Dr. Shihab Jimaa is currently an Associate Professor at the department of EECS. He received his PhD and MSc degrees in Digital Communications from Loughborough University, England, UK, in 1990, and 1986, respectively. Also Dr. Jimaa holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCE) from the University of Hertfordshire, UK in 1998. He held several positions as Research Fellow, Senior Lecturer, and Assistant Professor at various institutions include Loughborough University/UK, Warwick University/UK, Near-East University/Cyprus, Amman University/Jordan, and the University of Hertfordshire/UK. His research interests include energy efficient wireless communication systems & networks, Atrial Fibrillation Data Analysis and Validation, Channel estimation and equalization, and signal processing for digital communications/biomedical engineering. He successfully supervised about 30 MSc, 3 MPhil, and 4 PhD students. Dr. Jimaa is a UK chartered electrical engineer, a senior member of the IEEE Communications and Education societies, and a fellow member of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)/UK. He has authored 3 book chapters, 1 patent, and about 100 papers in various referred international conferences and journals.
Dr. Shihab Jimaa, an Associate Prof of digital communications, has been conducting an international-class research in signal processing and communications and supervised many projects in the area of adaptive filtering and their applications in communications and biomedical engineering where he developed and employed many adaptive algorithms. Dr. Jimaa has extensive international academic experience includes a joint research collaborations with Queen Mary University of London, UK and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, (South-Korea). His research interests include energy efficient wireless communication systems & networks, Atrial Fibrillation Data Analysis and Validation, Channel estimation and equalization, and signal processing for digital communications/Biomedical engineering. He was the guest editor of the Special Issue on Energy Efficient Wireless Communication Networks with QoS, International Journal of Communication Systems by John Wiley, 2017. Also he was the student travel grants chair GlobeCom2018.