Ahmed Mohammed Hassan ABDELFATTAH


Ahmed Mohammed Hassan ABDELFATTAH

Assistant Professor

Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering

Received a magna-cum-laude PhD in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cognitive Science from University of Osnabrück, Germany; an MSc in Algorithms Optimization and excellent with honors BSc in Pure Mathematics and Computer Science from Ain Shams University, Egypt. 

A Visiting Assistant Professor, SUNY Oswego, New York, 2018-2020; 

An Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Egypt, 2014-2018.

I taught courses in computer science at colleges in Germany, USA, and Egypt, with an experience in teaching undergraduate courses in a liberal art setting.

Experience in writing research proposals for hunting funds for international projects. Research has been funded by the DAAD, ASRT, and other funding agencies through a series of projects. Founder of the A.I. and CogSci Lab., Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University. Cofounded eLMS at www.jesics.academy. 

Organizing Committee of three Interdisciplinary Spring Schools for Studies on Intelligence and Cognition (6cool), Cairo, Egypt

Computer Application

Research Interests

Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning –

Knowledge Representation and Reasoning / Logics

Human-Computer Interaction / Computer Vision / Cognitive Modeling

Administrative roles

Academic Advisor (FOCSE-KSIU).

Acting Program Director and Coordinator (Computer Science / Computer Engineering).

Examination and Scheduling Committee (KSIU Sharm Branch). 

LMS Committee – Math Admission Questions Bank 

PI of DAAD-funded project.

Last 3 Publications

  1. Ly Lutter, Johannes Schrumpf, Felix Weber, Ahmed Abdelfattah, and Stefan Schneider. Implementing interdisciplinary Content and Novel Teaching Methods at an Egyptian University: A Case Report. In Proceedings of the 17th Intl’ Conf. on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age (CELDA 2020), pages 370–374, 2020.
  2. Mahmoud M. Abdelhamied, Yasser M. Abd El-Latif, Ahmed Abdelfattah, and Fayed M. Ghaleb. A Novel Method for Recognizing Sketched Objects by Learning Their Geometrical Features. J. of Env. Sci., CS, and Eng (JECET), 9(2):214–223, 2020.
  3. Ahmed M. H. Abdelfattah and Ulf Krumnack. Semantics of Analogies from a Logical Perspective. KI-Künstliche Intelligenz, 33(3):243–251, Sep 2019.
  4. • Nashwa Abdelghaffar, Ahmed Abdelfattah, Azza Taha, and Soheir Khamis. Accentuating Features of Description Logics in High-Level Interpretations of Hand-Drawn Sketches. KI – Künstliche Intelligenz, 33(3):253–265, Sep 2019.

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