Al Bataineh was born in Irbid, Jordan in 1979. He received his B.S. degree
in Telecommunications Engineering with high honors from the Hijjawi
Faculty for Engineering Technology, Yarmouk University, Jordan, in 2003. During
his undergraduate studies, Mohammad used to be on the Dean's List all the time.
Between 2003 and 2004, he worked as a teaching assistant at Yarmouk university
where he was awarded a scholarship to pursue his graduate studies in the US. He
received his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering with excellent distinction
from Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in 2006 where he maintained a
4.0/4.0 GPA. Between 2006 and 2010, Mohammad was a Ph.D. candidate and
research assistant at Illinois Institute of Technology where he received his
PhD degree in Electrical Engineering with excellent distinction in May 2010
with a 4.0/4.0 GPA as well. His research interests are focused on the
application of communications, coding theory, and information theory concepts
to the interpretation and understanding of information flow in biological
systems such as gene expression. During his PhD studies, he worked as a
Research Assistant at Argonne National Laboratories, Chicago, IL, and
later as a Research and Development (R&D) Engineer at MicroSun
Technologies, Lisle, IL. Between 2010 until now, Mohammad Al Bataineh is an associate
professor in the Telecommunications Engineering Department at (his alma mater)
Hijjawi Faculty for Engineering Technology, Yarmouk University, Jordan. Since Spetember 2016 until now, Mohammad is the chairman of the Telecommunications Engineering Department at Yarmouk
University, Irbid, Jordan. He teaches undergraduate courses in Signals and
Systems, Analog Communications, Communication Systems, Digital Communications,
Probability and Random Processes for the undergraduate level, and Digital
Signal Processing and Information and Coding Theory for the graduate level. Dr.
Mohammad Al Bataineh has served and continues to serve as a Reviewer for many
international conferences and journals. He is an IEEE member an served as Advisor for the IEEE Yarmouk
University IEEE Communications Society Student Branch Chapter in the Jordan
Section since March 2017.
My PhD Thesis title: Analysis
of Genomic Translation Using a Communications Theory
Approach, May 2010, Illinois Institute of Technology.
This YouTube link gives
an idea of my presentation skills: