PhD Students Supervised by Dr. Abdel-Qader

 

 


Current Ph.D. Students

 

         Ben Sanda, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: V2V Communications

 

         Hussein Al Ameri, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: V2V Communications

 

         Haitham Alansari, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Vision Based Feeding System for Alzheimer Patients

 

         Marwan Alluhaidan, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Driver View Enhancement in Inclement Weather

 

         Tiba Alhabba, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Speech Analysis for Arabic Photonics

 

         Hussein Almoukhles, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Investigation on Compressive Sensing and Indoor Positioning Systems

 

         Mohammad Hassan, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Combined Classifiers in Pattern Recognition Applications

 

         Amer Obaid, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Real time Vision Based Assistant System for Alzheimer Patients

 

         Ali Kadhem Jaber, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Compressive Sensing for Face Recognition

 

         Ahmed Kareem Abed, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Indoor Positioning Systems

 

         Mustafa Ismael, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Brain Tumor Classification

 

         Haider Mohamed K, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Adaptive Noise Cancellation

 

         Haider Hashim, PhD Candidate

Tentative Dissertation Topic: Multi-Level Converters

 

 

 

 


Past Ph.D. Students

 

         Dr. Osamah Abdullah

Assistant Professor

Computer Engineering Department

Al-Nisour University

Baghdad, Iraq

 

Dissertation Topic: Indoor Localization of Mobile Devices on Wi-Fi Signals via Convex Optimization and Machine Learning

 

         Dr. Fadi Abu Amara

Assistant Professor and Chair

Department of Information Technology

Al Khawarizmi International College - University College Campus

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 

Formerly, Assistant Professor and Chair

Computer Engineering Department

College of Engineering

Al-Hussein Bin Talal University

Jordan

 

Dissertation Titles: An Automated Framework for Defect Detection in Concrete Bridge Decks Using Fractals and Independent Component Analysis

 

         Dr. Jafar Abukhait

Assistant Professor

Electrical Engineering Department

Tafila Technical University

Jordan

 

Dissertation Topic: A Discriminative Imaging-Based Framework for Road Sign Condition Assessment Using Local Features and SVM Classifiers

 

         Dr. Masoud Alajmi

Assistant Professor

Computer Engineering Department
College of Computers and Information Technology
Taif University
Al-Hawiya, Taif, Saudi Arabia

 

Dissertation Topic: Fault Detection and Localization in Solar Photovoltaic Systems using Sensing Frameworks

 

         Dr. Moath Alsafasfeh

Assistant Professor

Computer Engineering Department

College of Engineering

Al-Hussein Bin Talal University

Jordan

 

Dissertation Titles: Multicore Real Time Vision Based System for Condition Monitoring in Solar Panels

 

         Dr. Qais Alsafasfeh

Director of Energy and Oil Shale Research Center

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Tafila Technical University

Jordan

 

Formerly, Assistant Professor and Chair

Electrical Engineering Department

Tafila Technical University

Jordan

 

Dissertation Title: Pattern Recognition for Fault Detection, Classification and Localization in Electrical Power Systems

 

         Dr. Khalafalla Awidat

Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science

Pacific Lutheran University

Tacoma, WA

 

Dissertation Topic: Compressive Sensing Framework as a Method for Mass Spectrometry Data Classification and Data Fingerprint Recovery

 

         Dr. Tomislav Bujanovic

Research Associate Professor

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

 

Dissertation Title: Spatial Frequency Localization in Mammograms Using Wavelets

 

         Dr. Vincent Krause

Instructor

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Western Michigan University

Kalamazoo, MI

 

Dissertation Topic: Blind Signal Separation for Defect Identification in Ground Penetrating Radar Images

 

         Dr. Imad Zyout

Associate Professor

Electrical Engineering Department

Tafila Technical University

Jordan

 

Dissertation Title: Toward Automated Detection and Diagnosis of Mammographic Microcalcifications

 

 

 

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