Impact-driven, curious and eager to tackle new challenges and learn/apply new skills!
I have enjoyed working in different engineering and leadership disciplines with focus, attention to details and innovation. I am highly motivated by impact, so I first get myself tuned to the bigger-picture before I dive deeply into details to solve problems from their roots.
Technically, I have accomplished and delivered solutions in multiple areas related to:
- Analog/mixed-signal IC design through my work at Apple and my Ph.D.
- Technical leadership, through my work at Apple, and my involvement in Safwan Egypt – family business – where I worked in sales, operations and technical management.
- Integrated Microsystems for brain implantable devices though my work in Ph.D. at University of Michigan
- Signal processing and Artificial Intelligence, through my work at M.S at Cairo University
- Other areas including brain-machine interfaces and energy harvesting through inductive coupling and piezoelectricity.
I also look for social impact and practiced social entrepreneurship:
- Founded and led with a great team of volunteers a non-profit organization (Egypt Scholars Inc.) to help students pursue their dreams of better graduate-level education abroad and leverage the power of applied R&D to solve critical problems. Besides being president of board, I volunteered in forming teams from ground up such as HR and Marketing, choosing technological platforms to improve remote mentoring and communication with team members across 17+ countries.
- Founded with a great team of volunteers an initiative (EDGE) aiming to leverage the talents and commitments of the Bay Area Arabs and foster a cutting-edge community dedicated to career growth and entrepreneurship.
- Co-chaired the Engineering Graduate Symposium at University of Michigan. For this work, I was honored to receive the Distinguished Leadership Award.
- Co-authored two books on fundamentals of scientific research and graduate studies abroad for Arabic speakers
In search for more impact, I have started impact and angel investing in 2016 and I love to support – and be part of – potential innovators and entrepreneurs seeking impact in areas related to Healthcare, CleanTech, Artificial Intelligence, Semiconductors, Security and Platform businesses. I am also a member of different angel groups in California including TCA and BOA.
I love motivating and working with people and diverse teams to accomplish great things. I also love fire-fighting and helping people at different levels through volunteering time and effort.
My favorite hobby is reading and watching documentaries. So if you have suggestions for me, please send them through LinkedIn.
Khaled Alashmouny became part of Silicon Engineering Group at Apple in 2013 where he has been leading the design and implementation of multiple Analog and Mixed Signal IPs into multiple generations of Apple SoCs and led design methodologies for quality improvement, power efficiency, and power integrity. Dr. Alashmouny is a strategy consultant with Safwan Egypt, a family business in Cairo, Egypt and he has been helping, mentoring, and investing in startups in Egypt and Silicon Valley. He is also a member of prominent angel groups in California including Tech Coast Angels and Band of Angels. He founded Egypt Scholars, Inc. in 2012 to help students pursue their dreams of better graduate-level education abroad and leverage the power of applied R&D to solve critical problems. He also co-authored two books on fundamentals of scientific research and graduate studies abroad for Arabic speakers. Dr. Alashmouny has led several multi-disciplinary R&D projects in areas including analog integrated circuits, neural microsystems, intra-brain communication, sleep apnea screening, artificial intelligence and wireless energy harvesting for implantable devices, resulting in 12 publications, an invited journal article, and two patents. He served as a reviewer for the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, and the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. He received B.S and M.S degrees in Systems and Biomedical Engineering from Cairo University. He was recipient of the Distinguished Leadership Award from the College of Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where he earned a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and worked on the design of analog front-ends and communication integrated circuits for 3-D neural recording microsystems.
-خالد الأشموني – حصل على البكالوريوس و الماجستير في الهندسة الحيوية الطبية و المنظومات من جامعة القاهرة في عامي 2003 و 2006, و على الدكتوراة في الهندسة الكهربية و علوم الحاسوب من جامعة ميشيجان آن آربرفي يناير 2013 حيث عمل في مجال تصميم دوائر الأنالوج المتكاملة و دوائر الاتصالات و النظم الميكرونية ثلاثية الأبعاد لتطبيقات القياسات العصبية داخل المخ. و يعمل حاليا في شركة أبل بولاية كاليفورنيا بالولايات المتحدة الأمريكية.