Other

PhD in Computer Science (October 1995)
Title:

Software Development environment Based on Object Oriented and Logic Programming Paradigms.

Awarding Institute:

Dept. of Computer and Information Sciences, Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University. Joint Supervision under channel supervision system with Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS).

Supervisors:

Prof. Seif Haridi, Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS),
Sweden
Prof. Ahmed Rafea, American University in Cairo, Egypt, and
Prof. Salwa ElGamal, Cairo University, Egypt.

Awards

Enterprise Transformation Summit & Awards 2019, Dubai, UAE, 7th Oct., 2019. Individual Maestro: Transformation Maestro in IT Research.

Awarded PhD theses
  1. Manar Alkhatib, Neural Machine Translation for Arabic Language, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov. 2019.
  2. Taher Al Braik AL Ameri, An Exploratory Study on the Role of Stakeholder Management in the Implementation of Smart Government Projects in the UAE, PhD in Project Management, The British University in Dubai, UAE, 2019.
  3. Linda Khaled Al Hassan, Information Technology Disaster Recovery Plan (IT DRP) Framework – A study on IT Continuity for Smart City in Abu Dhabi Smart Government, PhD in Computer Science, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 2017.
  4. Mohammad Khaled Al Hassan, PhD in Computer Science, Smart Safe Cities Implementation of Information Technology Architecture to achieve Response Readiness and National Resilience. Assuring Citizens’ Happiness and Future Prosperity and the capability of future Governments to achieve the United Arab Emirates 100 Year Vision, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 2017.
  5. Haitham Mohamed Abo Bakr, Building Algorithms and Databases for Arabic Linguistic Analysis, Computer and Control Dept., Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University, Egypt, June 2009.
  6. Ahmed Farouk Ahmed, Understanding of Spoken Arabic, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, January 2009.
  7. Mohammed Sayed Kayed, Information Extraction from Semi-Structured Web Pages, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Beni-Sweef University, Egypt, August 2007.
  8. Mohammed Yehia Hassan, Extracting Ontology from Different Sources, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, July 2007.
  9. Mohamed Osama Abo Khozium, Intelligent information system for jamming and anti-jamming applications of electromagnetic spectrum, Information Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, 2005.
  10. Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim, A Model and supporting Mechanism for Student and Item Evaluation in Distance Learning-based Environment, Information Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, 2005.
  11. Suzanne Soliman Shafic, A Tool for Knowledge Discovery in Life Assurance, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2003.
  12. Hussien Aly Kamel Rady, An Authoring Shell for Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2001.
Awarded MSc Theses
  1. Fatma Ali Mohamed Ali Altaheri, Exploring Machine Learning Models to Predict Harmonized System Code, The British University in Dubai, UAE, November 2019.
  2. Zainab Ismail Alkashari, Mining Dubai Government Twitter Accounts, The British University in Dubai, UAE, November 2019.
  3. Sharmila Siddartha, Data mining approach to predict student’s selection of program majors, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2019.
  4. Wadha Rashid Al Ketbi, Facilitating Decisions by Using a Data-Driven – Decision Making for Management Using Business Intelligence: Case Study: Social-Services Departments in the Emirate of Sharjah, The British University in Dubai, UAE, April 2019.
  5. Gita Mooliyil, Performance Prediction Using Classification, The British University in Dubai, UAE, April 2019.
  6. Wael Tawfiq Swaidan, Urban Planning with Mobile data, The British University in Dubai, UAE, April 2019.
  7. Ahmed Atta Ahmed Sultan, Machine Learning Techniques for Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov. 2018.
  8. Ragia Abdel Wahab, Factors affecting digital government services adoption, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov. 2018.
  9. Bilal Yacoub Siyam, Deep Learning for Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis of Government Mobile Apps Reviews, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept. 2018.
  10. Dimah Hamdan, Government Data Governance and Management Frameworks Positive Coloration to Enhance Data Sharing and Efficiency of Government Services in Smart Cities, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept. 2018.
  11. Feras Khater, Arabic Question Answering from diverse data sources, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept. 2018.
