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CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

 

I-     PERSONAL DATA :    

 

First name: …………………Khemaïs ben Amor………………………………….................……………..

Last name: ………………. SAADA …………………………………………………………........................

Date and place of birth: …..November 23rd, 1953 in Utique – Bizerta - Tunisia……………….

Marital status: …............… Married, ………………Father of two (2) children……………….........

Phone number: ………….. 00 99 551858744. ………… E-mail: khemais_saada@yahoo.fr....

 

II-  ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS :

1991-1996      Doctorate in teledetection – Medical ultrasound.

Université de Toulon et du Var (UTV) - France.

Passed with distinction (Very honourable).

Subject: Study of gravity waves by VHF Doppler radar.

Thesis director: Professor Michel CROCHET.

Laboratory: Laboratory of Electromagnetic Probing of Terrestrial Environment (LSEET) –UTV – Toulon, France.

 

1992-1993        Advanced Research Diploma (DEA) in teledetection.

Université de Toulon et du Var - France.

Subject: Contribution to the study of gravity waves by VHF Doppler radar.

Research Director: Professor Michel CROCHET.

Laboratory: Laboratory of Electromagnetic Probing of Terrestrial Environment (LSEET) –UTV – Toulon, France.

 

1981-1986        Senior Professional Diploma in applied electronics (area of study: telecommunications).

Polytechnics National School, Algeria.

Passed with distinction. (Very honourable).

Subject:  Study of VHF waves propagation by ST Doppler radar.

Thesis director: Professor Michel CROCHET.

Laboratory: Laboratory of applied electronics – ENP - Alger – Algeria and LSEET – UTV – Toulon, France.

 

1974-1980        High School Graduation Diploma (Engineer in electronics).

Polytechnics National School, Alger, Algeria.

Passed with distinction.

Subject of end - of - studies project: Study and creation of a helping microcomputer to search round a Motorola 6800 microprocessor.

 

1971-1974        Baccalaureate (area of study: Mathematics / Technics).

Technics secondary school of boys, Alger, Algeria.

Passed with distinction.

 

III-    TEACHING ACTIVITIES :

September 2000 up to now:      Professor Assistant; Permanent tutor in Physics (Electronics).

Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Technology – Tunisia.

University of November 7th, in Carthage, Tunisia.

Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (ISSAT) – Mateur; Tunisia.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Electricity (Electrostatics, Magnetostatics and Electrocinetics) – Level taught: 1st year (University Diploma of Technology (UET) in electronics).

·         Electricity and electronics (Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Electrocinetics, junction diodes, transistors) - Level taught: 1st year Computer Science Students (University of Electronics Technology (UET)).

·         Electronics 1 (Notions on Semi-conductors, junction diodes with their principal applications, bipolar transistors, field effect transistors (FET)) – Level taught: 1st year Computer Science Students (University of Electronics Technology (UET)).

·         Electronics 2 (differential amplifiers, ideal operational amplifiers, real operational amplifiers with their defects, basic mountings of operational amplifiers, linear and non-linear applications on operational amplifiers) - Level taught: 2nd year electronics students (University of Electronics Technology (UET)).

·         Combinatory Logical Systems (Numbering systems, logical arithmetic operations, Bool algebra, logical gates, additioners, coders and decoders, multiplexers and demultiplexers, technology of combinatory logical systems) - Level taught: 1st year electronics students (University of Electronics Technology (UET))

·         Sequential Logical Systems (Balances, counters, decounters, registers, memories, notions of programmed logic) - Level taught: 2nd year electronics students (University of Electronics Technology (UET)).

·         Antenna and transmission lines (Review of electromagnetic waves, transmission metal cables, optical fiber, Hertzian waves, satellites of transmitting electromagnetic waves, antennas) - Level taught: 2nd year electronics students (University of Electronics Technology (UET)).

·         Electronics (Review of diodes and transistors, amplification with transistors, operational amplifiers and their linear and non-linear applications) - Level taught 2nd year Computer Science Students (University of Electronics Technology (UET)).

·         Electric circuits (Definitions and basic electricity knowledge, elements of electric circuits, general rules and theories of studying electric networks, study of electric networks in continuous regime, in transitory regime and in permanent sinusoidal regime, quadripoles theory, passive filters) - Level taught: 1st year Common branch students of applied B.A. on Electrotechnics, Electronics and Automatics (LA – EEA).

·         Electronics principal functions (Review of diodes and transistors, amplification with transistors, the reaction, operational amplifiers and their basic applications, oscillators, active filters, modulations, analog / numerical conversion and numerical / analog conversion) - Level taught: 2nd year Common branch students of LA – EEA.

