Albert Sabban

ORT Braude College Israel

Dr. Albert Sabban is a communication and radio-frequency specialist for hi-tech companies. He is also a researcher and lecturer in electronics and computers. He received his BS, BSc, and MSc in Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv University, Israel. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA. He was a senior R&D scientist and project leader for more than thirty years at Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. He developed Radio-frequency Integrated Circuit components on GaAs and silicon substrates as well as microwave components by employing Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits, Micro Electromechanical Systems, and Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic technologies. He has also developed ‎wearable communication, 5G, antennas, the Internet of Things (IoT), and medical systems. He is a specialist in microwaves, antennas, computer engineering, electromagnetics, and communication systems. Dr. Sabban led the communication program ‎at Ort Braude College, Israel, from 2013 to 2018. He holds an MBA with a specialization in marketing and management. He developed computer-aided design tools for RF and antenna systems. He has published more than 100 papers and holds several US patents. Dr. Sabban has written and edited ten books on wearable systems, green electronics, and computing technologies.

Albert Sabban

5books edited

12chapters authored

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Green computing involves developing, designing, engineering, producing, using, and disposing of computing modules and devices to reduce environmental hazards and pollution. Green computing technologies are crucial for protecting the planet from environmental hazards and pollution. This book presents new subjects and innovations in green computing technologies and in green computing and electronics industries. Chapters address such topics as green wearable sensors, variable renewable energy, managing energy consumption using the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data, using forest waste to produce biofuel and biodiesel, green computing in ophthalmological practice, and much more.

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