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Dr. Tarik Namas
Associate Professor Dr.
Vice-Dean for Academic and Students Affairs of FENS
EE Program Coordinator
Education
2017 - PhD Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Electrical Engineering International University of Sarajevo
2008 - MSc. Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Mechatronics & System Engineering International University of Sarajevo
2004 - BSc. Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Electrical Engineering (Telecommunications) Mu'tah University Jordan

Academic Experience

 

TitleFaculty/ProgramUniversityPeriod

Senior Assistant

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering

International University of Sarajevo, BiH

2011 - Present

Technical and Industrial Instructor

Electrical and Electronics Department

Jubail Industrial College

2009 - 2011

Teaching and research assistant

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Science

International University of Sarajevo, BiH

2006 - 2009

Work Experience

TitleEmployerPeriod

IT Assistant

Prince Sultan Military College, Saudi Arabia

2005 - 2006

BIOGRAPHY

Tarik Namas received his MSc degree in systems sciences from the international university of Sarajevo in 2008, after working as a research and teaching assistant from 2006 to 2009 at IUS.  He got his BSc degree in Electrical Engineering majoring in telecommunications from Mutah University in the south of Jordan in 2004. After that he moved to Saudi Arabia to work as a programmer in one of the prestigious colleges at the eastern province (Prince Sultan Military College for Health Sciences).

He worked in Jubail industrial College from 2009 till 2011, which is located at the world's largest industrial city. He joined back IUS at 2011 to start his PhD in the field of electrical engineering.

Tarik Namas has one published conference paper, and his fields of interests are dynamical systems, signal processing, industrial applications of measurement systems and industrial control systems.

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Signal & Image Processing
Dynamic Systems
Medical Electronics and Instrumentation
Control Systems and Control Applications
Industrial measurement systems

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ARTICLES IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

T. Namas; M. Dogruel; "A Feasible and Accurate Technique for Determining the Time-of-Flight in Ultrasonic Distance Measurements" ELMAR 2008 Symposium, Zadar, Croatia

 T.Namas; M.Hasanovic; “Ultrawideband Antipodal Vivaldi Antenna for Road Surface Scanner Based on Inverse Scattering“, ACES 2012, Columbus, Ohio, USA

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TEACHING ACTIVITIES

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:

Electric Circuits (Assistant)
Analogue Electronics (Assistant)
Instrumentation, measurements and process control (Assistant)
Physics (Assistant)
Calculus  (Assistant)
Electrical Machines  (Assistant)
Signals and Systems  (Assistant)

ENS203 Electric Circuits I

Dear electric circuits I class

Here is the sylabus of the course: Syllabus

The follwoing shows the details of classes:

Week 1: Introduction, course mechanics, preliminaries and basic laws

Week 2: Basic laws continued  (Laboratory: introduction to insturments) slides1

Results Test 1

Week 3: Circuit analysis techniques Nodal analysis  (Laboratory: connecting various circuits)

Week 4: Circuit analysis techniques Mesh analysis   (Laboratory: connecting various circuits)

Week 5: Circuit analysis techniques Super position, Thevinin's theorm and max power transfer

Week 6: Op Amps  (Laboratory: Op Amp basic connection)

Week 7: Op Amps and revision  (Laboratory: Op Amp applications)

Week 8: mid-term Storage elements  (Laboratory: introduction to storage elements)

Week 9: Storage elements

Week 10: First order circuits  (Laboratory: first order circuits)

Week 11: First order circuits  (Laboratory: introdcution to arduino)

Week 12: Introduction to AC  ciruits and phasors  (Laboratory: arduino application)

Week 13: Phasors analysis  (Laboratory: arduino application)

Week 14: Revision

 

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EE321 Electrical Machines I

Dear electrical machines class

Here is the sylabus of the course: Syllabus

The follwoing shows the details of classes:

Week 1: Introduction, course mechanics, and preliminaries.

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Week 14: Revision

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