Welcome Prof. Hamid Ali Abed Al-Asadi ​from Basra University, Iraq to be Committee Member!

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Prof. Hamid Ali Abed Al-Asadi, Basra University, Iraq


Research Area: 

Computer and Communication Network Engineering. I am also interests include optical communications, optical fiber, spread-spectrum communications, and information theory, Wireless Network, Sensor Network, Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks, Swarm Intelligence, computer engineering, data mining and Artificial intelligence


Research Experience:

Qualifications

2011  Ph.D., University Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia

1995  M.S., University of Basra, Basra, Iraq

1987  B.S., University of Basra, Basra, Iraq


Publications (selected)

Fyath R. S. and Al-Asadi H. A., 1994.Temperature dependence of the lasing characteristics of vertical cavity surface emitting lasers.  Engineering Journal of Technology University, Vol. 145.

AL-Asadi H. A. and Majida Ali Abed, 1999.Recognition of multi-fonts Arabic texts using freeman chain and Viterbi algorithm. Science Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1.

AL-Asadi H. A., 2001.Temperature dependence of the noise characteristics of Multiisection semiconductor lasers. Science Journal, vol. 7, No. 3.

AL-Asadi H. A., 2001.Linewidth characteristics of vertical cavity surface emitting lasers due to external optical feedback. Science Journal, vol. 8, No. 3.

AL-Asadi H. A., 2002.Influence of facet reflection on the performance of Vertical Cavity Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers. Tikrit Journal for Pure science, vol. 8, No. 2.

AL-Asadi H. A., 2002.Theoretical investigation of spectral linewidth properties of double fused 1.3 um MQW-VCA in reflection and transition modes. Tikrit Journal for Pure science, vol. 8, No. 2.

AL-Asadi H. A., 2003.Vertical cavity amplifiers and its cavity length dependence the sturation power and quantum efficiency. Tikrit Journal for Pure science, vol. 9, No. 2.

AL-Asadi H. A. and Aljabri F., 2004. Conductimeteric studies of 1:1 monosubstituted salicylic/acid in aqueous solution at 25o C. Science Journal of Chemical, Libya.