Dr. Ali Harmouch

Dr. Ali Harmouch

Dr. Ali Harmouch

Ali H. Harmouch received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering (with distinction) from
Moscow Technical University of Telecommunication and Informatics (MTUCI), Moscow, Russia,
1998. He was selected among foreign graduates to be the winner of the university annual
scholarship for continuing PhD studies at the same institution. At the same time, the thesis was also
supported financially by a Saudi scholarship mainly from Taiba Association. In 2001 he accomplished
his PhD thesis and obtained two patents during the doctoral period. From 1995 to 2001 he was a
Graduate Research Assistant at the Antennas and Electrodynamics Laboratory (MTUCI), where he
worked on modeling and testing of different antennas for monitoring radio spectrum and mainly
miniaturized antenna systems for wireless mobile applications. From 1999 till 2001 he was
appointed as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Antenna’s Department at MTUCI where he taught
laboratory courses and supervised some Master projects. In 2001 he joined Belize University (In the
Caribbean) as a teaching assistant as well as English language student. In 2004, He has joined
Balamand University and Notre Dame University in Lebanon as an assistant professor. In 2008 he has
joined the Lebanese University, Faculty of Engineering, First Branch, and was promoted to Associate
Professor in 2009. He has been an active member in the LASTER research group at the doctoral
school of the Lebanese University for about four years. His current research interests include the
use of numerical methods in electromagnetics to model antennas for mobile communications;
invent new antenna models useful for aerospace technologies, missile technologies and also for oil
drilling devices. In 1998, he was awarded The Trophy of Culture by the Minister of Higher education,
and also by various Lebanese associations for his continuous innovations. Recently, Dr. Ali Harmouch
has been selected as a chair of the ICT society at the Orders of Engineers in Tripoli as well as a
member of the Scientific Committee.