Prof. Diaa A. M. Khalil

Senior Member | Dean, Faculty of Engineering at Ain Shams University
Khalil, Diaa A. M.
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SPIE Membership: 19.1 years total | 19.1 years voting
SPIE Awards: Senior status
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Area of Expertise: Optical MEMS, Integrated optics, Optical communication systems, Semiconductor laser
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Prof. Diaa Khalil has over 35 years of experience in micro photonics systems, including integrated optoelectronics and optical MEMS technology. He obtained his PhD from INPG France in 1993. He is a Professor of photonics in the Faculty of Eng., Ain Shams University since 2004, and currently the Vice dean of post graduate and research affairs.
Diaa Khalil is also the CTO of the Optical MEMS Division in Si-Ware Systems company, leading a group of talented engineers developing an innovative FTIR MEMS spectrometer, a unique product that gained the Prism award in the Photonics West conference 2014 in USA. He is a holder of the Egyptian state incentive prize in engineering sciences in 1998. He is a senior member in OSA and IEEE and a member in the SPIE and URSI societies. He is also a member in the editorial board of the journal, “Light: Science and Applications” published by the Nature Publishing Group NPG. He is inventor of about 25 granted international patents and more than 10 other patent applications. He is author and co-author of more than 270 publications, in international journals and conferences, in addition to 2 book chapters and 1 ebook published by SPIE

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