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     Date Submitted:04-09-2016
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     Current job:Assistant professor, PhD
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsStatistical signal processing, Array processing, SAR imaging, MIMO radar imaging, communication systems
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    Born October 20, 1977
    Married. Two children.

    ACADEMIC DEGREE
    2003/06 Ph.D. degree in statistical signal processing and applied mathematics of Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, France
    Subject: Direction finding for non-circular signals: Bounds of performance and algorithms
    2001/02 Master’s degree in theoretical and applied statistics at Pierre et Marie Curie University Paris, France
    Subject: Direction-of-Arrival estimation of non-circular signals
    2000/01 B.Sc. degree in engineering applied mathematic option signal processing at Renee Descartes University, Paris, France
    1999/00 B.Sc. degree in applied mathematic at Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
    1998/99 Two-year University degree in mathematics and physics at Hassan II University Casablanca, Morocco
    1995/96 High School Diploma in mathematics at secondary school Tahaa Houcen, Casablanca Morocco
     

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    Since Oct. 2011 Assistant Professor at the ECE department, Taif University (Saudi Arabia)
    2010/11 Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Spectral Analysis Lab, University of Florida (U.S)
    Index Terms: Sparse recovery techniques, Source localization techniques, iterative adaptive algorithms, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar, SAR imaging, MIMO radar imaging, MIMO underwater acoustic communications
    2009/10 Visiting Assistant Professor at the EE department at KFUPM (Saudi Arabia)
    Index Terms: Compressive sensing, CRB bound, AR1/Jakes’ channel model, SNR estimation, Direction-of-arrival estimation, Linear/nonlinear optimization algorithms
    2008/09 Postdoctoral Research Associate in signal and image department at Gipsa-Lab (Grenoble, France)
    Subject: Synchronization and multi-path channel parameter estimation with GMSK signal Application to localization (GSM, GPS et Galileo system)
    Project coordinated by Thales Air defence (France) and Gipsa-Lab
    2007/08 Postdoctoral Research Associate in telecommunication and transmission at superior-school of electricity (Gif-sur-Yvette, Supelec)
    Subject: Blind estimation of the parameters of continuous phase modulated signals
    Application to the passive listening
    Project coordinated by Directorate General of Armaments (DGA) and Supelec, France
    2006/07 Temporary research and lectures at the Vincennes-Saint-Denis Paris 8 University
    2005/06 Temporary research and lectures at the Dauphine Paris University
    2002/05 Temporary research and lectures at Telecom and Management SudParis, France
    2001/02 Internship at Telecom and Management SudParis, France
    Subject: Direction-of-Arrival estimation of non-circular signals
     

    TEACHING ACTIVITIES
    • Introduction to General Mathematics • Signals and systems analysis
    • Probability and statistics for engineering • Estimation and detection theory
    • Digital signal processing • Signal processing
    • Communication systems • Digital communications
    • Electric circuits • Electronic circuit
     

    ACHIEVEMENTS
    • Founder and Counselor (since 2013) of IEEE Student Branch, College of Engineering, University of Taif;
    • Contribute to the program Academic Accreditation, College of Engineering, University of Taif and obtain a certificate of accreditation (ABET) (December 2015);
    • Effective contribution to the achievement of file Academic Accreditation in the College of Engineering at Taif University (since 2012);
    • Effective contribution to the installation of laboratories in signal processing and communication systems, College of Engineering, Taif University.
     

    SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES
    • IEEE member
    • EURASIP member
    • IEEE student branch counselor, Taif University, Saudi Arabia
    • Member ABET Accreditation Committee, Taif University, Saudi Arabia
    • Member Research Committee, Taif University, Saudi Arabia
     

    CERTIFICATES AND AWARDS
    • Awards of Excellence in E-learning and Distance Education, Taif University (2016)
    • Citation Prize-Taif University, Taif University (2014)
    • Certificate of Acknowledgment and Appreciation from Research department, Taif University(2014 and 2015)
    • Certificate of Acknowledgment and Appreciation from Fifth Scientific Conference for higher education student, Taif University (2014)
     

    RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
    Citations Analysis (Google scholar)
    • Published Journal and Conference Papers: 36
    • Citations: 457
    • h-index: 10

    Technical Reviewer
    • International Conference ICASSP, EUSIPCO, ISSPA, and ICSPC
    • IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
    • IEEE Transactions Signal Processing Letters
    • IEEE Transaction of Antenna and Propagation
    • IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters
    • Signal Processing (Elsevier)
    • Digital Signal Processing (Elsevier)
     

