Designation: Associate Professor
Department: Department of Computer Science
University: Helwan University
Biography : Ashraf Darwish is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Acting as the Head of Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Faculty of Science, Helwan University, Egypt. He received the PhD degree in computer science from Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation in 2006. He received B.Sc and M.Sc. in Mathematics from Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Egypt. He keeps in touch with his mathematical background through his research. Dr. Darwish is an editor for some prestigious international journals and member of many computing associations such as IEEE, Egyptian Mathematical Society (EMS). He is a board member of the Russian-Egyptian Association for graduates, quality assurance and accreditation project (QAAP) and Machine Intelligence Research Lab (MIR Lab) USA. Dr. Darwish was invited as reviewer, invited speaker, organizer, and session chair to many international conferences and journals. He has worked in a wide variety of academic organizations and supervises masters and PhD theses in different areas of computer science. He speaks four languages on a daily basis. His publications have appeared in international journals, conferences and publishing houses such as IEEE, Springer and Science Direct (Elsevier). Dr. Darwish is editor for 16 prestigious international journals and member of many computing associations. Currently, Dr. Darwish is the vice chair of the Scientific Research Group in Egypt (SRGE). Dr. Darwish was the Ex-Cultural and Educational Attaché, Embassy of Egypt to Kazakhstan and Central Asia from 2011 to 2014.
His research interests include information security, data and web mining, intelligent computing, image processing ( in particular image retrieval, medical imaging), modeling and simulation, computational intelligence, sensor networks, theoretical foundations of computer science, cloud computing, and internet of things
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