Mohamed was born in Egypt, 1973. He graduated from the Electrical Engineering Dept., Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt, in 1995. By July 2000, he got his M.Sc. degree, and by July 2007 he received the Ph.D. degree from the same department. His PhD specialty in Automatic Control; direct torque control of induction machines using multilevel inverters. By April, 2010, Dr. Mohamed finished the PostDoc training matrix for PhD holders from the Faculty and Leadership Development Center (FLDC), Alexandria University, Egypt.
Although Dr. Saied is an industrialist, as a lecturer since 2008, he is responsible for designing and delivering several electrical power and automatic control courses in different Engineering faculties in Egypt. He is also an advisor for several M.Sc. dissertations in several universities. Dr Mohamed has been elevated to the IEEE senior member grade in 2013, he published 13 technical papers in refereed journals and conferences, and conferred several national and international conferences and workshops. His research fields of interest cover; automatic control, renewable energy, AC-drives, HVDC transmission, power quality, active power filters, harmonic elimination, modulation techniques, multi-level voltage source and DC/DC converters, and deadbeat control.
In addition to his academic background, Dr. Mohamed is working for Abu-Qir Fertilizers & Chemical Industries Company, Alexandria, Egypt. He has more than 20 years of rich industrial experience, and is now the General Manager of the Electrical Engineering Dept. Since 2007, he is doing several consultancy and design services for variety of factories and companies. As a self-motivation manager, through 2013-2014 he studied for the professional certificate of Business Administration, in the Arab Academy for Science and Technology. Furthermore, by June 2016, he got his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.