University of Aleppo, Florida Institute of Technology, Kansas State University
Bachelor, Master, and PhD
In Galway University, Cork University, company in Galway, and now in Waterford
I am an electronic and communications engineer. I am from Syria and I work as a researcher at Waterford Institute of Technology in Waterford.
I had lived in multiple countries including Saudi Arabia, Syria, America, and now Ireland! I enjoy travelling, visiting countryside, beaches, and meeting new people! I believe that my travel experience has enriched me a person on a personal and professional aspects.
My hobbies are: running, swimming, listening to music, watching films, going to beach, hanging out with friends, and reading books.
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My Typical Day
I get up before the sunrise, have breakfast, exercise, and go to work. In my work, I work mostly in office in front of PC where I design electronic circuits, program those circuits to collect and transmit data over the air,. Then, I go to the farm, place sensor and electronic devices underneath soil surface and conduct experiments. After that, I process and analyze the data collected and then I refine my design multiple times until I get the best results possible. After work, I enjoy watching movies, documentaries, talk to friends and going to the gym or beach.
What I'd do with the prize money
Buy electronic circuits to develop new interesting applications!
How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
Curious, inventor, engineer
What did you want to be after you left school?
Were you ever in trouble at school?
No, I was quiet person
Who is your favourite singer or band?
What's your favourite food?
BBQ Mixed Grill
What is the most fun thing you've done?
Travel with family in the the US visiting New York and Florida
If you had 3 wishes for yourself what would they be? - be honest!
Have a family with beautiful children, live near a river
Tell us a joke.
Why don’t scientists trust atoms? Because they make up everything.