Abdul-Halim M. Jallad received the PhD degree from the University of Surrey in 2009, and the BEng degree in from the University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom, in 2003 after receiving several academic achievement prizes. At the University of Surrey he was a member of the Surrey Space Centre where he was involved in several research and development projects in collaboration with Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL), a world leader in the development of small satellites.
He then joined Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan in 2009 as an assistant professor. While at Al-Zaytoonah University he founded and directed the Advanced Embedded Systems Research Lab. In 2011 he served as the Chair of the Computer and Communications Engineering (CCE) Department. He was awarded with the Jordan Engineers Association prize for innovative young engineers in 2011.
His research interests include embedded systems, system-on-chip design, distributed embedded computing, spacecraft on-board data handling, middleware design, VLSI design and reconfigurable architectures.
- Ph.D., Computer Engineering, High Speed VLSI and Embedded Systems Group, Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey, UK, 2009.
- BEng, Electronics Engineering, University of Kent, UK, 2003.
- Distributed Embedded Systems
- Satellite On-Board Data Handling Systems,
- Wireless Sensor Networks,
- Network-on-Chip based Multi-Processor System-on-chip, Middleware for embedded systems,
- System-on-Chip Design, Efficient FPGA-based designs,
- Reconfigurable Computing.
“Space-Based Wireless Sensor Networks”, Abdul-Halim Jallad and Tanya Vladimirova, accepted to the AIAA Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication.
“Data-Centricity for Wireless Sensor Networks”, Abdul-Halim Jallad and Tanya Vladimirova, Guide to Wireless Sensor Networks (Springer) book edited by Sudip Misra, 2009, pp 183-204.
“Distributed Computing in Reconfigurable Picosatellite Networks”, Tanya Vladimirova, Xiaofeng Wu, Abdul-Halim Jallad and Christopher P. Bridges, the 2nd NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, Edinburgh, UK, 2007.
“Characterizing Wireless Sensor Motes for Space Applications”, Tanya Vladimirova, Christopher P. Bridges, George Prassinos, Xiaofeng Wu, Kawsu Sidibeh, David J. Barnhart, Abdul-Halim Jallad, Jean R. Paul, Vaios Lappas, Adam Baker, Kevin Maynard and Rodger Magness, the 2nd NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, Edinburgh, UK, 2007.
“Enabling Technologies for Distributed Picosatellite Missions in LEO”, Tanya Vladimirova, Xiaofeng Wu, Kawsu Sidibeh, David Barnhart, and Abdul-Halim Jallad, 1st NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, Istanbul, Turkey, 2006.
“Distributed Computing for Formation-Flying missions”, Abdul-Halim Jallad and Tanya Vladimirova, 4th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA-06).
“Operating Systems for wireless sensor networks in space”, Abdul-Halim Jallad and Tanya Vladimirova, Military and Aerospace conference on Programmable Logic Devices (MAPLD), Washington DC, Sep 2005.