 

2007 up to now:   Professor Assistant, Part time tutor in Electronics.

Private University of Tunis.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Electricity (Electrostatics, Magnetostatics and Electrocinetics) Level taught: 2nd year Common branch students of engineering.

·         Analog Electronics - Level taught: 3rd year Industrial Computer Science Students.

 

2004-2007   Professor Assistant, Part time tutor in Electronics.

Ministry of Agriculture – Higher Institute of Fishing and Aquaculture - Bizerta - Tunisia.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Basic Electronics (Notions on Semi-conductors, junction diodes with their principal applications, bipolar transistors, field effect transistors (FET)) Level taught 1st year Common branch students of UET.

·         Numeric Electronics (combinatory and sequential logical systems) - Level taught: 2nd year Branch students of UET in refrigeration and in fishing equipments and techniques.

 

1998-2000   Professor Assistant, Permanent tutor in Physics.

Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Technology – Tunisia.

University of November 7th, in Carthage, Tunisia.

Preparatory Institute of Engineering Studies (PIES) – Mateur, Tunisia.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Physics (Material point mechanics, electricity, geometrical optics, thermodynamics) Level taught: 1st year Mathematics / Physics (MP) and 1st year Physics / Chemistry (PC) of Preparatory Cycle for the entry to Engineering Schools.

 

1997-2004   Professor Assistant, Part-time tutor in Physics.

Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Technology – Tunisia.

University of November 7th, in Carthage, - Bizerta Sciences University - Tunisia.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Physics (Material point mechanics, Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Electrocinetics, geometrical optics) – Level taught: 1st year maitrise in Physics sciences, in Mathematics and Computer sciences, in Life and earth sciences.

 

1990-1991   Professor Assistant, Contractual tutor in Electronics.

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research – Algeria.

Alger University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumedien - Electronics Institute.

Subjects I have taught:

·         General electronics – Level taught: 3rd year Electronics Engineering Students.

·         Electronics Principal Functions – Level taught: 4th year Electronics Engineering Students

 

1989-1991   Professor Assistant, Part-time tutor in Electronics.

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research – Algeria

University of Continuous Training – Alger - Algeria.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Electricity (Electrostatics, Magnetostatics and Electrocinetics) – Level taught: 1st year Physics (High Studies Diploma).

·         Measures and instrumentations (Techniques of transforming physical sizes into electrical ones, captors, electrical measurement instruments) – Level taught: 2nd year Physics (High Studies Diploma).

 

1981-1991   Professor Assistant, Permanent tutor in Electronics.

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research – Algeria.

Alger Polytechnics National School.

Subjects I have taught:

·         General electronics (Review of semi-conductors, junction diodes and their principal applications, bipolar and (FET) transistors, their basic mounting and their principal applications, particularly amplifiers and logical circuits) – Level taught: 3rd year physics, Electronics Engineering.

·         Electronics jargon in the Arabic language (Text presentation dealing with electronics; studying and analysing them in order to enable students to use technical nouns and words in Arabic) - Level taught: 3rd year Physics Electronics Engineering.

·         Electro acoustics (Acoustic signals, techniques of transforming sound into electrical signals and vice versa, techniques of sound recording on magnetic supports) - Level taught 5th year Physics Electronics Engineering.

·         Television (Television reception and emission techniques systems, television receivers electronics) - Level taught: 5th year Physics Electronics Engineering.

 

1981-1986   Professor Assistant, Part-time tutor in Electronics.

Ministry of Interior Affairs - Alger National School of Transmissions - Alger – Algeria.

Subjects I have taught:

·         Electricity (Electrostatics, Magnetostatics and Electrocinetics) – Level taught: 1st year Expert Diploma in Transmission.

·         General electronics – Level taught: 2nd year Expert Diploma in Transmission.

 

IV-     ADMINISTRATIVE AND INDUSTRIAL REFERENCES :

From Nov. 1st, 2000 to Apr. 30th, 2002:   Head of the department of preparatory studies for the contests of mathematics and physics allowing the entry to engineering schools.

Preparatory Institute of Engineering studies (IPEI) – Mateur, Tunisia

Main elaborated works during this period:

·         Working out of tutors and students timetables.

·         Coordination and pedagogical control of tutors.

 

From May 5th, 2002 to Jun. 30th, 2008:   Head of the department of Electronics Engineering.

Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (ISSAT) – Mateur, Tunisia.

