Dr. Muqaibel has taught EE207 in
the following terms 033, 042, 043, 08
Alaikum wa Rahmat Allah
Welcome to your EE207
Homepage. It is a pleasure to have you in this course.
A good start is needed.
good start is needed. This course is very fundamental to
many other courses and concepts in our life. Matlab will
be an integrated part of the course. It will be mostly
self-learning tool. Start today by installing Matlab in
your machine or find yourself a convenient access to it.
I pray Allah that you will find this course fruitful and
Electrical Engineering Seminars and Short Courses webpage. This page is in its infant stage any
comment or suggestion is highly appreciated.
The purpose of the EE Graduate Seminar is to acquaint attendees (professors and graduate students)
with a spectrum of research in electrical engineering. The seminar topics have
been selected to give a mix of subjects, areas, and depth of coverage. Some
seminars will be detailed technically and others will provide a broad
Unless agreed upon otherwise, the seminar
should be (30 minutes presentation, 10 minutes for Q& A, and the remaining
time for face to face contact and refreshments).
The room should be equipped with computer with
power point installed and a computer projector. The speaker is strongly
advised to test his presentation in advance.
Please keep the level of the presentation
reasonable. It is fair to assume a background of a BS in Electrical
If the presentation has been presented in a
technical conference or Journal, please modify to suit the audience
(Professors and Graduate students from EE and possibly other departments)
Please provide a written short biography to be
introduced to the audience at the beginning of the seminar.
Please send a pdf version of your presentation
to be posted in the department website.
For Students Officially
Registered for Electrical Engineering Graduate Seminars EE599
The first thing to do is to send an e-mail to
the coordinator (Dr. Ali Muqaibel) with all your contact information. It is
your sole responsibility to check the course website before the seminar day.
You must arrive at the seminar room
before Please do not arrive late.
Please be courteous to our speakers.
Attendance: students are expected to
meet the course attendance objectives. While this is a zero credit course,
grades of NP (No Grade Pass) or F (Fail) are awarded. Attendance is recorded each
seminar. (NP Does not mean NOT PASS :) )
For the part timers, you need to attend at least 60% of
the seminars to get (No grade Pass). The seminars schedule is tentative. I
advise you to attend as much as you can in the beginning of the semester.
If you wish to contribute to the seminars you
may contact Dr. Ali Muqaibel. You can contribute by presenting yourself or
arranging with your company to present.
Seminars can provide excellent opportunity to
expose you to possible thesis problems.
You are responsible for checking your official e-mail
provided by the University. If you prefer to use another e-mail address please
make sure that you forward your e-mails accordingly.
Should you have any questions regarding
this course, the professor in charge is Ali Muqaibel.
Please make sure that no PhD
student is enrolled in EE 599.
All PhD students must
take EE 699, and they should register for it in the same semester of their
The coordinator is responsible for the
students officially registered under EE599. He should follow their attendance
and assigned them NP (No Grade Pass) or NF (No Grade Fail) letter grade at the end of the
Decide and reserve the room to be used for the
seminar. The usual time allocated by the department is 1:00-2:00PM.
During this time no other classes are offered.
Make proper arrangement with the Department
secretaries to request refreshments for the seminar.
Prepare and send the announcement for the
seminar a head of time (subject, speaker, abstract, time, location). Technical
seminars should be sent to colleges and departments of common interest
(College of Engineering Sciences, College of Science, and College of Computer
and System Engineering). General interest seminars should be sent to the
university at large through the postmaster.
Contact speakers from the academia and the
industry and provide a variety of topics related to the department interest.
Special occasions like conferences and short courses might attract speakers
who can be invited to give seminars within the department.
Make sure the seminar runs smoothly with good
Provide help and support to the speaker if
Update the seminar webpage and promote the
attendance and utilization.
Coordination for local/international speakers invitations.
The process of inviting speakers usually starts at the
group level (i.e. Energy, Communications, Electronics, Control, Electromagnetics,
and Signal Processing). The group coordinator is usually the one who communicates with
the seminars and short courses coordinator (Dr. Ali Muqaibel).
The following section summarizes the requirements for
CV (enough details to justify the invitations)
A memo requesting approval for supporting of the
invitation (template provided,
docx, doc); including a detailed schedule for the proposed
activities (starting date, duration and suggested topics/titles)
For speakers requiring VISA:
A copy of the speaker's passport, for VISA processing.
Memo requesting entry VISA processing (template
docx, doc), note that this is a lengthy process and requires early start.
The above documents (in Hard copy) should be
submitted to the Chairman's Office. Please send a notification e-mail to me to
follow up (email@example.com)
Things to be done by the inviting
group ( i.e. Energy, Communications, Electronics, Control, Electromagnetics, and
Signal Processing) or group representative and not by the seminars coordinator:
All communications with the speaker, this includes:
obtaining agreements to conduct the seminars or workshop.
Agreeing on the schedule, coverage, and other details.
Informing the speaker about the expected environment and
Assisting the speaker since his arrival till his
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1.How to publicize your course?
Many of the top organizations in Saudi Arabia participate
in the Career Day Exhibition (yearly event)
Therefore, it is a chance for all short course coordinators to make use of this
events to distribute their brochures or get the contact addresses of these
organizations so that they can contact them later on.
Short course Award?
For the short course regulations, please click the
following link (short
course award regulations). For up-to-dates regulations or additional
inquires, please contact the Continuous Education Program.