Gamal Geweid

Title
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department
Department of Engineering and Technology
College
College of Aviation

Office Hours

My "Office" Hours: Tuesday and Friday, 3 pm – 5 pm EST or as coordinated with students

Areas of Expertise

I'm an expert in Electronic Circuits and Devices, Microcontrollers, Automatic Control systems (PLC, SCADA, and DCS),  Mechatronics, Electrical circuits,  Medical-Robotics, Sensing Systems, Image Processing, Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Biomedical Engineering, Computer vision, Sensing Systems, Biosensors, Imaging and Information Technology in Biomedicine.

I have a solid background in Electrical Machines, Electronic Components, Mechatronic System, Power Electronics, Mathematics, Imaging Sciences, Microcontrollers, Sensors, Actuators, Electrical components, smart Electromechanical devices, and strong programming skills in MATLAB, Python and C++ programming Languages. I have a record of research publications and four patents. I'm an expert in Electronic Circuits and Devices, Microcontrollers, Automatic Control systems (PLC, SCADA, and DCS), Mechatronics, Electrical circuits,  Medical-Robotics, Sensing Systems, Image Processing, Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Biomedical Engineering, Computer vision, Sensing Systems, Biosensors, Imaging and Information Technology in Biomedicine, Data and Image Processing, Evolutionary Computation, Artificial Intelligence, Software Reliability and Modelling, Swarm Intelligence, Fuzzy Logic, Data Mining and Data Warehousing, Biomedical Instrumentation, the latest technology in developing implanted biomedical devices and Electronic Circuits and other Electrical products. My research work aims in the long term is to develop realistic three-dimensional anatomically-based electrical models of healthy and diseased neurons based on Nanotechnology.


  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering: Electrical Engineering, Alexandria University