation Technologies

 Prof. S. S. (Mani) Venkata

 

 

2/24/2015

A Reconfigurable Dual-Band MIMO Antenna System for Mobile Terminals

 Mr. Rifaqat Hussain

 

 

2/17/2015

Dos and Don'ts in report and paper writing

Dr. Mohammad Said Sharawi

 

 

2/4/2015

Impairments Modeling and compensation in LTE-A Power Amplifiers

Dr. Oulid Hammi

 

 

 

 Seminar Series (Semester 141)

Date

Title

Speaker

Abstract/Slides

Area

 

29/12/2014

 

 

3D Imaging Technology

 

Dr  Benayad-Cherif, Fayçal,  

 

        Abstract

 

 

 

 03/12/2014

 

Toward a distributed opportunistic spectrum access heterogeneous cellular networks

 

 

Dr. Abdulmohsen Mutairi

 

 

 

        Abstract

 

 

 26/11/2014

 

Towards simple control design for inherently non linear systems

 

 

Dr.Salim Ibrir

      

 

        Abstract

 

 

 

 26/11/2014

 

Transmit Power Allocation and Relay Selection Strategies for Cognitive MIMO Unidirectional-Bidirectional Buffer-Aided AF Relay Network

 

 

 

Mr. Yasser F. Al-Eryani

 

 

 

        Abstract

 

 

11/19/2014

Human Perception and Image Quality Evaluation

 

Mr. Muhammad Ali Qureshi

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

10/11/2014

 

White space networking: Integrated sensing database architecture

 

Dr.Sumit Roy

 

 

       Abstract

 

11/05/2014

 

The Optimal solution of relay beamforming for physical layer security

 

Mr.Obeed Mohanad A.AbdulWahid

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

10/30/2014

 

Paving thr way to 5G

 

 

Dr.Farris Alhorr

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

10/29/2014

 

SoC and SoP: Enabling Platforms for Miniaturized, low cost and Flexible RF Electronics

 

 

Dr. Atif Shamim

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

10/15/2014

 

Nearest neighbor-based rendezvous for sparsely connected mobile agents

 

 

Dr.Ahmed Masoud

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

09/24/2014

 

Design Highlighted: a practical case study in electronics

 

 

Dr. Hussain Al Zaher

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

09/17/2014

 

Physical Layer Security Schemes in Wireless Cognitive Radio Networks

 

Mr. Ahmed Hassan Abd El-Malek

 

 

       Abstract

 

 

09/10/2014

 

Robust Estimators in Modern Electric Grids

 

Dr.Ibrahim HabibAllah

 

 

      Abstract


Seminar Series (Semester 132) 

Date

Title

 Speaker

Abstract/Slides

​ Area

                     

 04-03-2014

      

 

Energy storage and the electric grid of the future

 

Professor Abdel-Aty Edris

 

 

   Abstract

 

 

 

04-02-2014

Effects and values for grid when integrating renewable energy resources

 

 

 Professor Abdel-Aty Edris

 

 

   Abstract

 

 

 

03-19-2014

Printed antennas in 700MHz- 6 GHz band:  Application & challenges

 

 

Mr.Umar Khan

 

 

   Abstract

 

 

03-12-2014

PV-Standalone monitoring system performance using Labview

 

Dr. Chokri Belhaj Ahmed

    

   Abstract

 

 

 

 

03-05-2014

The effect of anomalous weather conditions on wave propagation in free space & its influence on communication signal outage.

 

 

 

Dr.Essam Hassan

 

 

       

   Abstract

 

 

 

Free space communications

  

 

02-26-2014

 Multi-carrier cooperative underwater acoustic communications .

 

Dr. Suhail Al-Dharrab

 

  Abstract

 

Underwater acoustic communications

 

02-12-2014

Free space optical  communications (FSO)-

An overview.

 

Dr. Imran Shafique Ansari

 

 Abstract

 

Optical  Wireless Communications (OWC)

 

02-05-2014

 

The art of typesetting with Latex.

