Prof. Dr. Mohamed Essaaidi Prof. Dr., US based Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE) Senior Member. He has been the Dean of ENSIAS College of Engineering
of Mohammed 5th University in Rabat, Morocco since December 2011 and he was a Professor
of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetuan, Morocco
from 1993 till 2011. He is the founder and Past Chairman of the IEEE Morocco Section,
founder of Joint Morocco Chapter of IEEE Computer & Communication Societies, Founder
and Chair of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society and Joint Chapter of Microwave
Theory and Techniques Society Morocco and founder of IEEE Education Society Morocco
Chapter. He has been also the founding Director of the Morocco Office of Arab Science
and Technology Foundation, ASTF (2006-
Prof. Essaaidi also actively contributed to the establishment of IEEE Tunisia Section, IEEE Algeria Section, and IEEE Iraq Section.
He has authored and co-
Prof. Essaaidi is the founder and has been the General Chair of the Mediterranean Microwave Symposium since the year 2000, he was the General Chair of Information and Communication Technologies International Symposium in 2005 and 2007, the International Conference on Multimedia Systems and Computing in 2009, 2011 and 2012, International Conference on Complex Systems in 2012, 2013, 2015, International Renewable and Sustainable Energy Conference in 2013, 2014, 2015 and American / Moroccan NSF Workshop on Smart Cities in 2015. He has also been involved in the Organizing and Scientific Committees of several other international conferences held worldwide.
Prof. Essaaidi holds 10 patents on antennas for very high data rate UWB and multi-
He was also a member of the IEEE 802.16 Sponsor Ballot Pool of IEEE Standard Association that defined the technical specifications for WiMAX.
Moreover, he has supervised several Ph D and Masters Theses and has been the principal investigator and the project manager for several international research projects with US (NSF and US ARO), Canada, Spain, Finland, Italy, India, Korea, Egypt and Tunisia.
Efficient techniques for Small antennas Design
Small microstrip antennas play an increasingly important role in current and future
wireless technologies. These antennas are compact and offer a very simple geometry
suitable for low cost fabrication and straightforward printed circuit board integration.
More specifically, the impedance matching of the classic printed microstrip antennas
is improved by introducing transitions between the microstrip feed line and the
printed disc. There are several techniques used for miniaturization purpose of microstrip
antennas in order to comply with an increasing radiation elements size restriction
especially for a myriad of mobile and hand-
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Essaaidi
smart phones, tablets and even wearables such as watches enabled with wireless communication technologies. This talk is a comprehensive overview of those techniques with an emphasis on their advantages and limitations.
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|Prof. Atif Shamim|
|Prof. Nemai Chandra Karmakar|
|Prof. Mohammad S. Sharawi|
|Prof. Dr. Ezzeldin A. Soliman|
|Dr. Mohamad Essaaidi|
|Prof. Sedki M Riad|
|A. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Mohamed El-Hadidy|