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Professor F. Gebali, PhD, PEng

Dr. Gebali received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. He is a full professor in the department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Victoria. He was a Visiting Professor in the Computer Engineering Department at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia and the Information Sciences Department in the College for Women in Kuwait University.
Dr. Gebali published more than 310 papers in refereed journals and conferences in the areas of finite field arithmetic, hardware security, systolic arrays for digital signal processing, analysis of wireless/optical communications protocols, photo-electro-chemical solar cells and optical data processing using volume phase holography in ferroelectric crystals. He published 6 books and 10 book chapters in different topics such as parallel computing, system-on-chip, and computer networks.
Dr. Gebali served as the Associate Dean of Engineering and as Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Victoria. He also consulted with the Canadian Space Agency on the Radio Astron VLBI Radio Astronomy Project and as a Principal VLSI designer with PMC Sierra (now Microchip) on quad-core, 32-bit floating point processor array for the Canadian Space Agency.
Dr. Gebali is a registered professional engineer in the province of British Columbia, Canada.

Supervision of Highly Qualified Personnel

Current Supervision/Co-supervision Previous Supervision/Co-supervision
Post Doctoral: 1 Post Doctoral: 8
Doctoral Students: 9 Doctoral Students : 25
Masters (thesis) Students: 6 Masters (thesis) Students: 30
Masters (non thesis) Students: 3 Masters (non thesis) Students: 18
Undergraduate Honours Thesis, Co-Op, Projects: 0 Undergraduate Honours Thesis, Co-Op, Projects: 33
Current Total 19 Graduated Total 114

New Research Grants/Contracts

  1. 2018-2019, $50,000: Micro-Doppler Radar and FLIR Techniques for Protecting Wildlife. B.C. provincial funding

New Publications:

  1. A. Kanan, F. Gebali, A. Ibrahim and Kin Fun Li, ``Low-Complexity Scalable Architectures for Parallel Computation of Similarity Measures'', Accepted in Scientific Programming, April 2019.
  2. U. Alsaiari and F. Gebali, ``Hardware Trojan Detection Using Reconfigurable Assertion Checkers'', has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on VLSI. March 2019.
  3. Jan 2019: A. F. Youssef, P. F. Driessen, F. Gebali, and M. Belaid, ``A novel Smeared Synthesized LFM TC-OLA Radar System: Design and Performance Evaluation", IEEE Access, vol. 7, pp. 18574 - 18589, January 2019 (DOI 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2892113).
  4. M. Elhaddad, K. F. Li and F. Gebali, ``Sentiment Analysis of Arabic and English Tweets'', The 33-rd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2019) - Workshop-MAW-2019: The 12-th International Symposium on Mining and Web (MAW-2019), Kunibiki Messe, Japan, March 27-29, 2019.
  5. M. Said, M. Khamis, S. Okeke and F. Gebali, ``Balanced Buffering Architectures for High Performance and Reliable 3D-NoCs", Elsevier Microprocessors and Microsystems, Accepted Jan. 2019
  6. M. Mandour, F. Gebali, A. D. Elbayoumy, G. M. Abdel Hamid, and A. Abdelaziz, ``Handover Optimization and User Mobility Prediction in LTE Femtocells Network", IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE), 11-13 Jan, 2019