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Title Lab/Group College Event Type Presenter Name Organizer Name Abstract Date Time Audience
Title Lab/Group College Event Type Presenter Name Organizer Name Abstract Date Time Audience
Drone Delivery Sprint Review RIOTU Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Professor. Anis Koubaa Eng.Rayan Al-Akkad This sprint review regarding the PSU Drone Delivery Project 9/28/2021 10:00:00 AM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr.Mohammed Abdulqadir, Dr. Bilal Bin Jdira, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, Eng. Ahmad Qashalan, Eng. Abdelrahman Murad
AI Surviellance Sprint Review RIOTU Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Prof.Anis Koubaa Eng.Rayan Al-Akkad AI Surveillance (Oyoon). The system that we are to developing is intended to provide operators with the ability to detect objects, persons and vehicles through mobile and web applications. The system will provide an easy to use interface for search and manipulation of information, in addition to comprehensive analytics dashboards. 9/28/2021 11:00:00 AM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr.Adel Ammar, Dr. Wadeih Boulila, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, Eng. Kamal Al Jundi, Eng. Abdelrahman Murad
Field Test RIOTU Lab CCIS Field Test Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad The RIOTU Lab performs an extensive field tests at least three times a week, following a flight procedure, flight reports, and media consisting of photos and videos as a reference. 9/27/2021 7:30:00 AM Dr. Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, Eng. Ahmad Qashlan.
Sustainable Pedestrian Mobility S&M Lab CE Seminar Dr. D.N. Gunalan, Dr. Mohamed Ezzat, Mr. Dan, Mr. Remon Pot Dr. Margreet van Marle Wagner Dr. Mohamed Ezzat Al-Atroush A new public transportation network has been constructed recently in Riyadh city. Public buses and the Riyadh metro are expected to be available for the passengers, shortly. Based on the Saudi Vision 2030, the government directed billions of dollars to the rehabilitation of the infrastructures and sidewalks to support the national transformation to sustainable mobility. With that in mind, understanding individual choice of mobility mode is necessary to adopt appropriate planning and management policies. In this seminar, a comprehensive discussion will be carried out to investigate the travel patterns of the community in Riyadh, and others and discuss the quality of the pedestrian environment in different busy cities. The outcomes of this discussion are expected to address the factors influencing the pedestrian mode choice, also highlighted the barriers that may delay the transformation to sustainable mobility in various cities across the globe. Based on the conclusions of this seminar, several recommendations can be proposed to promote the transformation to sustainable mobility in Riyadh city. 10/22/2020 12:00:00 PM Students, Alumni, Faculty, Professionals, ASCE members, Researchers
Models for nonlinear analysis of concrete structures S&M Lab CE Seminar Dr. Jan Cervanka Prof. Yasser Mansour, and Dr. Mohamed Ezzat A modern engineer designs beautiful and challenging structures, where the classical design methods are often extended far beyond their originally envisioned application domain Also new materials or construction technologies are appearing almost every day, while the necessary design standards take many years to develop and to mature Engineers verify and check their design by computer simulation in these increasingly common situations This trend is greatly supported by the rapid increase in the computational power as well as its declining cost The seminar will present the mathematical models for modern nonlinear analysis of concrete and reinforced concrete structures The presented material model for concrete is based on plasticity formulation combined with the orthotropic smeared crack model Reinforcement is modelled using the embedded approach that is extended by slip degrees of freedom to enable the modelling of bond failure The model takes into account also reinforcement corrosion for life cycle analysis The presentation will show the model performance on selected validation problems and on the examples of successful case studies from research as well as design practice Among others the following case studies will be presented results from international prediction competitions, analysis of reinforced concrete as well as pre stressed bridges, analysis of nuclear containments, anchoring technology and probabilistic and reliability assessment of bridges 9/15/2021 12:00:00 PM Students, Alumni, Researchers, and Faculty
Real-Life Project based professional workshop S&M Lab CE Training Dr. Mohamed Ezzat Dr. Mohamed Ezzat Two weeks training course on a designing a real mega project 5/20/2021 10:00:00 AM Students, Coop, Alumni
Drone Delivery Demo RIOTU Lab CCIS Meeting Prof.Anis Koubaa Dr.Mohammad Shehel RIOTU Lab has demonstrated a scenario of Drone Delivery for Al Borg Medical Laboratories 9/9/2021 1:00:00 PM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr.Mohammad Al Shehel, Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, Eng. Ahmad Qashlan, Eng. Abdulrahaman Murad
Nupco Visit RIOTU Lab CCIS Meeting Prof.Anis Koubaa Dr.Mohammad Shehel Meeting with Nupco to discuss regarding our drone delivery solutions, and for possible collaboration. 9/19/2021 10:00:00 AM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr.Mohammad Al Shehel, Dr. Adel Ammar, Dr. Wadii Boulila, Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, and Nupco's Representatives.
Drone Delivery demo for Saudi Post(SPL) RIOTU Lab CCIS Meeting Prof.Anis Koubaa Dr. Mohammad Al Shehel RIOTU Lab has demonstrated a drone delivery scenario for Saudi Post. 9/27/2021 1:00:00 PM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr.Mohammad Al Shehel, Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, Eng. Ahmad Qashlan, Eng. Abdelrahman Murad, Belal Kawaf, and Saudi Post's representatives.
3D modelling Cell tower with AI integration RIOTU Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Eng.Rayan Al-Akkad Eng.Rayan Al-Akkad Sprint Review of cell tower inspection. We issue a weekly sprint meeting to discuss further progress of this project. 9/27/2021 11:00:00 AM Prof. Anis Koubaa, Dr.Adel Ammar, Dr.Bilal Bin Jdira, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad
IDS Workshop SEL Lab CCIS Workshop Ms. Tala Almashat and Ms. Lina Albaroudi SEL The workshop is about an intrusion detection system for android applications. The proposed system allows users to detect ransomware apps before downloading them from the Google store using AI-powered algorithms. It is an android-based system. 9/29/2021 12:00:00 PM
Buffer Overflow Attacks: A Practical Approach SEL Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Mr. Waleed Bin Shahid AIDA Buffer Overflow Attacks: A Practical Approach 9/27/2021 12:00:00 PM
An overview of my publications, research interests, and future works SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss Dr. Maha Driss It was a presentation to introduce my self to the SEL team members. I presented my publications, my research interests, and my future research directions in the cybersecurity field. 8/31/2021 11:00:00 AM SEL team members
Ceremony of The SEL Summer Campaign SEL Lab CCIS Community Service Dr. Iman Almomani Dr. Iman Almomani SEL was glad to celebrate the closing ceremony of the SEL summer campaign. The campaign aimed to motivate, educate, and train a new generation of cybersecurity researchers and professionals to produce cyber technologies and systems experts. This campaign contained four different projects that are: IDS Android Application, Cybersecurity Awareness Animated Videos, ASParse-V2, Secure Software Development. 9/9/2021 12:00:00 PM
NCA-ECC Assessment Tool & Comparison and Mapping between CRF, ECC, and SCMAF SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss Dr. Iman Almomani The meeting aims to present the different components provided by the NCA-ECC1.0-2018's assessment tool and the scoring method that is adopted to calculate entities' compliance level. Also, in this meeting, a comparison between the different cybersecurity frameworks that are proposed in the Saudi Arabia context, which are ECC, CRF, and SCMAF, is presented to ensure a mapping between the 3 frameworks. 9/28/2021 1:00:00 PM SEL team members
NTDP challenges SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani Dr. Iman Almomani This meeting aimed to discuss the different challenges proposed by the National Technology Development Program (NTDP). It allowed also to the different SEL's members to focus on particular challenges that are related to the cybersecurity topics and divide tasks to ensure the submission of the proposal before the specified deadline. 9/29/2021 11:00:00 AM SEL team members
NTDP Challenge 6: IIoT gateway's security SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss Dr. Maha Driss This meeting aims to discuss the different potential solutions that can be proposed for challenge 6: IIoT gateway's security. Different tasks are specified to ensure the submission of the proposal: - Collect recent literature about this topic (articles that are published in reputable journals during the two last years); - Gather existing theoretical approaches (i.e., architectures, frameworks, etc.); - Search for existing technical solutions (i.e., codes); - Prepare the structure of the proposal and distribute the different section; - Propose a novel approach and outline the main contributions. 9/30/2021 11:00:00 AM
Taif's articles: issue 235 and 236 SEL Lab CCIS Community Service Dr. Maha Driss Dr. Maha Driss The meetings aims to discuss the content of the articles about SEL team's activities that are published in issue 235 and 236. It aims also to elaborate a planning of the articles that will be published in the upcoming issues of 2021. 9/27/2021 9:30:00 AM
PSU Research Activity GPDRL Lab CL Seminar Dr. Anis Koubaa Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The session will provide with an insight on the present research activity at PSU including fund allotment and changes in research governing policy etc. He will answer the question to any research related issues asked by the faculty members. 9/30/2021 12:01:00 PM PSU College of Law Faculty
Mulitmodal Discourse Analysis ALLAB Lab CH Seminar Dr. Nashwa AlYamany + Dr. Noor Al-Yasin Dina El-Dakhs Presentation (1): CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2002–2015) marks a paradigm shift in the post-9/11 forensic visual culture, ostensibly presenting physical evidence as a system of surveillance and control; the team of criminalists as ideologically complicit with state power; and high-tech forensic gadgetry as infallible and conducive to the culprit. In the melodramatic narrative strands, sophisticated plotlines, and spectacular performances of forensic science, CSI heavily rests on a novel and meticulously elaborated aesthetics that redefines the conception of gaze and camera shot in the weaving of episodes across the different seasons. A more nuanced comprehension of CSI’s visual forensic discourse is, therefore, necessitated to fully understand the cultural significance of these offerings. Extending the work of Kress and Van Leuween on the systems of gaze and social distance in light of the Foucauldian and post-panoptic views on power and control, the article introduces fine-grained taxonomies of the forensic gaze and camera shot as fundamental aesthetics closely tied to post-9/11 extensive surveillance discourse. Resituating CSI in the broader context of the post-panopticon, the study argues that the drama series operates in a hybrid surveillance mode that surpasses conventional readings of panopticism, straddling the line between the physical and the digital in the contemporary age. Presentation (2): The present study applies a multimodal analysis to female Disney characters in Disney animated movies. It studies the evolution of female Disney characters’ linguistic and visual features over the last three decades: 1990-1999, 2000-2009 and 2010-2019. The researcher analyzes nine Disney animated movies (three most popular movies from each decade). The researcher adopts Lakoff’s forms of women’s language and Fairclough’s three-dimensional framework of CDA to study female Disney characters’ linguistic features while Kress and van Leeuwen’s X-ray view of analyzing visual image is followed as the general approach to multimodality. Finally, Goffman’s framework of women portrayal is applied to study the visual features. The quantitative analysis reveals that, regardless of the time the movie is released in, the linguistic features that mostly characterize female Disney characters’ language are hypercorrect grammar, super polite forms and hedges. They reflect the sexist stereotypicality of women’s language being slang-free and polite. The results also imply that female Disney characters are portrayed as women who have their stereotypical lexicon. Despite the fact that there is a decrease in number of linguistic features studied, used from the first decade to the second and third decades, the differences in numbers are insignificant. The qualitative analysis suggests that, regardless of the decade, female Disney characters use these stereotypical linguistic features quite similarly. Moreover, the qualitative analysis reveals that body image of Disney princesses has changed over time. It transitioned from an unrealistic body type with large breasts and tiny waist to a realistic body type with logical body proportions. Furthermore, over the years, their hair started to look more realistic and it goes through natural factors, such as water, wind and sleep. This implies a change in how females should perceive the image of their bodies where the lack of large breasts and tiny waistline does not imply lack of beauty. 10/4/2021 8:00:00 PM Public (42)
STABILITY ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL RESULTS OF FRACTIONAL NABLA DIFFERENCE COVID-19 MODEL TAS Lab DES Seminar Dr. Aziz Khan TAS Lab Some interesting opened problems in Fractional Calculus are to be considered 10/11/2021 12:15:00 PM Faculty
Training on using research software GPDRL Lab CL Training Dr. Umashankar Subramaniam Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The training will provide attendees with an insight on the research publications using software, editor and reviewer expectations, dealing with reviewer comments. 10/10/2021 12:01:00 PM Faculty, College of Law
2nd GPDRL CL Internal Seminar GPDRL Lab CL Seminar Faculty Members Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The faculty members of College of law will have to opportunity to present their research abstract in the seminar. 11/15/2021 6:09:00 PM Faculty members of college of law
The Distinctiveness of Emotion Words ALLAB Lab CH Invited Speaker Dr. Dina El-Dakhs King Saud University - Department of English Language and Literature Empirical evidence has recently been provided for the distinctiveness of emotion words as compared to abstract and concrete words for monolinguals, calling for a reconsideration of the relation between emotion and language. The present study investigates whether the distinctiveness of emotion words among monolinguals holds for foreign language learners. To this end, three groups (n=120 per group) of late Arabic-English bilinguals who learned English as a foreign language completed tasks including free recall, rating, and discrete word association. One group completed the tasks in Arabic while the other two groups, representing two levels of foreign language exposure, completed the tasks in English. Planned comparisons indicated the distinctiveness of emotion words in the participants’ first and foreign languages in the free recall and rating tasks while no significant differences were found in the word association task. The results are discussed in light of the existing literature and relevant theoretical models. 10/10/2021 10:00:00 AM 20 KSU students who study Psycholinguistics
Remediation of Literary Icons of Evil into Superheroes LDSHRG Group CH Publishing an Open Source Digital Platform Dr. Orchida Fayez Omeka website: https://omeka.org/ By creating a publishable platform embodying the remediation of four classic characters of evil, there is an assimilation of the established media entities which have monopolized media production before the advent of the internet. This is reflected in the current power given to the audience to interact with, manipulate, create and even publish media expressions inspired by the classic characters. The purpose of the project is to initiate interest in the use of DH tools that are both dynamic and sustainable in displaying various media modes that draw from each other while evolving into separate entities. The model references oral folktales, written texts, paintings, movies, and social media Memes. Thus, it reveals a poststructuralist view that breaks away from an original work of art into a fluidity allowing for the monstrous to persist as a representation of the horrors lurking in every era, or transform into something amiable, comic or even heroic. https://transtextuality.omeka.net/ 8/31/2021 12:00:00 AM Researchers, educators, students … etc.
