A young Egyptian researcher, Elham Fadali, won the Achievement of the Year Award in Physics for her research at University of Eindhoven in Netherlands.
Ilham Fadali's scientific march
- She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering from American University in Cairo.
- She studied electronics engineering and traveled for a one-semester scholarship in USA , and there she studied the physics of semiconducting materials and completed postgraduate studies there.
- She applied for a scholarship for a master's degree at European Commission in the city of Catholic University in Belgium, which is a double degree from Universities of Leuven in Belgium and Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, and she obtained a master's degree in 2015.
- She worked as a researcher at Delft Technical University in Netherlands and then began PhD journey in 2017 at Dutch University of Eindhoven.
- Her postgraduate studies focused on the physics of electronic devices instead of electronics engineering and she sought to present a good picture of Egyptians and Arabs.
The research in which Elham was involved is based on studying how to obtain light radiation from silicon to be used to speed up the process of transmitting data so that it reaches the speed of light.
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