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Research Interests

Digital Communications, Wireless Sensor Networks, Error Control Coding, FPGAs, VHDL, Computer Architecture/Organization, Low-Power Digital VLSI, Microprocessors and Interfacing, Software Defined Radios

Other Research Projects

  • Developing SmartCam for visible light key recognition.
  • Innovative modified Manchester Coding scheme for smart phone-based visible light access control.
  • Design and Implementation of a remote monitoring using a low-power wireless sensor network.

Personal profile

Sherif obtained his Bachelor of Engineering degree in 2000 from BHIT. He worked in the industry on Fire Alarm systems, testing, and commissioning electromechanical projects. He joined the Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime (AAST) in 2003 for his Masters Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. In 2006 he obtained his Masters degree of science and was ranked top of his class. He then joined Ain-Shams University, Faculty of Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Communications Eng. Dpt. where, he got his PhD on Jan 2010. His research focused on Software Defined Radios in wireless communication and in particular on "generic low power FPGA implementation of coding schemes for emerging wireless standards".

In 2004, he worked as a lecturer assistant at Modern Academy for Engineering and Technology, and as ECE Assistant Professor from 2010 to 2011. He joined Nile University, Nanoelectronics Integrated Systems Centre 'NISC' in Jan 2009. He also had a position as a Research Scientist at Signal Processing Lab, Dpt. of Electronics and Electrical Communications Eng. at Ain-Shams University. Dr Welsen worked as a Research Fellow on both fabrication and application modules with, Kuang-Chi Institute of Advanced Technologies, Shenzhen, from 2011 to 2013. Starting November 2013, he is with dpt. of EEE, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Nottingham Ningbo campus.

He is involved in Cognitive radios, SDRs, VLSI, VHDL for FPGA and Digital Signal Processing research. His technical interests include reconfigurable radios, embedded systems, computer architecture and digital VLSI.

Professional membership

  • Member, IEEE
  • Member, IET
  • Technical Program Committee (TPC) member of 18th TELecommunications FORum, TELFOR 2010, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Scientific Committee member of 18th TELecommunications FORum, TELFOR 2010, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Technical Program Committee (TPC) member of 13th International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology, ICACT 2011, Gangwon-Do, Korea.

 

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Teaching

Taught modules in UNNC:

  • Digital Signal Processing for Telecommunication, Multimedia and Instrumentation (H64DSP)
  • HDL for Programmable Logic (H64HPL)
  • Digital Communications (H63DCM)
  • Embedded Computing (H63ECH)
  • Digital VLSI (H63VLS)
  • Telecommunication Electronics (H63TCE)

Other previously taught modules:

  • Advanced Digital Communication Systems
  • Information Theory and Coding Techniques
  • VHDL and FPGA
  • Microprocessors-based Systems and Interfacing
  • Microcontrollers-based Systems
  • Computer Architecture
  • Computer Organization

Electronic System Design Group Learder

Current Undergrad Student members:

  • Xindi HUANG (year 3)
  • Ang LI (year 3)
  • Yi REN (year 2)
  • Yiran WANG (year 3)

Previous Student members:

  • Jianyi CHENG (UK Campus)

 Laboratories Establishment

  • Wireless Research Platform Lab., Communications and Signal Processing Lab., Faculty of Engineering, Ain-Shams University.
  • Embedded Microprocessors/Microcontrollers-Based Systems Laboratory for B.Sc. students, (design, implementation and supervision), Modern Academy for Engineering and Technology, Cairo, Egypt.

PhD Students

Zhuge YAN

Haonan ZHOU

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