كتابة بحث للنشر في مجلة علمية معتمده من مجلات اليسفي GPDRL Lab CL Workshop Dr. Zubaida Abdel Hadi Dr. Shafiqul Hassan أهمية الورشة تتمثل في التعرف عل ى Elsevier لنشر الأبحاث المفهرسة ف ي Scopus : عدد مجلاتها العلمية يزيد عن ثلاثة آلاف مجلة متخصصة في مجالات عدة من أهمها: )المجال العلمي، المجال الإنساني المجال الاجتماعي ( . وتتميز مجلا ت Elsevier بمجانية النشر على منصاتها لبعض الموضوعات ودفع رسوم لموضوعات أخرى وفقا لسياسة خاصة بالمحكمين والإداري ين فيها، وذلك بعد استيفاء جودة المضمون الذي سيتم نشره عبرها . 10/20/2021 12:13:00 PM Faculty, College of law
Doing Publishable Research in Applied Linguistics ALLAB Lab CH Training Dina El-Dakhs Dina El-Dakhs NA 10/17/2021 9:00:00 AM 8 faculty members
12th Training Webinar ALLAB Lab CH Seminar Ms. Fawzia Goni Dina El-Dakhs How to Score High In IELTS: Tips & Tricks 10/18/2021 8:00:00 PM 30
Meeting with MOH RIOTU Lab CCIS Meeting Prof.Anis Koubaa Dr.Mohammad Shehel The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the demo that will be inside the PSU premises, of delivering blood samples from point A to point B. 10/11/2021 2:00:00 PM Dr.Mohammad Shehel, Prof. Anis Koubaa, Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad
Discussion with Woot Tech RIOTU Lab CCIS Meeting Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir Prof.Anis Koubaa The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the relationship between PSU and Woot Tech, regarding building our own VTOL, with their assistance. 10/13/2021 10:30:00 AM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr.Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad
RIOTU UGV RIOTU Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Prof.Anis Koubaa Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad The purpose of this meeting is to discuss further details on building a robot from scratch at the RIOTU Lab. 10/12/2021 11:00:00 AM Prof.Anis Koubaa, Dr. Mohammad Abdulqadir, Eng. Rayan Al-Akkad, Eng. Mahmoud Shoshah
Civil Liability for Artificial Intelligence Systems – Some Remarks from European Point of View GPDRL Lab CL Workshop Prof. Dr. Slavko Djordjevic Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The aim of this presentation is to examine which civil liability regime is the most suitable to be applied to recovery of damages caused by operation of artificial intelligence systems. To propose the best solution, the lecturer will shortly analyze all regimes of civil liability, examine whether there is a need to classify AI-systems into different categories which would be subjected to different civil liability from the perspective on the European point view, focusing on recent EU legislative initiatives 10/27/2021 12:00:00 PM Faculty of Law
Effective Thesis Writing ALLAB Lab CH Training Dr. Norah Almusharraf Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 10/17/2021 7:00:00 PM public - 4
Research Progress SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani Dr. Iman Almomani Research Progress 10/18/2021 10:30:00 AM Dr. Walid, Eng. Aala
3rd Written Speech Competition ALLAB Lab CH Student Competition Dina El-Dakhs Dina El-Dakhs NA 11/15/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU Students (46)
Doing Research with Eye-Tracking ALLAB Lab CH Training Kurt DeBono Dina El-Dakhs NA 10/25/2021 5:00:00 PM The Public (16)
Developing Research Profile GPDRL Lab CL Workshop Dr. Aila Khan Dr. Shafiqul Hassan In today’s academic world, it is no longer sufficient to simply publish in a top-ranked journal as a sole author. Increasingly, academic researchers are expected to meet additional performance criteria: securing grants, undertaking doctoral supervision, collaborating with industry, developing international networks, undertaking research-informed teaching, focusing on ongoing professional development – and very importantly, working with team members to help everyone succeed. Dr Khan will identify various dimensions of a researcher’s profile and discuss strategies for developing a career in research. 11/3/2021 12:13:00 PM PSU Faculty
How to build AI-based Chatbot using Python in ten minutes" AIDA Lab CCIS Workshop Ms Sarah Haq Dr.Tanzila Saba To discuss the applications of AI in industry, followed by an easy to follow workshop on how to build you own AI based chat bot using Python in ten minutes. 10/26/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community
Deep Learning Architectures for Computer Vision AIDA Lab CCIS Talk Dr.Samiya Khan Dr.Tanzila Saba Computer vision has emerged as one of the most impactful technologies in recent times that directly affect human lives in more ways than one. Covering a wide realm of application areas from medical image computing to social media tools, computer vision is evolving by leaps and bounds. Deep learning finds its place at the core of this technology empowering the human-like intelligence and response desired by computer vision applications. This talk will focus on an introduction of different learning architectures and how they have progressed into complex architectures to support advanced applications. In addition, it shall also cover examples, use cases and case studies of how deep learning architectures have been implemented for application areas such as search engines, recommender systems and medical image computing, in addition to others. 9/22/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community
Data Security & Protection AIDA Lab CCIS Workshop Dr.Waleed Bin Shahid Dr.Rabia Latif The most important thing in any business is its data. So, to protect this data businesses are also ready to apply high security with high expenditure. Data security are protective measures put in place to keep unauthorized access away from databases, websites and computers. This process also provides a mechanism for protecting data from loss or corruption. Every organization today, be it a small or local company or a large corporation, should not overlook implementing security measures. The workshop focuses on the importance of data security and discussed the tools and techniques that helps to protect the user’s data along with practical demonstrations. The attendees were introduced with two important data security tools i.e., veracrypt (for data encryption) and AOMEI Backupper (for data backup and retore). 9/27/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community
How to Manage the World's Most Valuable Resource: DATA, Data Security:Hands-On Workshop AIDA Lab CCIS Workshop Dr.Rabia Latif Dr.Tanzila Saba In data/ information security, a buffer overflow is an anomaly where a program, while writing data to a buffer, overruns the buffer's boundary and overwrites adjacent memory locations. Buffers are areas of memory set aside to hold data, often while moving it from one section of a program to another, or between programs. Buffer overflows can often be triggered by malformed inputs; if one assumes all inputs will be smaller than a certain size and the buffer is created to be that size, then an anomalous transaction that produces more data could cause it to write past the end of the buffer. If this overwrites adjacent data or executable code, this may result in erratic program behavior, including memory access errors, incorrect results, and crashes. The workshop focuses on how to handle buffer flow attack with hands-on practical and examples. 10/11/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community
Introduction to Artifical Intelligence & Drones RIOTU Lab CCIS Conference Prof.Anis Koubaa Khaled Al Rashed Prof.Anis Koubaa will be presenting a conference (THE 9TH SAUDI TECHNICAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION) regarding the use of UAV's and AI, aiming towards the public and private sectors. 10/26/2021 4:00:00 PM .
How to Publish in High Impact Scientific Journals AIDA Lab CCIS Invited Speaker Dr. Mubashir Husain Rehmani Dr.Rehman Khan In this talk, the guest speaker covered the topics of scientific publication process. More precisely, he discussed how to get your paper published in high impact journals – in Computer Science domain. First, he discussed the role of regulatory bodies in scientific research. Then, he explained about the top journals in our scientific domain are and how to categorize and identify these journals with respect to their impact. He talked about different types of research these journals publish. Finally, he explained about how to get your paper publish in these high impact journals. 9/7/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community
NO-CODE INNOVATION: YOUR SECRET WEAPON FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIEGNCE AIDA Lab CCIS Invited Speaker Dr. PRASHANT PANSARE Dr.Rehman Khan The lecture explained in details how the modern businesses use no-code / low code to improve productivity and speed up the innovation. The speaker demonstrated use cases for situational. Prototyping and no-code / low-code for digitizing manual processes, create new system extensions or enhancements. How no code/ low-code platform can and should support traditional coding environments and coexist with other platforms. The speaker concluded the lecture with information on how to equip yourself with no-code/ low-code platform with an AI empowered knowledge cloud. 1/25/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community (national and international)
Predicting Pollutant Driven Diseases through AI AIDA Lab CCIS Talk Geethanjali Battula and Durga Priya Kumar Dr.Tanzila Saba Develop an AI/ML data-based solution to reduce the number of people affected by diseases due to rising pollution levels in air, soil and water bodies? The team attempted to map short term/long term diseases that occur due to rise/decline in certain components of water like dissolved oxygen, nitrate levels, etc. at various hotspots where water quality is measured. The collected data is used to forecast probable number of water-borne diseases. This will help in avoiding diseases/deaths due to consumption of hazardous water. The current focus is on water pollutants and in future we want to extrapolate to air and soil too based on the availability of data. 3/31/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU & Community (national/international)
Women in Data Science Prince Sultan University AIDA Lab CCIS Conference WiDS PSU_Stanford University Dr.Tanzila Saba & Ms Fatima Khan Prince Sultan University represented by Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics research lab (AIDA) organized the Fourth Women in Data Science (WiDs) Conference on March 8, 2021. This conference is organized in collaboration with Stanford University, aims to foster interest and professional participation by women in not only data science but also in engineering and computer science as a whole. PSU WiDS will bring together high-profile international researchers and industry pioneers. Prince Sultan University (PSU) is the WiDS Ambassador, for Stanford and the conference aims to expose the latest data science research and practices in the Arab Middle East by promoting the exchange of ideas, encouraging mentorship, and interdisciplinary collaboration. Fourth WiDS Conference in line with the Saudi Vision 2030 which is ambitious, aspiring, aggressive, audacious, and comprehensive. It is breaking all paradigms and building momentum and energy to a more prosperous and sustainable future not only to the Kingdom, but its effect will reach around the region and beyond. We have already seen the fruits of the delivery approach as we move from concept to reality. Today, some of those effects and deliverables have been seen and are felt on the ground. 3/8/2021 8:00:00 AM PSU & Community (national/international)
The First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Data Analytics (CAIDA) 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Conference First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Data Analytics (CAIDA) 2021 Dr.Tanzila Saba & Dr.Rehman Khan Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics (AIDA) Lab organized the First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Data Analytics (CAIDA) 2021, co-sponsored by IEEE Saudi Arabia Section. The goal of the conference was to enhance the visibility of Prince Sultan University at the national and international level and to provide an opportunity for national and international researchers to present their novel research findings and exchange information with the research community. CAIDA 2021 brought together specialists, leading researchers, scholars, scientists, professors from fields of computer science, technology, engineering science, business, education and alternative connected areas to act and exchange ideas concerning the state of the art technologies associated with artificial intelligence, IoT& big data analytics. CAIDA2021 theme is aligned to Saudi Vision 2030. IEEE 𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝗳𝗲𝗿𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲 o𝗻 𝗔𝗿𝘁𝗶𝗳𝗶𝗰𝗶𝗮𝗹 𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗴𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲 & 𝗗𝗮𝘁𝗮 𝗔𝗻𝗮𝗹𝘆𝘁𝗶𝗰𝘀 (𝗖𝗔𝗜𝗗𝗔) 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟭,𝟲-𝟳𝘁𝗵 𝗔𝗽𝗿𝗶𝗹 ended up by having the 𝟰𝟰 regular papers, 𝟭𝟬 poster papers out of 𝟭𝟰𝟱 submissions from the 𝟮𝟮 countries all over the world, 𝟴 regular papers sessions, 𝟓 keynote speeches, 𝐩𝐚𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐜𝐮𝐬𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧, 𝟓 technical workshops (around 𝟱𝟬𝟬 𝒓𝒆𝒈𝒊𝒔𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒆𝒅 𝒕𝒓𝒂𝒊𝒏𝒆𝒆𝒔) & >𝟏𝟑𝟎𝟎 participants. 4/6/2021 8:00:00 AM PSU & Community (national/international)
NTDP challenges Proposals AIDA Lab CCIS Meeting Dr.Rehman Khan Dr.Rehman Khan This meeting was conducted to discuss and review the different challenges proposed by the National Technology Development Program (NTDP). The most related areas and topics were discuss related to AI and pattern recognition. The members contribution was discussed based on the interest and tasks were assigned to the internal and external collaborators to submit the proposals in the given deadlines. 10/3/2021 12:00:00 PM Lab Leader & Members
Seed Projects 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba & Dr.Rehman Khan Dr.Tanzila Saba This meeting aimed to discuss the research ideas and prepare the proposals for 5 seed projects. The teams were formed based on the research interest and initial tasks were assigned by the PIs to the relevant members to meet the submission deadlines. 3/1/2021 12:00:00 PM AIDA Lab Members
Seed Projects Progress Status AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba This meeting was called to discuss and evaluate the progress of seed projects. 8/30/2021 12:00:00 PM AIDA Lab Senior Members
AI4ALL_ Basic Coding for Schools AIDA Lab CCIS Community Service Dr.Amerah Alghanim Dr.Tanzila Saba As a part of the community service and AI4ALL initiative, this workshop was initiated by the AIDA lab member, Dr.Amerah Alghanim. We offered virtual coding classes to school students. Several projects were conducted during the three days. We covered many main aspects and features to create projects. The sessions considered the middle school students for Block coding and basic coding leads a path to AI. Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and website targeted primarily at children 8-16 to help learn code. Users of the site can create projects on the web using a block-like interface. 2/21/2021 6:00:00 PM Middle School Students Female and male.
Data Science Workshops for school Teachers. AIDA Lab CCIS Community Service AIDA Lab Members AIDA Lab/IS Dept. Organized the Community Service workshops: Data Science tools for virtual learning, Workshops for school teachers. Six different workshops were presented in 3 days (2 workshops/day). More than 500 attendees. 3/15/2021 6:00:00 PM 500 audience
Training Workshop Progress Meeting SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani Dr. Iman Almomnai SEL Member Progress Meeting 10/26/2021 11:00:00 AM Dr. Walid, Dr. Maha, Muhannad, Aala
Training Workshop Progress Meeting SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Eng. Muhannad Dr. Iman Almomani Training Workshop Progress Meeting to prepare for the coming workshop 10/31/2021 11:00:00 AM Dr. Iman, Dr. Walid, Muhannad, Aala
Developing Research Profile GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Dr Aila Khan Dr Shafiqul Hassan In today’s academic world, it is no longer sufficient to simply publish in a top-ranked journal as a sole author. Increasingly, academic researchers are expected to meet additional performance criteria: securing grants, undertaking doctoral supervision, collaborating with industry, developing international networks, undertaking research-informed teaching, focusing on ongoing professional development – and very importantly, working with team members to help everyone succeed. Dr Khan will identify various dimensions of a researcher’s profile and discuss strategies for developing a career in research. 11/3/2021 12:13:00 PM PSU Faculty
Cybersecurity Awareness Month SEL Lab CCIS Campaign Security Engineering Lab SEL in corporation with The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) In cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), the Security Engineering Lab (SEL) was glad to participate in the Cybersecurity Awareness Month of October by acting as a Cybersecurity Awareness Month Champion and joining over a thousand organizations and individuals from across the globe in promoting online safety. The aim of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) is to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity, ensuring that all users (students and staff) have the resources they need to be safer and more secure online. All poster designs and content were specially created to suit the Saudi community by SEL’s Eng. Aala Alkhayer. The content was provided in both Arabic and English languages, aiming to increase cybersecurity awareness to all society segments. 10/1/2021 9:00:00 AM PSU students and faculty
Workshop on Writing Research Abstract Writing GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Student Workshop Dr. Yusuff Jelili Amuda Dr. Shafiqul Hassan Workshop will impart student with techniques of writing research abstract. 11/8/2021 12:13:00 PM Students of the College of Law
1st GPDRL COLLEGE OF LAW STUDENTS’ RESEARCH ABSTRACT WRITING COMPETITION GPDRL Lab CL STUDENTS’ RESEARCH ABSTRACT WRITING COMPETITION GPDRL Dr Shafiqul Hassan The competition is organized to promote research culture among students. 12/12/2021 12:13:00 PM Student of College of Law
Forensic Written Text Analysis Workshop LDSHRG Group CH Talk Ms. Farah Saad Digital Literary Club The session explores the use of Forensic linguistics in analyzing written criminal evidence and documents. The talk tackles real-life case studies where the expertise of linguists is employed in court. 11/2/2021 7:00:00 PM PSU community both campuses
THE Impact roundtable: A new model for identifying excellence in the Middle East LDSHRG Group CH Conference The Emerging Economies, 2022 THE - The Emerging Economies Summit - Dubai Expo The THE Impact Rankings show how the global higher education sector is working towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2021, 1240 institutions from around the world participated in the ranking, submitting data against one or several of the SDGs. During this round table session, we will look closely at participation from the Middle East region, highlighting examples of best practice and examining how universities in the region are contributing towards achievement of the UN goals. We will also provide details of how universities can submit data to participate in 2022. 10/18/2021 12:15:00 AM Global
Digital Humanities at Oxford - DHOx2021 LDSHRG Group CH Training Digital Humanities at Oxford University DHOx2021 Exploring the opportunities of collaborative research methods in the context of digital humanities. How to approach crowdsourced research to prioritize data quality without sacrificing ethical collaborative research practices. 7/12/2021 9:00:00 AM Global Digital Humanists
Poetic Analysis - Feminism LDSHRG Group CH Talk Ms. Maha AlJasser Digital Literary Club Discover feminism through the eyes of poetic analysis. An interactive session to discover Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess." 10/27/2021 5:00:00 PM PSU community - both campuses
Lab Research Progress GPDRL Lab CL Internal Meeting Dr Shafiqul Hassan Dr Shafiqul Hassan Present overall progress of Lab research activities. 11/3/2021 1:14:00 PM Dr Abdulaziz Ahmed Altuwaijri
Generalized results to study the existence of solutions of Caputo fractional boundary value problems TAS Lab DES Seminar Dr. Imran Talib Dr. Nabil Mliki In this talk, the generalized results will be presented to study the existence of solutions of generalized Caputo fractional differential equations with generalized nonlinear boundary conditions. The presented approach unifies the existence criteria of various fractional boundary value problems that have been previously studied on a case-by-case basis in the literature. The common feature is that the solution of each fractional boundary value problem lies in a sector defined by well-ordered coupled lower and upper solutions. The tools we use are the lower and upper solutions approach along with some results of fixed point theory. Some examples will be presented to demonstrate the applicability of the proposed approach. 10/26/2021 12:15:00 PM CHS
A comparison of Female Students’ Self-esteem Level before and during the pandemic TAS Lab DES Seminar DR. Fatima Azami Dr. Nabil Mlaiki See the poster 11/1/2021 12:15:00 PM CHS
Fractional Fifference Operators with discete generalized Mittag-Leffeler kernel model TAS Lab DES Seminar Dr. Thabet Abdeljawad Dr. Nabil Mlaiki Math Seminar 11/8/2021 12:15:00 PM CHS
Organizing Student Research Abstract Writing Competition GPDRL Lab CL Internal Meeting Dr Shafiqul Hassan Dr Shafiqul Hassan Organize and manage fund regarding student research abstract writing competition. 10/18/2021 12:13:00 PM Lab Members
Seed Project Progress Status GPDRL Lab CL Internal Meeting Dr Mohsin Dhali Dr Shafiqul Hassan This meeting aimed to discuss the progress status of the existing seed project and the challenges face by the data collector and how to address such challenges to meet the submission deadlines. 11/8/2021 11:12:00 AM Dr Shafiqul Hassan, Dr Yusuff Jelili and Dr Mohsin Dhali
Catch me if you can...How to extradite a wanted person. GPDRL Lab CL Community Service Ms.Misbah Saboohi Ms.Hanadi Al-Deeb The workshop will discuss the law of extraction that will shed light on the procedure on how to return a person commits a crime in one state and flees to another state. 11/8/2021 7:30:00 PM Open to public.
