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Moetaz from Egypt applies for Blue Card United Kingdom

Electronics engineers

Personal data:

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Profession:

Name of profession: Electronics engineers Name of latest business sector: Military Forces Latest occupation/title: Soldier Latest main activities:

Education:

Completed education: bachelor Title or Qualification: BSc Specialisation: Electronics Engineering Additional trainings:

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: United Kingdom | 2. Preferred country | region / city: France | 3. Preferred country | region / city: Belgium |

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: 3. Language skills: Arabic => excellent

Personal note /detailed application:

Moetaz M. Abbas\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPermanent Address\r\n2nd El-Bostan st Monshat Lotfallah\r\nFayoum, 63111, Egypt\r\n+20108034801\r\nmotaz.muhammad@kaust.edu.sa\r\n\r\n\r\nSummary of Skills\r\n• Strong debugging, and coding skills acquired through a range of academic projects.\r\n• Strong verbal and communication skills proven through a number of presentations given in different courses, and working as Teaching Assistant\r\n• Strong written skills proven through a number of technical reports, and a publication.\r\nEDUCATION\r\n\r\nGraduate Courses: Pure Mathematics: University of Waterloo, September 2011-April 2012\r\n\r\nMasters of Science in Computer Science \r\nKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), September 2010- September 2011, (GPA 3.5).\r\n• Relevant Courses : \r\no C++ Programming, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Linear and Nonlinear Optimization, Machine Learning, Computer Architecture, and High Performance Computing. \r\n• Relevant Projects: \r\no Implementation of five stage pipelined MIPS processor using verilog.\r\no Simulation of Electrostatic problem solution using 2D-FEM.\r\no Implementation of hybrid classifier and feature selection project to determine transaction factor of the DNA.\r\no Implementation of parallel matrix multiplication using C and OpenMP.\r\nBachelor of Science\r\n The American University in Cairo (AUC), graduated in July 2010.\r\n• Major: Double major Electronics Engineering(ABET accredited) and Mathematics (GPA 3.81).\r\n• Relevant projects\r\no Simulation of LADAR(Laser Radar) system using Matlab, C++, and building of the hardware of some parts of the system.\r\no Line tracking robot using analog circuits.\r\no Programming of PIC microcontroller using PICC to control a stepper motor, and interface with LCD.\r\no Design and Simulation of 4 bit comparator using Design Architect software using 25um CMOS technology.\r\n\r\n\r\nPublication and Technical Reports\r\n• Moetaz M. Hammouda, Hassanin H. Amer, Magdi M. Moustsfa, and Ramez M. Daoud “Markov Modeling of an 802.11-Based Communication System with Penalties” International Journal of Systems, Control and Communication(IJSCC) Accepted for publication.\r\n• Moetaz M. Hammouda “Survey about Smart Grids” \r\n• Moetaz M. Hammouda “Survey about Hilbert’s tenth problem”\r\nAwards \r\n• King Abdullah University of Science and Technology(KAUST) Fellowship, 2010.\r\n• Excellent member of a group: Math summer school 2010( Cairo University).\r\n• AUC mathematics competition 2010 1st place 1st round.\r\n• AUC mathematics competition 2009 2nd place individual.\r\n• Member of a group of three that won the 1st place in 2009 mathematics competition.\r\n• Dean’s Honor List, 2008, and 2009. \r\n• Awarded King Abdullah University of Science and Technology(KAUST) Discovery scholarship, 2008.\r\n• Awarded the governmental scholarship at the AUC, 2005.\r\n\r\nComputer Skills: \r\n• Very good knowledge of Matlab with Familiarity with many features and toolboxes acquired through many academic and personal projects.\r\n• Very good ability to program with C++ with familiarity with Visual Studio, and familiarity with open MP.\r\n• Basic knowledge of Fortran, Python, C, and Java.\r\n• Strong problem solving skills proved through \r\nExtracurricular Activities:\r\n• Member, AUC robotics club 2006-2009.\r\nParticipated in programming the function of two robots, which resulted in two working robots that were presented in the club’s annual presentation.\r\n• Participant, ACM programming competition.\r\nParticipated in ACM national and regional programming competition , Egypt, 2008. Qualified to the regional ACM programming competition.\r\n• President, AUC scouting team spring 2006-spring 2007.\r\nOrganized camps in which the team competed with teams from other universities which improved my leadership and organization skills.\r\nWork Experience\r\n• Soldier in the Egyptian Air Forces October 2011-present.\r\n• Teaching Assistant University of waterloo September 2011- April 2012.\r\no Met weekly with students to explain concepts to them.\r\no Answered student’s questions, and engaged in discussion to maximize their learning.\r\n\r\n
 

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