Mohamed A. Zohdy, Ph.D.

Mohamed A. Zohdy, Ph.D.
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
342 EC; (248) 370-2234; Fax: (248) 370-4633
zohdyma@oakland.edu
secs.oakland.edu/~zohdyma

Education

  • B.A.Sc Elect. Eng. (1st Hons), University of Cairo
  • M.A.Sc Elect. Eng., University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Ph.D. Elect. Eng. (Medal), University of Waterloo, Canada

Teaching

  • Signal and Linear Systems Analysis
  • Optimal Control Theory
  • Automatic Control Systems
  • Optimal Estimation
  • Digital control

Previous Positions

  • Faculty member at Cairo and Waterloo Universities
  • Senior Research Engineer in Egyptian and Canadian industry

Research

Advanced control and estimation, intelligent pattern information processing, neural,
fuzzy, evolutionary systems, chaos control, smart simulation, hybrid systems.
Research contracts with government, industry; recent seed funds on Fuel Cell
modeling and control for transportation, hold considerable promise for improving
vehicle energy supply, also FCA Powertrain controls, Lear Power Electronics, Kia
motors, NSF, USAID.

Selected Publications

1. “Application of HyperFuzzy Modeling and Control for Bioinspired
Systems,” ICCAE, 2011.

2. “Unscented Kalman Filters for Continuous Phase FSK Equalizations,”
ICII, 2011.

3. “Modeling Nonlinear Systems using Multiple Piecewise Linear
Equations,” Nonlinear Analysis and Modeling and Control, 2010.

4. “An accurate Model of Polyglutamine,” Proteins Structure Function and
Bioinformatics, 2010.

5. “Robust Motion Control of Biped Walking Robot,” WSEA Trans
Systems and Control, 2010.

Industry Experience

Rolls Royce, Spar, GM Research, DaimlerChrysler

Professional Association

  • IEEE SEM Director Students Activities
  • Aerial Robotic Competition
  • ESE UGCC, SECS UGCC
  • MSSI NSF term
  • King/Chavez/Parks and McCree Programs
  • SME/ESD Future City Competition

Grants

  • PI, “Fuel Cell System for Transportation”, $25K, USDA(DOE), 2003.
  • PI, “Sensors and Actuator application” GMPT, in-kind, 2003.
  • PI, “Fuel cell modelling”, REF, State of MI, 2003.
  • PI, “Collaborative multiple robot control”, USRS, 2002.
  • PI, “Automotive Control”, World Bank 2003, Pending