Mohamed I. Ibrahim, Communication Fellow

Communication Fellow
Graduate Student

Mohamed is a fourth-year Ph.D. student working with Ruonan Han at the Microsystems Technology Lab (MTL). He is working on developing integrated systems for quantum computing and sensing applications and low power smart wireless tagging and monitoring systems. He has been working with MIT Green Lab to develop an open-source energy-saving monitoring system for chemical fume hoods for MIT labs and beyond. He has been also a member of the Egyptian Students Association since he arrived at MIT and now serves as the president. The club organizes events to introduce the Egyptian culture to the MIT community and works to guide the prospective Egyptian students who are applying for graduate studies abroad. Before joining MIT, he got his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. He worked as a teaching assistant for 4 years as a part of his tenure track as a faculty member at the same school, where he advised many undergraduate students. Outside the lab, Mohamed loves playing chess in addition to squash and soccer with friends.