Ahmed F. Ghoniem is the Ronald C. Crane Professor of Mechanical Engineering. He is the principal investigator and director of research of the Center of Excellence in Energy.director of the Center for Energy and Propulsion Research and the Reacting Gas Dynamics Laboratory at MIT.
He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc.degree from Cairo University, and Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley. His research covers clean energy and combustion with focus on CO2 capture, renewable energy and alternative fuels, and computational engineering.
He has supervised more than 130 M.Sc., Ph.D. and post-doctoral students, published more than 500 refereed articles in leading journals and conferences, lectured extensively around the World, and consulted for the aerospace, automotive and energy industry. He is Fellow of ASME and APS, and the Combustion Institute and associate fellow of AIAA. Among his awards are the KAUST Investigator Award, the ASME James Harry Potter Gold Medal, and the AIAA Propellant and Combustion Award.
Eng. Abdullah Gamal
Software Engineering at Google Washington
Prof. Adel Yassin
Prof. Hoda Soussa
Faculty of Engineering
Dr. Mohamed M. Sabry Aly
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Mohamed M. Sabry obtained his Ph.D. from EPFL in 2013 and was a postdoc in Stanford University from 2014 till 2017. His primary research interests are system-level design and optimization and resource management of computing systems by leveraging the benefits of emerging technologies (for computing, storage, interconnect, and cooling) to boost computing performance and energy efficiency beyond what is achievable today from large-scale cloud to small-scale embedded domains. This includes device-, circuit-, and architecture modeling, design-space exploration and hardware-software co-optimization.
His work on Nanoengineered Computing System Technology (N3XT), under the supervision of Prof. Subhasish Mitra and Prof. H.-S. Philip Wong has received worldwide recognition in various news press. It shows the prospects of monolithic 3D computing systems enabled by emerging nanotechnologies, such as carbon nanotubes and resistive memories.
He has been awarded the Swiss National Science Foundation Early Post-Doctoral Mobility Fellowship in 2013.
Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud
Tennessee Technological University
Dr Mohamed M. E. A. Mahmoud received PhD degree from the University of Waterloo (Ontario - Canada), Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, in April 2011 under the supervision of Prof. Xuemin (Sherman) Shen. The title of his thesis is ""Efficient packet-drop thwarting and user-privacy preserving protocols for multi-hop wireless networks"". From May 2011 to July 2012, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Broadband Communications Research group, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, with Prof. Sherman (Xuemin) Shen and Prof. Xiaodong Lin (University of Ontario Institute of Technology). Dr. Mahmoud is currently a visiting professor in University of Waterloo and postdoctoral fellow in Computer Science - Ryerson University under the supervision of Prof. Jelena Misic .
Dr. Mahmoud is the first author for more than twenty papers published in major IEEE conferences and transactions. He won the prestigious Best Paper Award (international award) from IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC-09), Dresden, Germany, 2009. This award was one of only fourteen given, among 1046 papers presented and more than 3000 submitted, and was the sole award for the Communication and Information Systems Security Symposium. He also has received the Distinguished Teaching Assistantship Award granted to the best teaching assistant in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, based on evaluations by students.
His research interest includes wireless network security, mobile ad hoc and multihop cellular wireless networks, wireless sensor networks, delay-tolerant wireless networks, users and location privacy-preserving schemes, trust-based and energy-aware routing protocols, anonymous and secure routing protocols, cooperation incentive mechanisms, micropayment systems, trust and reputation systems, applied cryptography, natural language processing, machine translation systems, expert systems, artificial intelligence applications.
Prof. Mohsen Tawfik
Prof. Noha donia
Dean of the Environment Studies and Research Institute