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A big milestone: Professorship

posted May 13, 2018, 11:59 AM by Khaled salama   [ updated May 13, 2018, 12:09 PM ]
It's official! Promoted to the rank of Professor in Electrical engineering for " work on applications of modern electrical analog circuits for application to biomedical sensor industry" and here is the official bio shared with the announcement. 

Khaled Salama received his PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 2005 and joined KAUST in 2009 as a founding Assistant Professor and the founding chair of the electrical engineering program and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2013. He is a prominent researcher in the field of memristor-based devices. He is currently working on applications of modern electrical analog circuits. He has been active and highly successful in bringing multiple inter-disciplinary fields in biology, microwave engineering, chemistry, material sciences, and mechanical engineering with electrical engineering. He works on application of modern devices to build biomedical sensors. Professor Salama publishes regularly in IEEE Transactions He is the 4th highest cited author in the area of memristors. He has 15 patents (9 at KAUST) in his name and has founded two startups.  He had served as Associate Editor on two premier journals, the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems and the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems. He also served as a technical program committee member on leading conferences such as IEEE VLSI, IEEE Sensors and IEEE ISCAS. Professor Salama is a senior member of the IEEE.

Thanks Dr Najah for the nice picture.