    Co-Directed Master’s and Ph.D Theses
    • J. Vil`a Valls, towards the Ph.D degree, (co-directed with Drs. L. Ros and J.M Brossier), GIPSA-lab, Grenoble, France. Subject: Estimating dynamic of non-linear transmission channels for mobile satellite receivers, 2009.
    • Qilin Zhang, towards the Ph.D degree, (co-directed with Prof. J. Li), Spectral Analysis Lab, University of Florida, United States. Subject: Sparse Reconstrution and Bayesian Solutions for source localization, 2011.
    • Xianqi Li, the Ph.D degree, (co-directed with Prof. J. Li), Spectral Analysis Lab, University of Florida, United States. Subject: Sparse Reconstruction and Bayesian Solutions for Radar Imaging, 2011.
    • Ode Ojowu Jr., the Ph.D degree, (co-directed with Prof. J. Li), Spectral Analysis Lab, University of Florida, United States. Subject: Sparse methods for the Smart Grid, 2011.
     

    Research Projects
    • Project title: “DOA and SNR estimation over time-selective fading channels”, supported by the Taif University, Principal-investigator, (2012-2013).
    • Project title: “Sparse recovery techniques with application to SAR imaging”, supported in part by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), National Science Foundation (NSF), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Member, (2010-2011).
    • Project title: “Synchronization and multi-path channel parameter estimation with GMSK signal”, supported by the French National Research Agency (ANR), Member, (2008-2009).
    • Project title: “Blind estimation of the parameters of continuous phase modulated signals”, supported by the Directorate General of Armaments (DGA), Member, (2007-2008).
     

    Book Chapters
    [1] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida,
    “DOA estimation for noncircular signals: performance bounds and algorithms (Ch.9),” Advances in Direction of Arrival Estimation, Artech House publisher, 2006.

    International Peer-Reviewed Journals
    [1] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “Stochastic Cramer-Rao bound for non-circular signals with application to DOA estimation,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 52, no. 11, pp. 3192-3199, November 2004.
    [2] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “Cramer-Rao bound for direction estimation of non-circular signals in unknown noise field,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 53, no. 12, pp. 4610-4618, December 2005.
    [3] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “Cramer-Rao bounds of DOA estimates for BPSK and QPSK modulated signals,”IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 117-126, Jaunary 2006.
    [4] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “MUSIC-like estimation of direction of arrival for non-circular sources,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 54, no. 7, pp. 2678-2690, July 2006.
    [5] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “ Efficiency of subspace-based DOA estimators,” Signal Processing (Elsevier), vol. 87, no. 9, pp. 2075-2084, September 2007.
    [6] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “Statistical performance of MUSIC-like algorithms in resolving noncircular sources,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 56, no. 9, pp. 4317-4329, September 2008.
    [7] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “Asymptotic distribution of circularity coefficients estimate of complex random variables,” Signal Processing (Elsevier), vol. 89, pp. 2311-2698, December 2009.
    [8] H. Abeida, “Data-aided SNR estimation in time-variant Rayleigh fading channels,”IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 58, no. 11, November 2010.
    [9] Q. Zhang, H. Abeida, M. Xue, W. Rowe and J. Li, “Fast implementation of sparse iterative covariance-based estimation for source localization,” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 131, no. 2, pp. 1249-1259, Feb. 2012.
    [10] H. Abeida, L. Xianqi, J. Li and M. M. Al-Harthi “Iterative sparse maximum likelihood-based algorithms with applications to SAR imaging,” International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications (IJRSA), vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 10-23, Sept. 2012.
    [11] H. Abeida, Q. Zhang, J. Li and N. Merabtine “Iterative sparse asymptotic minimum variance based approaches for array processing,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 61, no. 4, pp. 933-944, Feb. 2013.
    [12] G-O. Glentis, K. Zhao, A. Jakobsson, H. Abeida, and J. Li “SAR Imaging via Efficient Implementations of Sparse ML Approaches,” Signal Processing (Elsevier), July. 2013.
    [13] H. Abeida, M. M. Al-Harthi and N. Merabtine “EM andMAP methods for joint path delay and complex gain estimation of a slowly varying fading channel for CPM signals,” International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Feb. 2014.
    [14] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “Essential statistical tools for performance analysis of complex-valued parameter estimators,” Signal Processing (Elsevier), vol. 111, pp. 210-221, January 2015.
    [15] H. Abeida “DOA estimation of a single-source over time-selective fading channels,” accepted to WSEAS Transactions on Signal Processing, January 2016.
    [16] H. Abeida, “Maximum a posterior and Iterative sparse maximum likelihood-based approaches for joint SAR imaging and phase error correction,” accepted to International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications (IJRSA), January 2016.
    Journal Papers: in preparation
    [1] H. Abeida, “Frequency offset estimation in time-selective Rayleigh flat-fading channels,” in preparation to IEEE Trans. on Communications.
    [2] H. Abeida “Stochastic and deterministic Cramer-Rao bound on DOA estimation accuracy for uncorrelated noncircular rectilinear signals,” in preparation to IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing.
     

