Actively involved in digital design and system on chip consulting for two decades, participated in the conception, development and evaluation of several research projects. Participated in all aspects of project development including brainstorming, proposal writing, prototyping, intellectual property, reporting and testability. Supervised more than 3 PhD and 16 MSc. students, with more than 25 international publications. Member of the IEEE, EITESAL communities and member of the Center for Emerging Learning Technologies (CELT) at The British University in Egypt. Research interests: FPGA design, Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Remote Sensing and Actuation, industrial automation, SoC design.
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Sept. 2005 – Jan. 2011
Ph.D., Electronics and Communications, Ain Shams University – Faculty of Engineering, Cairo, Egypt. The thesis focuses on the development of a methodology to facilitate the process of configuring sensor nodes in their final destinations. The proposed approach eliminates the unpractical need to collect sensor nodes from their spread locations and connect them through cables for configuration or firmware update.
· Thesis: “Design and Implementation of Wireless Configuration of Programmable Circuits.” Supervisors: Prof. Hani Fikry Ragai, Prof. Adel El-Hennawy, Prof. Khaled Ali Shehata.
· Experience with Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Configurable Devices, PSoC Programming.
Sept. 2002 – May 2005
M.Sc., Electronics and Communications, Ain Shams University – Faculty of Engineering, Cairo, Egypt. The thesis focuses on the development of a digital controller and DC to DC charge pump to drive RF MEMS switch from a single 5V source supply, as MEMS switches require different higher voltages for every stage of operation. The design is intended to be used on one chip solution for RF MEMS switches developed by IMEC. The design was implemented using I2T AMIS 0.7 um technology.
· Thesis: “Design and Implementation of On-Chip High Voltage Generator Circuit for Use in RF MEMS Switches.” Supervisors: Prof. Hani Fikry Ragai, Prof. Hani Amin Ghali, Prof. Robert Mertens.
· Experience with Charge Pumps, RF MEMS Switches, and Mixed Signal Design.
Sept. 1991 – June 1996
B.Sc., Electronics and Communications, Ain Shams University – Faculty of Engineering, Cairo, Egypt.