Ali Al-sharadqah, PhD (CV)

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Mississippi



EDUCATION

2011      Applied Mathematics, PhD
      University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
      Major/ Minor : Statistics/ Biostatistics
      Advisor: Professor Nikolai Chernov


2004/1      Mathematics, MSc/BSC
      Jordan University of Science and Technology
      Research area: Functional analysis
      Advisor: Professor Saleh Abdullah

RESEARCH INTERESTS


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Aug 2011-20?? Visiting Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics University of Mississippi, MS, US
Summer 2012 Visiting Research Fellow Department of Computer Science Okayama University, Okayama, Japan
Jan 2007-May 2011 Graduate Teaching Assistant Department of Mathematics UAB, AL, US
Aug 2006-Jan 2007 Graduate Teaching assistant Department of Mathematics and Statistics Central Michigan University, MI, US
Aug 2005-Aug 2006 Lecturer Department of Mathematics and Statistics King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia
Aug 2001-Aug 2005 Math Teacher Model School Yarmouk University, Jordan

PUBLICATIONS

International Papers

  1. A. Al-Sharadqah, N. Chernov. Error analysis for circle fitting algorithms. Electronic Journal of Statistics, 3: 886-911, 2009.
  2. A. Al-Sharadqah, N. Chernov. Statistical analysis of curve fitting methods in Errors-In-Variables models, Theory of probability and Mathematical Stat. Journal, 84 (2011), 4-17.
  3. A. Al-Sharadqah, N. Chernov, Q. Huang. Errors-In-Variables regression and the problem of moments, Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics (to appear)
  4. A. Al-Sharadqah, N. Chernov. A doubly optimal ellipse fit, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 56 (2012), 2771-2781
  5. A. Al-Sharadqah, K. Kanatani, N. Chernov, and Y. Sugaya. Renormalization Returns: Hyper-renormalization and Its Applications, Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2012), October 2012, Florence (Firenze), Italy, Vol. 3, pp. 385-398.
  6. A. Al-Sharadqah, K. Kanatani, N. Chernov, and Y. Sugaya. Hyperaccurate renormalization and its applications in computer vision (submitted to International Journal of Computer Vision).

Conference/Miscellaneous Papers

  1. A. Al-Sharadqah, N. Chernov, K. Kanatani, and Y. Sugaya, Hyper-renormalization (in Japanese), IPSJ Technical Report, Vol. 2012-CVIM-180, No. 23, January 2012, pp. 1--8.
  2. A. Al-Sharadqah, N. Chernov, K. Kanatani, and Y. Sugaya, Hyper-renormalization: Multiple constraints (in Japanese), IPSJ Technical Report, Vol. 2012-CVIM-181, No. 21, March 2012, pp. 1--8.

Manuscripts and Papers in Preparation

  • A. Al-Sharadqah. Further statistical analysis for circle fitting algorithms. (manuscript).
  • A. Al-Sharadqah. Structural model in EIV regression. (in preparation).
  • A. Al-Sharadqah. Extended Kanatani Cramer Rao lower bound (in preparation).
  • A. Al-Sharadqah, K. Kanatani, Y. Kanazawa, and Y. Sugaya. 3-D reconstruction from three images (in preparation).
  • A. Al-Sharadqah and M. Matalgah. Adaptive decode-and-forward cooperative diversity systems with best- and worst-relay selection: Statistical modeling and performance analysis (in preparation).

  • TALKS and WORKSHOPS

    1. Some theoretical results in circle fitting, Dept. of Computer Sciences, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan.
    2. Hyper-accurate renormalization and its applications in computer vision, Dept. of Math, OleMiss, University-MS.
    3. Some theoretical facts in circle fitting. Okayama University, Japan July 19,2012.
    4. A novel Algorithm for ellipse fitting. Joint Mathematics Meetings #1067, New Orleans, LA, January 6-9, 2011.
    5. Novel ellipse fitting algorithms based on generalized Eigen-value problem. The 4th Annual Graduate Student Probability Conference April 30-May 2 2010. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
    6. Recent progress in the EIV regression analysis 1057Th AMS meeting, March 27 2010. University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
    7. Statistical analysis of curve fitting methods in the Errors-In-Variables model, 34th SIAM Southeastern Atlantic Section Conference March 20-21, 2010, North Carolina State University.
    8. Statistical analysis of curve fitting methods in the Errors-In-Variables model, Graduate Student Research Day, Feb. 26 20010. UAB, Birmingham-AL.
    9. Fitting circles to scattered data: parameter estimates have no moments, 3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference in Probability May 1-3 2009. University of North Carolina (UNC), NC.
    10. Error analysis for circle fitting algorithms, Second SIAM Gators Student Conference March 2009. University of Florida (UF), Gainesville, FL.
    11. Error analysis for circle fitting algorithms", Graduate Student Research, third place, Feb. 25 2009. UAB, Birmingham-AL.
    12. Fitting geometric curves in Error-in-Variables models", 1044Th AMS meeting, Oct. 25 2008. University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH), Huntsville-AL.
    13. On Spaces of Distributions with Restricted Exponential Growth", Oct. 2005. King Khalid University, Abha-Saudi Arabia.
    14. Summer graduate workshop in 'Random Matrix Theory'. Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) Berkeley, California. Sponsored by MSRI. (July 6 - 17, 2009)
    15. Workshop on Teaching Mathematics at the University Level, Central Michigan University (CMU), Mount Pleasant, MI. (September 3-14, 2006)

    HONORS and AWARDS

    1. Outstanding PhD student in the Department of Mathematics at UAB, 2010-2011.
    2. GAF Fellowship, in the Department of Mathematics at UAB, 2007-2011.
    3. 3rd Place in Graduate Student Research day 2009, UAB.
    4. Undergraduate Fellowship. Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan 1997- 2001.

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Hume Hall Room 308
    Phone: (662) 915-7436
    Email: My email
    Fax: (662)915-5491