 

Dr. Salim Ibrir 

   

 Abstract

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Seminar Series (Semester 131) 

Date

Title

Speaker

Abstract/Slides

Area           

 

  

   12-18-2013

Shedding light on future wireless communications & Analytical tools for the performance evaluation of cooperative wireless networks.

 

Dr. Salama Ikki

 

 

 

  Abstract

 

 

Wireless Communications

    

   12-11-2013

 

Advanced Microgrid Protection

 

Dr. Eric Sortomme

   

  Abstract

 

  

   12-09-2013

Integrating electric vehicle into the power system through Vehicle-to-Grid

 

Dr. Eric Sortomme,

   

  Abstract

 

   

    12/04/2013

Ferrite superstrate based beam scannable single patch antenna.

 

 Mr.Farooq Sultan

 

   Abstract

 

Antenna Design

 

    11/27/2013

Lattice Applications for Digital & Wireless communications: from theory to practice

 

 Dr. Walid Abediseid

 

   Abstract

 

Digital &  Wireless Communications

   

    11/20/2013

Target localization with a single antenna via directional multipath exploitation

 

 Dr. Ali Muqaibel

  

   Abstract

 

 

    11/13/2013

PV-standalone Monitoring System Performance Using LABVIEW

 

Dr. Chokri Belhaj Ahmed

 

    Abstract

 

    

    11/07/2013

  How to build a simple Radar

  (From  theory to practical design)

        Sajid Ahmad

  & Seifallah Jardac

  

   Abstract

 

 

    10/30/2013

 How to Design an Experiment that Adds the Most to Your Knowledge

 

 Dr. Mohammed Khodja

 

   Abstract

 

 

    10/09/2013

 Multi-wavelength Fiber Lasers for Future Telecommunications

 Dr. Mohammed Hayder Al-Mansoori

  

   Abstract

 

    10/09/2013

 

HAPs Communication in Saudi Arabia

 

 Dr. Kamal Harb

 

   Abstract

 

 

    10/02/2013

 

 Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) processing using UWB OFDM signal

 

 Mr.Mohammed Dahiru

  

   Abstract

 

    

     

      9/25/2013

 

Performance of Nth-Best Decode-and-Forward Relay Networks with Co-Channel Interference over Rayleigh Fading Channels

 

  

  Dr.Anas Salhab

    

 

  

   Abstract

    

      9/18/2013

Scalable behavioral modeling and digital pre-distortion structures for dynamic nonlinear wireless transmitters

 

  Dr.Oualid HAMMI


   Abstract


 

 

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Seminar Series (Semester 122) 

Date

Title

Speaker

Abstract/Slides

​Area

 

2/24/2013

 

Smart medical devices

 

Professor Mohamad Sawan,Canada

 

 

 

2/27/2013

 

On the computation of the channel capacity in generalized fading environments

 

Dr.  Mohamed-Slim Alouini, KAUST

 

 

 

3/5/2013

 

RSS-Based Indoor Localization with Limited Deployment Efforts

 

Dr.  Sameh Sorour

 

 

 

3/5/2013

 

Design for linearizability of GaN Based Multi-Carrier Doherty power amplifier through Bias Optimization

 

Dr. Oualid Hammi

 

 

 

3/12/2013

 

APC Technologies for Renewables Energy Systems

 

Dr.  Othman, Aramco

 

 

 

3/12/2013

 

Electric Vehicles are Underway

 

Dr.  Ali AlAwami

 

 

 

3/19/2013

 

The Internet of things (IOT) – The Next Big Thin

 

Dr.  Farooq Anjum

 

 

 

4/2/2013

 

Practical Evaluation of NLOS/LOS Parametric Classification in UWB Channels

 

Dr.  Ali Muqaibel

 

 

 

4/9/2013

 

EDUTECH:   'Knowledge Enrichment And Skills Enhancement'

 

 Mr.  Alfred Breznik

 

 

 

4/14/2013

 

Wireless System-on-Chip Design for Biomedical and Environmental Applications

 

Dr. Muhammad Arsalan

 

 

 

4/15/2013

 

Space-Varying Fir Filter Design For Non-Uniformly Sampled Seismic Data

 

 

