Courses studied in my M.Sc. preliminary
studies. PDF files
Semantic spaces in Priestley form. Mohamed El-Zawawy. Ph.D. thesis, School of
Computer Science, University of Birmingham, Submitted in October 2006.
Priestley duality for strong proximity lattices. Mohamed El-Zawawy and Achim Jung. In: Proceedings
of the 22nd Annual Conference on Mathematical Foundations of
Programming Semantics (MFPS XXII), eds S. Brookes and M. Mislove, Electronic
Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, vol. 158, 2006, pages 199-217.
Priestley representations for strong proximity
lattices and stably compact spaces. Mohamed El-Zawawy and Achim
Jung. Technical Report CSR-05-3, University of Birmingham, School of
Computer Science, April 2005
Efficient Techniques for Mining Spatial
Databases. Mohamed El-Zawawy . M.Sc. thesis, Department
of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Submitted in July 2002.
The thesis was refereed by
Professor Akifumi MAKINOUCHI
external examiner. The report by Prof. MAKINOUCHI on the M. Sc. thesis
Spatial Clustering with Obstacles.Mohamed E. El-Sharkawi and Mohamed El-Zawawy. InProc. 2002
ICICIS Int. Conference on Intelligent Computing and
Systems (ICICIS’02), Cairo, Egypt, June 2002. PDF File
with Obstacles in Spatial Databases. Mohamed El-Zawawy and Mohamed E. El-Sharkawi. In Proc. 2001 IEEE
Int. Symposium of
Signal Processing and Information Technology (ISSPIT’01), pages420-425,
Cairo, Egypt, Dec. 2001. PDF File
November, 2008 - present:
Extraordinary senior researcher -- Institute of Cybernetics at
Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia.
June, 2007 - present:
Lecturer -- Division of Computer Science, Department of Mathematics, Cairo
University, Cairo, Egypt (Currently on a sabbatical).
October, 2003 - October, 2006: Graduate
Student --School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston,
October, 2003 - January, 2007:
Demonstrator -- School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham,
Edgbaston, Birmingham UK.
September, 1999 - September 2003:
Teaching Assistant -- Division of Computer Science, Department of Mathematics,
Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.