Tamer Mohamed received his B.A.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering (Biomedical option) with distinction in 2011 and a M.A.Sc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2014, both from UBC. He also completed an Engineering Management specialization at UBC. Tamer’s graduate studies focused on researching and developing a 3D bioprinting software toolchain for the computer-aided design and 3D printing of heterogeneous biological structures. Tamer received admission to the Ph.D. program in Electrical and Computer Engineering at UBC for September 2014, but instead decided to focus his efforts on building Aspect Biosystems, a 3D bioprinting company that he co-founded, and take on the role of VP, Software Engineering in the company.
In addition to his research, Tamer enjoys computer programming, humanitarian activities, history, and soccer. Tamer also developed this website.