I am Co-Principal Investigator of two nationally-funded research projects in Egypt about wastewater treatment and smart irrigation in the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) era. My research involves a wide range of interdisciplinary concepts drawn from mathematics, circuit theory and modelling, statistics, bio-impedance, chaos theory, and security and encryption, among others. It also integrates theoretical and experimental aspects of IoT, renewable energy, the design and application of mem-elements, and water management and agriculture.
AGYA membership allows me to extend my professional and cross-cultural experience to the international level, interacting with diverse people from different disciplinary and research backgrounds.
AGYA provides a unique platform for debating and analysing new technologies and developing dialogue-based responses.
I wish to improve my science communication skills and increase public awareness of the relevance of science for society. As a teacher, the personal growth I gain from AGYA’s training and research activities improves my ability to offer guidance and help empower my (female) students, regardless of their ethnic and social backgrounds. I am grateful for the funding opportunities offered by AGYA, which enable innovative interdisciplinary research.
|2020 - 2024||Affiliate Member of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS).|
|2020 - 2021||Co-Chair of the Egyptian Young Academy of Science (EYAS), ASRT, Egypt|
|2020||Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|
|2019 - 2022||Member of the Egyptian Young Academy of Science (EYAS), ASRT, Egypt|
|2019||State Encouragement Award in Engineering Science, Egypt|
|2018/19, 2019/20||Dr. Hazem Ezzat Prize for Outstanding Researcher, Nile University, Egypt|
|2018 - today||Vice-chair of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Egypt Chapter|
|2017||Excellence Award from the Center for the Development of Higher Education and Research for 2016, Egypt|
|2016 - today||Assistant Professor, Electrical Communication and Electronics, Nile University, Egypt|
|2016||Assistant Professor, Electronics Department, German University in Cairo, Egypt|
|2012 - 2016||Ph.D. in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt|
|2011 - 2016||Assistant Lecturer, Mathematics and Electronics Departments, German University in Cairo, Egypt|
|2007 - 2011||M.Sc. in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt|
On a personal note
Must read in my discipline:
Ahmed G. Radwan, Ahmed S. Elwakil and A. M. Soliman (2009), ‘On the generalization of second-order filters to the fractional-order domain’
Ahmed G. Radwan, Sherif H. AbdElHaleem, Salwa K. Abd-El-Hafiz (2016), ‘Symmetric encryption algorithms using chaotic and non-chaotic generators: A review’
Ahmed AboBakr, Lobna A. Said, Ahmed H. Madian, Ahmed S. Elwakil, Ahmed G. Radwan (2017), ‘Experimental comparison of integer/fractional-order electrical models of plant’
Call of the Unknown by Mahmoud Taymour (1948)
The scientist from my country you should know:
Prof. Ahmed G. Radwan, Engineering mathematics