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Walid Balid

  • Master in Electronic Engineering
  • Graduate Research Assistant
  • University of Oklahoma
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Recent publications

  • On the development of self-powered iot sensor for real-time traffic monitoring in smart cities

    • Balid W
    • Refai H
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  • Development of measurement techniques and tools for coexistence testing of wireless medical devices

    • Balid W
    • Kalaa M
    • Rajab S
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Professional experience

Graduate Research Assistant

University of Oklahoma

August 2013 - Present

R&D Manager


June 2006 - December 2012(7 years)


PhD in Electronic Engineering

University of Aleppo

June 2011 - Present

Master of Electronic Engineering

University of Aleppo

December 2009 - March 2011(a year)

Diploma in Electronic Engineering

University of Aleppo

September 2008 - September 2009(a year)

Bachelor in Electronic Engineering

University of Aleppo

January 2001 - August 2006(6 years)


The Institute of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; University of Aleppo

January 1998 - June 2000(2 years)


Walid Balid is a principal developer, senior research engineer, and manager of the R&D department at AL-AWAIL Co. for electronic engineering in Aleppo, Syria. Walid holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electronic engineering and has lectured as a teaching associate in the department of Automatic Control and Automation at the faculty of electrical and electronic engineering at Aleppo University. He is also a part-time postgraduate researcher. Walid has extensive experience in developing and delivering professional and academic training courses. His main research interests are into embedded systems development and novel constructivist pedagogical methods for engineering education. Walid is a member of the Syrian Engineers Syndicate (SES) and an active support member of the Syrian Computer Society (SCS).

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