Mohamed K. Miled is a senior technical specialist with Foley & Lardner LLP. He assists attorneys in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of areas, including software; electric and autonomous vehicles, battery systems for electric and hybrid vehicles, signal, speech, and image processing; medical imaging; antenna systems, telecommunications; including broadcasting, multicasting, streaming, HTTP streaming and adaptive HTTP streaming; hardware architecture, device management; data synchronization; video compression; graphics; SIP; browsing; digital rights management; Bluetooth; and UPnP. Mohamed is a member of the firm’s Electronics Practice. Mohamed is also a member of the automotive industry team.
Mohamed’s experience includes working with foreign associates in Europe, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Canada, Mexico and other countries/regions. Prior to joining Foley, he was a technical specialist with Hamilton, Brook, Smith, & Reynolds, P.C. and a patent specialist with Nokia Legal and Intellectual Property. He also worked as a research engineer for Nokia Research Center.
- Mohamed Miled and Fehmi Chebil, “Region of Interest Tracking, Method and Device for Wavelet Based Video Coding” (US patent US6757434 and patents granted in CN, EP, JP and KR)
- Fehmi Chebil, Mohamed Miled and Asad Islam, “Method and Device for Controlling Autofocusing of a Video Camera By Tracking a Region-of-Interest” (Granted in US US2010/0045800 and pending in EP)
- George Chen, Mohamed Miled and Asad Islam “Video importance rating based on compressed domain video features” (Granted in US: US20080018783)
Mohamed earned both a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey (M.S., 1999; B.S., 1997), where he was also a research and teaching assistant. He attended Northeastern University in the doctorate program for electrical engineering from 2000 to 2004. Currently Mohamed is attending Suffolk Law School for a J.D. degree and is expected to graduate in May 2019.
Mohamed is fluent in Arabic and English and is proficient in French.
- Mohamed K. Ben Hadj Miled and Eric L. Miller, “A projection-based level sets approach for ERT,” submitted to Inverse Problems
- Fehmi Chebil, Mohamed Khames Ben Hadj Miled, Asad Islam and Kai Willner “Compressed domain editing of JPEG2000 images,” IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 710-717, May 2005
- Mohamed K. Ben Hadj Miled and Eric L. Miller, “Subspace-based Analysis of the ERT Inverse Problem,” IS&T/SPIE International Symposium on Electronic Imaging: Science and Technology, San Jose CA, January 2004
- Boverman, Gregory, Miled, Mohamed Khames, Miller, Eric L., “Recent Work in Shape-Based Methods for Diffusive Inverse Problems,” Review of Scientific Instruments, Vol. 74, No. 4, April 2003, pp. 2580-2582
- F. Arıkan, N. Yilmaz, O. Arıkan, and M. K. B. H. Miled, “Mode separation and direction of arrival estimation in HF links,” Radio Science, Vol. 38, 2003
- Mohamed K. Ben Hadj Miled and Fehmi Chebil, “Region of Interest Coding in Motion JPEG2000,” SPIE Annual Meeting 2003: Signal and Image Processing, San Diego CA, SPIE Vol. 5203, pp 256-261, August 2003
- Greg Boverman, Mohamed Khames Ben Hadj Miled and Eric Miller, “Geometric Methods for Diffuse Wave Inverse Problems,” XII International Conference on Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena, Toronto Canada, June 2002
- Mohamed Khames Ben Hadj Miled and Eric L. Miller, “Geometric Inversion Methods for 3D Resistance Tomography,” SIAM Conference on Imaging Science, Boston USA, March 2002
- M. Khames B. H. Miled and Orhan Arikan “Input Sequence Estimation and Blind Channel Identification in HF Communication,” ICASSP, Istanbul Turkey, June 2000