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kamal shahrabi

Dr. Kamal Shahrabi

Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
 kamal.shahrabi@farmingdale.edu
 631-794-6534
 Lupton Hall 246K

Education

Ph.D. Electrical Engineering - City University of New York
M.E. Electrical Engineering - City University of New York
M. Phil. - City University of New York
B.S. Electrical Engineering - New Jersey Institute of Technology


Biography

Academic Experience

  • Professor, 9/1985 to Present
  • Dean, School of Engineering Technology. Appointed 7/1/2007 to 1/2017
  • Executive Director, Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center, 1/2014 to 1/2017
  • Director, Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), 2010 to 2014
  • Director, Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) for Middle and High School, 2010 to 2014
  • PSEG Long Island Environmental Advisory Committee Member, 2016 to Present
  • CUNY - New York Technical College Engineering Technology Advisory Committee Member, 2001 to 2007
  • Union County Community College STEM Advisory Committee Member, 2004 to Present
  • Bronx Community College Engineering Technology Advisory Committee Member, 2003 to Present
  • SolarSuperState Association USA Member, 2016 to Present 
  • ATMAE Board of Accreditation Member 

Professional Activities
  • Trained and approved ATMAE Program Evaluator.
  • Technical Chair of International Journal of Modern Engineering (IJME) Conference, October 2006.
  • General Chair of International Energy and Sustainability Conference, March 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
  • General Chair of ASEE Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, April 2003.
  • Technical Reviewer for ATMAE EECT Division.
  • Member of Advisory Committee for New York Technical College.
  • Member of STEM Advisory Committee for Union County Community College.

Research/Publications

Areas of Special Research

  • Alternative and Sustainability Energy
  • Voice Quality of Service in Cable IP Network
  • Characterization and Design of High Resolution Robots Location and Direction Finding System for Space Station Environment were conducted in collaboration with Professor Donald Schilling of the City University of New York
  • Fast Algorithms for Super Computer (Discrete Fourier Transform and Convolution)
  • Digital Signal Processing and Image Processing
Books
  • Filios, A; Ryu, Y; Shahrabi, K. Nanotechnology for Telecommunication (Chapter 5) CRC Press, ISBN978-1-4200-5325-8, 2010.
Publications

