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     Date Submitted:14-01-2011
     Last Modified:16-01-2011 (03:23)
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     Current job:Director of supervision for a space program activities
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAn ex Gen, consultant Dr. Engineer in space programs in USA NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center , OHIO State University(OSU) , Electro. Science Lab L-OSU, Egyptian Space agency.
    CV

    Birth date: 26/3/1951

     

    Marital Status: Married with two children

     

    Position: Consultant Dr. Eng. In the fields of communication, security, and networking, satellite technology

     

    Major: electronics and communications engineering

     

    Scientific Education Awarded:

     

    B Sc. In Electrical Engineering - Military Technical Collage –Cairo - Egypt 1974

     

    B Sc. In Military Science - Military Technical Collage –Cairo Egypt 1974

     

    M Sc. In Electrical Engineering- Computer Communication Satellite Networking, Faculty of Engineering – Cairo University 1982

     

    Ph D. In Electronics & Communications Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, 1991.

    “Enhanced Communication Performance of Military Satellite in harsh Environment”, as a co-research with Ohio State University, NASA Electro Science Lab. OSU, and verification in Goddard Space Flight Center green Belt ML, NASA, USA.

     

    Nationality: Egyptian.

     

    Languages: Fluent Arabic & English.

     

    Professional Societies: late Member of IEEE Communications.                                                 Member of itSMF, Egypt Chapter                                                  

    Computer Skills: Very Good.

     

    Professional background:

     

    35 years in Electrical and electronic system in Measurements, Computers, and Telecommunications Fields. 

     

    a)    Maintenance, repair, and calibrations of measurement Equipment.

     

              b) Research and Development in the area of Coding, 

                 Telemetry, Tracking, Guidance and Control systems.

     

              c) Analysis and Updating Compatibility Tests between the Space Flight, Data Networking and User Spacecraft:         

    -         Investigate modern techniques for compatibility testing                               

    -          Spacecraft, which will use the Tracking & Data Relay Satellites.

     

                    - Research Projects:

                                                    Pseudo random noise generators.

                                                    Format converter.

                                                    Code Selector.

    Design a TDRSS Ku-  RF Communication Problems Comparator.

    -         Test Capability for Ku-band spread spectrum   Users.

     

              d) Teaching the following subjects as under graduate courses  

                  In colleges: Classic & Modern Automatic Control Theory, 

                  Servo Systems, Communication Systems, Space Control, 

                  Space Communications, Satellite Systems.

     

     

     

    Late Status: Consulting Dr. Eng. Brig. Gen. in the Armed Forces -

                Intelligent  Department

     

    Now Status: Consulting Dr. Eng. Marketing & Sales of IT Technology, networking, BMS, Access Control, Security, Industrial Automation, Satellite systems, and high Technology applications.

     

    Experience in Marketing & Sales for Last 5- years:

     

    1.     Marketing & Sales Consultant for:

     

    Computer & Information technology

     

    -         Open Soft /Oracome OTG: for supplying of Soft ware products:

    -         Data Base Design tools, Developing tools, OLAP tools from SYBASE, Hyperion.

    -         Globe telecom

    Intergraph: GIS, and different GPS products

     

    -         Saudi Soft/ Phoenix:

    For supplying software products: Document Management System, and Hardware products: computers, scanners, and printers.

     

    -         ART- Land for 'Information Technology':

    For supplying Microfilm & Micro fish Computer System, Cameras, Read/write, scanners, retrievals, storing, saving of computer data.

     

          - TELETECH:

    ECSI International for Security & Monitoring systems.

     

    2.     Marketing & Sales Director for :

     

    Industrial Groups / South Korea

     

    -         Electronic Industrial "Shung Nam & SMA" Group

    For supplying of Satellite Home receivers, car radio cassette, TV sets.

                 

    -         Production of Agriculture Machine  "Dae Dong " Group

    For supplying of Harvesters, Combiners, and Tractors)

     

    Previous   Experience:

     

    1- June 1974 - December 1979:

     

    Position: Commander of the Electronic Laboratory.

    Responsibilities: Maintenance, repair, and calibration of Military electric and electronic measuring instruments for communications and radar systems.

    Achievements: Repairing and Calibration of numerous different radio equipment for different types of communications and radar stations.

     

    II- January 1980-June 1982:

     

    Position: Chief of Electrical and Electronic Dept. of Armed Forces Electronic & Rocket Research Center.

    Responsibilities: Research & Development in various radar stations and rocket motor test stands.

    Achievements: Improved the performance and upgrade of more than 20 systems of different types of radar stations & solid propellant rocket motor test stands.

     

    III-July 1983 - October 1984:

     

    Position: Chief of Computer and Communication Dept. of Technical Research institute.

    Responsibilities: Planning and site survey of LAN computer & Communications network.

    Achievements: Performance evaluation of multiple routing messages switching computer networks.

     

    IV- November 1984 - February 1986:

     

    Position: Chief of Communication System Group of Egyptian Space program in U S A.

    Responsibilities:     1- Attended postgraduate courses in Space Communication at Ohio State University (OSU), Dept. of Electrical Engineering.        

                                   2- Attended practical training program at Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA).

    Achievements:      1- completed the following courses at OSU:

                                      - Radiation from antenna.

                                      - Communication theory

                                      - Adaptive arrays.

                                      - Group studies in electrical engineering.

                                      - Advanced antenna theory.

                                    2- Selected by the National Aeronautical & Space Administration  (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center, at Greenbelt Maryland, to engage in a training period of

                                      Observation & information exchange

                                      Program in the Mission Operation Division.    

                                    3- Completed practical program in the

                                      Following areas:

     

    -         Compatibility tests on a satellite.

     

         - Real time ground stations (Land Sat 4, 5).

                                      - Commercial Satellite Earth Stations.

                                      - Study Arab Sat Commercial Satellite.

                                      - Various computer applications.

     

     

    V- March 1986 - January 1988:

     

    Position: Chief of Telemetry & Tracking Group, Armed Forces.

    Responsibilities: Management, operation, and repair of Telemetry & Tracking Systems, static test stand for engines, and flight trials.

     Achievements: Installation, use of more than 25 Telemetry & Tracing Systems for various applications.

     

    VI February 1988 - October 1991:

     

    Position: Ph.D. Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering Cairo University, Egypt.

    Responsibilities:  Preparing the thesis for the Ph.D. Degree.

     Achievements: Awarded Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering.

     

     

    VII November 1991 - June 1997

     

    Position: Manager of the Measurement, Tracking, and telemetry System Group of Armed Forces.

    Responsibilities: 1- Research and development of different printed circuit boards for measurement, command, and control subsystems.

                                   2- Feasibility study of telemetry projects.

                                   3- Establishing technical specifications required for subsystems need for telemetry according    


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