Dr Hassan Ali

Dr. Hassan obtained his first class B.Eng degree in electrical engineering, and a Gold and a Silver medal from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology (MUET), Pakistan. For the next five years, he served in the Energy Sector of Pakistan as Project Officer, Ministry of Water & Power, on the project development, management and implementation of independent power projects (IPPs). In 2003, he received his Ph.D. degree in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Melbourne, Australia under the Overseas Postgraduate Research Scholarship (OPRS) and Melbourne International Research Scholarship (MIRS). From 2002 to 2003, he was a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia. He also held the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, where he also served in the capacity of Communications Strand Lead and member of Faculty Research Committee. In 2008, he joined UON Singapore as a Lecturer (Electrical Engineering), and he is currently the Academic Coordinator (Engineering).

He served on the committees of the 3rd ASEAN-Australian Engineering Congress 2015 (Singapore) [Organizing and Technical Programme Committee] and the 3rd International Conference on Computer Technology and Development (ICCTD 2011), Chengdu, China [Technical Programme Committee].


  • PhD (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), University of Melbourne, 2003


  • channel estimation and equalization in wireless and mobile communications

Research Areas:

  • wireless communications
  • embedded systems
  • electronics design
  • emissions monitoring
  • energy planning

Topics Covered:

  • channel estimation, equalization, and PAR reduction in OFDM systems
  • SAR ADC converters
  • brain machine interface, computer arithmetic and algorithms
  • smart energy monitoring
  • design and development of biomedical assistive devices and systems, carbon capture and storage, carbon emissions