The University of Southampton

Mahmoud Wagih Mohamed SIEEE

PhD Research Student

Mahmoud received his EEE BEng (First Class Hons.) from the University of Southampton (2018), and is pursuing his PhD in the smart electronics materials and systems group, University of Southampton. His research interests include RF energy harvestingultra-low power sensor networks, analog, RF and power management IC design, in addition to embedded systems and processors.

Previously worked as a research assistant, in the University of Southampton in collaboration with Intel, investigating novel high speed differential transmission lines. In addition, interned at ARM working on hardware acceleration of IP verification flows.

Recipient of the Andy Cranny Memorial Prize (2017/18), for the Best Undergraduate Project from 300 projects for the Project: "Flexible WIreless Sensor Node for Foot-Plantar Pressure Sensing"

IEEE Graduate Student Member: Reviewer for the IEEE Sensors Letters



Research interests

RF Energy Harvesting, mmWave circuits, On-chip Power Management, Analogue and RFIC design, Ultra-Low Power Sensor Networks, electronic textiles


Rotaru, Mihai and Wagih, Mahmoud Ashraf (2017) Analysis and design of low loss differential transmission line structures for high speed applications. In Electronics Packaging Technology Conference (EPTC), 2017 IEEE 19th. IEEE. pp. 1-5 . (doi:10.1109/EPTC.2017.8277541).

Wagih, Mahmoud, Wei, Yang, Yong, Sheng and Beeby, Stephen (2018) Connecting and powering flexible IoT, an insole case study. Arm Research Summit 2018, Cambridge, United Kingdom. 17 - 19 Sep 2018.

Mohamed, Mahmoud Ashraf Hassan Wagih, Wei, Yang and Beeby, Stephen (2018) Dataset for Flexible 2.4 GHz Node for Body Area Networks with a Compact High-Gain Planar Antenna. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0702 [Dataset]

Wagih, Mahmoud, Wei, Yang and Beeby, Steve (2018) Flexible 2.4 GHz node for body area networks with a compact high-gain planar antenna. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 18 (1), 49-53. (doi:10.1109/LAWP.2018.2880490).


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