    International Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings
    [1] H. Abeida et J.P. Delmas, “Efficacités d’algorithmes du second-ordre de localisation de sources non circulaires,” Actes 19ème Colloque GRETSI, Paris, Septembre 2003.
    [2] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “Stochastic Cramér-Rao bound for non-circular signals with application to DOA estimation,” International conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Montreal, pp. 253-256, May 2004.
    [3] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “ Cramér-Rao bounds of DOA estimates for BPSK and QPSK modulated signals,” International conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Montreal, pp. 73-76, May 2004.
    [4] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “Stochastic Cramer-Rao bound for direction estimation of non-circular signals in unknown noise field,” International conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Philadelphia, pp. 921-924, March 2005.
    [5] H. Abeida et J.P. Delmas, “Borne de Cramer-Rao de DOA pour signaux BPSK et QPSK en présence de bruit non uniforme,” Actes 20ème Colloque GRETSI, Louvain, Belgique, Septembre 2005.
    [6] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “Asymptotically minimum variance estimator in the singular case,” European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), Antalya, Turkey, September 2005.
    [7] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “Statistical resolution limits of DOA for discrete sources,” International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Toulouse, May 2006.
    [8] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “Efficiency of subspace-based estimators,” European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), Florence, Italy, September 2006.
    [9] H. Abeida and J.P. Delmas, “Resolution threshold for closely spaced noncircular emitters,” International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Hawai’i, April 2007.
    [10] H. Abeida et J.P. Delmas, “Bornes de Cramer Rao déterministe et stochastique de DOA de signaux rectilignes non corrélées,” Actes 21ème Colloque GRETSI, Troyes, France, Septembre 2007.
    [11] J.P. Delmas and H. Abeida, “On the degree of second-order non-circularity of complex random variables,”International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Las Vegas, April 2008.
    [12] H. Abeida, J. M. Brossier, L. Ros and J. Vil`a Valls, “An EM algorithm based Kalman somoother approach for path delay and complex gain estimation of slowly varying fading channel for CPM signals,” IEEE GLOBECOM, Hawail (USA), Dec. 2009.
    [13] H. Abeida and S. Al-Ghadban “Data-aided SNR estimation in time-variant Rayleigh fading channels,” SPAWC, Marrakech, Morocco, June 2010.
    [14] H. Abeida “Data-aided DOA estimation of single source with time-variant Rayleigh amplitudes,” EUSIPCO, Aalborg, Denmark, August 2010.
    [15] Q. Zhang, H. Abeida, M. Xue, W. Rowe and J. Li, “Fast implementation of sparse iterative covariance-based estimation for source localization,”Asilomar Conf. Signals, Syst. Comput., Pacific Grove, CA, USA, Nov. 6-9, 2011.
    [16] G-O. Glentis, K. Zhao, A. Jakobsson, H. Abeida, and J. Li “Fast implementation of SAR imaging using sparse ML methods,” Asilomar Conf. Signals, Syst. Comput., Pacific Grove, CA, USA, 2013.
    [17] H. Abeida and M. M. Al-Harthi “Frequency offset estimation in time-selective Rayleigh flat-fading channels,” EUSIPCO, Marrakech, Morocco, September 2013.
    [18] H. Abeida and J. Li “Sparse maximum likelihood based approaches for joint SAR imaging and phase error correction,” CoSeRa 2015, Pisa, Italy, June 22-24, 2015.
    [19] H. Abeida “Carrier frequency offset estimation over autoregressive modeling for Rayleigh Flat Fading Channel,” submitted to ICASSP, Shanghai, China, March 2016.
     

    REFERENCES
    • Prof. Jean Pierre Delmas Email: jean-pierre.delmas(at)it-sudparis.eu
    • Prof. Paul Deheuvels Email: Paul.Deheuvels(at)upmc.fr
    • Prof. Jian Li Email: li(at)dsp.ufl.edu
    • Prof. George-Othon Glentis Email: gglentis(at)uop.gr

    MISCELLANEOUS
    Systems UNIX, Linux, Windows
    Computer Languages C/C++, Matlab
    Software Multisim, Pspice, scilab, Mathematica, Audacity, Maple,
    Statistical Software S-Plus, SAS, Statistica, Modelisa

    LANGUAGES SKILLS
    English, French and Arabic
     


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