I have a broad experience with Electronics, Telecommunications, Signal and Image/video Processing, Wave Propagation, Computer Vision and Machine Learning, Amazon cloud services. This is combined with a strong understanding of computer literacy and programming in several languages. I applied my expertise in a number of scientific, businesses and practical systems including but not limited to: signal, image and video processing, telecommunications, biometrics, motion analysis systems, and medical imaging. In my spare time, I am actively involved in a number of projects expanding the approaches I previously developed with colleagues from Curtin University, University of Western Australia, Swimming Australia, Australia Institute of Sport, WA Institute of Sport, and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
Past 5 years:
- 2015-Current: Chief Scientist and Co-Founder: MyFiziq Limited
- 2015-2018: Adjunct Research Assistant Professor: School of Computer Science & Software Engineering, UWA
- 2014-2015: Senior Research Fellow: Swimming Australia and WA Institute of Sports.
- 2014-2015: Research Assistant Professor: School of Sport Science, Exercise and Health, UWA
- 2009-2013: Research Assistant Professor: School of Computer Science & Software Engineering, UWA, Swimming Australia and Australia Inistitue of Sport
- Fully automated non-invasive system for the diagnoses and assessment of speech disorders
- Novel multi-modality machine learning based approaches for the reconstruction and analysis of an ecologically valid subject specific human models for sport and health applications
- Automatic Markerless Three-Dimensional Motion Analysis System for Aquatic Environments
- The use of Markerless athlete tracking system and 3D pole-plant kinetics in the optimisation of elite pole-vaulters
- 3D Motion Analysis System to Study Patients with Tremor after Deep Brain Stimulation
- Efficient, novel and adaptive signaling system for deep brain stimulation
- Novel low cost non-invasive multidimensional sensing system for automatic fatigue detection
- New Approaches to Study the Influence of Body Segments Inertial Parameters in Sport
- Markerless Pose, Shape and Action Recognitions of Human
- Biometrics from imagery, videos and speech
- Digital signal, image and video processing, modelling and systems
- Wireless Communications
- Computer Vision and Machine Learning (caffe, caffe2, Tensorflow, Onnx, Keras, Pytorch, CoreML)
- Sport science, exercise and health
- Programming in C/C++, Objective-C /C++, Python, Matlab, Fortran
- Amazon cloud services including serverless applications
- IEEE member for over 14 years.
- Shortlisted for Curtinnovation award (2018)
- An Acknowledgment from Swimming Australia with a T-shirt signed by several elite swimmers.
- Abd El-Sallam, A., Y. H. Leung, and A. M. Zoubir. 2005. "A Frequency Domain Sphericity Test Based Approach for Parsimonious RAKE Receiver in CDMA Systems." In International Symposium on Signal Processing and Its Applications (ISSPA'05), Aug 28, 2005, Sydney, Australia: IEEE.
- El-Sallam, A. A. A., Y. H. Leung, and A. M. Zoubir. 2005. "On The Selection of Significant Multipath Components For Parsimonious DS-CDMA RAKE Receiver: A Covariance Bootstrap Based Approach." In Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC'05), Oct 3, 2005, Perth, WA: IEEE.
- Abd Elsallam, A., and A. Zoubir. 2005. "Fast Adaptive Channel Estimation Algorithms for CDMA Systems,." In IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing 2005, Mar 18, 2005, Philadelphia, PA, USA: IEEE.
- El-Sallam, A. A. A., Y. H. Leung, and A. M. Zoubir. 2003. "An F-Statistic Frequency Domain Based Approach To The Optimum Design of RAKE Receiver Structure For CDMA Systems." In ISSPIT 2003, Dec 1, 2003, Darmstadt, Germany: IEEE.