Biography: Mohamed El-Hadidy received his PhD degree in June 2009 at the Institute of Communication Technology (IKT), Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany. He leads several research projects as a postdoc for two years and co-supervises PhD students in the fields of UWB-MIMO and Cognitive Radios communication Systems. Since July 2011, he has been with the Institute of Digital Signal Processing, University of Duisburg-Essen as the Leader of the Research Group Simulation and Measurements. His present research topics are mainly focused on UWB-MIMO wireless communications, Channel Modeling, Interference Alignment, Cognitive Radios and Test-beds Implementations. Mohamed has more than 3 years professional experience as a representative and consultant for several multi-national companies (ABB, CST, AWR, MA/COM, Satimo, MVG) in the Middle East area. Dr. El-Hadidy is the Conference Chair of the IEEE Middle East Conference on Antennas and Propagation 2016 (MECAP’16) and he is the Teaching Director and the Project Coordinator of the German Egyptian Scientific Remote Teaching Master Program (GESCR). In the course of his career he has researched and published in the following areas: Chipless RFID Systems, Biomedical Engineering, UWB MIMO Communication Systems & Channel Modeling, Cognitive Radio & Spectrum Sensing, Interference Alignment, RADAR & Localization, Inverse Scattering & Image Processing as well as wireless systems