Mohamed Elmasry

Mohamed Elmasry () (born December 24, 1943) is a Canadian engineering professor, imam, and has been a leader in the Canadian Muslim community. He was born in Cairo, Egypt and received his Bachelor of Science in 1965 from Cairo University. He continued his studies in Canada earning masters and doctorate degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Ottawa in 1970 and 1974. He has worked in the area of digital integrated microchip design for over four decades.

From 1965 to 1968, Elmasry worked for Cairo University and from 1972 to 1974 for Bell-Northern Research in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Since 1974, he has been with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo in Ontario where he is a founding Director of the VLSI (Microchip) Research Group.

As a spokesperson for Muslim causes through the Canadian Islamic Congress, he has been a regular contributor to ''The Globe and Mail''. His remarks, especially those concerning the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, have drawn significant attention in the Canadian media. He has accused some of his opponents of being anti-Islam.

Elmasry has authored and co-authored more than 500 research papers and 16 books on integrated circuit design and design automation, as well as having several patents to his credit. He has edited the following books for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers: ''Digital MOS Integrated Circuits'' (1981); ''Digital VLSI Systems'' (1985), ''Digital MOS Integrated Circuits II'' (1991) and ''Analysis and Design of BiCMOS Integrated Circuits'' (1993). Provided by Wikipedia

by Anis, Mohab, Elmasry, Mohamed
Published 2003
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by Bellaouar, Abdellatif, Elmasry, Mohamed
Published 1995
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by Gebotys, Catherine H., Elmasry, Mohamed I.
Published 1992
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by Farag, Emad N., Elmasry, Mohamed I.
Published 2002
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by Gu, Richard X., Sharaf, Khaled M., Elmasry, Mohamed I.
Published 1996
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Published 1994
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