Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
Dr. Amleh teaches Electrical and Computer Engineering courses at Penn State Mont Alto. Previously, he was an associate instructor with the department of electrical and computer engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology. He received the Best Instructor Award and the Edward Peskin Award for outstanding academic achievement from Stevens and the Faculty Scholar Award for research excellence from Penn State Mont Alto. Dr. Amleh's research interest is in the area of wireless communications, with emphasis on signal processing for communications, code division multiple access (CDMA), orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), detection and estimation, and stochastic signal processing.
Most Recent Publications
Khaled Amleh, Hongbin Li, and Tao Li, "Robust channel estimation and detection for single-carrier and multi-carrier block transmission systems, " IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology , vol. 59, no. 2, pp. 662-672, February 2010.
Amleh, Khaled and Hongbin Li. 2008. Blind Channel estimation and interference suppression for single-carrier and multi-carrier block transmission systems. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 57(5)(September):2779-91.
Amleh, Khaled and Hongbin Li. 2008. A robust approach to channel estimation and detection for OFDM systems. IET Electronics Letters 44(15)(July):919:920.
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2003
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, New York Institute of Technology, 1996
M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Long Island University, 1994
Office: 314 Science Technology Building