School Of Computer Science

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Osman Ali Sadek Ibrahim

 

 

I am on final year of my PhD studies in Nottingham, School of Computer Science under the Egyptian government fund contract with conditions (such as Guarantor who is my brother, etc.) from Minia University, Al-Minia, Egypt (my current work place in Egypt). My research interests are involving Information Retrieval, Evolutionary Algorithms and Machine Learning Techniques. I obtained my B.Sc. from Faculty of Science, Computer Science Department, Minia University, Egypt. Where, I also obtained my Master of Science (M.Sc.) by research in Computer Science titled: "Using Genetic Algorithms to improve Information Retrieval”, 2007. The main subject of my M.Sc. research is about using genetic algorithm to improve query learning problems. I was working as a teaching assistant in Computer Science Department from 2002-2009, for teaching Computer Science practical courses such as programming C, C++, C# and Databases (Oracle and SQL server 2005) and numerous others. In addition, I had some Microsoft courses in Egypt about Windows Servers Administrator, and .NET 2005 (C# and ASP.NET) and Java2EE (JavaBeans, Servlet) by Oracle Egypt and Synergy Egypt in the past.

At the moment I am a reviewer in Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, Cogent Engineering, and HAIS2017. I also PhD internship student with Horizon Digital economy in project titled: Emancipating Users Against Algorithmic Biases for a Trusted Digital Economy.

 

See my C.V. outline: CV

 

 

My Supervisors: (1) Dr. Dario Landa-Silva (Main Supervisor). (2) Dr. Steven Bagley (Second Supervisor).

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mariem and Eman in Pride Ceremony (Dunkirk Primary School). Mariem is the school ambassador. Also, Mariem & Eman has pride prizes.