  • Krinker, M.; Shahrabi, K.; Goykadosh, A.; Reusable and Free Energy around Us. Utilization of the Energy, IEEE Xplore: July 2017
  • Krinker, M.; Shahrabi, K.; Goykadosh, A.; Social importance and physical base of GPZ and dowsing: Instrumentation with perspectives of further development, IEEE Xplore: 16 July 2015.
  • Islam, N; Islam, M;  Shahrabi, K. Robust Information Security System Using Steganography, Orthogonal Code and Joint Transform Correlation, International Journal for Light and Electron Optics. 2015.
  • Islam, N: Shahrabi, K Optical Security System Employing Shifted Phase-Encoded Joint Transform Correlation and Orthogonal Code, CEWIT, October 2013.
  • Gao, Q; Shahrabi, K. Using PRNG generated templates to protect fingerprint database Journal of Information Privacy and Security, 8(2):18-32, July 2012.
  • Manno, A; Shahrabi, K. Web 2.0: How It Is Changing How Society Communicates ASEE Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, October 2009, Pennsylvania.
  • Tawfik, H; Shahrabi, K. The Professional Science Master’s (PSM) Degree in Engineering Technology ASEE National Conference, June 2009 Austin, Texas.
  • Filios, A; Ryu, Y; Shahrabi, K. Optical Properties and Applications of Nanoscale Silicon IAJC-IJME International Conference, November 2008, Tennessee.
  • Elgun, S; Shahrabi, K. Solar Airports IAJC-IJME International Conference, November 2008, Tennessee.
  • Tawfik, H; Shahrabi, K. The Effect of Computer Utilization for Problem Solving by Technology Students on Pedagogy, IAJC-IJME International Conference, November 2008, Tennessee.
  • Shahrabi, K.; Sinclair, J. Innovative Integration of Computer Aided Animation in Areas of Product Design, Stress Analysis, and Mechanical Simulation, ATMAE Convention, November 2006, Ohio.
  • Shahrabi, K.; Sinclair, J. Use of Computer Aided Technology in modern Mathematics Education: An experimental Analysis, ASEE Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, November 2006, New Jersey.
  • Shahrabi, K.; Sinclair, J. Effective Computer-Based Courseware Development: “UNIX for Beginners”, ASEE Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, April 2006, New York.
  • Behi, M.; Shahrabi, K; Shohadaee, A New Aqueous Metal Feedstock Materials for Injection Molding Process, Processing and Mechanical Response of Engineering Materials Symposium, June 2006 San Antonio, TX.
  • Li, H.; Shariat, M.; Shahrabi, K., Voice Quality of Service in Cable IP Network Journal of International Modern Engineering, Volume 5, Number 1, Fall 2005.
  • Li, H.; Shahrabi, K.; Setoodehnia, A. Estimation of Oil Saturation Using Neural Network 2005 International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Methods June 2005, Los Vegas.
  • Fung, F.; Shahrabi, K.; Setoodehnia, A. Optical Frequency Division Orthogonal Multiple Access, ASEE National Conference June 2005, Portland.
  • Shariat, M.; Setoodehnia, A; Shahrabi, K Voice Codec & Quality of Service in Cable IP Network The 2004 International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Methods, June 2004, Los Vegas.
  • Setoodehnia, A; Shahrabi, K.  A Spider for Pulse Shaper Characterization, ASEE Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, April 2003, Kean University, Union, New Jersey.
  • Setoodehnia, A; Shahrabi, K.  Estimation of Oil Saturation, ASEE Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, April 2003, Kean University, Union, New Jersey.
  • Fung, F.; Shahrabi, K.  High Speed Optical Satellite Communication and Femtosecond Pulse Shaping; The World Space Week 2002 Conference: "Space and Daily Life”, Oct. 4-10, 2002, Tehran, Iran.
  • Shahrabi, K.; Setoodehnia, A.  Impact of Globalization of Advanced Telecommunication Technologies in Developing Countries: Technology Transfer & New Economic Modes; The World Space Week 2002 Conference: "Space and Daily Life”, Oct. 4-10, 2002, Tehran, Iran.
  • Setoodehnia, A; Shahrabi, K.  Telecommunication and Information Technology, ASEE Zone One Conference, West Point, NY, April 5-6, 2002.
  • Setoodehnia, A; Shahrabi, K.  Faculty Mentoring: Catalyst for Innovation, ASEE Zone One Conference, West Point, NY, April 5-6, 2002.
  • Shahrabi, K.  Implementation of Wireless Technology. World Space Week Conference, Tehran, Oct. 9, 2002.
  • Gadalla, M; Shahrabi, K Proposed Approach to Design an Efficient Program in Industrial Technology. American Society for Engineering Education Mid Atlantic Conference, NY, 2001.
  • Gadalla, M; Shahrabi, K Computer Integrated Design & Manufacturing Technology Degree Program at Kean University. American Society for Engineering Education Mid Atlantic Conference, 2001.
  • Gadalla, M; Shahrabi, K Special Theory of Relativity: Its Applications in Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies. American Society for Engineering Education Mid Atlantic Conference, 2001.
  • Oloomi, H; Shahrabi, K; Zarar, M. A New Approach to Design and Implement High Order Digital Filters, IEEE (MICC 97) Malaysia International Conference on Communication, Nov. 1997.
  • Shahrabi, K. High Resolution Tracking and Location Finding in Space Environment. Proceedings of first annual conference on Space Technology in Developing Countries (S.C. 95-153), May 1995.
  • Shahrabi, K.; Alavi, R. A New Signal Processing Technique for Direction Finding. Proceedings of second annual conference on Technological Advancement in Developing Countries, page 47-54, July 1994.

Awards/Grants

  • Infrastructure, Transportation, Security Center – Funded by SUNY 2020 - $6.65 Million – Cost Share $14.98 Million – Total Project $21.63 Million
  • Engineering: Increasing Enrollments EngINE – Funded by Empire State Development Corporation - $250,000
  • Smart Grid – Rte 110 Corridor – Funded by Department of Energy Subcontract from PSEG - $4,442,688 and Cost Share $4,442,688 – Total Project $8,885,376
  • Strengthening the resources for Software Technology and Computer Security Technology Programs to support Open SUNY initiative – Funded by SUNY $75,000
  • Renewable Clean Energy – Expansion of the Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Energy Technology – Funded by SUNY $305,908

 

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