Bachar A. ElHassan got his engineering Diploma in 1991 from the faculty of engineering of the Lebanese University, Tripoli Lebanon, his MS in signal processing in 1992 from the National polytechnic institute (INPG) of Grenoble, France and his PhD in electronics in 1995 from the INPG-France in collaboration with France Telecom. Since 1996 till now he is working at the faculty of engineering of the Lebanese university Tripoli Lebanon where he is now a full professor. He served as chairman of the electrical engineering department for six years. He is also the founder and the director of the laboratory of Telecommunication, Networking and Microwaves (LTRM) of the Doctoral School of Sciences and Technologies (EDST) of the Lebanese University. His research interests concern digital communication and wireless sensor networks. He was the chair of IEEE ComSoc Lebanon chapter between January 2013 and December 2016. He is also the Vice-Chair and the Elected Chair of IEEE Lebanon section. He founded and was the director of the development and training center at the Order of Engineers and Architects Tripoli, Lebanon between July 2009 and December 2013. He is now the Secretary and the Head of Employed Engineers branch at the Order of Engineers and Architects of Tripoli, Lebanon.