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Professor

University of Central Oklahoma

About

Dr. Mohamed G. Bingabr

Professor of Engineering & Physics

Engineering & Physics Department

University of Central Oklahoma

Edmond, OK 73034

Email: mbingabr@uco.edu

Phone: (405) 974-5718

WWW.UCO.edu/cms/engineering

Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities

Cochlear Implant
Investigating human perception of loudness and pitch of sound generated by stimulating electrically the ganglion cells of the cochlea implant users. This research is conducted by utilizing the “NIC” dynamic library provided by Cochlear Corporation to send pulses of varying amplitude, width, and rate, through selected electrodes implanted in the cochlea to stimulate the auditory nerve of an implant user. We are currently investigating the effect of current spread in bipolar and monopolar electrode configurations on speech intelligibility.

Robust Image Transmission

Development of error detection and correction methodology for corrupted JPEG and JPEG2000 images caused by transmission over a noisy wireless channel.

Image Quality Measure
Development of objective image quality measures that will resemble the human subjective image quality measure by taking into account the human visual characteristics.

Classes Taught

Physics 2 for Scientists and Engineers

Circuit Theory

Analog Electronic

Digital Electronic

Engineering Probability and Statistics

Signals and Systems

Digital Signal Processing

Digital Image Processing

Digital and Analog Communications

Wireless Communications

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering

Medical Instrumentation

Medical Imaging

C++ Programming

 

 

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