Main elaborated works during this period:

·         Elaboration of a plan of studies and a training syllabus in Electronics In the Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology Mateur, Tunisia for both branches: Industrial Systems Electronics (ESI) and Telecommunication Networks (RT).

·         Contribution to the elaboration of a training program in computer science.

·         Elaboration of specifications and consultations, Inventory and acquisition of laboratory equipment of the Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology – Mateur, Tunisia: Analog Electronics, Numerical Electronics, Electrotechnics, Power electronics, Electronic machines control, Automatics, Telecommunication, Signal processing, Electronics workshop and Electronic productics.

·         Working out of tutors and students timetables.

·         Coordination and pedagogical control of tutors.

·         Within the framework of ISSAT Mateur’s adherence to the world university teaching (B.A. / M.A. / PHD), I have elaborated studies plans and training programmes for the following applied B.A’S:

a-      Electrotechnics, Electronics and Automatics (EEA) with its dual branches: Industrial Systems Electronics (ESI) and Autotronics (A.T.: Automobiles Electronics).

b-     Sciences and Technology of Information and Communication (STIC) with its Networks and Telecommunications route (RT).

These two B.A’S have started at ISSAT Mateur for the first time at the beginning of the academic year 2007/2008 while for the second at the beginning of the academic year 2008/2009.

 

From Mars 1980 to Sept. 1981:   State Engineer / In charge of the maintenance of telephone counters of Alger – Algeria.

Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications – Alger, Algeria.

Telecommunications Operational Direction of Alger.

 

V-        SUPERVISION OF STUDY PROJECTS:

1-      More than 15 End-of-Studies projects of 3rd year electronics students specialized in both electronics of industrial systems, and networks and telecommunication. Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (ISSAT) – Mateur, Tunisia.

2-      More than 20 Mini-Projects of 2nd year electronics students and industrial informatics students. Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (ISSAT) – Mateur, Tunisia.

3-      More than 10 End-of-Studies Projects of 5th year electronics engineering students. Alger Polytechnics National School - Algeria.

 

VI-    DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING HANDBOOK:

1- Preparation of three practical fond books in:

·         Electricity for 1st year Electronics students.

·         Electricity and Electronics for 1st year Computer Science students (specialised in Industrial Informatics).

·         Electric circuits for 1st year students (Common branch) of Automatics, Electronics and Electrotechnics (B.A.).

 

2- Preparation of five work sheet courses in:

·         Electricity for 1st year Electronics students.

·         Electronics 1 for 1st year Electronics students.

·         Combinatory Logical Systems for 1st year Electronics students.

·         Electronics 2 for 2nd year Electronics students.

·         Sequential Logical Systems for 2nd year Electronics students.

·         Electrics circuits for 1st year Electronics students.

·         Basics functions of electronics for 2nd year Electronics students.

 

VII-RESEARCH ACTIVITIES – List of publications:

[1] - J. L. Caccia, M. Crochet and K. Saada: ST radar investigations of mountain Lee Waves. Second international conference on Alpine meteorology, Toulouse, France, September 1992.

[2] - J. L. Caccia, M. Crochet and K. Saada: ST radar evolution of the standard deviation of the air vertical velocity disturbed by the local orography. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, vol. 59, N°10, pp. 1127 – 1131, 1997.

[3] - K. Saada: Study of tropospheric propagation of monostatic radioelectric waves by ST radar. Journal of technology, N°1, ENP – Alger, pp 38 – 49; 1986.

 

VIII-   COMPUTER SCIENCE SKILLS :

-          Operating system: Windows.

-          Text processing: Word.

-          Spreadsheet: Excel.

-          Presentation: PowerPoint.

-          Electrical diagram: ISIS,

-          Modelling and simulation: Workbench.

 

IX-          LANGUAGES / LEVEL :

 

Written

Spoken

 

Excellent

Good

Average

Weak

Excellent

Good

Average

Weak

Arabic

X

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

French

X

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

English

 

 

X

 

 

 

X

 

 

X-             VARIOUS ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS :

November 2000 up to now: Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (ISSAT) – Mateur, Tunisia.

·         Member of the scientific council.

·         Member of the discipline council.

·         Member of the committee in charge of the end-of-study projects and the contacts with the industrial companies.

·         Coordinator of End-of-Study projects.

·         In charge of cultural activities of the electronics club.

·         Member of the committee in charge of the correction of physics written exams in the Tunisian national contests allowing the entry to the engineering schools.

·         Member of the committee in charge of the correction of physics oral exams in the Tunisian national contests allowing the entry to the engineering schools.

·         Member of the committee in charge of the  preparation and reflection on the institute projects.

 

                                                                                                                       

 
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