Al-Shaikhi, “Fitting of Research to the Socio-Economic Context and
Enhancing Students Motivation” Keynote Speech, SDD 2018, Tunisia.
Ali Al-Shaikhi, “Role and Responsibilities of New Faculty Members”
Seminar, KFUPM, Oct 2016.
Attendee, discussion forum on academic leadership, May 2010
Present a seminar in EE department entitled ' Design of Expanded
Constellations for PAPR Reduction in OFDM Systems,' October 21, 2008.
Alternative Symbol Representations with Radial Symmetry for PAPR
reduction in OFDM Systems,' E&CE Dept., in Dalhousie University, Canada,
'Design and Analysis of Turbo Codes,' in Dalhousie University, E&CE
Dept., in Dalhousie University, Canada, March, 2006.
'Erasure Rate Analysis in Binary Product codes,' E&CE Dept., in
Dalhousie University, Canada,Apr., 2005.
Al-Shaikhi, Ahmad Khyyat, and Ahmad Sorour “Designing for Student
Engagement” Workshop, KFUPM August 2016.
Ali Al-Shaikhi, Ahmad Khyyat, and Ahmad Sorour “Designing for Student
Engagement” Workshop, KFUPM August 2017.
Attendee, workshop one “Recruiting, Developing & Retaining a Faculty for
the Twenty-First Century”, January 2011
Attendee, workshop one “Essential Academic Leader”, May, 2010
1-day workshop on volunteerism by Craig Kielburger, founder and chair of
Free the Children, March 2010
1-day workshop on hands on experience on using LABVIEW for engineering,
2-day workshop about EE department activities, 27 Sep. 2009.
2-day workshop with Dr. Paul Blackmore, the director of learning and
teaching, King's College London. covering the following:
21st Century Curricula, 2. Link Research and Teaching, 3. Academic
development: What Works? 4. Informal Learning, 5. Overview of Higher
Education in UK, a case study.
3-day workshop entitled Program Continuous Quality Improvement, with Dr.
Mahesh Aggarwal, Professor at Mechanical Engineering Department, Gannon
2-day workshop Online Course Content Authoring using E-learning suite
(Flash, Photoshop, and Illustrator)
Three 1-day workshops on Getting Started with Blackboard CE8, Workshop
on centra, and Sharing experiences in using Web for teaching.