I was born in Benha, Egypt. I graduated from Benha University 2008. I obtained a 1st Class Honors in a B.Sc specialising in Physics. Subsequently I also completed a pre-masters degree in Theoretical Physics at Benha University that further enriched my theoretical background in the field.
My undergraduate grades were high enough to afford me the opportunity to work as a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Physics at Benha University. Currently, I am a student at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in South Africa. After completing my studies I would like to pursue research in the area of Cosmology.
What inspired you to study science?
From as early as high school, I have been passionate about physics and its ability to explain the complex real world with simple theories and elegant formulas. Through physics we can reveal and appreciate the beauty of nature, and the fruits of physics research have been applied towards developing the infrastructure of modern society.
A quote that inspires you?
“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.”
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