Dr. Sulaiman Abdullah Al Hasani
Welcome Message from the Head of Department
The Department adopts the hands on approach, which is teaching by doing and provides a challenging opportunity of getting exposed to real world problems through industrial collaboration and case studies from real world problems, while also providing the necessary encouraging environment, academic guidance, and technology support. Moreover, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers have the skills and the ability to start their own businesses where the market is booming and the opportunities are countless. We encourage and empower our students, those who have the vision, self-motivation, and courage to create their own start-up companies.
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers are in high demand because of the rapid advancement of the electronics and telecommunication technologies and their applications in the region and around the Globe. These create continuous job opportunities for competent Engineers who are able to deal and develop these disciplines further. The broadness of the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering allow our graduates to have a great career prospects.
(including and not limited to): telecommunication service providers, companies from the Oil & Gas industry, petrochemical companies, Bio-Medical companies, defence and security, remote sensing companies Government entities.
We strongly welcome industrial partners for research collaborations in electronics, telecommunications, control systems, and signal processing.
The College currently has the following labs (capacity is 24 students/lab):
- Basic Physics Experiments (Forces, Motion, Pendulum, Equilibrium, Pullies)
Electronics I Lab
- Basic Electrical Circuits
- Electronic Devices
- Basic Electronic Circuits
- Electronic and Electrical Measurements
- PC Interfacing
- Analogue Electronics
Electronics II Lab
- Digital Electronics
- Electronic Devices and Circuits Modelling and Simulation
- PC Interfacing
- Microcontrollers and Microprocessors
- Signal Processing
- Analogue Communication Systems
- Digital Communication Systems
- PCB Design and Manufacturing
- PCB Drilling Benches
- Soldering Benches
- Measurement and Testing Equipment
- Wide Range of Tools and Electronic Components
Control and Measurement Lab
- Servo and Stepper Motors
- Sensors and Transducers
- General computer labs equipped with modern PCs, printers, Windows, MS Office and other general purpose software.
- Specialised Computer lab equipped with modern PCs and specialised software (Matlab, Simlink, Pspice, Turnitin, C/C++, Solidworks, 3-D Printer).
- Wifi internet access throughout the whole building.
It is worth noting that the UWE Validation Panel, during their formal validation visit to the College, inspected our laboratories and they were much satisfied with adequacy of the laboratory resources to deliver the programme.
Dr. Sulaiman Abdullah Al HasaniSulaiman Abdullah Al Hasani is currently teaching Electronics and Telecommunication modules for undergraduate programme at the Global College of Engineering and Technology, Muscat, Oman. Sulaiman received his B.Eng. degree in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia in 2011 after which he commenced his Ph.D. studies at Monash University, in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering with the main focus on signal processing theories and their application on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
From June 2012 to December 2013, Sulaiman worked as a laboratory demonstrator at the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. His duties included designing control laboratory exercises, lead demonstrator in MATLAB classes and conduct tutorials. From June 2013 to December 2015, Sulaiman was appointed, by the Deputy Head of Department and Director of Teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems at Monash University, as a co-lecturer of ‘Electronics Systems and Control’ module.
Sulaiman Al Hasani received the Oman National Diploma Scholarship to study abroad, Monash University postgraduate Scholarship, and a number of travel and conference grants. During his undergraduate and postgraduate studies, Sulaiman received a number of training and work placement in Oman, Australia, UK and USA.
Signal Processing, Compressive Sensing.
Control Systems & Robotics.
Dr. Javeed HussainI am Dr. Javeed Hussain. I am a researcher working from 12 years in the field of Electronics and Communication. My research areas are Sensors, IOT, Cognitive science, Human brain and Machine Interface, Embedded systems. I am good at Hands on training, Practical Academic Project programs. Apart from the research field, I am a certified trainer on the latest embedded training boards such as beagle bone, Arduino, raspberry pi, compute stick and so on. Moreover, I have academic experience in dealing with classes & Tutorials to UG and PG engineering students and also worked as Administrator in various roles as Head of the Department, various co-ordinator positions, convenor for symposiums & conferences. I was invited by government and agencies to give keynote lectures and consult and by various universities to serve as an external examiner for UG & PG examinations. I was elected as fellow in Institute of Engineers in 2008. I published a book on Design & Development on Robotics Arm and 22 research journal publication with 8 IEEE conference publications.
Dr M. Irfan Memon
Dr. MUHAMMAD IRFAN MEMON (CEng., MIET, PhD) is currently working as Senior Lecturer at GCET, Muscat Oman. He received the B.Eng. degree (Hons.) in Information Technology from Hamdard University, Karachi, Pakistan, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Bristol, Bristol, U.K.,. He was also affiliated as Post-Doctoral Researcher with the Prince Sultan Advanced Technologies Research Institute, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for over three years.
