Professor Khaled Hayatleh

BEng, PhD

Professor of Electronic Engineering

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics


In addition to teaching Advanced Digital Electronics, Advanced Analogue Electronics, and Advanced Electronics Systems modules I am pursuing a number of research topics.  These include Biomedical Electronics Systems, Radio Frequency Design, and Autonomous Vehicle Navigation Systems.


I also supervise Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research Degree student projects.

Teaching and supervision


Modules taught

I am the module leader for:

  • Advanced Electronics Systems
  • Advanced Digital Electronics
  • Advanced Analogue Electronics

And I also teach other modules.


I have supervised a number of PhD and Masters by Research students through to completion.  I am always interested to hear from potential research students about their project ideas.

Research Students

Name Thesis title Completed
Gokhan Budan Connected and Automated Vehicle Enabled Traffic Intersection Control with Reinforcement Learning 2021


My research interest encompass (amongst other things) Biomedical Engineering, Autonomous Vehicle Navigation Systems and Radio Frequency Circuits.  Current projects include Artificial Intelligence based techniques for artefact minimisation in biomedical systems, Roadsign  and lane marking recognition systems for autonomous vehicles, Electrical Impedance Tomography mammogram design, and image enhancement for MRI systems.



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Professional information

Memberships of professional bodies

  • Senior Member of the IEEE.
  • IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (IEEE-CAS).

Further details

I am an Associated Editor for two international journals. The Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers, and The International Journal of Electronics and Communications.  I was also a Guest editor of the Journal of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing.

Technical Chair of the Oxford Circuits and Systems Conference (OXCAS 2017) at Somerville College, University of Oxford on Tuesday 19th September 2017.