In the academic positions held over the past Fifteen years at different Universities (both national and international), I have demonstrated academic leadership in terms of course design, course coordination and study guides preparation. Students and colleagues have complimented me on my helpful manner and tactful handling of difficult situations. The important teaching duties are highlighted below:

  • June - 2017February - 2013

    Chancellors Post Doctoral Research Fellow

    University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney, Australia.

  • • Course preparation of University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Biomedical Engineering program - duties include preparation of the subject materials (lectures, labs and tutorials), collation of examinations and results. At UTS, I taught various undergraduate courses from Electrical, Electronics and Biomedical Engineering disciplines, which include: Introductory Digital Systems (48441), Introduction to Electrical Engineering (48510), Biomedical signal processing (42906), Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic (49275), Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering (41101) and Biomedical Instrumentation (49261). I have designed laboratory manuals, lectures and tutorial for the Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering (41101) and Biomedical Instrumentation (49261), core subjects of the Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate programs. I was also involved in course and curriculum development and teaching in the subject Technology, Methods and Creative Practice (81540) - subject for undergraduate course in summer semester – UTS: Creative Intelligence and Innovation (2016).
  • January - 2013August - 2008

    Lecturer/Teacher

    RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

  • • Coordination of Associate degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering Program at RMIT University (August 2008 – January 2013)- duties include preparation of subject guides, interviews with potential students to select subject components, modes of learning and modes of assessment, teaching into many of the units, assessment, negotiation with staff from other faculties on student requirements, on-going course development. AT RMIT, I have coordinated and taught various undergraduate subjects such as – Digital System Design, Analog Electronics, Electronics Circuits and Engineering Application Software (MATLAB, Pspice and AutoCAD). Apart from that, I have also designed and developed course books for the EEET2283 (Electrical and Electronics circuit design) and EEET2281 (Digital system design) courses. Both were part of Program and Courseware Enhancement (PACE)/Learning and Teaching Investment Fund (LTIF) project, 2008-2009.