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Dr. Amir Roushdy Ali is the founder and the group director for the ARAtronics Research Center (Applied-Science & Robotics Laboratory for Applied-Mechatronics) at the German University in Cairo also he is the CEO & Co-founder and the Research and Development Executive at ONGINEERINGco Consulting Group. Dr. Amir is an Assistant Professor in Mechatronics Engineering Department at the German University in Cairo (GUC). Also, he is a Visitor Research Scholar in Mechanical Engineering Department at Texas Tech University (TTU). Dr. Amir received his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2015 from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, USA in the field of Micro-Optical Sensors to develop prosthetic limbs for amputees and connected directly with their brain using optical fiber technologies. Dr. Amir's research focuses on developing micro-resonator-based opto-mechanical sensors technology using the whispering gallery mode (WGM) phenomena. In 2017, Dr. Amir was appointed as a member in the Editorial Board of American Journal of Optics and Photonics. Currently, Dr. Amir is a reviewer at the Optical Society of America (OSA) and a reviewer for the American Institute of Physics (AIP). Dr. Amir received the notable alumni award from the Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA in 2017. He has been awarded the Dean's and the ME Department's award for best presentation at the SMU Research day in 2013. Dr. Amir also won the best presentation award at the "Research Improve" sponsored by the Lyle School of Engineering. Dr. Amir is a member of the Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, (AIAA) and (IEEE). He is also a member of Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE). His area of expertise in the Opto-Mechatronics systems for sensing applications, Biomedical sensing devices, Locomotion and Vibration, Haptic Interfaces, Composite control strategies, Robotics and flexible manipulators, Brain computer interface, Neuroscience and electrophysiology.