  12. Fatmah Saif Obaid AlHefeiti, Society 5.0: A human-centered society that balances economic advancement with the resolution of social problems by a system that highly integrates cyberspace and physical space, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov. 2018.
  13. Ali Baha’Eddin Albarghothi, An Ontology-based Semantic Web for Arabic Question Answering: The Case of E-Government Services, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept. 2018.
  14. Amjed Tariq Mohammad Abu Saa, Mining Student Information System Records to Predict Students’ Academic Performance, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept. 2018.
  15. Said Salloum, Investigating students’ acceptance of E-learning system in Higher Educational Environments in the UAE: Applying the Extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), The British University in Dubai, UAE, April 2018.
  16. Nidal Allamadani, A study of Public Cloud Risks at companies in UAE, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 2017.
  17. Mostafa Mahmoud Ghabor, Knowledge Management Practices in UAE Construction Sector, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 2017.
  18. Mahmoud Esmat Hamdy, A Hybrid Semantic Integration Framework for Improving Data Quality, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 2017.
  19. Bashaer Yateem, Virtual Museums Technology: A Case Study in the UAE Museums, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 2017.
  20. Saeed Alkuwaiti, Information security strategy for Smart Government in United Arab Emirates – Investigating future effectiveness, threats and vulnerabilities, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2017.
  21. Ayesha Jumaa Salem Al Mukhaiti, Dataset built for Arabic Sentiment Analysis, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov. 2016.
  22. Waleed Abdullah, Factors affecting the adaptation of Could Computing in Banks, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov., 2016.
  23. Khaled Mohamed Khaled Ezzeldin, Arabic Parsers (Bikel/Stanford) Evaluation and Bikel Parser Improvements, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov., 2016.
  24. Sanjeera Siddiqui, Sentiment Analysis for Arabic, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Dec., 2015.
  25. Hazem Bakkar, A Study on Speaker Recognition System, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept., 2015.
  26. Muhammad Javed, Improving performance of collaborative question answering systems using semantic resources, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Sept., 2015.
  27. Hani Chalabi, Question Processing for Arabic Question Answering System, The British University in Dubai, UAE, May, 2015.
  28. Mostafa Nadhir Hassan Al-Emran, Investigating Students’ and Faculty members’ Attitudes Towards the Use of Mobile Learning in Higher Educational Environments at the Gulf Region, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Jan, 2015.
  29. Zamzam H. Alhammadi, Lean Transformation in IT – Case Study, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Jan, 2015.
  30. Anissa Bettayeb, Factors Effecting The Intention to Use E-Learning Systems In Middle East, The British University in Dubai, UAE, May, 2014.
  31. Ali Mahdi Owayid, Strategic Change in Knowledge Management and E-Learning: Enhancing Workplace Learning, The British University in Dubai, UAE, December, 2013.
  32. Taher Ghazal, Project Management Maturity Integration based on Capability Maturity Model Integration, The British University in Dubai, UAE, December, 2013.
  33. Raji Mubarak Olatunde, Effective introduction and adoption of Advanced Technology in Dubai Private Schools, The British University in Dubai, UAE, May, 2013.
  34. Amran Sulaiman M. Almenhali, Major obstacles preventing governmental organizations in Abu Dhabi from implementing GIS, The British University in Dubai, UAE, February, 2013.
  35. Rasha Azzam, The Effects of Using Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) in Teaching English Language Grammars, The British University in Dubai, UAE, May, 2012.
  36. Mai Mohamed Oudah, Integrating Rule-based Approach and Machine learning Approach for Arabic Named Entity Recognition, The British University in Dubai, UAE, May, 2012.
  37. Manar Mohammed, Developing and Implementing Knowledge Management in project-based government organization: A Case study, The British University in Dubai, UAE, December, 2011.
  38. Wafaa Mohammed Al Meer, Business transformation and the strategic role of IT in Enabling Business Process Redesign, The British University in Dubai, UAE, December, 2011.