Dr. Geert Leus

 

 

 

4/16/2013

 

Compressive Power Spectrum Sensing

 

Dr. Geert Leus

 

 

 

 

4/16/2013

 

A Spurious-Free Switching Buck Converter for

Portable Applications

 

Dr.  Mohammad K. Alghamdi

 

 

 

4/28/2013

 

Toward Suitable Green Communication Networks

 

Dr.  F. M. Ghannouchi

 

 

 

4/29/2013

 

Advanced RF Power Amplifiers

 

Dr.  F. M. Ghannouchi

 

 

 

4/29/2013

 

Behavior Modeling of Communications Systems

 

Dr.  F. M. Ghannouchi

 

 

 

4/30/2013

 

 

Measurements of Microwave Networks

 

 

Dr.  F. M. Ghannouchi

 

 

 

4/30/2013

 

Wireless Transceivers Architectures for SDR/CR Applications

 

Dr.  F. M. Ghannouchi

 

 

 

 

4/30/2013

 

Isolation Enhanced Techniques Applied to a Dual band printed MIMO Antenna System

 

Dr.  Mohammed Sharawi

 

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Seminar Series (Semester 121)  

Week

Date

Title

Speaker

Abstract/
Slides

​Area

2

9/11/2012

Exploring New Microwave Measurements

Dr. Roger Stancliff

Slide S

3

9/18/2012

Instantly Decodable Network Coding: Where We Stand and Where We Head

Dr. Sameh Sorour KAUST

Abstract

3

9/18/2012

FLUKE Networks Products Forcating

FLUKE Networks team

4

9/24/2012

Designing a Practical Multiband antenna for a Mobile Handset - a Real-world Experience

Dr. Raj Mitra

Abstract

5

10/2/2012

PET Deliniation of NEMA Body Phantom using Active Contour Models

Mr. Ibrahim Saihati

6

10/9/2012

On the Capacity of Shadowed Nakagami Fading Channels

Dr. Saad Al-Ahmadi

7

10/16/2012

NI educational platform, the NI ELVIS, with its additional boards

Mr. Zahi Matar

Abstract

8

11/6/2012

Performance Analysis in Classification Problems using the Receiver Operating Characteristic Approach

Dr. Mohamed Deriche

Signal Processing

9

11/13/2012

A Compressed Sensing Based Method with Support Refinement for Impulse Noise Cancelation in DSL

Mr.Muhammad Saqib Sohail

Signal Processing/

Communication

 

10

11/20/2012

An Accurate Complexity-Reduced "PLUME" Model for Behavioral modeling and Digital Predistortion of RF Power Amplifiers

Dr.Oualid Hammi

11

11/27/2012

Extended LDPC Codes for Cooprative Diversity

Mr. Hussain Ali

12

12/4/2012

Isolation Techniques for Printed MIMO Antenna Systems

Dr. Mohamed Sharawi

Electromagnetics

13

12/11/2012

Optical Fiber based Sensors

Dr. Khurram Qureshi

Signals Processing

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Independent Research Presentations

​     Date

Time

Student's Name

Student ID

Seminar Title



25/12/2012

13:00-13:15

Ali, Ashraf

g201102010

Modeling and Control of Microgrids with renewables and storage

13:15-13:30

Al-Bawri, Samir

g201001220

Mobile-Based Location Estimation

13:30-13:45

Ibrahim, Muhamed

g201102710

DC-DC Converter Coupled with Super-Capacitors for Stability of Wind Power Fluctuation

13:45-14:00

Khleif, Eqab Fahad

g201003160

Modified Corner Reflector Antenna fed by a Printed Dipole on  a Quarter Cylinderical Substrate

14:00-14:15

Swaiti, Mustafa Sla

g201104130

Daily scheduling of producing electric power from hybrid system contains Wind-Pump Storage Hydro facilities and tow thermal units

 

14:15-14:30

Waqas, Muhammad

g201103250

Coordinated Trading of Renewable Energy Sources with Thermal Energy in Electricity Markets