Racing Drone Workshop RIOTU Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Belal Kawaf Belal Kawaf One of the RIOTU Lab members, presented a racing drone workshop to students and non-students, at the Lab. Belal Kawaf who presented and organized the workshop. In this event, we teach the attendees the basic knowledge of electronics, soldering, and programming the race drone in a matter that can fly in the air. 11/13/2021 9:00:00 AM Belal Kawaf, Amjad Al-Sehli
Europeana 2021 Conference - Recover, Build, Grow LDSHRG Group CH Attending a Workshop Europeana 2021 Conference Europeana 2021 As the cultural heritage sector looks to recover, rebuild and grow in post-pandemic times, Europeana 2021 - which took place from 10 -12 November - aimed to raise voices from across the sector to empower digital transformation and explore the role digital cultural heritage plays in supporting a sustainable, responsible and inspiring cultural heritage sector for today and tomorrow. 10/11/2021 12:30:00 AM Digital Humanities and Heritage scholars
Using BaaS and microservices technologies to secure IoT environments SEL Lab CCIS Talk Mrs. Daniah Hasan CYS Club under the supervision of SEL Lab IoT applications have extended new concepts to smart technologies in different vital sectors such as healthcare, education, agriculture, energy management and control, etc. IoT aims to interconnect several intelligent devices over the Internet to control, store, exchange, and analyze collected data. However, the main problem in IoT environments is that they present numerous potential vulnerabilities that can be the origin of security attacks. In this context, in this work proposes a novel framework, named SUBLµME, which stands for SecUre BLockchain as a service and µservices-based fraMework for IoT Environments. This framework integrates BaaS and microservices technologies that have the predominant characteristic of offering reusable and reconfigurable security features implemented as independent services that can be reused for multiple IoT applications. SUBLµME is implemented and validated by a simulated smart home environment. The results of the simulation experiments showed that SUBLµME brings several security improvements in terms of performance, data integrity, data packages’ validation, access control, and efficient and secure data transmission and storage. 10/24/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU students and faculty members
Club Fair SEL Lab CCIS Community Service Dr. Maha Driss, Mrs. Lamya Alyousef, Mrs. Shahinaz Almuhanna PSU This event aims to promote the CybeSecurity club (CYS) that is supervised by the SEL lab 10/20/2021 11:00:00 AM
INiTS's visit SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani and SEL members PSU During the meeting, the SEL leader and members presented the achievements and the current research projects and activities to the INiTS's visitors. 10/17/2021 10:00:00 AM
Training Workshop ''Attack Detected'' SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani Mr. Muhannad Qassem The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the content of the different presentations that will be delivered for the training workshop '' Attack Detected'' 10/31/2021 1:00:00 PM
Workshop SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Workshop 9/27/2021 12:00:00 PM
Management SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Management 9/27/2021 12:00:00 PM
Research SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Research 9/28/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 9/29/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Eng. Muhannad Qasem SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 9/29/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 9/30/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/3/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL Lab The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/5/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/5/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Eng. Aala AlKhayer SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/6/2021 12:00:00 PM
Management SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Management 10/6/2021 12:00:00 PM
Research SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Research 10/6/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/6/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/7/2021 12:00:00 PM
Research SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Research 10/10/2021 12:00:00 PM
Workshop SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Workshop 10/10/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Walid El-Shafai SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/11/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/11/2021 12:00:00 PM
Project SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Eng. Aala AlKhayer SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Project 10/12/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Walid El-Shafai SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 10/12/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Walid El-Shafai SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 10/12/2021 12:00:00 PM
Management SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Eng. Muhannad Qasem SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Management 10/13/2021 12:00:00 AM
Management SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Management 10/14/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Eng. Aala AlKhayer SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 10/14/2021 12:00:00 PM
Management SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Management 10/17/2021 12:00:00 AM
Others SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Others 11/18/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Eng. Aala AlKhayer SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 10/18/2021 12:00:00 PM
Research SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Eng. Aala AlKhayer SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Research 10/18/2021 12:00:00 PM
Workshop SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Iman Almomani SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL Workshop 10/19/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Dr. Maha Driss SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 10/21/2021 12:00:00 PM
CYS Club SEL Lab CCIS Meeting Eng. Aala AlKhayer SEL The Meeting was conducted to discuss SEL CYS Club 10/21/2021 12:00:00 AM
Merits of Intellectual Discussion GPDRL Lab CL Talk Dr Yusuff Jelili Amuda Dr Shafiqul Hassan Intellectual discussion is an intellectual conversation that starts with asking the right questions related to the research topic in question. The audience will be able to contribute and give constructive criticism to improve the quality of the research. The workshop focuses on the merit and advantages of the intellectual discussion to the college of law faculty members. It will further elucidate how faculty members can contribute to the other research academically and positively. Finally, suggestions will be suggested to improve and increase the College of Law publication input. 11/22/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU Faculty
Introducing Lab New and inaugurating lab brochure and website GPDRL Lab CL Internal Meeting Dr Shafiqul Hassan GPDRL The meeting is held to introduce lab new members to the Dean of the college together inaugurate GPDRL wings brochures and website. 11/21/2021 12:00:00 PM Lab Members
Machine learning using matlab (day 1) SSE Lab CE Organizing a Workshop Dr. Waddah Saif Dr. Mohamed Marey Introduction on machine learning algorithms and matlab 11/21/2021 12:10:00 PM 14
Introduction to Immersive Technologies LDSHRG Group CH Training Dr. Orchida Fayez Digital Literary Club Immersive storytelling represents the evolution of the interaction between humanities and computational tools: i.e. lies at the core of digital humanities. According to the  Storyfutures’ 2019 skills report, 97% of immersive companies felt skills were missing, and almost half stated that there was not an adequate supply of new talent. Involving students in the process of immersive media productions offers a unique experience of self-expression and prospects of a possible career path in digital humanities. 11/22/2021 6:00:00 PM Student body - both campuses
Machine learning using Matlab SSE Lab CE Seminar Dr. Waddah Saif Dr. Mohamed Marey Logistic regression algorithm with matlab 11/22/2021 12:01:00 PM 13
Machine learning using matlab (day 3) SSE Lab CE Seminar Dr. Waddah Saif Dr. Mohamed Marey Supporting vector machine using matlab 11/23/2021 12:01:00 PM 12
Machine learning using matlab (day 4) SSE Lab CE Seminar Dr. Waddah Saif Dr. Mohamed Marey Neural network with matlab 11/24/2021 12:01:00 PM 10
Machine learning using matlab (day 5) SSE Lab CE Seminar Dr. Waddah Saif Dr. Mohamed Marey deep learning with matlab 11/25/2021 12:01:00 PM 6
Hiring postdoc SSE Lab CE Internal Meeting Dr. Mohamed Marey Dr. Mohamed Marey Hiring postdoc process 11/17/2021 11:12:00 AM 3
internal meeting SSE Lab CE Internal Meeting Dr. Mohamed Marey Dr. Mohamed Marey Discussing research work 11/10/2021 11:12:00 AM 3
2nd International Symposium on Applied Linguistics Research ALLAB Lab CH Symposium Several prominent scholars Dina El-Dakhs It is an international symposium that lasted for 2 days. 11/6/2021 9:00:00 AM 495 participants
3rd Written Speech Competition ALLAB Lab CH Student Competition PSU Students Dina El-Dakhs The competition was open to PSU undergraduate students. 12/6/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU community
Connections between Applied Linguistics and Foreign Language Education ALLAB Lab CH Invited Speaker Dina El-Dakhs Center for Language Studies, National University of Singapore NA 12/2/2021 4:30:00 AM International attending the e-symposium
Transmedia Storytelling and Virtual Reality Platforms LDSHRG Group CH Meeting Ms. Amany Al Khayat, Columbia University LDSH research group The project has started as a reaction to reported problems faced by students in relation to digital competence, anxiety and social distancing due to the abrupt digital transformation. These factors affected their learning experience negatively in a way that disrupts their education. This project comprises a digital platform that adopts an interdisciplinary approach to assist students to cope mentally and emotionally with the results of COVID19 changes while gaining necessary digital skills. 5/12/2021 8:00:00 PM Research group members
Pragmatic Research ALLAB Lab CH Seminar Dina El-Dakhs + Fahd Alzahrani Dina El-Dakhs NA 12/6/2021 8:00:00 PM Public
Writing Good Listening Comprehension Questions ALLAB Lab CH Invited Speaker Dina El-Dakhs Foundation Program at Qatar University NA 12/6/2021 2:00:00 PM University English Language Staff
Writing Good MCQs ALLAB Lab CH Training Dina El-Dakhs Foundation Program at Qatar University NA 12/8/2021 2:00:00 PM Qatar University English Language Teaching Staff
Data Science Club Meeting AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba Data Science Club Activities Planning 1/24/2021 12:00:00 PM
WiDS Datathon Meeting AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba DS Club members and AIDA lab members met to followup the WiDS Datathon progress. 2/7/2021 12:00:00 PM AIDA & DS Club members
WiDS Conference 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba To review the WiDS 2021 activities and program progress. 2/21/2021 12:00:00 PM WiDS team
WiDS 2021 & Datathon Winners Announcement AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba The committee met to manage the final arrangements and discuss the Datathon reward ceremony. 3/7/2021 12:00:00 PM WiDS Committee
Seed Projects 2020-2021 Status AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba The senior members met to discuss and review the status of Seed projects. 4/4/2021 12:00:00 PM AIDA Senior research members
Assuring Cloud Confidence Through Searchable Encryption AIDA Lab CCIS Talk Dr. Shahziab Tahir AIDA Lab/DS Club While the market for highly scalable and flexible cloud computing resources has grown exponentially in recent years, confidence in the ability to protect data stored in the cloud has evaporated. Partial solutions using old generation encryption have left businesses either unable to use their data or exposed to financial and reputational risk – forcing them into a trade-off between accessibility and security. Searchable encryption enables to manage the most confidential data while maintaining absolute privacy and security. 11/11/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to community
Annual Report LDSHRG Group CH Internal Meeting Dr. Orchida Fayez LDSH research group The meeting's aim was to present the annual achievements and to align the future plan in terms of: DH training sessions, research projects, outreach activities & extracurricular activities and publication prospects. 12/9/2021 12:00:00 PM Research group members
Machine Learning: it can't get any easier than this AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Dr. Khaled Almustafa Dr. Rehman Khan Machine Learning (ML) Applications are one of the most interesting topics nowadays among the Artificial Intelligence (AI) research community, it can get a bit complicated for some of us, since we have no deep background or in-depth knowledge about such an important topic, but there are many easy to use tools to give us a chance to contribute to this interesting area of research with build in, and ready to use tools, such as WEKA solution. He introduced the solution, and most of its functionality in order to demonstrate a fair understanding of a common classification problem using different, well known, and widely used ML classification algorithms, and such an exercise was done on a selected bioinformatic dataset. Then he introduced a feature selection method for the features of the used dataset for different classifiers to evaluate the classifiers performance with the selected features, and compare it with the original classification. Some sensitivity analysis on selected classifiers' parameters were discussed in order to see if there is an enhancement of the classifier performance with respect to these parameters. By the end of these sessions, the attendees got the idea of the required skills to come up with a reasonable publishable work.The applications of AI in industry were discussed, followed by a technical workshop. 11/15/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Data Visualization Using Python AIDA Lab CCIS Training Ms. Safia Dawood Dr. Tanzila Saba The workshop provided participants with the practice on how to import visualization libraries into the Python environment and use them to create different visual illustrations of the data like Scatter Plot, Line Chart, Histogram, and Bar Chart. 2/16/2021 4:00:00 PM Open to Community
Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio AIDA Lab CCIS Training Ms. Aisha M.Dawood Dr. Tanzila Saba Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, a cloud-based environment can be used to train, deploy, automate, manage, and track ML models. Azure Machine Learning can be used for any kind of machine learning, from classical ML to deep learning, supervised, and unsupervised learning. Whether based on Python or R code with the SDK or work with no-code/low-code options in the studio. Participants were given a tutorial to create a classification model with automated ML in Azure Machine Learning. They forecasted demand with automated machine learning and trained a regression classification model. At the end, they deployed a machine learning model with the designer. 2/23/2021 4:00:00 PM Open to Community
Design Thinking for AI Applications AIDA Lab CCIS Seminar Ms. Raneem Rashid Dr. Tanzila Saba To ensure successful AI implementation, organizations must first figure out why, where, and how they can apply AI to specific business problems. Here, the role of design thinking in Artificial Intelligence comes into play. In the webinar, the speaker discussed Design Thinking 101 and why should we apply Design Thinking to AI. The speaker discussed the AI development part in relation to AI Design Thinking. The speaker concluded the webinar with a case study to better deliver the concept of AI Design Thinking. 2/22/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Arabic Poetry Classification AIDA Lab CCIS Seminar Shaikhah AlMahasheer, Taghreed Alkhammash Dr.Rehman Khan The webinar introduced natural language processing (NLP), then focused on developing a Classification model to classify Arabic poetry based on poet origin. The lecture covered the full cycle form building the machine learning model until evaluating it with activities and exercises. 3/30/2021 6:00:00 PM Open to Community
DATA SCIENCE CHALLENGE SERIES AIDA Lab CCIS Students' competition Data Science Club Dr.Tanzila Saba Under the AIDA lab's supervision, the Data Science Club is pleased to conduct the Data Science Challenge Series to students. AIDA Lab aims to aspire young data scientists by providing the opportunity to test student’s knowledge in data science and provide hands-on projects as challenges. Not only are data science projects a great learning experience, they also help students to explore and search for better analytical thinking. The first challenge designed to tests the following skills: - Mathematical - Analytical - Basic Programming - Data Science Mindset There will be prizes and certificates for the winners. 9/12/2021 9:00:00 AM Open to community
DATA QUEST Test your Data Security Knowledge AIDA Lab CCIS Students' Competition Data Science Club Data Science Club Data quest is an online Data Security competition hosted and organized by Data Science Club for undergraduate students to test their general data security knowledge. The goal of this competition was to raise data security awareness among students and develop and refine their incident handling skills. The competition was conducted online through KAHOOT platform. 54 students (Both Male and Female) were registered for the completion. Top three winner have been awarded with Prizes and rest of the participants were awarded with certificates. 11/22/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Data Science & Analytics Master Course AIDA Lab CCIS Training AIDA Lab Dr.Tanzila Saba AIDA Lab delivered the seven-month Data Science & Analytics Master Course to seventeen trainees including faculty and students led by professionally certified instructors. The main objective of this practical, hands-on course was to give the education not just to understand the ins and outs of the Data Science and Machine Learning, but also to learn exactly how to become a professional Data Scientist with Python, data analysis, visualization, and how to make use of that data in a practical manner. Through this course, the trainee gained the knowledge in data analysis, machine learning, data visualization, & natural language processing from beginners to the advanced level. The course led to professional certifications and certificate award appreciation ceremony was organized to appreciate the trainees on the completion of the Data Science Master Course where the course completion certificates were awarded by Dr.Mohamed Alkanhal, Dean of College of Computer & Information Sciences. 10/1/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to community
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) BOOTCAMP AIDA Lab CCIS Training AIDA Lab Dr.Tanzila Saba The program aimed to deliver the knowledge and skills in the domain of AI and Data Science through hands-on sessions. There were four technical workshops each for the duration of four hours, from 06:00 PM to 10:00PM. The training was delivered online to accommodate the maximum number of trainees. The program was enriched with discussions, hands-on and interactive sessions. They designed the #dashboardsdeexcel , created the visualization models with #Python and basic machine learning models with #Weka.After the first successful round of AI Bootcamp, 2020 at AIDA Lab, this second round also ended fruitfully. The participants recommended introducing the advanced level sessions in the next cycle. This feedback shows the strength and effectiveness of our Bootcamp. 11/14/2021 7:00:00 PM Open to Community
AI4ALL AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Dr.Amerah Alghanim Dr.Tanzila Saba As a part of the community service and AI4ALL initiative, this workshop is initiated by the AIDA lab members. We have planned to offer virtual coding classes to school students. The sessions will consider middle school students for Block coding and basic coding leads a path to AI. This can be offered anytime during the whole school year. Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and website targeted primarily at children 8-16 to help learn code. Users of the site can create projects on the web using a block-like interface. To teach Block coding and basic coding in a fun way to school students. Several projects were implemented during the three days. We covered main aspects and features to create projects. 2/21/2021 6:00:00 PM Open to Community
Data Analysis and Visualization using Power BI AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Data Science Club Dr.Tanzila Saba At the end of the workshop, the participants would be able to understand the importance of data visualization for data analytics and interpretation of the data. The emphasis of the session will be on the use of Power BI tool to create interactive dashboards and learn how to interpret data into meaningful information. Interactive activities and many samples from actual dashboards will be used to illustrate the visualizations. 10/24/2021 12:00:00 PM
Smart Products using Multi-Modal Data Streams AIDA Lab CCIS Talk Dr. Usman Ghani Dr. Rehman Khan In the contemporary world, we see significant developments in the IT sector. One fast-paced upcoming world is that of Artificial Intelligence. As being in the IT sector for almost 2 decades now, I understand that in near future, robots through artificial intelligence would be performing most of the tasks that humans now perform'. This talk presented some interesting applications of computer vision, text processing, bio-informatics, Augmented and Virtual Reality. Special focus was on providing insights and working demos of the developed applications at National Center of Artificial Intelligence housed at UET, Lahore, Pakistan. 12/7/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
CAIDA Conference AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba Planning and arrangemnet of CAIDA 2021 workshops. 3/21/2021 12:00:00 PM AIDA Lab members
CAIDA 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba The CAIDA 2021 organizing team met to evaluate all the arrangements, testing the ZOOM platform and some rehearsal sessions. 4/5/2021 12:00:00 AM CAIDA2021 chairs and organizing committee
CAIDA 2021 Post Phase AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba CAIDA 2021 certificates preparation and post report structure discussion. 4/18/2021 2:00:00 PM Dr.Tanzila Saba, Dr.Rabia Latif & Dr.Nor Shahida
Research Projects Progress Followup AIDA Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr.Tanzila Saba Dr.Tanzila Saba The senior members met to discuss and evaluate the ongoing projects progress. 5/27/2021 12:00:00 PM
Arabic Sentiment Analysis for Twitter (in Arabic) AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Mr. Faris Alasmary Dr.Rehman Khan The workshop aims to provide audience with knowledge of: Build and deploy a machine learning model that predicts the sentiment of a given Arabic tweet. Started by explaining the basics of the preprocessing and feature extraction of texts. Then built different machine learning models and choose the best one. Finally, deployed the model on a server. 10/19/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Artificial Intelligence ARTATHON AIDA Lab CCIS Community Service SDAIA Dr.Tanzila Saba, Ms Fatima Khan The event was organized in the collaboration of SDAIA : To create the awareness about AI Motivating the students to participate in this competition 9/30/2021 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Floor Dashboard training AIDA Lab CCIS Training Floor Team Ms Fatima Khan The team was invited to attend this training to use this platform for the virtual conference. 1/28/2021 12:00:00 PM WiDS Organizing Team
