Hani Morsi is the founder of the American University in Cairo's chapter of Students for Free Culture. He is currently working on an MA in Economics in International Development. Hani's current research and activism interests are in the realm of open technology and knowledge, social media and technology-driven development projects.
When he is not traveling for work or fun, or scrambling to finish a 50-page research paper due in 4 hours, Hani enjoys reading voraciously, planning a round-the-world trip he currently doesnâ€™t have the time or money for, and tinkering with stuff.
Hani blogs at http://hanimorsi.com, and you can contact him at hmorsi at aucegypt.edu.
- Open Access initiative at AUC
- Lead coordinator of a pilot project for a community-driven IT hub model in rural areas in Egypt. The project is aimed at producing a manual to enable users to self-replicate the model with low-cost hardware and open-source software.