  39. Lubna Nassar Abd Al Aziz, Enhancement of Information Retrieval Ranking using Fuzzy Logic, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  40. Sinan Al-Sheikh Hussain, Using Query Expansion and EM Algorithm for Improving Arabic Information Retrieval, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  41. Mona Ali Abdullah Hammad Al-Mansoori, The Use of Technology in Raising Awareness: An investigation into E-learning Systems for Helping Children with Diabetes, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  42. Mariam Saeed Al Nuaim, Barriers to Electronic Government Adoption As Perceived by Citizens At the Municipal Sector: A case of Abu Dhabi, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  43. Asma Muhsen Abdull Qader Al Ameri, Information Technology Design for Emergency Response, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  44. Salama AlDaheri, A study on Enterprise Architecture framework effects on business processes automation, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  45. Hisham Mohammed Kamel Iran, A Study on Educational Technology in Dubai: Challenges and Suggested Solutions, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2011.
  46. Muhammad Shoaib, Using Machine Learning to Improve Rule based Arabic Named Entity Recognition, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Feb 2011, Winner of “Academic Excellence Award” for year 2011 from Dubai International Academic City (DIAC), Dubai,United Arab Emirates.
  47. Haitham Mohamad Kaddoura, ALNER: Arabic Location Named Entities Recognition, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Feb 2011.
  48. Fatima Al Kendi, How One-to-One E-Learning Enhances and affects high school students’ learning performance in UAE?, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2010.
  49. Ahmed Hany, Basis for Large-Scale Machine Translation System, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, March 2010.
  50. Tarek Ahmed Fouad, Towards Speech Recognition for Spontaneously Spoken Egyptian Arabic, M. Sc., Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, August 2009.
  51. Marwa Magdy, Development of Intelligent Tutoring System for Distance Learning Environment, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, July, 2009.
  52. Hikmat Duweik, Development of Intelligent Language Tutoring System for Distance Learning Environment, Informatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, Nov., 2008.
  53. Mostafa Ezzat, Components Composition Analysis for Natural Language Processing, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, May, 2008.
  54. Eman Othman, Towards a Modern Arabic Text Machine Translation System: from Arabic to English, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, December 2007.
  55. Sakeer PV, Distributed and Flexible Workflow Coordination Using defeasible Logic Programming, Informatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, December 2007.
  56. Hafsa Raza, Person and Location entity recognition for Arabic (PLERA), Informatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2007.
  57. Muna Al Sayegh, Enhancing NLTK for Arabic natural language processing, Informatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2007.
  58. Areej Yaseen, An Automated Essays Grading System (AEGS), Informatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, June 2007.
  59. Ali Mirza, Speech-to-Speech Example-Based Machine Translation: English-to-Arabic, Informatics, The British University in Dubai, UAE, 2006.
  60. Ashraf Mohamed Hendam, An English-Arabic bi-directional machine translation agent in the domain of agricultural, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2006.
  61. Ahmed Ragab Nabhan, An Arabic to English Syntax-based Statistical Machine Translation System, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, 2005.
  62. Mohammed Said, An Information Extraction Agent, Computer Science Dept., Faculty of Computers & Artificial Intelligence, Cairo University, Egypt, 2005.
  63. Mohammed Rizk, An Expert System for the Best Weight Distribution on Ferryboats, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2005.
  64. Mona Ahmed El-Badry Abo-El-Alla, Agent Approach for knowledge Base Systems, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2002.
  65. Ahmed Farouk Ahmed, Developing an Arabic Parser in a Multilingual Machine Translation System, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2000.
  66. Ehab Ahmed Elshimy, Pandora++: Concurrent Object-Oriented Logic Programming Language, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2000.
  67. Mohammed Eid El-Sedeek, Learning from Analogical Examples, Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Faculty of Graduate Studies for Statistical Research, Cairo University, Egypt, 2000.
  68. Abir Rabie Zaki Amer, Forecasting Agricultural and Economical Applications using Neural Networks, Computer Engineering Dept., Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, 1999.

The British University in Dubai

Block 11, 1st and 2nd floor, Dubai International Academic City PO Box 345015, Dubai, UAE

Tel: +971 4 279 1400

Whatsapp: +971 50 701 2843

Email: [email protected]