Mai Ali is currently an Instructor of Electrical Engineering at Alfaisal University. She obtained BSc degree (honours) from University of Khartoum, 2008, and MSc in electrical engineering (with distinction) from the American University of Sharjah (AUS), 2011. Her research interests are in the areas of wireless communications, autonomous wireless sensor networks, energy harvesting, biomedical sensing, and low power Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits design (RFIC), Data Science and Machine Learning.. For the last two years she has been working as a Research Associate for Semiconductor Research Corporation at the American University of Sharjah. She led the Microelectronics Integrated Circuits and Systems (MICS) research group activities where successfully managed to tape-out an RF energy harvesting chip. During Her Master’s study at AUS, she assisted in teaching Electronics for undergraduates and advanced engineering mathematics for graduate level. Her master thesis entitled “Low Power Wireless Subcutaneous Transmitter”, won the third prize at the European Microwave Week, Manchester, Oct., 2011, and the first prize at the International Conference on Mechatronics Applications, Sharjah, Apr., 2010. Her research experience was supported by several training courses in the field, such as wireless transceiver system design for modern communication standards and energy harvester and energy processing circuits, San Francisco, Feb., 2013. Her research is published in top ranked international conferences and journals. She is a member of IEEE and IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (IEEE-SSCS).