Participation in CAIDA 2021 & WiDS 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Meeting Saudi Distribution Company (SDC), Saudi Arabia Dr.Tanzila Saba An external meeting was conducted with Saudi Distribution Company (SDC), Saudi Arabia, based on their interest to participate in both conferences. 1/13/2021 3:00:00 PM Dr.Tanzila Saba, Ms Hind Alaskar & SDA
Women Leading with Impact: Accelerate Your Position with Confidence AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Alliance Canada Speakers Company Want to be recognized, respected and rewarded in your career? Want to grow your leadership effectiveness? Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day with Human Behavior Expert and Women’s Leadership Speaker Colette Carlson. Female leaders at Federal Express, Costco, Procter & Gamble, and Nestle Purina have all benefited from this powerful program and now you can too. Speakers Alliance Canada is 100% managed by Woman and we represent 70% of Women Speakers and Business Consultants. Share this important day with us to become an authentic, credible and confident leader! Women Leading with Impact: Accelerate Your Position with Confidence When women show up, stand up, and speak out, positive change happens. In this engaging, uplifting, and research-based program, specific to women in leadership, participants gain the strategies and skills necessary to become authentic, credible, and confident leaders. Be recognized, respected, and rewarded in your career by learning how to: • Cultivate connections that count • Identify, access, and develop strategic relationships • Express your success to advocate for yourself and others • Conquer self-imposed limits to take risks and accelerate growth • Breakthrough barriers by mastering the power of the ASK • Stay resilient through constant change and challenges 3/5/2021 7:00:00 PM Open to Community
PSU Promotion Criteria & Process AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Dr.Tanzila Saba, Dr.Dina Dhakss TLC The aim was to share the information about the research requirements for the promotion process. 3/12/2021 3:00:00 PM PSU faculty
TASK International Conference AIDA Lab CCIS Conference Dr Tamer K Darwish Al Falah University, Dubai Welcome to the 4th AFU International Conference (Virtual Conference): Towards Advanced Scientific Knowledge (TASK4-2021), which will be held on 19-20 May 2021 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. TASK4-2021 is a multidisciplinary conference that covers interrelated topics. We live in crisis times (i.e., pandemics) where new emerging phenomena have made tremendous and transformative impacts on businesses, government, and society which have managerial, technological, ethical, health, social and legal implications. To address these challenges, there is a call for interdisciplinary research collaboration and efforts to understand their impacts on business and society from broader, holistic perspectives, and globally. TASK4-2021 aims to provide a platform for researchers across the world to discuss and share ideas and findings about business challenges and new emerging phenomena from broad perspectives including but not limited to Business, Mass Communication, Psychology, Social Sciences, Statistics and Law. TASK4-2021 conference emphasizes this perspective of intersection between business and other fields of knowledge which offers the opportunity for research collaboration on interrelated topics between scholars from different backgrounds and fields and helps in providing innovative solutions for better business environment and society’s welfare 5/19/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to all
NCAI's NLP Program Introduction and Networking Workshop AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Fatima A. Alghamdi SDAIA, KSA NLP Research/Accademia Workshop 5/25/2021 12:30:00 PM Open to all
Data-Driven Government Digi Conference 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Conference Conference Speakers Great Mind Events Management Data-Driven Government Digi Conference 2021 is hosted to shed light on some of the main challenges faced in data management and analytics and explore how advanced technology can help the Government sector in improving its efficiency and productivity through enabling faster and better informed decisions, preventing crime, extending regional asset and optimising generated data for accurate decision making. This virtual platform will gather high level representations from Government and Ministries that will include the thought leaders and technology experts from across the region to share knowledge and experience in managing and analysing data. The event will also present various innovations in data management and advanced analytics as well as communication platforms and intelligent technologies that can help Government and Ministries to take optimal steps in enhancing performance effectively across the entire region for betterment of its citizens. 6/1/2021 10:00:00 AM Open to all
Machine Learning using R AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Dr. Soud Larabi Dr.Tanzila Saba Machine Learning involves statistical techniques and intelligent algorithms that allow the learning stage to generate structures based on the training data in order to predict results for the new data in the testing stage. Learning stage involves optimizing a numerical measure to compute the parameters that characterize a given algorithm's underlying model. Existing machine learning techniques are expressed as supervised or unsupervised. Machine Learning techniques have evolved over the last decade and have been useful in different domains. R is one of the well-known Statistical and Machine Learning software. This workshop will show how to apply different Machine Learning Algorithms using R. 3/8/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to Community
WomenTech Global Conference 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Conference Conference Speakers WomenTech Network WomenTech Global Conference will feature a full week of live events hosted daily from June 7 - 11, 2021 across various time zones including Americas, GMT & APAC. WTGC will enable participants to create a powerful conference experience, with inspiring keynotes, industry-specific summits, sponsor info sessions, career growth expo, workshops, open space discussion groups, contributions sprints, 1:1 networking opportunities, and interactive community content. 6/7/2021 8:00:00 AM Open to all
An Introductory Workshop on Data Analytics for Lean Six Sigma (WIDS) AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Ms.Saima Rashid Dr.Tanzila Saba Six Sigma is a data driven methodology to improve the quality of a process (i.e. any repetitive business function) by reducing the variation around the mean of the process. In other words, it ensures that the process falls within the acceptable tolerance range (as far as possible). In theory, a perfect score in Six Sigma is 6. This would mean that 99.7% of all data points fall within the tolerance range. However, in practice, a good sigma score depends upon the dynamics of the particular process in question. At the end of this workshop the participants would be able to understand the basic data analysis and interpretation of the data gathered within a DMAIC project. The emphasis will be on use of data analytics tools and the interpretation of the outcome. Interactive activities and many different examples from actual Lean Six Sigma projects will be used to illustrate all tools. Hour 1: Data and Lean Six Sigma Hour 2: Introduction to testing Hour 3: Regression Analysis 3/8/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to Community
Artificial Intelligence & Data Science for Social Good: Current & Future Applications AIDA Lab CCIS Invited Speaker Dr.Tanzila Saba WomenTech Network, USA The field of “AI for Social Good” is growing fast. AI has the potential to provide a meaningful solution to social problems. This session will focus on the current AI applications in enhancing education, community development, disability assistance, entertainment, healthcare, cultural, social and gender disparity, ethics, and security, etc. Recent achievements of Data Science and AI will be presented in-depth and the next-generation AI solutions for social good solutions will be highlighted. 6/8/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to all
Data Analysis using Python (WIDS) AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Dr. Anees Araa Dr.Tanzila Saba This workshop covers the fundamental concepts of object oriented programming using python language such as primitive data types, arithmetic and logical operators, user interaction, control structures, functions and classes. In addition, it also introduces the collections such as strings, lists, dictionaries, tuples, and sets and their effective use in variety of applications. It also covers the basics of higher order data structures and data analysis tools like numpy and pandas. The participants will be exposed to various data analysis tools using Python. Participants will also gain hands-on experience with tools related to data analysis as part of their exercises/small project during the workshop. 3/8/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to Community
Deep Learning with Tensor flow (WIDS) AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Eman Albilali,Nourah Alangari (KSU) Dr.Tanzila Saba Deep learning is an emerging subfield in machine learning that has in recent years achieved state-of-the-art performance in a range of tasks such as image classification, object detection, self-driving cars, segmentation, etc. This workshop will introduce the basic theory of Deep Learning in the first part. For the second part, a prepared hands-on example will be provided for the participants to practice both feed-forward networks and convolutional networks. We will use the famous MNIST Dataset to build two Neural Networks capable of performing handwritten digits classification. The first Network is a simple Multi-layer Perceptron (MLP) and the second one is a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN). When given an input our algorithm will return the digit this input represents. 3/8/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to Community
Machine Learning in Healthcare using Matlab (WIDS) AIDA Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Eng. Mai Ali Dr.Tanzila Saba Although the aptitude to record massive amounts of information about individual patients is transmuting the healthcare industry, the volume of data being gathered is impossible for human beings to evaluate. Machine Learning (ML) paves a pathway to automatically find patterns and inspect unstructured data. This permits healthcare professionals to transfer to a personalized care system, which is known as precision medicine. This talk will highlight the use of machine learning and Artificial Intelligence in various tracks of medical practice from diagnosis to remote health monitoring. 3/8/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to Community
How to Build your own chatbot using Python AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Great Learning Great Learning Academy ● Introduction to chatbots ● Types of chatbots ● Top applications of chatbots ● Architecture of chatbots ● How does a chatbot work? ● Practical demonstration in Python using Python libraries 12/1/2021 5:00:00 PM
End to End Machine Learning Bootcamp AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Ms. Arpita Gupta Let the Data Confess Pvt.Ltd Learnt how to build a machine learning model from scratch. This course covered all the important concepts in machine learning and how to apply them in a real-world project. Learnt how to build a successful machine learning product from scratch. These points were explained and demonstrated in detail -: -Deployment using flask and Heroku -Scikit learn, Keras -Docker -REST API -Machine Learning basics -MySQL integration 12/13/2021 6:00:00 PM
Strategic Partnership in Arab Blockchain Week AIDA Lab CCIS Community Service Data Science Club/AIDA Lab Arab Blockchain Week Arab Blockchain Week is a decentralized community-organized initiative. There is no single owner but a group of supporters sharing their passion about blockchain technology, Education, Business and the importance of empowering the Arab community in blockchain for a better future . We invite projects, individuals and anyone interested in fruitful and educational discussions to join us virtually on the 12 – 17 June, 2021. Arab Blockchain Week is committed to be blockchain agnostic and focus on education to push mass adoption by providing first-hand information about the industry. Please keep it educational, try to be as cost-friendly for the community as much as you can, respect other events and minimize overlap and create a welcoming and inclusive environment, so interested parties at any knowledge level feel comfortable to join. 6/12/2021 9:00:00 AM Open to all
Saudi Emerging Technologies Forum AIDA Lab CCIS Conference Forum Speakers Saudi Emerging Technologies Forum The largest R&D event in the region on disruptive technologies of the 4IR, Saudi Emerging Technologies Forum takes place on 11-13 November, 2019 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The event will work in partnership with some of the main government organisations to create a forum that will be the first of its kind to feature interactive sector-specific labs, live proof of concepts, a fully immersive conference and much more. 11/11/2021 9:00:00 AM Open to all
Classic ML Problems: Python Overview AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Ms Erum Afzal Omdena by Rosana de Oliveira Gomes Programming in Python and following best practices is an important step on our Data Science and AI journeys, so a really good opportunity to get together and discuss about it, and also just get more familiar with the language if you've been working in another programming language :) Outline: ➡ Getting started with python ➡ Variables and types ➡ Decision structure ➡ Loops ➡ Functions ➡ Numpy ➡ Pandas ➡ ML classification on iris 6/27/2021 8:30:00 PM Open to all
IDC Women Transforming Technology Summit 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Symposium Summit Speakers IDC Diversity is a hot topic in the tech industry — and because it’s discussed frequently, it might be easy to feel like things have already changed. However, the momentum is still too slow in this region. Women remain largely underrepresented in STEM roles at about half that of male representation. Female participation in IT is about 35% with less than 18% in managerial roles. Compounding the problem, IDC research found that 51% of employers in the region are accelerating their digitalization agenda and 60% of employers intend to accelerate the automation of processes. These changes are likely to do away with a set of roles that are increasingly redundant in the new future of work— and accelerate the creation of new roles. The distribution of female roles in IT is highly skewed towards the roles that will become automated. 11/11/2021 9:00:00 AM Open to all
21th International Conference on Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS 2021) online, 2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Conference Prof. Ajith Abraham Machine Intelligence Research Labs (MIR Labs), USA Hybridization of intelligent systems is a promising research field of computational intelligence focusing on synergistic combinations of multiple approaches to develop the next generation of intelligent systems. A fundamental stimulus to the investigations of HIS is the awareness that combined approaches will be necessary if the remaining tough problems in Artificial Intelligence are to be solved. The objectives of HIS 2021 are: to increase the awareness of the research community of the broad spectrum of hybrid techniques, to bring together AI researchers from around the world to present their cutting-edge results, to discuss the current trends in HIS research, to develop a collective vision of future opportunities, to establish international collaborative opportunities, and as a result to advance the state of the art of the field. 12/14/2021 9:00:00 AM Open to all
The 4th International Conference on Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems,2021 AIDA Lab CCIS Invited Speaker Dr.Tanzila Saba MLIS2021 Organizing Committee, Xiamen, China In various fields, the internet of things (IoT) gains a lot of popularity due to its autonomous sensors operations with the least cost. In medical and healthcare applications, the IoT devices develop an ecosystem to sense the medical conditions of the patients' such as blood pressure, oxygen level, heartbeat, temperature, etc. and take appropriate actions on an emergency basis. Using it, the healthcare-related data of patients is transmitted towards the remote users and medical centers for post-analysis. Different solutions have been proposed using Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) to monitor the medical status of the patients based on low powered biosensor nodes, however, preventing increased energy consumption and communication costs are demanding and interesting problems. The issue of unbalanced energy consumption between biosensor nodes degrades the timely delivery of the patient's information to remote centers and gives a negative impact on the medical system. Moreover, the sensitive data of the patient is transmitting over the insecure Internet and prone to vulnerable security threats. Therefore, data privacy and integrity from malicious traffic are another challenging research issue for medical applications. 11/10/2021 5:00:00 PM Open to all
How to become a Machine Learning Engineer without a degree AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Christophe Zoghbi Zaka Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a fastly evolving field and that isn't changing anytime soon. Moreover, Machine Learning (ML), is a core branch of AI that has become very popular lately to the extent that the title "Machine Learning Engineer" is one of the highest in demand according to employment websites. So the question is not IF you should start a career in ML but HOW to become a Machine Learning Engineer? We at Zaka, are holding a FREE webinar to guide you on "How to become a Machine Learning Engineer without a degree". In this FREE workshop, given by our CEO, Christophe Zoghbi, you will discover: - What is an ML/AI Engineer and what are their responsibilities? - Where to start with Artificial Intelligence? - What are the foundational tools every Data Science and ML/AI Engineer needs? - What are the skills required for an AI/ML Engineer in today's markets? - How can you get the practice needed in order to build a strong portfolio? - How can you gain the skills to become a sufficient self-learner? 12/15/2021 6:00:00 PM Open to all
WIDS Woldwide Datathon 2022 Workshop Office Hours AIDA Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Stanford WiDS Datathon Team Judy Logon & Valerie Goren To discuss the plans, timelines and required trainings for WiDS Datathon 2022 12/17/2021 6:00:00 PM Global WiDS Ambassadors
COVID19 funded project feedback & Plan LDSHRG Group CH Meeting Dr. Orchida Fayez LDSH Participation in IEEE conferences for outreach and VR prototyping. Uploading the VR game on a Webpage. Presenting quote for Gaming PC required for the VR game. Discussing 2022 papers / projects. 12/27/2021 6:30:00 PM Research Group members
Smart Products Using Multi-Modal Data Streams SEL Lab CCIS Attending a Workshop Dr. Usman Ghani AIDA Lab The workshops presents demos of different smart applications using AI techniques 12/7/2021 12:00:00 PM PSU faculty members and students
Into the Metaverse LDSHRG Group CH Attending a Workshop GamesBeat & Facebook Gaming Summit GamesBeat & Facebook Gaming Summit The 2nd Annual GamesBeat and Facebook Gaming Summit will uncover future gaming markets and trends, explore the major changes that are impacting the industry, and unveil new growth and monetization opportunities. Hosted digitally on January 25, 2022, this event will bring leaders across the gaming industry together to dig deep into the most essential topics now facing developers and publishers, including advertising and privacy changes, cloud gaming, creative advertising, the creator economy, the growth of triple-A mobile, app monetization, and more. 1/25/2022 8:00:00 AM Leaders and Academics across the gaming industry
Racing Drone Wokrshop RIOTU Lab CCIS Organizing a Workshop Belal Kawaf Rayan Al-Akkad This is a racing drone workshop, enables students to be able to build racing drone, and be familiarized with soldering, electronics, hardware integration, and software integration. 1/29/2022 9:00:00 AM Girls section , 13 student
On a class of differential inclusions in the frame of generalized Hilfer fractional derivative. TAS Lab DES Seminar Dr. Bahaa Abdallah Dr. Nabil Mlaiki not availabl 2/8/2022 12:00:00 PM CHS
Introduction to copula and vine copula model. TAS Lab DES Seminar Dr. Fadhah Alanazi Dr. Nabil Mlaiki Not Avalable 2/15/2022 12:00:00 PM
Research Plan SEL Lab CCIS Internal Meeting Dr. Maha Driss Dr. Iman Almomani This meeting aims to discuss the future research directions and the current elaborated research papers. 2/17/2022 1:00:00 PM
Aerial Systems for Delivery and Surveillance: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities RIOTU Lab CCIS Invited Speaker Anis Koubaa Eric Feron The development of aerial systems is nowadays a significant trend in the industry. Delivery and surveillance applications are among the most important in drones' business. However, the development of drones applications encompasses several technical challenges, both from hardware and software perspectives. In this talk, I present the benefits of delivery and surveillance applications using aerial vehicles and discuss the main challenges from different perspectives, including technical, regulatory, and business. I present how artificial intelligence can be leveraged to increase the level of autonomy of the drone. Furthermore, I show how deep learning algorithms are embedded into unmanned systems for onboard processing and decision making. We discuss different tradeoffs for deploying AI applications with unmanned aerial systems. I also share our experience developing drones' solutions in the talk, providing valuable tips for practitioners. 3/1/2022 10:00:00 AM KAUST and international participants
Recent Trends of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) in Remote Sensing Applications RIOTU Lab CCIS Journal Special Issue Wadii Boulila, Maha Driss. Anis Koubaa, Akrem Sellami, Imed Riadh Farah Remote Sensing Journal (MDPI) Generative adversarial networks (GANs) have recently been attracting extensive attention from the remote sensing (RS) community as an emerging field of deep learning. GANs are neural network architectures that introduce the training process as a competition between a generator and a discriminator to produce new data conforming to learned patterns. GANs are able to learn interpretable representations from RS data without supervision, which makes them useful for many use cases, such as data generation or augmentation, super resolution, panchromatic sharpening, haze removal and restoration, and cloud removal. In the literature, some recent works are proposed to provide theoretical and technical GANs-based approaches in many fields related to RS. 8/31/2022 8:00:00 AM
Smarttech 2022 RIOTU Lab CCIS Conference Wadii Boulila Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia The Second International Conference of Smart Systems and Emerging Technologies provides an excellent forum, which contributes new results in all areas of Artificial Intelligence, Internet-of-Things, Emerging Technologies, Unmanned Systems, Communication and Networking, and Cyber-Security in line with technological advances in the Kingdom under the umbrella of the Vision 2030. 5/9/2022 8:00:00 AM
