After my PhD in 2014, I was offered a research position in Equipment Academy in Beijing, China. (see more)
I completed my PhD research at Instituto de Telecomunicações from November 2011 to October 2013, and was supervised by Professor José M. Bioucas-Dias. I spent the two years studying the topic of interferometric phase estimation via sparse coding in the complex domain. During this period, I addressed interferometric phase image estimation problem. The new sparse-coding-based approach to interferometric phase estimation, termed the SpInPHASE, was proposed with the help of Professor Bioucas. I also attended two courses in IT, “Inverse Problems in Imaging” by Professor Bioucas and “Nonlinear Optimization” by Professor João Xavier.
With the supervision of Bioucas, IT provided me the chance to learn much more beyond my research. I also got the meticulous scholarship from Bioucas and the conditions to enter the research field of interferometric phase image estimation during my studies.
After my PhD in 2014, I was offered a research position in Equipment Academy in Beijing, China. I continued my research in phase denoising by the complex valued dictionary learned from the group sparsity vectors and the research of training multiresolution complex valued dictionaries. Actually, all of my research now is based on my gains in IT. No words can express my grateful thanks to IT.
Now, I'm persuing my research activities with EMC group in Politecnico di Torino and I was awarded “Best Young Investigator Training Program" (YITP) at the IEEE Signal and Power Integrity workshop in Torino, Italy. (see more)
I started my research experience with IT in Aveiro, in 2009, carrying out my final project in the framework of a collaboration between the Institut Supérieure des Sciences Appliquée et de Technologie (INSAT) Tunisia and IT in Aveiro with
Professors José Carlos Pedro and Telmo Cunha. After that, I continued my research activities in the Wireless Circuits and Systems group.
I finished my PhD thesis, at the Universidade de Aveiro (UA) in 2013, in Behavioral Modeling Optimization and Enhancement for High-Speed Analog Mixed-Signal I/O interfaces. I also gave some lectures in Portuguese, at UA, in "Aplicações para Ciências e Engenharia" (ACE) and "Sistemas Digitais".
I joined the Institut Supérieur des Sciences Appliquées et de Technologie de Sousse (ISSATso) in Tunisia as an Assistant Professor in September 2015. Now, I'm persuing my research activities with EMC group in Politecnico di Torino and I
was awarded “Best Young Investigator Training Program" (YITP) at the IEEE Signal and Power Integrity workshop in Torino, Italy.
I am adapting my skills and knowledge and continuing my research activities at both academia and industrial levels. I am also working as a consultant in the Careers and Skills Certification Center at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, in Tunisia, while maintaining a close contact and collaboration with many groups of IT in Aveiro, as well as other Universities in North Africa, France, Italy, Portugal, Netherland, etc.
I am grateful to IT in Aveiro for giving me polyvalent analytical skills and practical experiences in a creative environment in the fields of wireless and optical communications with multinational and multicultural scientists, such as Professors José Carlos Pedro, Telmo Cunha, Luis Nero, Antonio Teixeira, and other scientists such as Hugo Teixeira and Pedro Cruz.
The IT technical staff have also provided excellent and professional services and the atmosphere was positive and welcoming. IT was a great place to work and forge long lasting collaborations and friendships.