Youssef Mohamed Ahmed, 21 years old, Egyptian young man, and a graduate of Faculty of Science, Cairo University in the academic year 2011/2012, has innovated a device that can control circuits of any device at any place in the world via phones through transferring commands and signals from a phone to another, using terrestrial and satellite networks. This device has the option of converting positive signals that reach the phone to digital signals. It also can carry out many operations and can be used in preventing train accidents.
The President of Cairo University thanks Cambridge for the courage shown in its return to fairer assessment methods, which restored the world’s confidence in it.
Cairo University Celebrates Forty Fifth Anniversary of October Victory
Cairo University President Meets Vice-President of Renmin University of China to Discuss Means of Cooperation of Belt and Road Initiative with Ain Shams University President Attending
Open Dialog by Minister of Islamic Endowments and Cairo University President with Students about Deconstructing Extremist Ideologies
Cairo University Organizes International Forum for Cultural Heritage entitled Popular Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies in Participation with Researchers from 9 States