Special Session on Malware Analytics in Smart Environments RIOTU Lab CCIS Conference Maha Driss, Iman Almomani, Wadii Boulila, Anis Koubaa 14th International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence In the past few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies have resulted in the emergence of several smart applications in various critical areas such as smart health, mobility, energy, cities, etc. IoT intends to link a wide range of intelligent devices and monitor systems and smart appliances in order to regulate, store, share, and analyze gathered information. The major challenge with smart ecosystems is that they might expose various vulnerabilities that can be exploited by malevolent users, jeopardizing the safety and privacy of collected data. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, worldwide cybercrime expenditures would increase by 15% each year over the next five years, approaching $10.5 trillion in 2025, up from $3 trillion in 2015. As a result, there is a critical need to investigate and analyze the present state of malware, as well as to suggest appropriate solutions to safeguard our assets and smart applications from malware attacks. The MASE 2022 Special Session at the 14th International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence (ICCCI 2022) aims to provide the most up-to-date findings on malware analytics techniques in the smart world. 9/28/2022 8:00:00 AM
Decision Making and Security Risk Management in IoT environments RIOTU Lab CCIS Book Wadii Boulila, Jawad Ahmad, Anis Koubaa, Maha Driss, Imed Riadh Farah Springer The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of tiny devices linked to the Internet or other communication networks. IoT is gaining popularity since it opens up new possibilities for developing many modern applications such as smart cities, smart agriculture, smart healthcare services, etc. The worldwide IoT market surpassed $100 billion in sales for the first time in 2017, and forecasts show that this number might reach $1.6 trillion by 2025. However, as IoT devices grow more widespread, threats, privacy, and security concerns are growing. The massive volume of data exchanged highlights significant challenges to preserving individual privacy and securing shared data. Therefore, securing the IoT environment becomes difficult for research and industry stakeholders. This book contains contemporary research that outlines and addresses security, privacy challenges, and decision-making in IoT environments. In this book, we cover a variety of subjects related to the following Keywords: IoT, IIoT, security, AI, deep learning, federated learning, blockchain, privacy-preserving, intrusion detection systems, lightweight encryption techniques, distributed computing paradigms. This book provides a collection of the most up-to-date research, providing a complete overview of security and privacy-preserving in IoT environments. It introduces new approaches based on machine learning to handle security challenges providing the field with a collection of recent research not already covered in the primary literature. 6/15/2022 8:00:00 AM
Progress of Lab research activities GPDRL Lab CL Internal Meeting Dr. Shafiqul Hassan Dr. Shafiqul Hassan Dr. Shafiqul Hassan presented lab research activities to the Dean, College of Law 2/6/2022 9:00:00 AM Dean, College of law
GETTING STARTED WITH THE BASICS OF PYTHON AIDA Lab CCIS Training Ms. Sumaira Asif Dr. Tanzila Saba Data Science Club under the supervision of AIDA Lab successfully organized the 3rd series of AI BootCamp by offering an Interactive Python Training designed for working professionals and students for three days from 24th - 26th January, 2022 under the supervision of AIDA Lab leader Dr. Tanzila Saba. The training was aimed to deliver the knowledge and skills of the programming language Python. The sessions covered the basics of Python through hands-on coding exercises followed by a Guided Project Game - “Rock, Paper and Scissors’. 1/24/2022 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Data Analysis with Python AIDA Lab CCIS Training Ms.Sumaira Asif Dr. Tanzila Saba Data Science Club under the supervision of AIDA Lab successfully organized the 4th series of AI BootCamp by offering ‘Data Analysis with Python’ Training designed for working professionals and students for three days from 07th - 09th February, 2022 under the supervision of AIDA Lab leader Dr. Tanzila Saba. The training was aimed to discuss the basics of Data Science and its applications in industry. The sessions covered the steps of Data Analysis process using Python Libraries through hands-on coding exercises followed by real-life dataset Analysis of ‘Covid-19’ from Italy. The training was delivered in a hybrid mode. 2/7/2022 12:00:00 PM
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SCIENCE AIDA Lab CCIS Invited Speaker DATA SCIENCE CLUB Dr. Tanzila Saba Data Science Club and Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics lab, under the leadership of Dr. Tanzila Saba, celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11th February by organizing an event inviting leaders from diverse fields of science. The event’s purpose was to promote full and equal access to participation in science for women and girls. The day focuses on the reality that science and gender equality are both vital for the achievement of internationally agreed development goals, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 2/11/2022 2:00:00 PM Open to Community
Talk with People in Tech AIDA Lab CCIS Talk DATA SCIENCE CLUB Dr. Tanzila Saba Data Science Club in association with EdTech Club organized a series of talks which had speakers from the diverse fields of technology. Our virtual guest lecture series covers a range of multidisciplinary applications of AI, Data Science and Data Analytics and are open to faculties, students, alumni and professionals at local, national and international level. The invited speakers were: Ms. Haya El Moghrabi CISCO, RIYADH Ms. Al Anoud Alasaf NEOM, RIYADH 1/30/2022 12:00:00 PM Open to Community
Analysis of factors influencing slope stability under heavy rainfall S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi In order to study the influence of heavy rainfall on slope stability, select four influencing factors such as average annual rainfall q, soil permeability coefficient anisotropy kr, water table height hw, and suction friction angle φb as variables, and use gray relation analysis to conduct sensitivity analysis on the influencing factors of slope stability under the effect of heavy rainfall, and then analyze the influence of each influencing factor on pore water pressure (PWP) and safety factor (Fs) of slope under heavy rainfall. During the rainfall process, the PWP growth rate at the top of the slope is faster than that at the bottom of the slope; for the same monitoring point at the bottom of the slope, the larger q and kr, the smaller hw, the faster it reaches saturation. The Fs of the slope is inversely related to q and positively related to hw and φb, Fs will decrease when kr increases or decreases. 12/2/2022 3:21:00 PM Researchers, Industries, students and community
Study on Influence of Fly Ash Properties on the Preparation of High Strength Concrete S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi A thermal power plant is a powerhouse in which prime mover is steam, which produces fly ash as waste product. In coal-based power plant the huge quantity of fly ash produced, sometimes being as much as 30 - 35 % of total coal burnt in a day with approximately 80% produced fly ash used in cement production, brick manufacturing, backfilling, cement replacement in concrete etc. At present, there is a lot of problems in disposal of fly ash in power plants, so it is very essential for us to make efficient consumption in available fields like cement production, concrete manufacturing etc, also to tackle the space constraint problem for disposal. In the present study, we have concentrated towards the application of fly ash in high strength concrete by replacing cement and found good results by the use/interpretation of silica fume. As compressive strength and flexural strength values has been analyzed after mixing of Fly Ash and silica fume in place of cement. Also, the durability of concrete has been analyzed by detail analysis of corrosion resistivity and evaluated the results of corrosion rate in concrete after mixing of Fly ash in the given mix design 2/28/2022 2:15:00 PM Researchers, Students, Industries and Community
Design day for PMP program S&M Lab CE Seminar Students Hassan Mehboob Student showed their project outcomes in terms of products. 12/14/2021 12:00:00 PM
1st international conference on Smart Innovation in Science and Engineering S&M Lab CE Conference Hassan Mehboob Dhofar University Finite element analysis of partially biodegradable TI-PGA composite implants assembled with bone fractures. 4/7/2021 12:00:00 PM
Putative MechanobiologIcal Impact of Surface Texture on Cell Activity around Soft Tissue Implants Undergoing Micromotion S&M Lab CE Community Service Reviewed research papers Journal of Biomechanics and modelling in mechanobiology Putative MechanobiologIcal Impact of Surface Texture on Cell Activity around Soft Tissue Implants Undergoing Micromotion 12/6/2021 12:00:00 PM
ICSDI Conference S&M Lab CE Conference Researchers PSU ICSDI Conference 2/19/2022 7:00:00 PM
Markforged seminar on 3D printing S&M Lab CE Seminar Markforged Markforged Markforged seminar on 3D printing 3/26/2021 12:00:00 PM
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABILITY: DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIONS (ICSDI 2022) S&M Lab CE Conference Dr Musa Adamu College of Engineering, Prince Sultan University ICSDI 2022 is the most dynamic, informative, inspirational, and innovative event organized by the Engineering College of Prince Sultan University (Riyadh, KSA). The 2022 conference focused on the State of the Art and Practice in different sustainable development goals (SDG's), as one of the promising and trending Engineering disciplines, this field is still changing rapidly. Along with the diversity of presentations on challenging projects and research, ICSDI 2022 featured multiple invited speakers on selected topics. The conference included a wide-range of knowledge-enhancing technical and panel sessions, short courses, and workshops 2/20/2022 9:00:00 AM Researchers, practitioners, students, and contractors from around the globe.
Effect of Sulphonated Naphthalene Formaldehyde (SNF) superplasticizer on the mechanical and durability properties of concrete produced using locally sourced fine aggregate from Ghana S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi The use of superplasticizers is very uncommon in many developing countries. However, its inclusion in concrete is known to enhance the mechanical and durability properties of concrete. There is a yawning gap in terms of literature on the performance of Sodium Naphthalene Formaldehyde (SNF) superplasticizers in concrete, especially in the sub-Saharan construction industry where the quality of aggregates used in production is questionable. In this study, two batches of concrete produced with locally sourced pit sand, with characteristic strength of 30 MPa were produced. One batch was without the SNF superplasticizer to serve as a control, whereas the other batch was made with the incorporation of the superplasticizer. The fresh properties in terms of slump and air content and the hardened properties in terms of compressive and flexural strength, elastic and dynamic moduli were investigated. Further, durability indicators comprising of sorption, water absorption, sorptivity, chloride penetration, electrical surface resistivity, and acid attack were investigated. The results from the study indicated that the inclusion of SNFs improves workability and restricts the movement of ions in concrete due to lesser interconnected pores. Moreover, concrete containing SNF superplasticizers protects the overall concrete much better from acid attack than those without SNF superplasticizers 3/1/2022 4:31:00 PM Researchers, students and Industries
RIOTU Lab Booth RIOTU Lab CCIS PSU Exhibition RIOTU Lab CDMA - 3/2/2022 8:30:00 AM
Study on the Lateral Torsional Buckling of Composite Thin-Walled Beam S&M Lab CE Conference Dr. Abdul Aabid Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Brunei Aircraft structures are made of thin-walled structures as it provides higher strength to weight ratio compared to solid sections. Thin-walled structures provides greater strength but it is prone to buckling due to its low stiffness and slenderness of the individual element. One of the types of buckling that can impact the integrity of a thin-walled beam is lateral torsional buckling which is caused by simultaneous lateral bending and twisting of the cross sections and it happens before the beam's material strength is reached. Therefore the design of such thin-walled structure should ensure that the applied load on a structure does not surpass the critical buckling load. Moreover, modern aircraft structures are made of laminated composites to achieve higher specific stiffness and specific strength. Thus in this work, an analysis on the lateral torsional buckling of composite thin-walled beam is performed to evaluate the critical buckling load of an cantilever beam. ANSYS is used to find the critical buckling load of a composite thin-walled beam and the results obtained from numerical method are compared with previous analytical studies. Finally parametric study is conducted for different layup stacking sequence and dimensions of the beam to find the best layup for to achieve the highest critical buckling load. 12/11/2021 5:00:00 AM Student, Researcher and Staff
Smart and Sustainable Developments in Materials, Manufacturing and Energy Engineering (SME-2021) S&M Lab CE Session Chair Students, Researchers and Faculty member NMAM Institute of Technology Smart and Sustainable developments in Materials, Manufacturing and Energy Engineering, which is focused on research and emphasizes the latest technological innovations. It showcases the commitment of NMAMIT in bringing together various disciplines, converge and amalgamate various new ideas, fields and technologies. The focus of the conference is to open a new paradigm to deliberate on eco-friendly and robust design use of materials with less environmental impact, use of fewer materials, optimal utilization of resources during manufacturing processes with zero defects. Also, produce less pollution, waste, reuse and recycle of materials. The emphasis is on application of Artificial Intelligence to enhance the productivity, safety and better management of the systems and processes. 11/19/2021 8:00:00 AM Students, Researchers and Faculty member
Fluid Dynamics and Material Science Publication S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Abdul Aabid FDMP-Tech Science Press The Journal is intended to cover some "frontier" aspects of materials science and, in particular, the most modern and advanced processes for the production of inorganic (semiconductors and metal alloys), organic (protein crystals) materials and "living" (in vitro) biological tissues, with emphasis on the fluid-dynamic conditions under which they are operated. The Journal focuses on the final properties of these materials as well as on fluid-mechanical aspects pertaining to the technological processes used to grow them. Some attention is devoted as well to all those problems of “structure/fluid” interaction that have extensive background applications in important fields such as marine, aeronautical and aerospace engineering. 2/22/2021 10:00:00 AM Authors and Editorial Board Members
Fluid Dynamics and Material Science Publication S&M Lab CE Journal Special Issue Dr. Abdul Aabid FDMP-Tech Science Press In academia and industry, research on thermal management systems and energy usage that are more efficient and cost-effective isn't expanding as fast as it should. Due to the fact that energy and thermal management are closely connected, this Special Issue combines the two topics into one publication. A specific emphasis is placed on the function of different forms of controls, notably dynamics controls, in increasing the thermal processes and fluid flow conditions in high-speed and aerospace vehicles, etc. Thermal management systems are studied using numeric simulation approaches and experimental research. Energy use and the environment are included in the scope of this Special Issue. In these domains, the application of alternative modelling approaches utilizing machine learning techniques is relatively new and expanding rapidly, and so comes within the scope of this Special Issue. 9/24/2020 10:00:00 AM Authors and Editorial Board Members
Journal of Modern Mechanical Engineering and Technology S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Abdul Aabid JMME-Zeal Press Journal of Modern Mechanical Engineering and Technology is a refereed journal dedicated to the publication of high-quality papers providing the latest and outstanding information in all areas of Mechanical Engineering. It provides the authoritative settings for researchers and scholars worldwide to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of Mechanical Engineering. 1/1/2021 10:00:00 AM Authors and Editorial Board Members
Design of Experiments for Engineering Research Projects: Methods and Advantages S&M Lab CE Talk Dr. Abdul Aabid Matrix Infoscience Technologies Over the last decade data optimization techniques become a cost efficient methods on problem solving approach. Hence, this presentation help student and new beginners in research and save cost on projects. 12/30/2021 10:00:00 AM Students, Researchers and Staff
How to defend thesis via online S&M Lab CE Talk Dr. Abdul Aabid International Islamic University Malaysia After pandemic most of viva-voce organizing by online platform and this presentation will help to research student on attending online viva-voce exam. 12/7/2021 3:00:00 PM Graduate, Master and PhD Student
Abdul Aabid AD Scientific Index 2022 Prince Sultan University S&M Lab CE Online Ranking for Scientist Dr. Abdul Aabid AD Ranking for Scientist The AD Scientific Index (Alper-Doger Scientific Index), unlike other systems that provide evaluations of journals and universities, is a ranking and analysis system based on the scientific performance and the added value of the scientific productivity of individual scientists. Furthermore, it provides rankings of institutions based on the scientific characteristics of affiliated scientists. 7/3/2022 10:00:00 AM Students, Researchers and Faculty member
WORKSHOP ON MATLAB SCRIPT AND SIMULINK REL Lab CE Organizing a Workshop Dr Sagar Mahajan Bhaskar, Dr Majeed Esmail, Eng. Sivakumar Selvam Dr Sagar Mahajan Bhaskar, Eng Sivakumar Selvam The certified three-day workshop was conducted by the EE-Tech Student Club, College of Engineering, in coordination with the Renewable Energy Lab to benefit the students to grab knowledge in MATLAB and Simulink. A total of nine students registered and attended this workshop, and all the students were successfully trained by Dr Maged Esmail, Dr Mahajan Sagar Bhaskar, and Engr. Sivakumar Selvam. On the first day of the workshop, the topic "Introduction of MATLAB, Desktop Overview, MATLAB Commands, Matrices, Arrays, Saving and Importing Data, M-file Script, and User Functions, Data Visualization, MATLAB Help, if statements and loops, Projects" are covered with hands-on practice. On the second day of the workshop, "Introduction to Simulink, Simulink libraries, SimPowerSystems tools, circuit simulation, and analysis of circuits" were discussed, and students were instructed to handle the MATLAB Simulink platform. The third day started with the introduction to Arduino and digital controllers. The hardware support package in MATLAB Simulink, installation, and configuration of hardware design in the Simulink environment, C - code generation, demonstration in interfacing Arduino microcontroller and programming from MATLAB, live code execution and tuning, additional demos on Arduino and peripherals were discussed with hands-on practice. On the same day, students were given a brief introduction to the application of MATLAB in a real-time application in the Power Electronics Domain. The knowledge gained in this training will help the students while working on academic or industrial projects, internships in companies, and careers after graduation. 1/30/2022 4:00:00 PM PSU Students
HANDS-ON TRAINING ON HANDLING BASIC / ADVANCED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS REL Lab CE Organizing a Workshop Dr Sagar Mahajan Bhaskar, Eng Sivakumar Selvam Dr Sagar Mahajan Bhaskar, Eng Sivakumar Selvam This workshop is conducted by the Renewable Energy Lab in coordination with EE-Tech Student Club for the benefits of the students to grab knowledge in handling the basic electrical equipment. In this workshop, basic equipment such as Regulated power supply, digital multimeters, LCR meters, function generators, Digital storage oscilloscope, introduction to advanced research equipment like Solar PV simulators, DC electronic load simulator, AC/DC programmable load along with the hands-on practice. The knowledge gained in this workshop will helps the students while working in any academic or industrial projects, internship in companies and their career after graduation. 11/1/2021 4:00:00 PM PSU Students
Role of Battery energy storage systems in energy transition from fossil fuels to renewables REL Lab CE Invited Speaker Eng. S Selvakumar Dr Umashankar Subramaniam, Dr Sagar Mahajan Bhaskar, Dr Dhafer Almakhles, Eng Sivakumar Selvam Power System is in transition from fossil fuel to renewables for environmental and economic reasons. This Transition results in many challenges to power system design and operation. Frequency regulation, Voltage regulation, Generator ramp up / down requirements, Fault withstand capability, Rigidness of the grid, Protection are few key impacts. There are many Renew alone projects are aimed across the world and in such cases the intensity challenges is extremely high. Energy Storage is the best possible option to resolve the issues and selecting the right type of energy storage is the key. Though they are many energy storage options available Battery energy storage system looks technically feasible and commercially viable at this stage. The session address the key challenges along with solution by from Battery Energy Storage. Session also brings out few real time case study outcome and highlight the simulation requirements at the early stage of the projects to choose the optimal sizing and configuration of BESS. 3/3/2022 4:30:00 PM Students, Academicians, Researchers, Industrial experts and Engineering practitioners
DIY Solar Car Project - Part 1 REL Lab CE Organizing a Workshop Eng Sivakumar Selvam Eng. Tae Yi, Eng Omar Ahmed Students Solar Car design project using Arduino 3/7/2022 4:30:00 PM PSU Students
Digital Filmmaking Training / On-demand Bootcamp LDSHRG Group CH Community Service A series of Workshops: Dr. Orchida Fayez, Ms. Amany AlKhayat (group member), Ms. Yumna Abu Daqqa (Alumni Member) Dr. Orchida Fayez The Digital Filmmaking On-Demand Bootcamp is a series of workshops to introduce filmmaking technologies and techniques to both PSU campuses and the public to enhance PSU contribution to vision 2030 and SDGs. 1. Enhancing technological skills of Transmedia production, Virtual Reality (VR) & Extended Reality (XR), Moviemaking, Diversity and Inclusion for audience engagement, and animation skills. 2. The topics specified follow the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs as the topics specified are The Environment, Diversity, and Technology. 2/9/2022 6:00:00 PM PSU community (both campuses) & the public
ICSDI 2022 review committee member S&M Lab CE ICSDI 2022 review committee member Prince Sultan University College of Engineering, Prince Sultan University The 2022 conference focusing on the State of the Art and Practice in different sustainable development goals. Join researchers, practitioners, students, and contractors from around the globe. As one of the promising and trending Engineering disciplines, this field is still changing rapidly. Come hear the latest and network with the leaders of our profession, and meet the decision-makers. 2/19/2022 10:00:00 AM Staff, researchers and students
International Webinar on Recent developments in High Voltage transmission and capabilities of GCC Electrical Testing Laboratory REL Lab CE Invited Speaker Dr.Vasudev Nagaraju Dr.Umashankar Subramaniam, Dr.Sagar Bhaskar Mahajan, Dr.Dhafer Almakhles, Er.Sivakumar Selvam GCC Electrical Testing Laboratory will be a world class Electrical Product Testing and Services Hub in the GCC and MENA region, Independent authority for testing and certificating High-Voltage, Medium-Voltage and Low-Voltage electrical equipment, Act as a third party for failure investigations and arbitration, provide Low Voltage calibration services for electrical equipment and testing tools and certification courses for engineers and technicians. 3/29/2022 4:30:00 PM Students, Academicians, Researchers, Practising Engineers, and Technicians.
