Hamid Ali Abed Al-Asadi


Hamid Ali Abed Al-Asadi was born in Iraq. He received his B.Sc. and M.S. degree in electrical engineering and communication engineering from Basra, University, Basra, Iraq, in 1987 and 1994, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree from the University Putta Malaysia in otical fiber communication and computer systems in 2011. After graduation he joined the computer Unit in Education College, Basra University as an Assistant Researcher for three years. Currently, he is a Research Fellow and head of computer science Department, Basra University. He is member of scientific and reviewing committees of many journals and international conferences in the domains of Computer Science and optical communications engineering. He is currently an Editor-in-Chiefs in two journals: International Journal of Advanced Computer Commmunications and Control, (IJACCC) and Sci-Afric Journal of Scientific Issues, Research and Essays(SJSIRS).

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His research interest include optical communications, optical fiber, spread –spectrum communications, and information theory, Wireless Network, Sensor Network, Fuzzy Logic and Neutral net works, Swan Intelligence, computer engineering, data mining and Artificial intelligence.

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