Moaaz Hasan Fayumy is a senior undergraduate student at MIT, specializing in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. In the capacity of a researcher with the Secure Next Generation Resilient Systems Lab (SENTRY) at KAUST, he has engaged in projects concerning the development of methods for solid-state battery 'fingerprinting', a technique designed to improve hardware security. His work is characterized by an interdisciplinary approach, merging principles of electrical engineering and computer science in the context of real-world challenges. Amid the complexity and technical difficulties of his research, he continues to adapt and advance his studies. His commitment to the fields of electrical engineering and cybersecurity is evident in his ongoing efforts and dedication to his research work.