Events

Dr. Ihab Amer Talk “Low Power Design: A Multimedia IP Perspective”

DR. Ihab Amer was invited to Nano-electronic Integrated Systems Center (NISC) to present “Low Power Design: A Multimedia IP Perspective” . In an era where battery-driven thin devices integrate a wide collection of sophisticated multimedia functionalities, low power multimedia is not optional anymore. Hi-tech vendors need to continuously seek ways to cut their chips’ power bills. This is not fully achievable by only migrating to lower leakage technologies. The talk was also pinpoint some trends that show high potential to reduce power consumption of future multimedia IPs. see more details

National Instruments Day

NI, the provider of test and measurements systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, hosted Academic day in Grand Nile Tower (Grand Hayat hotel) corniche ElNil, Garden City, Cairo, Egypt on 5 march 2016. The event was attended by many professors and researchers, and saw presentations by some Professors on how NI technology enabled them to improve engineering education and to perform advanced research. see more details

Dr. Ahmed Elwakil Talk ” Fractional Order System and Application”

Prof. Ahmed Elwakil -university of sharjah had given a talk in our NISC center and introduce an important presentation about the fractional order system and its applications. Biography: Ahmed Elwakil was born in Cairo, Egypt. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from the Department of Electronics and Communications at Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt and the Ph.D. degree from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, National University of Ireland, University College Dublin. He is currently with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Sharjah University, United Arab Emirates, where he is a Professor. He is also an Adjunct professor at the Nanoelectronics Integrated Systems Center (NISC), Nile University, Cairo, Egypt. see more details

Eng. Mohamed E. Fouda Talk

Eng. Mohamed E. Fouda was invited to Nano-electronic Integrated Systems Center (NISC) to present “practical work in memristors (modeling, simulation, and emulators)”. Biography: Mohamed E. Fouda was born in Egypt in May 1990, and received the B.Sc. degree (honors), in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering in 2011 from Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt . see more details

Professor Willy Sansen “Advanced Analog IC Design ” Course

Analog design event On November 8-10, 2010, NU hosted a 3-day course, presented by Professor Willy Sansen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven – Belgium. The course was designed to develop an in-depth knowledge on the design of analog integrated circuits, which aim to achieve low power consumption. The course was co-organized with Mentor Graphics. For more than two decades Prof. Sansen was head of the ESAT-MICAS laboratory on analog design, which counts about sixty members and which is mainly active in research projects with industry and in teaching worldwide. see more details

5th RaMSiS Summer School

The Microelectronics System Design program (MSD) at NU has hosted for three days starting 29th June, 2009, the Fifth RaMSiS Summer School in cooperation with the RaMSiS Group (Radio and Mixed Signal Integrated Systems) of the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). The School's focus this year was on Software Defined Radio (SDR) and Cognitive Radio, which are emerging as some of the most important topics in Wireless Communication today. The School addressed the challenges and solutions to make SDR technology available to the masses including designing chipsets for handheld, as well as SDR applications in general. see more details