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- MSc. in Electrical Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) (2017)
- MSc. in Embedded Systems, National School of Engineering of Sfax (ENIS), Tunisia & T.U Chemnitz, Germany 2016
- MSc. in Microelectronic Systems, University of Montpellier (UM), France (2015)
- BSc. in Electrical Engineering, National School of Engineering of Sfax (ENIS), Tunisia 2015)
- Physics and chemistry, Sfax Preparatory Engineering Institute (IPEIS), Tunisia (2012)
Al-Khawarizmi Building (Bldg. 1) | Level 4. Station 4307-WS07
Honors & Awards
- Ranked first in his B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering
My name is Mohamed Abdelwaheb Bahloul, native from Sfax, Tunisia. I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer, Electrical, and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering Division at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). I first came to KAUST, in 2015, as an intern within the Visiting Student Research Program. Impressed with the University, its facilities, and the KAUST lifestyle, I then applied to KAUST as a master's degree student and was accepted to the electrical engineering program, electro-physics track. After graduating with my M.S. in 2017, I began my Ph.D. studies at KAUST in Estimation, Modeling, and Analysis group with associate professor Taous-Meriem Laleg. My interests and expertise include mathematical modeling, algorithms development, system identification, and estimation techniques for biomedical systems.
KAUST is not my first experience of studying abroad. I first study at the University of Montpellier, France, where I have earned a master's degree in microelectronic systems. I have also earned another master's degree in embedded systems from the National School of Engineering of Sfax in collaboration with Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany.
My general engineer training in EE from three different schools (ENIS-Tunisia, UM-France & KAUST-KSA), as well as my personal skills, allowed me to acquire a solid knowledge, a real sense of the field and a true team spirit. I hope this personal web page gives you a chance to learn about me and my research.
Research mainly revolves around:
- Finite-Time non-Asymptotic Estimation based on Modulating Functions.
- Assessment of Fractional-Order Arterial Windkessel as a Model of Arterial System.
- Mathematical Biomarker For Arterial Stiffness Assessment.
Some Professional Experiences
- Jun 2016 - Aug 2016: Visiting Scholar (Center for Embedded & Cyber-physical Systems), University of California, Irvine, CA, USA
- Summer 2013: Engineering Intern, Tunisian Company of Electricity and Gas (STEG)
Services and Memberships
Member of the Graduate Student Council, KAUST.
Member of the American Physiological Society.
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Student member.
Member in the student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, KAUST.
Teaching Assistant for "Special Topics in Control" teaching the estimation techniques to Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer Ph.D. students.
Teaching Assistant for "Linear Control Theory" teaching the control system design techniques to Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer master students.
Research Mentoring in the SRSI program (train precollege student doing educational research).
Research Mentoring in Summer programs (train undergraduate student doing educational research)
Reviewer: SSD, 2018