Prof. Dr. Hesham El Deeb

President of the Electronics Research Institute



Tel: (+202) 33310501

Prof. Hesham received his B.Sc. in 1986 and M.Sc. degree in 1989, both from Cairo University, faculty of Engineering, Communications & Electronic Engineering Department, Cairo, Egypt. On 1996, he received his doctoral degree in Computers & Electronic Engineering, from Gunma University – Japan.

He began his career as a Supervisor of Egypt's Patent Office in the Ministry of State for Scientific Research and a Professor at National Research Centre (NRC). He then joined MCIT where he supervised and managed the teams responsible for executing over 100 national projects for the automation of governmental organizations in a number of ministries, national strategic plans for communications and information technology, and preparation of plans and budgets required for implementations of IT Infrastructure projects for various ministries.

He has Co-authored two books in the fields of Computers and Information Technology and took part in the preparation of the Intellectual Property Law in Egypt. He also supervised over 10 Master & PhD thesis in high performance Computers & Information Technology fields. In addition to his strong organizational, analytical and communication skills which is found to be crucial to the success of any project.

He participated in a number of scientific activities including heading and taking part in more than 20 of international projects such as: US – Egypt Joint Fund projects, EU projects.

He has previously held numerous positions including the of Head of the Geographic Information System (GIS) division at MCIT for two years, Professor at Systems & Computers department, ERI, Ministry of Higher Education & state of Scientific research (from 2007 -2012),Visiting Professor at Computers Department, Faculty of Engineering , California university, Irvine, USA from 2000-2002, and Supervisor of Egypt’s Patent office , Academy of Scientific Research & Technology. He obtained a Patent in Computer and Communications field from Egypt's Patent office in Feb. 2010.