Metadiscourse ALLAB Lab CH Webinar Dr. Sharif Alghazo & Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Dr. Dina El-Dakhs not applicable 2/7/2022 8:00:00 PM Public
Technology and Language Teaching ALLAB Lab CH Webinar Dr. Reham ElShazly & Dr. Ryan Hatcher Dr. Dina El-Dakhs not applicable 2/21/2022 8:00:00 PM Public
Psycholinguistic Studies ALLAB Lab CH Webinar Prof. Mohammed Mohsen & Dr. Ana Pellicer-Sanchez Dr. Dina El-Dakhs not applicable 3/7/2022 8:00:00 PM Public
The Third News Story Competition ALLAB Lab CH Student Activity undergraduate students Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Not Applicable 3/22/2022 3:00:00 PM PSU Students
Intercultural Communication Program Students of PSU and Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign ALLAB Lab CH Students Activity Undergrad students Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Not Applicable 10/27/2021 7:00:00 PM PSU Students
WiDS ALLAB Lab CH WiDS Ms. Jawaher Alhaqbani & Ms. Afrah Alenzi Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Not Applicable 3/28/2022 10:00:00 AM Public
Language Learning and Teaching ALLAB Lab CH webinar Dr. Samar Almossa & Dr. Norah Almusharraf Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Not Applicable 2/1/2021 8:00:00 PM Public
Vocabulary Studies ALLAB Lab CH Webinar Dr. Ahmed Masrai & Dr. Suhad Sonbul Dr. Dina El-Dakhs not applicable 3/1/2021 8:00:00 PM public
Discourse Studies ALLAB Lab CH Webinar Dr. Mona Bani Alkahtani & Dr. Iman Mahfouz Dr. Dina El-Dakhs not applicable 4/5/2021 8:00:00 PM Public
Doing Research with Eye-tracking ALLAB Lab CH PSU Exhibition Mr. Kurt Debono, SR Research, Sussex, UK Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 1/25/2021 5:00:00 PM Public
Conversation English (pre-intermediate + upper-intermediate) ALLAB Lab CH Training Ms. Sofia Adan + Ms. Somaya Bibi Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 2/7/2021 5:00:00 PM Public
Effective Thesis Writing ALLAB Lab CH Training Dr. Norah Almusharraf Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 3/8/2021 6:00:00 PM Public
IELTS Exam Preparation ALLAB Lab CH Training Ms. Fawzia Goni, Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 3/7/2021 6:00:00 PM Public
Technology-Enhanced Language Learning and Teaching ALLAB Lab CH Training Ms. Hanaa Khamis Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 3/7/2021 7:00:00 PM Public
Virtual Instruction – Making a Real Impact in the Digital Classroom ALLAB Lab CH Community Service Ms. Amira Mohsen Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 2/15/2021 8:00:00 PM Public
Online Fun with Grammar ALLAB Lab CH Community Service Ms. Fatima Ambreen Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 3/15/2021 8:00:00 PM Public
TEFL Training Sessions to the English Language Institute at Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University ALLAB Lab CH Community Service Dr. Dina El-Dakhs & Dr. Suhad Sonbul Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 3/18/2021 9:00:00 AM Public
Language Assessment Redefined: From Frustration to Triumph ALLAB Lab CH Community Service Ms. Maria Zaheer Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 4/4/2021 5:00:00 PM Public
Refresher Capsules for Effective English Language Teaching ALLAB Lab CH Community Service Dr. Alia Mitchell, Dr. Dina El-Dakhs, Dr. Norah Almusharraf, Dr. Safaa Eissa, Dr. Suhad Sonbul, Ms. Fatima Ambreen, Ms. Fawzia Goni & Ms. Sofia Adan Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 12/13/2021 9:00:00 AM Public
• Intercultural Communication Program with Durham University ALLAB Lab CH students Activity undergrad students Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 1/27/2021 8:00:00 PM
• Intercultural Communication Program with the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign ALLAB Lab CH students activity undergrad students Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 10/27/2021 8:00:00 PM
• The 2nd News Story Competition (Semester 202) ALLAB Lab CH student activity undergrad students Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 3/23/2021 3:00:00 PM
Top Tips to Improve your English Writing ALLAB Lab CH Invited Speaker Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 1/16/2021 8:00:00 AM
Choose a Major that Builds you Career ALLAB Lab CH Invited Speaker Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 1/16/2021 9:00:00 AM
Getting English learners ready for successful career prospects ALLAB Lab CH Invited Speaker Dr. Dina El-Dakhs Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NA 4/17/2021 9:00:00 AM
Integrating Transmedia Storytelling and Virtual Reality to create an Immersive Learning Experience LDSHRG Group CH Conference Dr. Orchida Fayez iLearn2022 Immersive Network Conference Vienna, Austria (in person) and online in iLRN's Virtual Campus powered by Virbela DISRUPTION, INNOVATION & RESILIENCY: becoming an inclusive & robust global community for immersive learning Educational Technology • Pedagogy x Computer Science • Serious Games • 3D Collaboration • Digital Twins • Embodied Pedagogical Agents • Medical & Healthcare Education • Workforce & Industry • Cultural Heritage • Language Learning • K-12 STEM • Museums & Libraries • Informal Learning • Community & Civic Engagement • Special Education • Geosciences • Data Visualization and Analytics • Assessment & Evaluation 3/5/2022 8:00:00 AM Immersive Learning Network Community, iLRN2022 conference, Vienna
DHSI 2022: Open Digital Collaborative Project Preservation in the Humanities LDSHRG Group CH Conference Dr. Orchida Fayez DHSI2022 - Victoria University, Victoria, Canada Presentation: Orchida Fayez (Prince Sultan University) @drorchida “Memes: Digital-born repositories of human expression” Memes offer rich material reflecting the dynamics of the collective and personalized human expression on the internet. For researchers, it is a rich documentation of data, both qualitative and quanitative. However, memes are digital-born and are subject to the same fragile attributes shared by digital creations that do not have a reflection in the physical world. Spaces, where memes thrive, are governed by a crucial factor for their sustainability: audience interaction. Memes can go viral with certain trends, then either evolve with new reflections or disappear altogether. Coming from a place where physical archives and repositories are safely preserved in the physical sense, a digital realm that is flexible, chaotic, and fragile becomes a challenge for researchers. The presentation proposes acknowledging the unique nature of the digital world that is better conceptualized within deconstructionist interpretations of Derrida’s Trace and Foucault’s rebellion. Moreover, it frames human/technology interaction that is both hermeneutic and embodied, from Don Ihde’s post phenomenological analysis. The result yields a research perspective that frames memes as collaborative representations of cultural human expression that draw upon both the collective and the personalized. 6/7/2022 7:30:00 PM DHSI conference attendees
AI & Cloud Event RIOTU Lab CCIS Conference Prince Sultan University Robotics & Internet of Things Lab This event accumulates all AI companies, and universities together and share their products and solutions to the market. 5/22/2022 10:00:00 AM
Smarttech The second International conference of smart systems and emerging technologies. RIOTU Lab CCIS Conference Prince Sultan University Robotics & Internet of Things Lab Smarttech The second International conference of smart systems and emerging technologies. 5/8/2022 9:00:00 AM RIOTU Lab Members
AI & Cloud RIOTU Lab CCIS Conference Prince Sultan University Robotics & Internet of Things Lab Prof.Anis koubaa gave a presentation on the latest AI solutions and emerging technologies. And won a Leadership AI Award. 5/23/2022 2:30:00 PM RIOTU Lab Members
Recent Developments in Inductive Machine Learning and its Applications ASSCL CCIS Seminar Prof. Mehmet Sabih Aksoy Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar and Prof. Mohamed Tounsi Inductive Learning, also known as Concept Learning, is how A.I. systems attempt to use a generalized rule to carry out observations. Inductive Learning are used to generate a set of classification rules. These generated rules are in the "If this, then that" format. These rules determine the state of an entity at each iteration step in Learning and how the Learning can be effectively changed by adding more rules to the existing ruleset. When the output and examples of the function are fed into the A.I. system, inductive Learning attempts to learn the function for new data. 3/27/2022 2:03:00 PM Students, researchers and faculty members
ICSDI 2022 SA Lab CAD PSU Exhibition DR FIORELLA VANINI Dr. Abdulhakim AlMajid https://www.icsdi22.org/ 2/19/2022 9:00:00 AM COMMUNITY
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/19/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/8/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/9/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/10/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/11/2022 4:00:00 PM
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/12/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/15/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
Global Innovators for Culture Talk @MFR22 SA Lab CAD Talk DR FIORELLA VANINI, YOSRA MESKINAR RICCARDO PANUNZIO, Lazio Innova S.p.A. Global Innovators for Smart Sustainable Culture, meet to involve international Smart Communities. The talks aim at supporting innovations in the use of sustainable strategies and the promotion of cultural heritage. 10/7/2022 11:30:00 AM community
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/16/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/17/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
REVIT ESSENTIAL 1 SA Lab CAD Training MS ESRA ALTWASSI DR FIORELLA VANINI This course is designed for Prince Sultan university students and faculty members who have no prior Revit experience and want to learn the basics. The certified Instructor, Esraa Altwassi, begins by introducing the software environment & the core concepts of the Revit element hierarchy. She demonstrates how to set up a project standard such as units, levels, and dimensions that will set up your first project. Then Esraa will show you how to build the project model by adding walls, doors, windows, floors, stairs, railing & ceilings; in addition to creating groups; linking to DWG files. She also demonstrates advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, like stacked or curtain walls. Also, you will learn how to model the project site from scratch by importing a CAD file or through Revit Toposurface tool. Finally, Esraa will take you through the most leading technique in rendering & top productivity workflow by introducing the cloud rendering. 5/18/2022 4:00:00 PM FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENTS
INTERNAL MEETING SA Lab CAD Internal Meeting DR FIORELLA VANINI DR FIORELLA VANINI STUDENT COMPETITION 9/25/2022 10:00:00 AM lab members
LAB ACTION PLAN SA Lab CAD Internal Meeting DR FIORELLA VANINI DR FIORELLA VANINI LAB ACTION PLAN 8/31/2022 10:00:00 AM lab members
Closing COVID19 Research Project | COVID19-CE-2020-46 SA Lab CAD Internal Meeting Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Closing COVID19 Research Project | COVID19-CE-2020-46 7/17/2022 9:00:00 AM LAB MEMBERS
PARTNERSHIP SA Lab CAD Meeting DR FIORELLA VANINI MR ROBERTO REY - PROGER, ART RIYADH PARTNERSHIP 9/1/2022 10:00:00 AM lab leader and partners
CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION SA Lab CAD Meeting Cardelli Caterina Cardelli Caterina CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION 10/27/2022 10:00:00 AM lab members and Italian Embassy representatives
ADDING LAB MEMBER SA Lab CAD Internal Meeting DR FIORELLA DR FIORELLA ADDING LAB MEMBER 9/18/2022 10:00:00 AM lab members
Actuarial Science Forum TAS Lab CHS Symposium TAS Lab members TAS Lab Various talks about the actuarial mathematics and its important 5/11/2022 9:00:00 AM Various
1st Annual Research Forum TAS Lab CHS Symposium All TAS members TAS and EWE Labs Different abstracts were given in the forum be TAS and EWE members. 3/24/2022 9:00:00 AM PSU Faculties
Numerical solutions to some families of fractional order differential equations by laguerre polynomials TAS Lab CHS Seminar Dr. Kamal Shah TAS Lab Dr. Shah presented a numerical method based on Laguerre Polynomials. he completed numerical solution to some classes of fractional order. 10/5/2022 12:00:00 PM PSU Faculty
Investigation of University Students' Self-Esteem and Depression levels during online Education due to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Saudi Arabia TAS Lab CHS Seminar Dr. Fatima Azami TAS Lab Investigation of University Students' Self-Esteem and Depression levels during online Education due to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Saudi Arabia 9/14/2022 12:00:00 PM PSu Faculty
14th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies S&M Lab CE Conference Prof. Yasser Mansour IATED There is a trend in the world seeking program accreditation to assure achieving high-quality standards and achieving the objectives and goals of the program that were set before offering the program to students. The objective of this proposal is to present an assessment tool to assess the readiness of academic programs to go through academic program accreditation. This assessment tool is generic and can be used by program leaders or a reviewer to assess any academic program in any country. In order to cover different aspects of the program, six standards are considered. These standards are mission and goals, program management quality assurance, teaching and learning, students, teaching staff, learning resources, facilities, and equipment. Each standard is to be assessed according to specific criteria. There is a rubric to clearly determine which category defines the practice. Based on the score of the academic program in each practice in substandard/standard, recommendations are presented to enhance the quality of this standard/substandard. Also, evidence is suggested for program leaders to look for or to develop in order to support the quality enhancement. Finally, relevant KPIs are suggested to monitor the program progress in each standard/substandard. 7/4/2022
Special Issue "Construction Materials and Artificial Intelligence" S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Prof. Yasser Mansour MDPI Dear Colleagues, Concrete is the most widely used building material in construction industries. It is characterized by high strength and good durability. In contrast, normal concrete exhibits poor deformability and low compression toughness, which affects its ability to withstand dynamic loads. These deficiencies limit the application of concrete in various civil engineering structures that endure dynamic loads, such as mechanical platforms and airport pavements. In order to overcome these drawbacks, various admixtures/additives, such as nanomaterials (nanosilica, silica fumes, carbon nanotubes, etc.) crumb rubber, natural and synthetic fibers, and polymer materials, which include polyurethane, epoxy resin polyethylene, etc., have been incorporated into concrete to modify its properties. Moreover, the properties of concrete, such as its mechanical properties, dynamic-load-bearing capabilities, and durability, are improved as a result of these admixtures. However, economical and efficient techniques are required to comprehensively evaluate concrete performance due to the variety in the compositions. Therefore, using artificial intelligent (AI) through the application of soft computing/classical models such as artificial neural network (ANNs), support vector machines (SVMs), multilinear regression (MLR), Adaptive Neuro-fuzzy Inference Systems (ANFISs), Extreme Learning Machines (ELMs), Gaussian regression processes (GPRs), and ensemble models, including Random Forest, XGBoost, etc., are employed. Dr. Han Zhu Dr. Yasser E. Ibrahim 6/20/2023
Special Issue "Sustainable Materials for Construction and Building" S&M Lab CE Journal Special Issue Dr Musa Adamu & Prof Yasser E. Ibrahim Applied Sciences Journal The world is now focusing on moving towards a sustainable environment. To achieve a sustainable environment, there is need to utilize sustainable materials. In the construction industry, the development of sustainable materials is still a major challenge even though several measures have been introduced so as to reduce the CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions associated with cement and concrete production. This is because cement is the most environmentally unfriendly and expensive constituent material, with its production process amounting to about 10% of the global CO2 emissions. This led to the use of different materials which have both pozzolanic and or cementitious properties as cement replacement materials in cementitious composites such as concrete and mortar. Additionally, to develop sustainable construction and building materials, various admixtures/additives such as nanomaterials (nanosilica, graphene materials, carbon nanotubes, etc.), recycled aggregate, manufactured aggregates, fibers, plastic wastes and crumb rubber, etc., can be added to the concrete or mortar. This will enhance the mechanical and durability performance of the concrete and also preserve natural resources, which is one of the keys to sustainability. Additionally, new binder materials such as alkali-activated materials, limestone calcined clay cement (LC3), and calcium sulfoaluminate will be good alternatives to cement in construction materials. This Special Issue is aimed at developing and sharing new trends in the production of sustainable construction and building materials utilizing different additives/admixtures. The Special Issue will focus on the development of sustainable concrete, mortar and bricks/blocks for use in building and construction. Potential topics include but are not limited to: Supplementary cementitious materials in concrete and mortar Geopolymer concrete and mortar Recycled aggregate concrete Concrete utilizing crumb rubber/plastic waste aggregates Alkali-activated materials Nanomaterials/Graphene nanomaterials in concrete LC3 concrete and mortar calcium sulfoaluminate concrete and mortar 11/22/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industry, Students
Editor S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Abdul Aabid Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing _ Tech Science Press (USA) Editorial Board of Journal 1/2/2021 Researcher
Possible Ways of Collaboration S&M Lab CE Meeting Prof. Yasser Mansour Day Zero Water Mission of the organization: It is to be an accelerator of human progress through sharing knowledge and providing tailored and innovative solutions to entities that lack clean and drinkable water. Vision of the organization: A world where no person dies or suffers due to the lack of safe and drinkable water. 12/7/2022