He has vast teaching experience of more than 10 years. His research interests cover Telecommunication Systems, radio over fiber systems, optical networks, all-optical memory systems, with over 40 technical publications including both Journal and Conference papers. He is a Chartered Engineer in U.K. and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, U.K.
Dr Nemat H. El-HassanDr Nemat H. El-Hassan is a senior lecturer in Electronics and Telecommunication department at Global College of Engineering and Technology. Dr Nemat received her BSc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from The University of Khartoum in 2011, and her PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nottingham in 2017. Her doctoral dissertation was focused on phase change properties of chalcogenide alloys at nanoscale, and utilizing them to build nano-scaled memory cells. Dr Nemat worked as a lecturer at The University of Khartoum where she designed and delivered multiple Electronics Engineering courses. She also worked as teaching assistant at The University of Nottingham during her doctoral research, where she received Nottingham University School of Engineering research scholarship. She attended multiple research and education training courses. Her research work was published and presented in multiple international conferences and reputable journals. Dr Nemat has diverse research interests that include VLSI circuit design, material science, photovoltaics, solar cells modelling, and nano/microelectronics.List of Publications:
1. Nemat H. El-Hassan, Ong Ming Hong, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “Phase Change Memory Cell Emulator Circuit Design”, Elsevier Microelectronic Journal, 2016. “In press”
2. Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “Wire Resistance Effect in PCM Based Nanocrossbar Array,”IET Journal of Engineering, 2016.
3. Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “Time-Aware Multilevel Phase Change Memory Cell”,Elsevier Microelectronic Journal, 2016.
4. Nemat H. El-Hassan, M. R. Ahmed Shahad, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “AC Sense Circuit for Memristor Based Memory Crossbar” IEEE student conference on research and development, Malaysia, December, 2015.
5. Patrick W. C. Ho, Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “PCM and Memristor Based Nanocrossbars,” IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, Italy, July 2015.
6. Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “Performance study of Phase Change Memory in Different Crossbar Architectures,” The international nanotech & nanoscience Conference & Exhibition, France, June 2015.
7. Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “Multilevel Phase Change Memory Cell Model”, Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems, Japan, November 2014.
8. Ong Ming Hong, Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “A Novel Emulator Design for Phase Change Memory”, The 2nd International Conference on Electronic Design, Malaysia, August 2014.
9. Nemat H. El-Hassan, T. Nandha Kumar, and Haider Abbas F. Almurib, “Improved SPICE Model for Phase Change Memory Cell”, IEEE 5th International Conference on Intelligent and Advanced Systems ICIAS, Malaysia, June 2014.
Dr. Mohammad MohatramDr. Mohammad Mohatram is currently working as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at Global College of Engineering and Technology (GCET) at Muscat, Oman. GCET has an academic partnership with the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. I have been awarded Ph.D. degree in the field of Electrical Engineering on “Development of ANN Models in Load Flow Analysis” from Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi (India). I did B.Sc. (Engg.) in Electrical Engineering from AMU, Aligarh in 1997 followed by M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering (Instrumentation & Control) from AMU, Aligarh in 1999. I have more than 20 years of experience in teaching and research and published more than 15 research papers in International /National Journals & Conferences of repute. I have taught several electrical engineering subjects such as Basic Electrical Engineering, Network Theory, Electrical Machines, Linear Control Theory, Digital Electronics, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical Measurement, Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation, Intelligent Instrumentation, Process Measurement and Control.
Dr. Taleb MoazzeniTaleb Moazzeni (SM’15) received the B.S. degree from Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran, in 1999, the M.S. degree from the Petroleum University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2005, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), USA, in 2010, all in electrical engineering. From 2006 to 2007, he was a visiting scholar with UNLV, where he worked on digital pulse shaping for multiple access schemes in communication systems. After graduation, he served, for three years, as postdoctoral scholar at UNLV. He conducted research in the areas of signal processing algorithms, wireless and mobile communications and optimization techniques. The most important findings generated from his endeavors have led to a number of high quality publications in highly ranked journals. He has published more than 20 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings in these areas. He joined Global College of Engineering and Technology in Fall 2019, serving as senior lecturer in department of electronics and telecommunication engineering
- Sensors and Transducers (sensing technologies for condition monitoring of large metal structures)
- Compressed sensing application
- Internet of Things (IOT).
- Cognitive science.
- Human brain and Machine Interface.
- Embedded systems.