The goal of teaching in my point of view is to achieve the intended learning outcomes (ILOs) of the course and give the students better competencies as well. This can be realized by dividing the course into a homogenous sequence and to illustrate the target simply using basics and fundamental knowledge. Also, the student skills can be improved by teaching them to be cooperative, independent thinkers, organized, able to formulate new ideas and last but not least to engage in team brain storming. I spent more than 20 years in teaching basic and advanced mathematical courses in several public and private Egyptian high ranked universities. I supervised assistants and students as a part of my daily job. I attended many courses to enhance teaching performance such as: communication skills, examination and student evaluation techniques, quality standards in teaching, E-Learning, credit hour system, teaching evaluation, curriculum design, and advanced electronic information resources.
(Cairo University, German University in Cairo, Nile University)
Postgraduate courses: – (Cairo University, Nile University)
up to now with the following tasks:-
The main objective is to build knowledge-based societies, it is essential to integrate Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) into national development policies and economic reform agendas, as STI can be a game changer for countries pursuing sustainable development over the long term.
Responsible for the Research Center Strategy, performance indicators, and development review processes.
Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt.
31 May 2014, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Egypt.
(ICET 2012), German University in Cairo (GUC), Cairo, Egypt, 10 -11 Oct. 2012.
International journals such as:
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He reinitiated the Nanoelectronics Integrated Systems Center (NISC) since 2015 till now after the center was in a closed mode. He restructured the center again with few RAs and colleagues, changed the researcher tracks, build the website, participated in many conferences and grants.