Engineering Technology & Applied Sciences
Ahmed G. Radwan (SMIEEE, FAAS) is the Vice President for Research, Nile University and Professor in the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt. He was the former center director of NISC–Nile University, and TCCD–Cairo University. Dr. Radwan is selected as a member in the national committee of mathematics, and applied science research council as well as member of the first council of the Egyptian Young Academy of Science, and MC Observer to COST Action CA15225.
Dr. Radwan has more than 330 papers, H-index 42, more than 5400 citations and six US patents in several interdisciplinary concepts between mathematics and engineering applications. Dr. Radwan on the top authors worldwide for the two research tracks (T.21555 & T.8806) based on SciVal database. Previously, he was a visiting professor-ECE, McMaster Univ.-Canada [2008–2009], then part of the first research teams of KAUST, KSA [2009 -2011].
Dr. Radwan received the Scopus award in engineering and technology 2019, State first class medal of science and arts, State excellence award 2018, Cairo University excellence award for research 2016, Abdul Hameed Shoman award in basic sciences 2015, State achievements award for research 2012, Prof. Mohamed Amin Lotfy award 2016, Cairo University achievements award 2013, and Prof. Hazem Ezzat best researcher awards Nile University during 2015–2017. He was awarded best thesis supervisor for 4 PhD theses and 3 M.Sc. theses, best paper/poster awards from several international conferences, and the Cairo Univ. international publications award for the top researchers during 2011-2018 individually.
He received many research grants from different organizations, founder of the NILES international conference http://niles2020.nu.edu.eg/, founder of the “Undergraduate Research Forum” https://nu.edu.eg/research-forum/, involved in the TPC of several international conferences, Associate Editor of Journal of Advanced Research https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-advanced-research, lead/guest editor for different special issues, and has many academic visits in more than 20 countries.