Ahmed M. Attiya received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Cairo University (Egypt), and the B.S. degree, with Honor Degree, in Electrical Engineering from the Zagazig University (Egypt). Before joining Electronics Research Institute (ERI) (Egypt) in 1991, he was a Design Engineer in Electrolab (Egypt). Then, Dr. Attiya has got a position of Research Assistant in ERI. He became a researcher at ERI at 2001. In 2006 he was promoted to be Associate Prof. in the Field of Electromagnetics and Microwave Engineering in ERI. In 2012 he was promoted to be Professor in the Field of Electromagnetics and Microwave Engineering in ERI.
Dr. Attiya worked as a research associate in Electrical Engineering Dept. in Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (USA) in the period from Oct. 2002 to Dec. 2003. He also worked as visiting scholar in Electrical Engineering Dept. in Olemiss University of Mississippi (USA) in the period from August 2004 to August 2005. In the period from October 2005 to December 2006, Dr. Attiya cooperated with the Egyptian Space Program.
Dr. Attiya has an experience in electromagnetics, antennas, microstrip structures, microwave measurements, antenna measurements, numerical and asymptotic methods, scattering and diffraction, short pulse electromagnetics, UWB antennas, localized waves, satellite communications, frequency selective surfaces, electromagnetic and photonic band gap structures, carbon nanotubes and their applications in microwave.
Dr. Attiya is a member of IEEE since 2003.
In 2007, Dr. Attiya was awarded the National Encouragement Prize in Engineering Science from Scientific Research Academy of Egypt.
B.Sc. Electronics and Communication Engineering Excellent with Honors Zagazig University, Shoubra Faculty of Engineering Electrical Communication Dept.,
M.Sc. Electronics and Communication Engineering Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering
Ph.D. Electronics and Communication Engineering Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering
Analysis, Design, and Test X-Band Transmitter System in The Space Segment
Propagation in Periodic Structures Such as Photonic Band Gap Structures and Frequency Selective Surfaces.
Experimental and Analytical Study of Ultra Wideband Signal Propagation in Indoor Environment. This Study Was Based on Both Time Domain and Frequency Domain Measurements in A Bandwidth from 100 MHz to nearly 12 GHz.
Theoretical Study of Electrical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes.
Studying Antenna Near Field Measurements.
Analysis and Investigation of The Properties of X-Wave Propagation, Scattering, Diffraction, and Methods of Generation
Analysis and Design of Microstrip Antennas for Different Applications, Studying Propagation, Scatting and Diffraction Problems, and Performing Microwave and Antenna Measurements.