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Dr. Ezzat G. Bakhoum

Biography:

Dr. Ezzat Bakhoum, Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, is the first author or sole author of 44 peer-reviewed journal articles. He also brings 13 years of industrial experience, including seven years in engineering management. In addition, he holds 10 patents in such areas as digital signature verification technology for credit cards, industrial static dischargers, and ultracapacitors for electric vehicles.

Bakhoum joined UWF in 2006 after teaching for five years at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Prior to that, he worked for Lockheed Martin and ESD Research Inc. Bakhoum received a B.S. degree from Ain Shams University in Egypt before attending Duke University, where he received a M.S. and a Ph.D.  All his degrees are in electrical engineering. His research has ranged into many fields as he examined ways to detect meat spoilage, techniques for data acquisition, laser-activated gold nanoparticles, miniature dew point sensors and other applications of electrical engineering.

Degrees & Institutions:

Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Duke University, 1994
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Duke University, 1989
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Egypt, 1986

Research:

His research has ranged into many fields as he examined ways to detect meat spoilage, techniques for data acquisition, laser-activated gold nanoparticles, miniature dew point sensors and other applications of electrical engineering. Other research projects include; Electromagnetics, Communication systems, Sensors, Energy storage devices.

Current Courses:

  • Communication Systems & Components
  • Electromagnetic Fields & Applications I
  • Electronic Circuits II

Classes Taught:

    • Communication Systems & Components
    • Electromagnetic Fields & Applications I
    • Electronic Circuits II
    • Solid-State Electronic Devices

Publications:

    Dr. Ezzat Bakhoum wrote the book, “Micro and Nano-Scale Sensors and Transducers,” and is a reviewer for several scholarly publications. Bakhoum’s research has been published in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement; IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology; IEEE Sensors Journal; IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical systems; and many other publications.


Keywords: digital signature verification technology, static charge eliminator, laser-activated gold nanoparticles, ultracapacitors for electric vehicles, micro and nano-scale sensors and transducers