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Rania Morsi

In Alumni
Sunday, April 17, 2022

Rania Morsi received the B.Sc. degree in Communication Engineering from the faculty of Information Engineering and Technology (IET) at the German University in Cairo (GUC) in 2009. In 2010, she received the M.Sc. degree from the international Master's program "Communications Technology" at Ulm University, Germany.

In 2020, she earned the Dr.-Ing. Degree with distinction from the institute for digital communications at the Friedrich-Alexander-University (FAU), Erlangen, Germany.

Rania was awarded the best doctoral thesis at the level of Germany for the year 2021 presented by the German Scientific Foundation VDE, an institution for scientists and engineers working in the field of electricity, electronics and information technology in Germany.

This award is given annually to young scientists for an outstanding PhD thesis in the field of information technology. The VDE Foundation is one of the largest technical and scientific societies in Europe.

Mainly her thesis topic revolves around charging communication devices wirelessly while we use and move them, just as devices communicate wirelessly.

Rania Morsi was chosen at the graduation ceremony for doctoral graduates for the year 2020 to be personally honored by the President of FAU for her Ph.D. As she designed a wireless network, in which the transmitter transmits data to one device at a specific time. In addition, she had designed transmission methods that can be easily integrated into the existing telecom network infrastructure.

She was able to design the shape of the radio waves to achieve the required balance between the amount of power and the amount of data sent to the devices.

Moreover, Rania Morsi designed that each sensor sends its recorded data with a certain fixed signal strength, although this solution is simple, and in fact, she succeeded in her PhD in solving many problems facing systems that transmit data and energy wirelessly.


Currently Rania works as Development Engineer for 5G physical layer at Rohde & Schwarz in Germany. Previously during the period from February 2011 to July 2012, she worked as a teaching and research assistant at the GUC.

Rania won the third best tutorial evaluation twice in FAU in 2012 and 2013 for teaching the "Digital Communications" master course. In addition, in 2010, she received the second-best student award at the Master's program at Ulm University & during her education at the GUC; she ranked first in the B.Sc. degree over the faculty of IET in the GUC, in 2009. 


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