Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Majmaah
"Dr. Fathi KALLEL is affiliated to Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Majmaah. Dr. Fathi KALLEL is currently providing services as Assistant Professor. Dr. Fathi KALLEL has published numerous publications in various national and international peer-reviewed journals and presented scientific papers across the world. Because of the active association with different societies and academies as well as the contributions, Dr. Fathi KALLEL is been recognized by the subject experts around the world. Dr. Fathi KALLEL contributions are appreciated by various reputed awards. Dr. Fathi KALLEL clinical and scientific research interests include Signal processing (Fast Fourier Transform and Digital Filtering) for cochlear prostheses simulation (Vocoders). 3 - Implantation of a flexible stimulation strategy for cochlear implant on fixed-point DSP processors (TMS 320C6416). - Binaural Hearing aid and Binaural Cochlear implant.."
Signal processing techniques and computer science for the development of efficient tools and software for various technological problems involving those in biomedical . Our research interests and our studies were merely oriented to: - Signal processing (Fast Fourier Transform and Digital Filtering) for cochlear prostheses simulation (Vocoders) . 3 - I mpl a ntation of a flexible stimulation strategy for cochle ar implant on fixed - point DSP processors (TMS 320 C 6416). - Binaural Hearin g aid and Binaural Cochlear implant . - Single channel and microphone array speech enhancement for monaural and binaural biomedical hearing apparatus.Data transmission and Radio Frequenc y link
F. Kallel , A. B. Hamida, R. Laboissière et C. Berger - Vachon, 201 3 . Influence of a shift in frequency distribution and analysis rate on phoneme intelligibility in noisy environments for simulated bilateral cochlear implants , Applied Acoustics , 74 : 10 - 17 .
M. Ghorbel, A. Derbel, F. Kallel , M. Samet, A. B. Hamida, 2014 . Exploring Wavelet Transform Based Methodology for Cochlear Prosthesis Advanced Speech Processing Strategy , Acta Acustica United With Acustica , 100 : 1 0 - 17.