26/12/2012

13:00-13:15

Ayham Nizar Jadallah

g200903090

Evaluation of SINR for Practical Coordinated Multi-Point Networks

13:15-13:30

Muhammad Omair Butt

g201106010

A Proposed Method for Estimating Dust and Sand Storms Effect on Satellite Communication Networks

13:30-13:45

Anum Ali

g201201720

Power Amplifiers' Linearization using Compressive Sensing

13:45-14:00

Ahmed Bilal Numan

g201101850

Isolation Enhancement Methods for MIMO Antenna Systems

Break

14:10-14:25

Abderazak Moftah Kedir

g201102730

Behavioral Modeling of RF Power Amplifiers for LTE Applications

14:25-14:40

Adeel Sabir

g201102850

Stability Analysis and Control of Microgrids

14:40-14:55

Sameir Deif

g201004940

Design of Programmable Broadband Radio Frequency Feed Network

14:55-15:10

Alam Zaib

g201103210

Blind ML detection and channel estimation for space time block coded OFDM wireless system

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For Speakers:

Unless agreed upon otherwise, the seminar should be (30 minutes presentation, 15 minutes for Q& A, and the remaining time for face to face contact and refreshments). 

The room should be equipped with computer with power point installed and a computer projector. The speaker is strongly advised to test his presentation in advance. 

Please keep the level of the presentation reasonable. It is fair to assume a background of a BS in Electrical Engineering. 

If the presentation has been presented in a technical conference or Journal, please modify to suit the audience (Professors and Graduate students from EE and possibly other departments) 

Please provide a written short biography to be introduced to the audience at the beginning of the seminar.​

Information For Registered Students:

For Students Officially Registered for Electrical Engineering Graduate Seminars EE599
  • The first thing to do is to send an e-mail to the coordinator (Dr. Abdelmalek Zidouri) with all your contact information.
  • You must arrive at the seminar room before the starting time. Please do not arrive late. Please be courteous to our speakers.
  • Attendance: students are expected to meet the course attendance objectives. While this is a zero credit course, grades of NP (No Grade Pass) or F (Fail) are awarded. Attendance is recorded each seminar.
  • If you wish to contribute to the seminars you may contact Dr. Abdelmalek Zidouri.
  • Seminars can provide excellent opportunity to expose you to possible thesis problems.
  • Should you have any questions regarding this course, the professor in charge is Dr. Abdelmalek Zidouri. 

Guidelines for attendance of our EE seminars for EE599 and EE699 :

  • Course Graded on a Pass or Fail basis: NP or F. 
  •             (NP stands for No grade Pass and F for fail.)
  • To pass the course you need to attend at least 60% (or 8 meetings) of Seminars organized by EE Department (or co-organized with others Depts.). 2 meetings max can be accounted for from other Events such as IEEE activities. 1 of the 2 meetings can be from a local or international conference with prior permission from the seminar coordinator.
  • In general we deliver about 13 seminars per semester so attending 8 meetings is considered enough to pass the course for any semester that we present 13 or more seminars. If in a given semester we present less than 13, then we adopt the 60 % rule. For example, for 10 seminars: 6 meetings attended will ensure a passing grade.
  • EE seminars are usually offered on Tuesdays at 1 or 2:00 pm. starting from the second week of the semester. 


 Coordinator Responsibilities:
  • The coordinator is responsible for the students officially registered under EE599. He should follow their attendance and assigned them a NP "No Grade Pass" or F "Fail" letter grade at the end of the semester.
  • Decide and reserve the room to be used for the seminar.  The usual time allocated by the department is 1:00-2:00PM. During this time no other classes are offered.
  • Make proper arrangement with the Department secretaries to request refreshments for the seminar.
  • Prepare and send the announcement for the seminar a head of time (subject, speaker, abstract, time, location)
  • Contact speakers from the academia and the industry and provide a variety of topics related to the department interest. Special occasions like conferences and short courses might attract speakers who can be invited to give seminars within the department.
  • Make sure the seminar runs smoothly with good interaction.
  • Provide help and support to the speaker if needed.
  • Update the seminar webpage and promote the attendance and utilization.
  • Coordination for local/international speakers invitations
 

 

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