DR Karim Seghouane

DR Karim Seghouane


  • Analysis of Physiological Signals
  • Biomedical Image Analysis
  • Statistical Signal and Image Processing



  • Dr. Karim Seghouane is an ARC Future Fellow in the Department of Electrical And Electronic Engineering at the University of Melbourne. He completed his PhD in Signal Processing and Control from Universite Paris Sud (Paris XI) in 2003.

    Before Moving to the University of Melbourne, he was with NICTA (formaly National ICT Australia) Canberra Research Laboratory and the College of Engineering & Computer Science, Australian National University (ANU) from 2005 to 2012.   


Member of

  • IEEE Signal Processing Society. IEEE Senior Memeber 2005 -


Selected publications


Investigator on

Additional Grant Information

  • 2008-2012: A. Shmuel (McGill University) and A. K. Seghouane, "Neuronal Correlates of Hemodynamic Signals", Young Investigator Grant, Human Frontier Science Program, HFSP, $750K USD.

    2010: A. K. Seghouane, "Information Measure for Brain Connectivity", Short Term Invitation Fellowship, Japanese Society for Promoting Science, JSPS, Short Term Invitation Fellowship.

    2011: M. Bennamoun, Michael Millward, F. Sohel, A. El-Sallam Abd, Dr A. K. Seghouane, 'Hyper-Spectral Imaging for Early Detection of Human Skin Precancerous Lesions', UWA Research Collaboration Awards.
    2008: A. K. Seghouane, "Computer colonic polyps detection based on spherical wavelet descriptors", The Australian Academy of Science, Short Term Collaboration Fellowship.   


Education and training

  • PhD, Universite Paris Sud (Paris XI) 2003