Mohamed Abdelhamid

Research Assistant

Mohamed Abdelhamid is a graduate student in the Electrical Engineering and computer science department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology co-advised by Anantha Chandrakasan and Fadel Adib. He is currently pursuing his PhD degree with a focus on designing low power batteryless wireless sensors for in-body implants. His research interests include low power RF circuits, energy harvesting, and in-body networks.

Research Interests

Low-Power Integrated Circuits, In-Body Implants, Wireless Energy Harvesting

Digital Health



Ph.D. 2021 MIT

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

M.S. 2017 MIT

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

B.Sc. 2013 Cairo University

Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering


Digital Health    Robotics    RFID

ACM MobiCom ’20
Mohamed R. Abdelhamid, Ruicong Chen, Joonhyuk Cho, Anantha P. Chandrakasan, Fadel Adib

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