Ahmed Albagdady encourages the shift towards automation by utilizing the well-established 3D printers’ movement mechanism to provide small & medium-sized industries with affordable and customisable 3D stages with minimal skilled labour requirements.
German Jordanian University
Ahmed is a research assistant at the NanoLab, German Jordanian University in the fields of microfluidics and wearable sensors. His areas of expertise include microfabrication, passive microparticle separation, microbioreactors, lab-on-a-disc systems, physiological signal processing and printed electronics. Engineering novel biomedical and diagnostics devices that help improve the healthcare status in developing countries is his true passion.