Tree Plantation S&M Lab CE Community Service Musa Adamu The Community Service and Continuing Education Center-Prince Sultan University The event Involved planting trees in a newly established recreation park (AlMugharizat 4.). The event was organized by the Community Service and Continuing Education Center-Prince Sultan University, under the leadership of The Director Ms. Muneera AlDhubaiban, and Supervision of Ms. Rana Feda. The event began at 10 am and lasted for about 3 hours. Certificates of participation were issued tp Faculty Members 10/22/2022 10:00:00 AM Faculty Members from PSU, General Public
Synthetic and Natural Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites for Advanced Applications S&M Lab CE Journal Special Issue Dr. Tabrej Khan MDPI Currently, fibre reinforced polymer composites have advanced as a promising material for new structural products development in various sectors such as automotive, civil and construction, medical and health sciences, aerospace and naval. The technological advancements of this polymer composites has been progressed by researchers throughout the world. The research activities as such characterization, design development, computational analysis and prototype development are carried out to progress this exciting material in order to support the ever-increasing rate to meet fast-growing global demands. This special issue narrowed on the recent developments and advances in polymer composites covering the structural applications for all related fields of researches. The proposed special issue is intended for both engineers and scientists involved in material research specifically in structural sectors, which main interest is the broadly understood sustainable development. Considering the great importance of this fascinating area of research, the goal of this Special Issue is to present a selection of reference papers, reviews, or communications representing the latest results in the field of fibre reinforced polymer composites, which will enrich current and future literature data. Aiming to explore these ideas, this special issues will focused the new dimensions in development and improving the properties of fibre reinforced polymer composites and their potential structural applications. Original research and review articles are welcome. Potential topics include but are not limited to the following: Synthetic and natural fibres reinforcements Thermoplastic and thermoset polymers Synthetic and bio-based polymer matrices Additive manufacturing technology Treatments and modifications of polymer composites Manufacturing process of polymer composites Conceptual design, material selection and product development of fiber reinforced polymer composites Destructive and non-destructive analyses Life cycle analysis of fiber reinforced polymer composites products. 8/15/2022 10:00:00 AM
Advanced Composite Materials for Structural Maintenance, Repair, and Control S&M Lab CE Journal Special Issue Dr. Abdul Aabid Materials MDPI This Special Issue aims to present the positive expectations concerning the bonded composite repair of damaged structures, but also to highlight the negative effects brought on by their incorrect or ineffective usage, hoping to offer knowledge and proof in favor of future structural uses that will be effective. Researchers from both academic and industry settings are encouraged to report the outcomes of their experiences, lessons they've learned, and predictions for this field's future advancements. 2/12/2022 Researcher
THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE AND CONSTRUCTION S&M Lab CE Conference Prof. Yasser Mansour Qatar University, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal), the Ministry of Municipality, and the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change of Qatar A member of the scientific committee The aim of the conference is to provide a platform to report and discuss the recent advances and developments in infrastructure and construction besides urban planning and design for society's wellbeing. Furthermore, the conference will provide a forum to discuss challenges and developments associated with the Environment and Climate Change. 2/5/2023
How to defend thesis using proper content and presentation presentation S&M Lab CE Seminar Dr. Abdul Aabid Post graduate student Association (PGSA), Kulliyyah of Engineering, International Islamic University Malaysia The objectives of the Webinar are; a) To facilitate postgraduate students for defending a Thesis proposal. b) Introducing the students to techniques and terminologies used in a thesis proposal. 12/12/2022 Students and Researchers
3rd international conference on Smart and Sustainable Developments in Materials, Manufacturing and Energy Engineering (SME-2021) S&M Lab CE Conference Dr. Abdul Aabid NMAM Institute of Technology, India International conference on Smart and Sustainable Developments in Materials, Manufacturing and Energy Engineering 2/11/2021 Researcher and Students
Reviewer S&M Lab CE Elsevier Journals Reviewer Dr. Musa Adamu Elsevier I have Reviewed the following for Elsevier Journals 1) Construction and Building Materials, Q1, 7.693 Impact Factor (43 Reviews till December 2022) 2) Cement & Concrete Composites, Q1, 9.93 Impact Factor (4 Reviews till June 2022) 3) Case Studies in Construction Materials, Q1, 4.934 Impact Factor (17 Reviews Till December 2022) 4) Waste Management, Q1, 8.816 Impact Factor (2 Reviews) 5) Ain Shams Engineering Journal, Q1, 4.79 Impact Factor (11 Reviews till April 2022) 6) Powder Technology, Q1, 5.64 Impact Factor (4 Reviews till March 2022) 7) Developments in the Built Environments, Q1, 5.563 Impact Factor (2 Reviews in December 2022) 8) Chemosphere, Q1, 8.943 Impact Factor (1 Review in May 2022) 12/31/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Faculty, Students, Industry and Public
7th Undergraduate Research Forum S&M Lab CE Moderator and Reviewer PSU students RIC PSU Research Forum 4/12/2022
Publication and Review Committee Member (ISCDI 2022) S&M Lab CE Conference Dr. Musa Adamu INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABILITY: DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIONS (ICSDI 2022) ICSDI 2022 is the most dynamic, informative, inspirational, and innovative event organized by the Engineering College of Prince Sultan University (Riyadh, KSA). The 2022 conference focused on the State of the Art and Practice in different sustainable development goals (SDG's), as one of the promising and trending Engineering disciplines, this field is still changing rapidly. Along with the diversity of presentations on challenging projects and research, ICSDI 2022 featured multiple invited speakers on selected topics. The conference included a wide-range of knowledge-enhancing technical and panel sessions, short courses, and workshops 3/1/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, practitioners, students, and contractors from around the globe.
Influence on concrete properties like strength and durability with environmental sustainibility when OPC is partially replaced with Fly Ash, Silica Fume and a combination of Fly Ash & Silica Fume S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi In recent days carbon foot print is one of the major concern globally & as per the available data, cement industries are alone producing more than 8% CO2 in the atmosphere. Thus so many research efforts are going on to reduce carbon foot print either by reducing the OPC cement consumption in concrete or by reducing CO2 from other industriies. In the present research work mostly the effort has been made to reduce the OPC from concrete by partial replacement of OPC with Fly Ash, Silica Fume and also combination of fly ash and silica fume at various proportions. Based on the research work it has been concluded that strength parameter of concrete like compressive strength & flexural strength has significantly improved with % of Fly ash 10 %-15 % and combination of 10% Fly ash with 5% Silica Fume and also combination of 15% Fly Ash & 10% Silica Fume. However on increasing the Silica Fume part beyond 10% adversely affecting the workability of concrete. On the other sides the durability of concrete with respect to RCPT, Sorptivity and Water permeability parameter of concrete are found significantly higher for concrete mix with a combination of Fly Ash and Silica fume as compared to concrete with only Fly Ash & normal OPC. Moreover by replacing OPC up to maximum 25% the global carbon foot print can also getting reduced by 25%. Keywords: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Concrete, Compressive Strength, Flexural Strength, ERT, RCPT, Durability of concrete. 10/21/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
Green Hybrid Composite in Engineering and Non-Engineering Applications S&M Lab CE Book Dr. Tabrej Khan Springer Nature Manufacturing green hybrid composites in engineering and non-engineering applications is one of the major advances in cellulosic materials and has become a topic of great interest over the last decade. Natural hybrid composites, biodegradable character, economy, high aspect ratio, low weight and sustainability are an impetus for this growing interest. There are currently no limits to the possible uses of natural hybrid composites. However, the main application of natural hybrid composites is its inclusion into polymer matrixes to produce composite with high mechanical characteristics. Given the growing number of scientific publications on natural hybrid composites and the tremendous advances in processing capabilities to make compounds based on natural hybrid composites, a book that summarizes and updates all of these innovations are ideal for researchers and students involved in manufacturing. Interest and use of natural hybrid composites in innovative materials. The basic objective of this book is to present the development and application of natural hybrid composites as reinforcement in compounds. This book is written by leading experts and aims to cover a wide range of properties and uses of natural hybrid composites, including the manufacture of natural hybrid composites from various biomass resources and the utility of natural hybrid composites as reinforcement of polymers. Great challenges for a successful scaling of production. The chapters will provide cutting-edge research on the use of natural hybrid composite reinforcements in polymer composites to achieve material properties and significant improvements in physical, mechanical, and thermal properties. The book provides an up-to-date overview of the most important innovations in the field of natural hybrid composites and provides reference materials for future research on natural hybrid composites, which are in high demand due to their sustainability, recyclability, and environmental friendliness. 7/23/2021 10:00:00 AM
Possibility of using waste tire rubber, bentonite with Silica fume as impermeable layer construction materials S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi To avoid the potential risks associated with all hazardous wastes, it is important that containment methods are intended to prevent the migration of liquid hazardous wastes or leaks containing hazardous components. Therefore, impermeable barriers are used to prevent contamination. In this study, geotechnical tests were performed on samples by mixing rubber and bentonite with silica fume at certain percentages. The purpose of the experimental studies is for usability evaluation of the applicability of silica fume, rubber and bentonite as impervious liner material application. Silica fume reduces the cracking of bentonite during drying. Uniform size of waste rubber is added to the mixtures prepared to absorb the dynamic effects that may come to the impermeable barrier layer. Several geotechnical tests were performed to examine the mixed rubber and bentonite with silica fumes. Looking at the results of the whole that mixed rubber and bentonite with silica fume yielded usable results and a blend for construction of a liner. 12/4/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, students and Community
Nanomaterials Technology - Synthesis, Properties and Applications S&M Lab CE Book Dr. Tabrej Khan Springer Nature This book covers smart natural hybrid composites materials and their applications in a variety of technical and non-engineering sectors, including aerospace and automobiles industries. While there are a number of books on smart natural hybrid composites materials, none of them are particularly compact in terms of readability and coverage of nearly all types of smart natural hybrid composites materials available and researched so far. One of the book's most outstanding characteristics is the presence of a section on the future of smart natural hybrid composites materials and current research, which serves as a significant resource for young generation scientists interested in conducting research in this field. 4/21/2022 8:00:00 AM
Consolidation Theory of Composite Layer in PVD - DMM Composite Foundation Based on Equivalent Annular Drain S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi The treatment technology of combined composite foundation of short PVD and long DMM has good application value in deep and soft soil, but there are few studies on its consolidation theory, and the research of consolidation theory has deficiencies such as assumptions that do not match with reality or over-simplified analysis. According to the characteristics of short PVD and long DMM composite foundation, on the basis of previous research results, this study provides the analytical model and solution of the consolidation theory of short PVD and long DMM composite foundation based on equivalent annular drain. Conclusions: (1) By introducing the principle of equivalent annular drain, adopting the modified flow equivalence assumption, and considering the disturbance effect, the consolidation theory of short PVD and long DMM composite layer is derived, and the analytical solution under arbitrary load is obtained.. With high calculation accuracy, the calculated consolidation degree matches well with the field monitoring; (2) The analysis results show that the calculated consolidation speed is slower than the existing solution, but it is more realistic for the effect of the conversion coefficient on the consolidation is considered. (3) It is more reasonable that the degree of consolidation calculated by the equivalent annular drain is closer to that calculated according to the equivalent method that is not conducive to drainage. 12/8/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
Role of High Performance Computing in Biomimetics S&M Lab CE Book Dr. Tabrej Khan Springer Nature This book will provide a comprehensive information to date about the use of high performance computing, distributed computing in biomimetics. One of the book's most notable feature is the inclusion of a section on the quantum computing and current research, and recently adopted CFD-2030 vision 6/11/2022 8:00:00 AM
The 2nd International Symposium on Educational Research (ERL2022) ERL Lab CHS Symposium The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The Global Transformation of Education and Learning Trends: Re-Evaluating Education in the Endemic World 10/8/2022 9:00:00 AM Male and female faculty members, researchers, admins, and students (from PSU and outside PSU)
Evaluating film and arts ERL Lab CHS Community Service Ms. Maha Aljasser The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The ERL under the auspices of the College of Humanities and Sciences (CHS) in collaboration with ENG101 (Intensive Writing) and Ms. Maha Aljasser hosted a movie viewing activity during November, 2022. 11/6/2022 2:00:00 PM ENG 101 - Section 701 (female students)
7th Undergraduate Research Forum SA Lab CAD supervisor Arch Students RIC PSU Research forum 12/4/2022 9:00:00 AM open to the community
earning and unlearning beyond the classroom: The need for Anthropologists of education ERL Lab CHS Seminar Dr. David Mills, University of Oxford, UK The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The 5th ERL Research Seminar (2022–2023) 9/7/2022 12:00:00 PM Faculty members, researchers, students, and admins (from inside and outside of PSU)
Bayesian method calibrating Multi-physics field parameters of hydro-thermo-salt-mechanics for saturated silty sand S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi Multi-physics field coupling theories can be used to simulate the dynamic artificial freezing process under complicated geological conditions, and describing the development of freezing temperature and freezing wall thickness. However, the physical-mechanical parameters of the soil have natural variability, if only uniformly parametric values are used, there is a large deviation between the predicted results and measurements. To this end, combined with laboratory test data and in-situ measurements, a stochastic mechanics based Bayesian method is employed to calibrate key physical-mechanical parameters, such as thermal conductivity, specific heat capacity, permeability coefficient and elastic modulus. Firstly, the coupled physical-mathematical equations of hydro-thermo-salt-mechanics are established based on Darcy's law, heat transfer in porous media, Fick's law and frost heave theory. Then, Markov Chain Monte-Carlo (MCMC) method is proposed. Finally, freezing silty sand is demonstrated of the connection aisle for Metro line 1 in Nantong, China. Key parameters are calibrated by the stochastic mechanics based Bayesian method, and evaluate the accuracies of posterior distributions. The commercial software COMSOL Multiphysics is utilized to predict the following temperature and displacement changes. The results show that the variability of key physical-mechanical parameters is reduced and the correlation is precise after the calibration. The numerical results are closer to the measurements, which can verify the effectiveness of the stochastic mechanics based Bayesian method. The calibrated physical-mechanical parameters can more truly reflect the mechanical properties of the soil, and can provide more accurate basic data for the design and construction of the artificial freezing method. 11/21/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
Globalization to Increase the Effectiveness of Higher Education ERL Lab CHS Seminar Dr. Walaa Metwally The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The 6th ERL Research Seminar (2022–2023) 11/21/2022 12:00:00 PM Faculty members, researchers, admins and students (from inside and outside of PSU)
Possibility of using waste tire rubber, bentonite with Silica fume as impermeable layer construction materials S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi To avoid the potential risks associated with all hazardous wastes, it is important that containment methods are intended to prevent the migration of liquid hazardous wastes or leaks containing hazardous components. Therefore, impermeable barriers are used to prevent contamination. In this study, geotechnical tests were performed on samples by mixing rubber and bentonite with silica fume at certain percentages. The purpose of the experimental studies is for usability evaluation of the applicability of silica fume, rubber and bentonite as impervious liner material application. Silica fume reduces the cracking of bentonite during drying. Uniform size of waste rubber is added to the mixtures prepared to absorb the dynamic effects that may come to the impermeable barrier layer. Several geotechnical tests were performed to examine the mixed rubber and bentonite with silica fumes. Looking at the results of the whole that mixed rubber and bentonite with silica fume yielded usable results and a blend for construction of a liner. 11/18/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
