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Dr Ahmed Abass PhD, MSc, BSc, AFHEA (Honours, 1st class)

Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering Civil Engineering and Industrial Design

    Biography

    Personal Statement

    Dr Abass was graduated in 1998 from the Suez Canal University with a First-Class BSc Honours degree in Production Engineering and Mechanical Design (top of his class). After graduation, he worked for one year in industry as a Production Engineer, then he was appointed as a Lecturer Assistant at the Suez Canal University until 2007. Ahmed was awarded his Master degree in Mechanical Engineering from the same University in 2003. He joined the University of Liverpool staff members as a Research Associate in the field of Biomedical Engineering by Feb 2011, six months before awarding his PhD in Control Engineering at the University of Liverpool. In 2013 he moved to the School of Optometry and Vision Science at Cardiff University then he returned to the University of Liverpool as a Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) Associate based on UltraVision CLPL Contact Lenses company in 2014 (Bioengineering Knowledge Transfer Partnership rated 'outstanding'). In December 2017, he worked as a Research Associate in the Liverpool Centre for Mathematics in Healthcare (LCMH). Then he rejoined the School of Engineering at the University of Liverpool as a lecturer in Biomedical Engineering in August 2018.Association of Optometrists: CONTACT LENS PARTNERSHIP RATED ‘OUTSTANDING’

    Personal Distinctions

    • Certificate of Excellence (Innovate UK 2018)
    • The highest grade of "Outstanding" for the Knowledge Transfer Partnership KTP009521 (KTP Grading Panel, a panel of independent assessors, 2018)
    • "Distinction" overall grade, Teaching for Researchers programme, EDEV306 Supporting Student Learning, EDEV307 Assessing Student Learning (Staff Development Academy, University of Liverpool 2017)
    • Conference & Travel Award (Royal Academy of Engineering 2010)
    • Conference & Travel Fund (University of Liverpool 2010)
    • Conference Fund (University of Liverpool 2009)

    Administrative Roles

    • Professional Development Event Representative for The University of Liverpool Research Staff Association (RSA)

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