Hazem is a part-time associate lecturer at the University of Chichester.
Hazem obtained his BSc in electrical communication and electronics engineering at October University for Modern Science and Art (MSA) (Egypt, 2008-2013). He obtained his MSc in the field of electrical engineering (specialised in swarm robotics) at the University of Greenwich (UK, 2015-2016). Hazem is currently a researcher at the University of Greenwich continuing his studies on distributed swarm of robots.
 Eissa, Hazem and El-Sehely, Ehab, “Smart Ovulation Detection Device Using Body Temperature” in IEEE EMBS International Students Conference, IEEE in Cairo University, Egypt, 2013.
 Eissa, Hazem M and Ahmed, Amr M and Elsehely, Ehab A, “Implementation of Smart Ovulation Detection Device” in RECENT ADVANCES in BIOMEDICAL \& CHEMICAL ENGINEERING and MATERIALS SCIENCE, PP.82, 2014.
 Seals, Richard and Eissa, Hazem, “Optimising data extraction from one dimensional distance sensors” in The First Medway Engineering Conference on Systems: Efficiency, Sustainability and Modelling, University of Greenwich, 2016.
 Eissa, Hazem and Melis, Wim JC and Keates, Simeon and Doncheva, Radostinka , “Enhancing Robotic Swarms With Fractal Behaviours to Explore Unknown Enclosed Areas”, in The 3rd Medway Engineering Conference: Systems: Efficiency, Sustainability and Modelling, University of Greenwich, Pembroke Building Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, United Kingdom, PP.1-6, 2018.
I have been delivering lectures, tutorials and lab demonstrations at the Faculty of Engineering. In addition, I have prepared reading the material for the lectures, and experimental procedures labs. I have also graded reports and course work for students.
Dr. Howard Taylor Head of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, joined the University in June 2017 from Manchester Metropolitan University after 26 years’ service, latterly as Principal Lecturer in the School of Engineering with special responsibility for Employabili
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