Hossny El-Sherief

Mr. Hossny E. El-Sherief

Manager, Electronics Software & Engineering Center, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Mission Systems
Member, ECE Board of Advisors

Contact Information

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

    Industrial Work History and Experience

    Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems 1987 – Present
    Senior Manager, Guidance, Navigation and Control Center

    Exxon Production Research Company (1981 to 1987)
    Group leader and Research Engineering specialist.

    Academic Work History and Experience

    Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, University of California, Riverside (1996 to present)
    Teaching classes in digital signal processing, digital control and microelectronics circuits. Participated in the development of a graduate program.

    Member of the Advisory Board, Electrical Engineering Department (1989 to present)
    Member of the Advisory Board at the University of California, Irvine, University of California, Riverside, the California State University, Long Beach and the University of Nevada, Reno.
    Served on several committees, including curriculum development, laboratory development and ABET-2000 accreditation preparation.

    Master Thesis Committee Member, California Sate Polytechnic University, Pomona, (1993-1995)
    Served as a member of a Master Thesis committee at the Department of Electrical Engineering.

    Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Petroleum and Minerals (1979 to 1981)
    Taught courses in control systems, state estimation, electronics. Conducted research and advised Master Thesis on the subject of system identification.

    Education

    PhD Electrical Engineering, McMaster University, Canada, 1979
    MS Electrical Engineering, McMaster University, Canada, 1977
    BS Applied Mathematics (honors), Ain Shams University, Egypt, 1975
    BS Electrical Engineering (honors), Cairo University, Egypt, 1973

    Published over 60 technical papers in journals and conferences on system identification, digital signal processing, GPS, modeling and simulation, guidance and control.