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Welcome from the dean

I’m delighted to welcome you to School of Electronics, Communication and Computer Engineering (ECCE) web site. The information you’ll find here is designed to paint as complete a picture as possible of our programs, our project based multidisciplinary approach as well as our research activities. If you still have questions after visiting the site, there are friendly people throughout our Departments, who’ll be pleased to provide you with answers.

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ECE News

January 29, 2020

Projects and Grants (1st of July 2019 – 1st of January 2020)

Projects and Grants Velocity Map Generation from Seismic Data Using Deep Learning Techniques, PI Ahmed El-Mahdy, accepted from Bright skies...
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January 29, 2020

Conferences Publications (1st of July 2019 – 1st of January 2020)

Conferences Publications   Mahmoud, G. Fahmy, A. B. Abdel-Rahman, A. Allam, M. Abo-Zahhad, H. Jia, and R. K. Pokharel, “Enhancing...
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CSE News

February 10, 2018

Accepted Journal Publications February 2018

Reda Elbasiony and Walid Gomaa. Humanoids skill learning based on realtime human motion imitation using kinect. Intelligent Service Robotics, Feb...
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January 15, 2018

CSE Grants January 2018

The grant proposal for Prof Elmahdy with the title “BlinkApp! A Smartphone based Automatic Accident Detection, Risk Assessment, and Notification...
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Prof. Mohammed Abo-Zahhad

Past Events

Top Events:June 2018 CSE

Start date: June 1, 2018

End date: June 30, 2018

El-Mahdy: Reviewing a journal paper from IEEE Transactions on
Intelligent Transportation Systems, ISI Impact Factor 4.051, Q1; CSE
Ranking ‘S’.
 El-Mahdy: Invited as an external examiner for PhD thesis defence from Ain
Shams University.
 El-Mahdy: Is invited to be Program Committee member of the International
Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems 2019 to be held in
Germany. The conference is Ranked ‘A’ according to the CSE Ranking.
 El-Mahdy: Attending Supreme Council Meeting with 15 UK Presidents
 El-Mahdy: CoderDojo Event for teaching programming for kids in BibAlex
on Friday 29/6/2018.
 El-Mahdy: Submitted a paper with the title “Performance Modeling of
MPI-based Applications on Cloud Multicore Servers” to Computer
Architecture Letters, IEEE, ISI Impact Factor 1.521, Q2; CSE Ranking ‘A’.
 Sherif Rabia: Preparing responses to the reviewers’ comments for the
research proposal submitted to NTRA after being shortlisted.
 Walid Gomaa: Reviewing the paper “Piegat, Andrzej; Landowski, Marek Is
an interval the right result of arithmetic operations on intervals? Int. J. Appl.
Math. Comput. Sci. 27 (2017), no. 3, 575–590. 65G30” for AMS
Mathematical Reviews.
 Walid Gomaa: Reviewing a project for the ici cluster.

Top Events May 2018

Start date: May 1, 2018

End date: May 31, 2018

Prof. Mohammed Abo-Zahhad and Prof. Maha Elsabrouty have reviewed
one grant from ITIDA.
 Prof El-Mahdy has reviewed three grants from ITIDA.
 BusTrack Grant Review meeting for Prof El-Mahdy.
 R/D consultation meeting at Brightskies Company (Prof Gomaa and Prof
 Submitted a paper: Abdallah Saad, Ahmed El-Mahdy and Hisham ElShishiny, Towards Performance Modelling and Evaluation of SPECMPI on
the Cloud, to HeteroPar 2018 Workshop (Part of Europar Conference Rank
 Paper followup; Assoc Editor is assigned for the paper: Muhammad
Hataba, Ahmed El-Mahdy, Kazunori Ueda, “Generation of Efficient
Obfuscated Code Through Just-In-Time Compilation” submitted to IEICE
Transactions on Information and Systems (SJR 0.2, Citations/Doc 0.63, Q3)
 Walid Gomaa: invited visit to The Big Data Institute, Shenzhen University,
Shenzhen, China: 21 May 2018 to 25 May 2018 to discuss research
 Walid Gomaa: Invited talk and session
Title: “Semantic Analysis of Crowded Scenes Based on Non-Parametric
Tracklet Clustering”
Event: Invited session at the Big Data Institute, Shenzhen University.
Location: The Big Data Institute, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China.
Date: Monday May 21st, 2018.
 Walid Gomaa: reviewing the paper “Tell, Roei Improved bounds for
quantified derandomization of constant-depth circuits and polynomials.
32nd Computational Complexity Conference, Art. No. 13, 48 pp., LIPIcs.
Leibniz Int. Proc. Inform., 79, Schloss Dagstuhl. Leibniz-Zent. Inform.,
Wadern, 2017.” for Mathematical Reviews MR.
 Amin Shoukry (co-author): “A Hybrid Deep Architecture for Human
Action Recognition Integrating Body Pose, Part Shape and Motion”. Paper
submitted to IEEE Access (ID is Access-2018-08743).
 El-Mahdy and Amin Shoukry: Preparing the fall 2018 General Admission
 El-Mahdy, Sherif Rabea and Amin Shoukry: Correcting the general exam
for 60 candidates.
 CSE Staff: Preparing the spring 2018 CSE Subject Exam – Interviewing of
6 candidates.
 Amin Shoukry: Preparing (with other 3 members) the Logical thinking
Undergraduate Sample Exam.
 Amin Shoukry: Preparation for the 2nd BCI (Brain Computer Interface)
Project Phase.
 Sherif Rabia: Submitted the following two papers:
 Ahmed Y. Zakariya, Ahmed F. Tayel, Sherif I. Rabia, Ahmed Mansour,
and Mohamed Azab. Modeling and Analysis of Cognitive Radio Networks
under Different Channel Access Capabilities of Secondary Users.
Submitted to Computer Networks. (Impact Factor 2.516, Q1; SJR 0.5,
citations/doc 3.09, Q2.)
 Ahmed Y. Zakariya, Sherif I. Rabia, and Yasmine Abouelseoud. An
Optimized General Target Channel Sequence for Prioritized Cognitive
Radio Networks. Submitted to Computer Networks. (Impact Factor 2.516,
Q1; SJR 0.5, citations/doc 3.09, Q2.)