Sameh Abdelazim

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Technology/Electrical Engineering, School of Computer Sciences and Engineering

CONTACT INFORMATION

Courses

  • Circuits I
  • Circuits II
  • Instrumentation
  • Electronics I
  • Electronics II
  • Automatic Control Systems I
  • Analog and Digital Control/ Process & Control System Tech
  • Linear Systems; Microprocessor Design
  • Computer-Aided Analysis/Design
  • Computer Architecture
  • Research
  • Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere including eye-safe All-Fiber Coherent Doppler Lidar (Laser Radar) for Wind sensing
  • Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) programming and data acquisition

Education

  • PhD, Electrical Engineering (2012), The Graduate Center of The City University of New York
  • Master of Philosophy in Engineering (2011), The Graduate Center of The City University of New York
  • MS, Electrical Engineering (2009), The City College of The City University of New York
  • BS, Electrical Engineering (2001), The City College of The City University of New York

Academic Profile

Before joining FDU, Dr. Abdelazim worked as a developer and engineer at IBM where he was responsible for chip design and signal integrity of computer chips used in IBM server machines. He then joined the Remote Sensing Laboratory at the City College of New York as a research assistant where he conducted his Ph.D. research. At the same time, he worked as an adjunct lecturer at various colleges of the City University of New York where he taught a wide range of electrical engineering courses.

Important Note: Faculty profiles may include links to one or more non-FDU websites, including websites self-maintained by faculty to provide additional information about their publications, scholarly pursuits, and other information of interest. If you click on these links, you will be leaving the FDU-maintained website and will be directed to a site that is not under the control of FDU. FDU is not responsible for the content or accessibility of linked non-FDU websites. If, however, you experience a problem with the content or accessibility of a linked website, please contact us using the information on our Accessibility page.