Abdulmajid Mrebit, Ph.D.

Dr. Abdulmajid Mrebit

Visiting Assistant Professor

GAR 260L
513-529-0423
mrebita@MiamiOH.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., Electrical and Computing Engineering
    University of Dayton
    2016
  • M.S., Electrical Engineering
    University of Tripoli
    2008
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering
    Sirte University
    2001

Licensure and Certification

  • Keysight RF and Microwave Industry Ready Student Certification
    University of Dayton
    Dec. 22, 2014

Professional Experience

Part Time Faculty in Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at University Dayton

Fall 2019 Department of Engineering Management, Systems, and Technology
Part Time Faculty
9 Credit Hours

  • Introduction to Digital Electronics
    ECT 224
  • Introduction to Digital Electronics Lab
    ECT 224L
  • Electrical Circuits I Lab
    ECT 110L

Spring 2019 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Part Time Faculty
3 Credit Hours

  • Electrical and Electronic Circuits
    EGR 203

Fall 2018 Department of Engineering Management, Systems, and Technology
Part Time Faculty
9 Credit Hours

  • Introduction to Digital Electronics
    ECT 224
  • Introduction to Digital Electronics Lab
    ECT 224L
  • Electrical Circuits I Lab
    ECT 110L

Spring 2018 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Part Time Faculty
3 Credit Hours

  • Radar Track Processing
    ECE 595

Fall 2017 Department of Engineering Management, Systems, and Technology
Part Time Faculty
6 Credit Hours

  • Electronic Devices II
    ECT 306
  • Electronic Devices II Lab
    ECT 306L

Summer 2017, 2018, & 2019 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Part Time Faculty
3 Credit Hours

  • Applied Electromagnetics
    ECE 333

Fall 2016 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Co-Instructor
3 Credit Hours

  • Introduction to Radar
    ECE_595_02

Spring 2016 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Graduate Assistant
3 Credit Hours

  • RF Microwave Measurement Lab
    ECE_595_09

Fall 2015 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Graduate Assistant
3 Credit Hours

  • Applied Electromagnetics
    EE 333

Fall & Spring 2015 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Teaching Assistant Volunteer
1 Credit Hours

  • Circuit Lab
    EE 201L

Adjunct instructor in the electrical Training Department (ET) at Education Corporation of America (Brightwood College-Dayton)

  • Electronic Trades
    February 2017 – June 2018

Lecturer Assistant in Electrical & Electronic Engineering Department at Aljabal Elgharbi University from September 2008 to September 2010

  • Mathematics I
    GS 101
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall & Spring 2010
  • Electronic Fundamentals
    EE 212
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall 2008
  • Electrical Networks
    EE 202
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall 2008 to Spring 2010
  • Introduction to Microprocessor
    EE 333
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall 2008 to Spring 2010
  • Computer Application & Design Lab
    EE 491
    4 Credit Hours
    Fall 2008 to Spring 2010
  • Control & Computer Lab. II
    EE 531
    4 Credit Hours
    Fall & Spring 2010

Lecturer assistant in Electrical & Electronic Engineering Department at Higher Institute for Comprehensive Careers in Zahra Fall & Spring 2008

  • Electronic Fundamentals Lab
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall & Spring 2010
  • Visual Basic Programming
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall 2008

Lecturer assistant in Electrical and Electronic Professions Department at Higher Institute for Comprehensive Careers in Qasr Bin Ghashir

  • Power Station
    6 Credit Hours
    Fall & Spring 2008
  • Power System Simulation with Matlab
    3 Credit Hours
    Spring 2008
  • Matlab Programing
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall 2009

Lecturer assistant in Electrical and Electronic Professions Department at Comprehensive Careers in Azizia, Libya

  • Digital Electronic
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall & Spring 2008
  • Circuit Lab. I
    3 Credit Hours
    Fall 2008

Technical Skills

  • Radar System Design
    • Optimizing the scan rate of multiple radar system, to increase the probability of detection and decrease the probability of false alarm.
    • Applying Kalman filter estimator to track multiple targets.
    • Applying fuzzy controller to improve the detection and tracking performance.
  • Signal Processing
    • Digital filter design
  • Power System Stability and Control
    • Simulate a single and multiple machine power system
    • Designing the optimal feedback controller to stabilize the system voltage and frequency
  • Digital Systems
    • Combinational and Sequential Circuits Design
  • Good communication skills
  • Linear, Nonlinear, adaptive &optimal Control Systems
  • Strong mathematical background & ability to train others
  • Extensive experience with MATLAB and Simulink software, as well as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. ➢ Familiar with machine learning (neural networks)
  • Familiar with PLC, C++ , Autodesk, and assembler
  • Familiar with VHDL hardware/software integration
  • Familiar with RF/Microwave Design and Measurement
  • Familiar with Network analysis and Spectrum Analysis
  • Familiar with Keysight ADS/Genesys
  • Self-motivated and work well in a team environment
  • Eight Years Teaching Experience in Electrical Engineering

Research Activity

  • Assigned as a reviewer with SPIE Journal of Applied Remote Sensing

Publications

  1. Abdulmajid Mrebit, M. C. Wicks, “Improved Detection and Track Processing Through Scan-to-Scan Processing and Scan Rate Modulation,” IEEE NAECON-OIS, Dayton OH, Jun 2015.
  2. Mrebit, Hamdi Abdelbagi1, “FPGA-Based Coherent Doppler Processor for Marine Radar Applications” IEEE NAECON-OIS, Dayton OH, Jun 2015.
  3. Abdulmajid Mrebit, M. C. Wicks, “Improving the Probability of Detection inside the Intersection Area of Two-Radar System Based upon Scan-to-Scan Processing, Scan Rate Modulation, and Probability Fusion Rules,” J. Appl. Remote Sens. 10(3), 036024 (2016), doi: 10.1117/1. JRS.10.036024. 2016 SPIE
  4. Abdulmajid Mrebit, M. C. Wicks, “Detection Analysis for Two Radar Systems Based on Numerical Computation and Probability Fusion Rules for Detection Decision,” IEEE NAECON-OIS, Dayton ,OH, Jun 2016.
  5. M. Aljohani, H. Abdelbagi, L. L. Monte, A. Mrebit and M. C. Wicks, "ISAR imaging with pseudo-coherent marine radars," International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017), Belfast, 2017, pp. 1-5.doi: 10.1049/cp.2017.0507
  6. Ibrahim Aldaouab, Abdulmajid Mrebit, and Abdulmunim Guwaeder "Balancing battery and thermal storage for raised renewable energy penetration for microgrid", Proc. SPIE 10973, Smart Structures and NDE for Energy Systems and Industry 4.0, 109730V (18 March 2019).
  7. Mansour Aljohani 1;2∗, Abdulmajid Mrebit 2, Lorenzo Lo Monte 3, Michael C. Wicks “Radar Imaging Using Pseudo-Coherent Marine Radar Technology”, IET Research Journal Papers (under reviewing)