Mohamed M. Elkhatib received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from MTC, Cairo, Egypt in 1994 and 1999 respectively. He received the PhD from University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom in Dec. 2007. He worked as Consultant and Analog Circuit Designer, for PSI Electronics, Glasgow, UK from Sep.2007 to Feb.2008. He then joined the Electronics Engineering Department, MTC as assistant professor since 2008 and till now. He has been promoted to an associate professor in 2015. He also a Visiting Lecturer in many Egyptian Universities. He is served as Technical reporter (organization Board) of the 6th International Scientific Conference of the Military Technical College, ISC-MTC-6, 2012 and Conference Rapporteur Assistant of the “9th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ICEENG-9. He is also in the technical panel of “IEEE European DSP Education & Research Conference”. His research interests include modeling and characterization of MOS devices, Sensors read out circuits, mixed-mode VLSI design, Low power circuit design, ASICs for control applications, Intelligent control systems, Fuzzy systems, Mechatronics control systems design, wireless sensor nodes, Power management circuit design and fuzzy Energy harvesting. He has published many conference and journal papers. From Feb. to Aug. of 2016, Dr. El-Khatib was a visting scholar at the Power Management Research Lab (PMRL), Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The Ohio State University, where he worked on fuzzy control of linear power regulators.