My name is Hassan and my genuine passion goes for science. I’m a true believer in physics while math, for me, is a specially tuned language for seeing the beauty in our universe. I never encounter anything more beautiful than a physics theory put in action by virtue of nature. Anything but a one engineered by a human mind. I love traveling and meeting new people from every corner of the world. I’m curious by nature and so much interested in knowing about different cultures and languages.
I’m originally from Egypt and my personal/professional career interest is control and robotics engineering. I did my bachelors in aerospace engineering, spent one year as a grad student in the automatic control of mechanical power systems lab. I then got my masters degree in robotics engineering. I worked in vision-based autonomous navigation (focusing on SLAM, Monte Carlo Localization) during my master’s in university lab and in ML-based prosthetic robotics at Robotics and Mechatronics Center in the German Aerospace Center. I worked in industry as well for controller performance assessment of wind turbines. I’m currently working on perception and handling of deformable objects using robotics.
Believing in knowledge and committing to sharing and development, I have been working on several development projects, all centered about education. The first and major field I contribute to is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) education. I’ve founded and led many initiatives for young students, with the aim of getting them inspired about engineering and have a joyful experience out of learning science. My second interesting field is about history for which I’ve invested a lot of time and energy for building various programs and activities to help raise the awareness about heritage conservation and try to make history an interesting area to study.