My aim was to work in an interesting field and become part of genuine and creative ideas. Hence, I had my BSc in Engineering to provide solutions for surrounding problems and implementing real life applications. Moreover, my choice for the department of Electronics and Communications at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AAST), (Alexandria, Egypt) was due to my passion in the way how this field has been quickly emerging and how it has made people’s lives much easier.
I started my research in 2012 and obtained my MSc in Free Space Optical (FSO) Communications also from the AAST. Besides, I have participated in setting up the first photonics laboratory as a member of the new research team, Photonics Research Laboratory (PRL). I was lucky to be a part of an active team which had a group of undergraduate, MSc and PhD students who were mainly interested in experimental investigation of optics and photonics. In addition, I worked as a teaching assistant for more than 10 courses. Not only were my university years oriented towards obtaining the sufficient technical experience but also, volunteering made them full of activities and real life experiences. For more than three years, I have served my surrounding community through the IEEE student branch in my university.
Currently, I pursue my PhD as a member of the fast growing research team at the SINE lab. My research scope is focused on providing innovative communication and sensing solutions based on the visible light communications (VLC) technology.
Oct. 2017: The paper titled "Visible Light Communications: Toward Multi-Service Waveforms" submitted to the "Wireless Communications: Fundamentals and PHY" track has been accepted for presentation and publication in the Proceedings of the IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC), 2018.
Oct. 2017: The paper titled "Lightweight multi-carrier modulation for IOT " submitted to the "Broadband Access Communication Technologies XII" conference has been accepted for presentation and publication in the Proceedings of the SPIE OPTO, the optoelectronics, photonic materials and devices conference, 2018.
April 2017: The paper titled "Experimental investigation of DCO-OFDM adaptive loading using Si PN-based receiver" has been accepted for presentation and publication in the Proceedings of the IEEE Wireless and Optical Communication Conference (WOCC) conference, 2017.
Mar. 2017: Presenting my first paper after joining the SINE lab at the WOCC 2017.
Fall 2017ICEN 340 Digital Logic Design.
Spring 2017ICEN 360 Emerging Technologies: Optical Communications.
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