Mohammad Saquib

Professor - Electrical Engineering
 
972-883-4130
ECN4920
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Professional Preparation

Ph. D - Electrical Engineering
Rutgers University - 1998
M.S. - Electrical Engineering
Rutgers University - 1995
B.S. - Electrical Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology - 1991

Research Areas

Research Interests
M. Saquib's research interests include various aspects of wireless data transmission including system modeling and performance, signal processing and radio resource management, with emphasis on open access techniques for spectrum sharing. His research interests also include designing low-cost signal processing techniques for radar and medical applications. 

Publications

Multipath Analysis and Mitigation for Wideband Aeronautical Telemetry I. Williams and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (accepted, December 2011) 2011 - Publication
Pseudo Random Binary Phase Oset Scheme for Multi-carrier Delay Diversity Modulation A. Sadeque and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 10 5 (May 2011) 1495 - 1503 2011 - Publication
Analytical Framework for WLAN-Cellular Voice Handover Evaluation T. Ali and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (accepted, December 2011) 2011 - Publication
Performance Evaluation of WLAN/Cellular Media Access for Mobile Voice Users under Random Mobility Models T. Ali and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 10 5 (October 2011) 3241 - 3254 2011 - Publication
Fixed and Floating Point Implementations of Linear Adaptive Techniques for Predicting Physiological Hand Tremor in Microsurgery B. Robinson, D. Hernandez and M. Saquib IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing; Model Order Selection in Signal Processing, 4 3 (June 2010) 659 - 667 2010 - Publication
Interference Cancellation and Signal Direction Finding with Low Complexity L. D. Schmieder, D. Mellon and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 46 3 (July 2010) 1052 - 1063 2010 - Publication
A Fault-Tolerant Interconnect Mechanism for NMR Nano-Architectures A. Namazi, M. Nourani and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration Systems, 18 10 (October 2010) 1433 - 1446 2010 - Publication
Performance Analysis of Spread Spectrum Protocols with Adaptive Spreading IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 9 3 (March 2010) 1063 - 1073 2010 - Publication
Game Theoretic Approach to Joint Transmitter Adaptation and Power Control in Wireless Systems D. Popescu, D. Rawat, O. Popescu and M. Saquib IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B: Cybernetics; Special Issue: Game Theory, 40 3 (June 2010) 675 - 682 2010 - Publication
Optimum Pilot-to-Data Power Ratio for Partial RAKE Receiver in Nakagami-m Fading Channels K. Jitvanichphaibool, M. Saquib and O. Popescu IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 8 1 (January 2009) 136 - 147 2009 - Publication

Appointments

Associate Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2006–Present]
Donald Ceil & Elaune T. Delaune Endowed Assistant Professor
Louisiana State University [2000–2000]
Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2000–2006]
Assistant Professor
Louisiana State University [1999–2000]

Additional Information

Professional recognitions, honors, memberships, etc
  • Senior Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2009 - present
  • Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1998 - 2008
  • Associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2004 - present
  • Associate editor of IEEE Communications Letters, 2002 - 2008
  • Best student paper award in IEEE International Waveform Diversity and Design Conference, 2009, for paper Signal Direction Finding with Low Complexity" received by graduate student L. D. Schmieder
  • Best paper award in International Test Synthesis Workshop (ITSW), 2007, for paper A Robust Interconnect Mechanism for Nanometer VLSI"
  • Best student paper award finalist in IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2006, for paper Signal Processing Aided Opportunistic Decoding for Wireless Networks"
  • Best doctoral dissertation award received by graduate student Yanxin Na for her thesis A Trade-of Study Between Diversity Branches and Channel Estimation Errors in Broadband Wireless Com- munications," Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2005
  • Best teaching award for excellence in teaching Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications Classes," Dean of the School of Engineering, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2002 - 2003
  • Donald Ceil & Elaune T. Delaune Endowed professorship, Dean of the College of Engineering, Louisiana State University, January 2000 - December 2004
  • James Leroy Potter award for original investigation of the joint-work An Asynchronous Multi-rate Decorrelator" received by undergraduate student A. Ganti, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Rutgers University, 1996
  • Nomination for Best teaching assistant, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Rutgers University, 1994
  • Government merit scholarship, Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1986-1991
  • Two silver medals for outstanding performance (within 0.01% of the nation) in Higher Secondary and Secondary School certificate examinations, Vice Chancellor, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, 1984 and 1982
Honors and Awards

2007- Best paper award in International Test Synthesis Workshop (ITSW)
2005 - 2006 Student's paper was in the Best student paper award finalist in IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2006
2004-2005 Supervised Student received best Ph.D. Thesis Award
2002-2003 Electrical Engineering Outstanding Teaching Award

News Articles

Engineering Professor Connects to Classes with Energy, Enthusiasm
Dr. Mohammad Saquib, professor of electrical engineering in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, said he received one of his most important professional lessons from his father, a high school teacher: Energy and enthusiasm are key to effective teaching.

Students and faculty who interact with Saquib, a recipient of a 2014 University of Texas System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award, vouch that he has followed his father’s words well.