Personal Information
Sami Gomri

Department of Industrial Informatics, National School of Electronics and Communications (ENETCom), Sfax University, Jebeniana, Sfax, Tunisia

Sami Gomri
Educations
From 09/1998 to 06/2001, B.S., Electrical Engineering , Tunisia
From 09/2001 to 06/2002, M.S, Physics and Modeling of Complex Systems, Micro and Nano electronics option , France
From 09/2002 to 07/2006, Doctorate , France
Work Experiences
From 10/2006 to 07/2008, Teaching and Research Assistant , UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IUT) OF MARSEILLE, FRANCE
From 09/2008 to present, Assistant Professor , NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS OF SFAX (ENETCOM), TUNISIA
Speciality
Gas sensor
Electronic noise modelling
Electronic Nose
Book
SEGUIN J.L., GOMRI S., GUERIN J., AGUIR K.- Bases of noise spectroscopy for enhancing metallic oxide gas sensors selectivity.- in "Science and Technology of Gas Sensors", D.K. Aswal, S.K. Gupta (eds), Nova Publishers, ISBN: 1-60021-514-9, 2007
Journal Articles
Sami GOMRI, Thierry CONTARET, Jean-Luc SEGUIN, “A New Gases Identifying Method with MOX Gas Sensors using Noise Spectroscopy”, IEEE Sensors Journal (in press). DOI 10.1109/JSEN.2018.2850817
S. GOMRI, J. SEGUIN, T. CONTARET, T. FIORIDO, K. AGUIR, “A Noise Spectroscopy based Selective Gas Sensing with MOX Gas Sensors”, Fluctuation and Noise Letters Vol.17, No.2, (2018) DOI: 10.1142/S0219477518500165
S. GOMRI, T, CONTAET, J. SEGUIN, K. AGUIR, M. MASMOUDI “Noise Modeling in MOX Gas Sensors”, Fluctuation and Noise Letters Vol. 16, No. 2 (2017) 1750013.
Bedoui Souhir, Gomri Sami, Charfeddine Samet Hekmet, and Kachouri Abdennaceur, “Design and Simulation of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) for Ozone Gas Sensors”, Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Materials; February 2018, Vol. 19 Issue: 1 p41-46.
Rabeb FALEH, Sami GOMRI, Mehdi OTHMAN, Khalifa AGUIR, Abdennaceur KACHOURI, “Enhancing WO3 gas sensor selectivity using a set of pollutant detection classifiers” Sensor Review, Vol. 38 Issue: 1, pp.65-73, https://doi.org/10.1108/SR-12-2016-0273.
S. Bedoui, S. Gomri, H. Samet and A. Kachouri, “Design and Simulation of a Multi-Sensor System Growing a Plurality of Heater Chips on the Same Dielectric Membrane”, Journal of Telecommunication, Electronic and Computer Engineering. Vol 9. No 2 (2017) pp35-39.
Souhir BEDOUI, Sami GOMRI, Hekmet SAMET and Abdennaceur KACHOURI, “Design, simulation and optimization of a meander micro hotplate for gas sensors” Transactions On Electrical and Electronic Materials, Vol. 17, No. 4, (2016).pp. 189-195.
Souhir BEDOUI, Sami GOMRI, Hekmet SAMET and Abdennaceur KACHOURI, “A prediction distribution of atmospheric pollutants using support vector machines, discriminant analysis and mapping tool. A case study of Tunisia” Pollution journal Vol. 2, No. 1, (2016), pp. 11-23.
Rabeb FALEH, Mehdi OTHMAN, Sami GOMRI, Khalifa AGUIR, Abdennaceur KACHOURI, “A transient signal extraction method of WO3 gas sensors array to identify polluant gases”, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 16, No. 9, (2016), pp 3123 – 3130.
Sami GOMRI, Jean-Luc SEGUIN, Jacques GUERIN, Khalifa AGUIR, “A mobility and free carriers density fluctuations-based model of adsorption-desorption noise in gas sensor”, Journal of Physics D: Applied physics 41 (2008).
Sami GOMRI, Jean-Luc SEGUIN, Jacques GUERIN, Khalifa AGUIR, “Adsorption-Desorption Noise in Gas Sensors: Modelling using Langmuir and Wolkenstein Models for Adsorption”, Sensors and Actuators B 114 (2006) 451-459.
Sami GOMRI, Jean-Luc SEGUIN, Khalifa AGUIR, “Modelling on oxygen – chemisorption - induced noise in metallic oxide gas sensors”, Sensors and Actuators B 107 (2005) 722-729.
D. Goguenheim, A. Bravaix, S. Gomri, J. M. Moragues, C. Monserie, N. Legrand, P. Boivin, « Impact of wafer charging on hot carrier reliability and optimization of latent damage detection methodology in advanced CMOS technologies », Microelectronics Reliability 45 (2005) 487 -492.
Conference Papers
Basma Messaoud, Sami GOMRI, Abdennaceur Kachouri, Jean-Luc Seguin, Thierry Contaret, Tomas Fiorido, Khalifa Aguir, « A New Gases Identification Method Based on Noise Spectroscopy using Metal-Oxide Gas Sensor », 18th International Conference on Sciences and Technologies of Automatic control and computer engineering STA’2017, December 21-23, Monastir, Tunisia, 2017
Souhir BEDOUI, Sami GOMRI, Hekmet SAMET and Abdennaceur KACHOURI “Design and Electro-Thermal Analysis of a Platinum Micro Heater for Gas Sensors” 13th International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals & Devices SSD 2016, March 21-24, Leipzig, Germany, 2016.
R. Faleh, M. Othman, S. Gomri, A. Kachouri, K. Aguir,” WO3 sensors array coupled with pattern recognition method for gases identification”, 13th International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals & Devices SSD 2016, March 21-24, Leipzig, Germany, 2016.
Souhir Bedoui, Sami Gomri, Hekmet Samet, Abdennaceur Kachouri, “Air Pollution Monitoring System using LabVIEW”, 12th International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals & Devices SSD2015, March 16-19, Sfax, Tunisia, 2015.
T. Contaret, S. GOMRI, J-L. SEGUIN and K. AGUIR, « Noise spectroscopy measurements in in metallic oxide gas microsensors”, IEEE Sensors 2008, DOI 10.1109/ICSENS.2008.471647, pp 200-203
Sami GOMRI, Jean-Luc SEGUIN, Roman DELAMARE, Khalifa AGUIR, « Noise spectroscopy for enhancing the selectivity of metallic oxide gas sensors: models and experimental methods”, EUROSEORS 2006, pp 134-135, Gotebörg (SWEDEN), 17th - 20th September 2006.
S. GOMRI, J-L. SEGUIN, J. GUERIN, K. AGUIR, « Modelling of Adsorption –desorption Noise in Gas Sensors using Langmuir and Wolkenstein Models for Adsorption”, Proc. International Conference on Microelectronics 2004, pp198-201, Tunis (Tunisia), 6-8 December, 2004.
D.Goguenheim, A. Bravaix, S. Gomri, J. M. Moragues, C. Monserie, N. Legrand, P. Boivin, « Improved Methodology Based on Hot Carriers Injections to Detect Wafer Charging Damage in Advanced CMOS Technologies », Proc. 24 th International Conference on Microelectronics (MIEL 2004), Vol. 2, NIS, SERBIA and MONTENEGRO, 16-19 May 2004.
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