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Graduation Project Team “MazeIn”, developing an Indoor localization system, ranked 6th among 35 teams in an international competition organized by Microsoft, jointly with IEEE/ACM IPSN 2016 Conference, in Vienna, Austria in April 2016. MazeIn team was the only and first undergraduate team to ever participate in the competition

ranked 6th among 35 teams

April 2016

Ranked 2nd in MCIT TIEC's IbTIECar graduation projects nation-wide competition, Dec. 2015 with Smart Access Systems Graduation Project

Ranked 2nd

Dec. 2015

Among Intel’s ChallengeMe 15 teams in the MENA region receiving entrepreneurship training in Beirut, Lebanon, Nov. 2015 with Smart Access Systems Graduation Project

receiving entrepreneurship training in Beirut

Nov. 2015

Three Egypt’s State Incentive Awards (جائزة الدولة التشجيعية) in Engineering Sciences. [Dr. Moustafa Youssef, Dr. Tamer ElBatt and Dr. Amr El-Sherif]

Two Egypt’s Medal of Excellence (نوط الإمتياز من الطبقة الأولى). [Dr. Tamer ElBatt and Dr. Amr El-Sherif]

 

 

One Egypt’s State Award for Excellence (جائزة الدولة للتفوق) [Dr. Moustafa Youssef]

 

 

Two IEEE Fellows [Dr. Hesham ElGamal and Dr. Moustafa Youssef]

IEEE Fellows

 

Two Google Faculty Research Awards.  (world-wide competition) [Dr. Tamer ElBatt and Dr. Moustafa Youssef]

Google Faculty Research Awards

 

Mohamed Amir Khalil, M.Sc. in Wireless Technologies, NU, 2011 and his team have won the second place in the AUC Fekrety Business Plan Competition and have been chosen to participate in Intel's Global Challenge at UC Berkeley. The team designed a low-cost non-tracking Concentrated PV (CPV) system that can collect solar energy from any angle, without the need for expensive, heavy and huge tracker and mounting structure.

the second place, chosen to participate in Intel's Global Challenge at UC Berkeley