Research has always been my passion. Since my early education, I was motivated to acquire a profound understanding of the concepts of any topic that I learned. That zeal fuelled my desire to pursue a career in research and teaching. I received my bachelor’s degree, with a GPA of 4.0, in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Egypt.
I started my post-graduate research as a part of the Photonic Research Lab (PRL) Group at the Department of Electronics and Communications at the AASTMT, where I also obtained my MSc degree. I had the chance of conducting some fundamental theoretical research under the guidelines of the key industrial players in the field of optical communication who helped to steer the direction of my research and its objectives.
Currently, I am pursuing my PhD as a member of the ingenious research group at SINE lab. My specialization is Visible Light Communications (VLC) and my research scope is focused on the Optimization of MIMO and Multi-User techniques in VLC systems.
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