Albert Sabban

ORT Braude College

Dr. Albert Sabban holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA (1991), and an MBA from the Faculty of Management, Haifa University, Israel (2005). He is currently a Senior Lecturer and researcher at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Kinneret and Ort Braude Engineering Colleges. From 2007 to 2010, Albert Sabban was an RF and Antenna specialist at biomedical hi-tech companies where he designed wearable compact systems and antennas for medical systems. In 1976 he joined RAFAEL in Israel where he worked as a senior researcher, group leader, and project leader in the electromagnetic department until 2007. From 2008 to 2010 he worked as a RF Specialist and project leader at hi-tech biomedical companies. He has published over 100 research papers and holds a patent in the antenna area. He wrote four books on wearable compact systems and antennas for communication and medical systems. He wrote a book on electromagnetics and microwave theory for graduate students, and a book on wide band microwave technologies for communication and medical applications. He also wrote two chapters in books on microstrips and wearable printed antennas for medical applications.

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In the last fifty years, the Earth has experienced rapid changes in climate, increasingly severe droughts, rising seawater levels, seawater acidification, increased depletion of groundwater reserves, and global rise of temperature. Green technologies for recycling waste, particularly electronic waste, which is increasing at an alarming rate, may be a potential solution to environmental pollution. Divided into three sections, this book presents comprehensive information on green technologies. Section 1 presents innovations in green electronic technologies, Section 2 discusses recycling and waste management, and Section 3 discusses innovation and economics in global green technologies.

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