Hamdy Abd El-Hamid In 2005, he obtained a Diplôme des Etudes Approfondies (DEA) and in 2007 a Ph.D. and European Doctorate from the Universitat Rovira i Virgili in Spain. His doctoral research focused on the development of CAD models for modern (nanoscale) SOI MOSFETs from DC to RF conditions. In 2005, Abd El-Hamid was a Graduate Visiting researcher at the University of Liverpool’s Electrical Engineering Department in the U.K. In 2007, he joined the Microelectronics Laboratory at Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium. He participated in a number of short courses on Silicon On Insulator (SOI) technology at universities, industrial companies and conferences. He also attended several Euro training courses on SOI technology, devices and circuits. From October 2007 to September 2009, Abd El-Hamid worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at McMaster University’s Department of Electronics Engineering in Canada (funded by the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation). Since Sep. 2012 to right now, Dr Abd Elhamid joined the center of nanoelectronics and devices, Zewail city of science and technology, Egypt. In spring of 2019, Dr. Abdelhamid joined the electrical engineering department of Ajman University, UAE. Abd El-Hamid authored and coauthored more than 65 of research papers in device modeling, Energy harvesting, biosensors, VLSI and device/circuit simulations that were published in international journals and conference proceedings. In 2018 Dr. Abd elhamid, is professor at the center of nanoelectronics and devices. He also has couples of book chapters, patents and prototypes. Dr Abd Elhamid, received funds from ITIDA, Egypt for Energy harvesting and biomedical platform projects. Also he received fund from ASRT- Deepen Local Manufacturing- Electronics Industry (DLMEI) for design and fabricate CMOS micro-energy harvesting sources. Dr. Abd Elhamid is an IEEE senior member since 2015. Dr. Abd El-Hamid has been made a member of the American Nano Society and the Nanotech-Bank, in light of his scientific contributions in nanoelectronics and nanotechnology. In 2020, Dr. Abdelhamid has been nominated as technical committee member of IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS), for the next Three years.