Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering
Ahmed Aldabbagh awarded a PhD in 2014 from De Montfort University. Between 2014-2016 he worked as a lecturer at Leicester International College. In 2016 he worked as Research Associate at Nottingham Trent University, where he carried out research on the relationship between customer behaviour in shopping environments and emotional response using bio-sensors deployed with smart phones. Between 2017-2018 he joined the University of Nottingham International College, Since 2018 he has been an academic member as Teaching Assistant, Then Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Nottingham.
(Postgraduate taught) PGT Exam Officer
Module convener EEEE3096
Contributing to the teaching of the following modules;
EEEE2096 Practical Engineering design Solutions and Project developments / Electronics project-Filter Design
EEEE3096 Analogue Electronics (Amplifier Design)
EEEE3001/4008 Final year individual project
EEEE4129 MSc individual Projects
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