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Ahmed Sawaby

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Ahmed received his B.Sc. degree from Cairo University in 2014. His research interests include biomedical electronics, medical implant and sensing systems, power management systems, analog-mixed circuits, ultra-low-power systems, energy harvesting, ultra-low-power transceivers, and RF systems. He is currently perusing his Ph.D. degree (2017-2022) at Stanford University. Ahmed worked as an RFIC design engineer at Silicon Vision, Synopsys Inc. (2015-2016), where he worked on a state of the art Bluetooth low-energy (BLE) IP module. He also joined the teaching staff at the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, in 2014-2015 as a part of the teaching teams for the ELC102 Electronics and Devices course and the ELC302 Active Circuits course along with mentoring and supervising senior students’ lab projects. From 2016 to 2017, he joined the Arbabian lab, Stanford University, as a visiting researcher where he worked with the implant team on designing wireless neural stimulation systems. He also worked with Apple Inc. power management team (2019-2020) on designing state-of-the-art power delivery systems.

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