About Me

I am a Robotics PhD student at the Georgia Institute of Technology under the supervision of Dr. Magnus Egerstedt. At the GRITS lab, my research currently focuses on distributed control, and task allocation for heterogeneous multi-agent teams.

I am an Egyptian-American who fluently speaks Arabic, French & English. I grew up in Alexandria, Egypt then moved to Aix-En-Provence at the age of 14, in the midst of the Egyptian Revolution. In France, I improved my English through attending an international bilingual school. A few years later I came to Atlanta, GA and pursued a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech. Upon doing some undergraduate research at the GRITS lab, I enjoyed it so much I decided to stay! So here I am :)