I have a PhD in multiobjective optimization from Michigan State University. For years I have been working in different fields including Evolutionary Optimization, Computational Intelligence, Linear Programming and Software Development. I have 10+ peer-reviewed publications in top journals and conferences with multiple interdisciplinary collaborations. In addition, I have about 10 years of experience in software development, mainly using Java although I have also used Python, C++ and C#. Some of the Open Source libraries I developed/co-developed are currently available online. Some of the problems I have been dealing with over the years include Optimal Land Use Allocation, Automatic Timetabling/Scheduling, Fast Text Retrieval and Evacuation Planning among others. I also have a Master's degree in Bioinformatics from Zagazig University Egypt. 
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@ Brown

On the 1st of February, I joined Kim Boekelheide's lab at the department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Brown University. Well it's a big step, to a completely different type of labs! The team is really amazing and the projects have an open-ended potential.

Was a Nice Day !

At 11:00 AM, On the 28th of Spetember 2017, I defended my PhD disseration. It was a nice day. A PhD journey is overwhelming but it is defintely worth every single bit of effort.  Looking forward to the next step.

KKTPM Calculator !

Just released my first version of my new library KKTPM Calculator. The library provides a simple interface for using Karush Kuhn Tucker Proximity Measure (KKTPM) proposed by Deb and Abouhawwash in 2015. KKTPM calculator supports XML-based inputs and symbolic mathematical function evaluations among other interesting features to both researchers and practitioners in the field of optimization.
Sneak a Peek !