I seek knowledge and diversity.
KAUST provides both in the best way.
- Biomedical electronics
- Digital electronics
- Energy Harvesting
- Quantum Mechanics
Desk: Building 3, Level 3, 3255-WS10
Honors & Awards
- Graduated B.S. with Second Honors
- B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Effat University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 2018
Esraa Fakeih is an MS/PhD student in Prof. Khaled Salama’s Sensors group. She is studying electro-physics and is currently working on underwater mechanical rectifiers.
Education and early career
Esraa obtained her undergraduate degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Effat University in 2018. During her studies she undertook a 6-month internship in KAUST where she worked on radio frequency energy harvesting systems.
Esraa’s research interests include biomedical electronics and energy harvesting.