- Robust control systems
- Human-in-the-loop control systems
- Model-based design
- Quantum systems and quantum control
- PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia (2013)
- MS in Theoretical Physics, Suez Canal University, Egypt (2009)
- BS in Applied mathematics, Suez Canal University, Egypt (2004)
From 2015 till 2017 Mohamed A. Mabrok was a research associate at Robotics, Intelligent Systems & Control (RISC) research group at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Currently, he is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Engineering at the Australian College of Kuwait. He obtained his Ph.D. in the field of systems and control in 2013 from the University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, Australia. Mohamed also holds a bachelor degree in applied mathematics and a master degree in applied mathematics/quantum physics.
Mohamed's research focuses on understanding, modeling, and analyzing large-scale dynamical systems to provide a rigorous framework for control system design and optimization tools for real-world applications. Currently, his interests span to man-machine systems, as well as robotics and intelligent systems, where dynamical systems and control theoretic tools can be leveraged to develop new analysis tools. In the context of human-machine systems, the goal is to develop and understand the attributes and the limitation of the human operator, build a realistic application-based model for the human behavior, and Integrate the human models into a formal control synthesis methodology.