Dr. Ahmed Hamed Mohamed
Visiting Academic Researcher, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering 

Application areas

E-mail: Ahmedelfarouk -- at -- gmail.com



B.SC in Electric Engineering - 1992 Grade “Excellent”
Higher studies for professionals Diploma – 1995 Grade “Very Good”
M Sc in Electric Engineering in the field of optical design with a thesis title
    “Optical Engineering and infrared radiation” – Jan 2000


PhD in Electric Engineering in the field of Semiconductor materials and sensors    with a thesis title “Design and Fabrication of infrared Detectors” – December    2006.

    • Research fellow in the DOE (Department of Electronics. Started March 2008 Till October 2008).
    • post-doctoral fellow and visiting academic at the Faculty of Engineering and Design, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, for the period April – September, 2015.

Research interests

  • Thermography techniques and thermal imaging analysis towards developing the next generation of concrete masonry blocks.
  • Search and rescue using thermal & visual imaging techniques
  • Thermal imaging Noninvasive diagnostics in medical fields.
  • Design and fabrication of tunable Flairs for detection and tracking of objects in harsh environment.   

 Current research activities

Infrared thermography is a modern non-destructive measuring method for the examination of redeveloped and non-renovated buildings. Infrared cameras provide a means for temperature measurement in building constructions from the inside as well as from the outside. Thus heat bridges can be detected. It has been shown that infrared thermography is applicable for insulation inspection, identifying air leakage and heat losses sources, finding the exact position of heating tubes or for discovering the reasons why mold, moisture is growing in a particular area, and it is also used in conservation field to detect hidden characteristics, degradations of building structures.