6 FRIENDLY CITY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SA Lab CAD SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE 6 FRIENDLY CITY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 6 FRIENDLY CITY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE international conference 9/8/2022 9:00:00 AM open to the public
Study on Influence of Fly Ash Properties with use of Silica Fume on the Preparation of Concrete S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi Fly ash is a waste product generated in coal based thermal power plant, wherein pulverized coal is burnt in furnace to produce steam to drive the turbine. In coal-based power plant the huge quantity of fly ash produced, sometimes being as much as 30 - 35 % of total coal burnt in a day. After introduction as a drive to make environment cleaner and sustainable, emphasis has been put by government to maximise consumption of thus produced fly ash in various appropriate fields viz. cement production, brick manufacturing, backfilling, cement replacement in concrete, etc, which has resulted in consumption of approximately 80% of the fly ash thus produced in coal- based thermal power plant across india. Still effort is needed to maximise usages of fly ash, which otherwise posing problems in its disposal owing to space constraint as well as threat to environment. In a drive to optimize the space utilization in India in commercial as well as industrial sector, high strength concrete is becoming the first choice for the designer/ architect, which offers slender sections of concrete. Thus, in order to explore the possibility to enhance the consumption of fly ash in the area, study was carried out on influence of fly ash along with usage of silica fume in characteristics of high strength concrete. Study indicates improvement in performance of concrete in terms of its compressive strength (by 12%), flexural strength (by 25%) and corrosion resistivity (by 10%) when fly ash and silica fume blended in optimum proportion (i.e. substitution of cement 20% by fly ash and 10% by silica fume). Keywords: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, concrete, compressive strength, flexural strength, corrosion resistivity. 3/27/2022 8:00:00 AM
Analysis of necessity and feasibility for ground improvement in warm and ice-rich permafrost regions S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi Characterized by low bearing capacity and high compressibility, warm and ice-rich frozen soil is a kind of problematic soils, which makes the original frozen ground formed by of that unreliable to meet the stability requirements of engineering infrastructures and foundations in permafrost regions. With the design and construction of major projects along the Qinghai-Tibet engineering corridor (QTEC), such as expressway and airport runway, it is a great challenge to favor the stability of overlying structures by formulating the proper engineering design principles and developing the valid engineering supporting techniques. The investigations carried out in recent years indicated that warm and ice-rich permafrost foundations was widespread, climate warming was significant and the stability of existing engineering structures was poor, along the QTEC. When warm and ice-rich frozen ground is used as the foundation soil, the implementation of ground improvement is an alternative measure to enhance the bearing capacity of foundation soil and eliminate the settlement of structures during operation, in order to guarantee the long-term stability of the structures. Based on the key factors determining the physico-mechanical properties of frozen soil, an innovative idea of stabilizing warm and ice-rich frozen soil based on chemical stabilization is proposed in this paper, and then an in-situ ground improvement technique is introduced. This study intends to explore the feasibility of ground improvement in warm and ice-rich permafrost regions along the QTEC based on in-situ chemical stabilization, and provide the technical support and scientific reference to prevent and mitigate the hazards in the construction of major projects in the future. 1/31/2022 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
استراتيجيات تعزيز التسامح لدى الأجيال المعاصرة ERL Lab CHS Seminar د. بدر الحسين معمل الأبحاث التربوية الندوة البحثية السابعة (٢٠٢٢-٢٠٢٣) 12/8/2022 12:00:00 PM اعضاء هيئة التدريس والباحثين والموظفين والطلبة (من داخل وخارج جامعة الأمير سلطان)
Durability phenomena of green concrete contains recycled concrete as a coarse aggregate with halfway substitution of sand by waste rubber tires S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi All over the world, billions of tires being disposed of and covered addressing a genuine natural danger. Until now, a little part reused and a huge number of tires are simply accumulated, landfilled or covered. The present study covers outcomes about durability phenomena of green concrete contains recycled concrete as a coarse aggregate with halfway substitution of sand by waste rubber tires. Ternary cementitous framework, Silica fume, Fly ash and cement kiln dust (CKD) utilized as incomplete substitution of cement by weight. Every one supplanted 10% of cement content to give an all-out substitution of 30%. The durability performance was surveyed by methods for water retention, chloride ions penetrability at 28 and 90 days, and protection from sulphuric corrosive assault at 1, 7, 14 and 28 days. Likewise, the compressive strength of concrete samples at 7, 14, 28 and 90 days distinguished. The outcomes show the presence of ternary cementitious framework, silica fume, fly ash and cement kiln dust (CKD) limits the strength misfortune related to the utilization of waste rubber. Thusly, up to 10% rubber fraction and 30% ternary cementious framework a satisfactory strength class esteem (30 MPa), as needed for a wide scope of regular primary uses, can be arrived at both through normal and recycled aggregate concrete. Outcomes additionally show that the blends in with 30% ternary cementious framework show a higher protection from sulphuric corrosive assault than the reference blend autonomously of the rubber waste substance a higher protection from sulphuric corrosive assault than the reference blend autonomously of the rubber waste substance. The blends with rubber waste and ternary cementitous framework was a lower protection from sulphuric corrosive assault than the reference blend. 10/29/2021 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
WOMEN IN STEM EXHIBITION SA Lab CAD PSU Exhibition NA AIDA LAB GEO-DENT COVID 10 DENTAL CARE UNITs 5/1/2022 9:00:00 AM open to the community
What are your expectations from educational developments in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia? ERL Lab CHS Community Service The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The Educational Research Lab (ERL) ERL Issue (September, 2022) 9/1/2022 8:00:00 AM PSU Students (female & male)
SEED PROJECT - MEETING 1 SA Lab CAD Meeting DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO Teams tasks and deadlines 11/14/2022 12:00:00 PM team members
Concrete with a High Content of End-of-life Tire Materials for Impact Energy Absorption S&M Lab CE Journal Editorial Board Dr. Musa Adamu Advances in Civil Engineering-Hindawi This research examines the suitability of Steel Fiber Reinforced Rubberized Concrete for Forgiving Infrastructure applications. Since one of the top priorities of the European Union is to reduce the number of road fatalities suffered mainly by motorcyclists in crushes involving road barriers, this study investigates the use of End-of-life tire materials in concrete, aiming to enhance the energy absorption capabilities of the material, thus enable the development of safer concrete road re-strain systems. The main objective of this study is to provide the basis for the development of a material suitable for forgiving infrastructure products such as road poles and barriers. Therefore, Steel Fiber Reinforced Rubberized Concrete containing 60% by volume rubber in replacement of its mineral aggregate content is assessed under flexural, compressive, and impact loading as well as durability. The results indicate a promising material behavior for forgiving infrastructure with enhanced energy absorption and resistance to impact load. The use of End-of-life tire materials in concrete promotes resource efficiency and the concept of circular economy, while at the same time provides a potential use that can have a positive impact on the society by fulfilling the critical need to adopt improved barrier designs to protect vulnerable road users indicated by the European Road Assessment program. 9/1/2021 8:00:00 AM Researchers, Industries, Students and Community
SEED PROJECT - MEETING 2 SA Lab CAD Meeting DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO follow up 12/19/2022 12:15:00 PM team members
Teacher Appreciation Day ERL Lab CHS Community Service The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The Educational Research Lab (ERL) ERL Issue (November, 2022) 11/1/2022 8:00:00 AM PSU Students (female & male)
SEED PROJECTS - PAPERS SA Lab CAD Meeting DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO PAPER 1 AND 2 FOLLOW UP 12/10/2022 9:00:00 AM DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO, DR. FIORELLA VANINI
SEED PROJECT - FIELD VISIT 1 SA Lab CAD FIELD VISIT DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO docs verification, stakeholders meetings, pictures, survey 10/10/2022 9:00:00 AM team members
What innovative learning tools would you like your instructor to implement within the classroom? ERL Lab CHS Community Service The Educational Research Lab (ERL) The Educational Research Lab (ERL) ERL Issue (October, 2022) 10/1/2022 8:00:00 AM PSU Students (female & male)
Journal Reviewer S&M Lab CE Community Service Dr. Musa Adamu MDPI Journals Reviewed more than 20 papers for MDPI Journals including: Materials, Applied Sciences, Coatings, Polymers, , Fuels, Crystals, Buildings, Processes, Coatings, Sustainability, 12/31/2022 8:00:00 AM Editorial board, Authors, Researchers, Students and Community
SEED PROJECT - FIELD VISIT 2 SA Lab CAD FIELD VISIT DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO questionairre dissemination, degradation survey 1/28/2023 9:00:00 AM team members
SAUDI BUILD S&M Lab CE International Exhibition Dr. Musa Adamu Riyadh Exhibitions Company Ltd. (REC) Saudi Build Trade Fairs, have offered sold-out, tested, reliable B2B platforms for the last 32 years. The 33rd edition will offer you pre-planned opportunities to meet with your desired sector decision makers. Distributors, Trade Buyers, Project owners, Consultants, Architectural Engineers, Specifiers will source their post COVID needs at the Saudi Build 2023. The event aims to bring industry professionals, solution providers and suppliers to innovative their solutions at this event. The sector leaders event will be held from 06 – 09 November 2023 at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center 11/17/2022 10:00:00 AM Industries, Academia, General Public
Tragbares, handliches mechanisches Prüfsystem zur Durchführung von Zug- und Druckprüfungen im Nano-Pico-Bereich S&M Lab CE Patent Dr. Tabrej Khan European patent office A portable, hand-held mechanical testing system for performing nano-pico level tension and compression testing, the system comprising:a load cell unit containing a miniaturized intelligent load cell, a load cell amplifier for performing amplification, a support plate with a gimbal for holding the miniaturized load cell and a load cell wiring system;a test unit for performing the test on the specimen, with a single platform containing all the devices for performing tensile and compression tests as well as nanoindentation;an intelligent piezo-based actuation system for providing a sophisticated and precise testing mechanism, wherein the Piezo-based actuation system has high reliability and good durability; a speed control panel to perform the inspection with precision, the control panel is miniaturized; a force sensor system to detect the applied force hten force, wherein the force sensor system is miniaturized;a camera for performing the visualization, wherein the displacement range is 0-20 mm;a measuring unit for performing measurements;a data acquisition unit for acquiring the measurement data;an interface for the entire input and output, wherein the interface is USB-based, which makes handling the entire DUT easy and precise; anda rotatable and detachable test section whereby the entire assembly can be removed after testing for further analysis such as computed tomography or SEM analysis. 4/27/2022 8:00:00 AM
Research Collaboration on the use of Activated Carbon in Concrete S&M Lab CE Meeting Prof Yasser E. Ibrahim, Dr. Musa Adamu & Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel daiem Prof Yasser E. Ibrahim The meeting aimed to discuss on the possible collaboration between the S&M Lab and Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel daiem from College of Engineering, Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia for carrying out a research on the use of activated carbon materials in Date palm fiber reinforced composites. Details of how to source the materials, how and where to conduct the experiments and how to target and publish in a high impact journal was discussed 12/13/2021 10:30:00 AM Prof Yasser E. Ibrahim, Dr Musa Adamu & Dr Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel daiem
Research Collaboration (Activated Carbon) S&M Lab CE Meeting Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim, Dr Musa Adamu & Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel daiem from Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim The meeting aimed to discuss on the possible collaboration between the S&M Lab and Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel daiem from College of Engineering, Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia for carrying out a research on the use of activated carbon materials in Date palm fiber reinforced composites. Details of how to source the materials, how and where to conduct the experiments and how to target and publish in a high impact journal was discussed 12/19/2021 10:00:00 AM Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim, Dr Musa Adamu & Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel daiem from Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia
External Research Grant Project (IFP-2022-28) S&M Lab CE Meeting Prof Yasser E. Ibrahim, Dr Musa Adamu & Dr Hani Alanazi (Majmaah University) Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim The meeting was aimed to discuss how to start the research project. The research project was awarded by the Ministry of Education Saudi Arabia under the Deanship of Scientific research Majmaah University. The PI of the grant is Dr Hani Alanazi of College of Engineering, Majmaah University, and the Co-PI from PSU include Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim and Dr. Musa Adamu. In the meeting details of how to complete and close the grant was discussed, the duration, the publications and all other things needed to complete and close the grant 12/18/2022 1:30:00 PM Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim, Dr Musa Adamu & Dr Hani Alanazi (Majmaah University)
Bearing Strength and Performance of Single Shear Joints of CFRP Composite Laminates Containing spread Tow Thin Plies S&M Lab CE Conference Dr. Tabrej Khan Universiti Putra Malaysia The development of spread-tow thin-ply technology, ultra-thin composite laminates could be produced. Composite bolted joints are commonly used on aircraft's load-bearing structures and it’s considered the main cause of stress concentration. The aim of this research is to investigate the single shear bolt joint properties of composite laminates that combines thin-plies and conventional thick-plies in a predetermined stacking sequence. The impact of thin-ply placement within the stack on bearing strength, including the onset of damages, was examined. The work involves mechanical tests as well as computer numerical analysis to understand the damage mechanisms of the plies and their interactions and reflect on the bearing load capacity of the joint for single shear bolt joint properties. The results showed an improvement in the bearing strength of up to 19% by inserting the thin-plies inside the laminate. 12/5/2022 10:00:00 AM
Research Collaboration with Tianjin University S&M Lab CE Meeting Professor Yasser, Dr Musa Adamu & Professor Han Zhu (Tianjin University China) Professor Yasser E. Ibrahim The meeting was aimed at discussing possible research collaborations between the S&M Lab of PSU and the Concrete Materials research Lab of Tianjin University under Professor Han Zhu. 5/16/2022 10:00:00 AM Professor Yasser, Dr Musa Adamu, Professor Han Zhu (Tianjin University), Sadi Ibrahim Haruna (Tianjin University
زيارات مدارس منطقة الرياض المرحلة الثانوية للسنة الأكاديمية ٢٠٢٢-٢٠٢٣ ERL Lab CHS Community Service معمل الأبحاث التربوية معمل الأبحاث التربوية يعتزم معمل الأبحاث التربوية تقديم دورات تدريبية كخدمة مجتمعية لطالبات المرحلة الثانوية في مختلف مدارس منطقة الرياض و التسويق والتعريف عن جامعة الأمير سلطان و كلية الإنسانيات والعلوم بشكل عام و عن قسم اللغويات والترجمة بشكل خاص 11/30/2022 9:00:00 AM طالبات المرحلة الثانوية في مختلف مدارس منطقة الرياض
PLC training REL Lab CE Organizing a Workshop Dr. Mahmoud Abdelrahim Dr. Dhafer PLC training and workshop - prepares students to do industry work 12/3/2022 Anyone
ALLAB 25th Research Webinar ALLAB Lab CHS webinar Dr. Sharif Alghazo, University of Jordan & Dr. Dina El-Dakhs, Prince Sultan University Dr. Dina Eldakhs ALLAB monthly webinar open to the public 2/7/2022 8:00:00 PM Open to the public
26th ALLAB Monthly Webinar ALLAB Lab CHS Webinar Dr. Reham ElShazly, Arab Academy for Science & Technology, Egypt & Dr. Daniel Bailey, Konkuk University, South Korea Dr. Dina Eldakhs ALLAB Monthly webinar 2/21/2022 8:00:00 PM Open to the public
27th ALLAB Monthly Webinar ALLAB Lab CHS Webinar Dr. Ana Pellicer-Sánchez, Univ. College London, UK & Dr. Mohamed Mohsen, Najran Univ., KSA Dr. Dina Eldakhs ALLAB monthly webinar 3/7/2022 8:00:00 PM Open to the public
ALLAB 28th Monthly Webinar ALLAB Lab CHS Webinar Dr. Nayef Jomaa, Karabuk University & Dr. Erdem Akbas, Erciyes University Dr. Dina Eldakhs ALLAB Monthly research webinar 9/5/2022 8:00:00 PM Open to the public
ALLAB 29th Monthly Webinar ALLAB Lab CHS webinar Dr. Burhan Ozdemir, Prince Sultan University Dr. Dina Eldakhs ALLAB Monthly research webinar 10/3/2022 8:00:00 PM Open to the public
30th ALLAB Monthly Webinar ALLAB Lab CHS Webinar Dr. Burhan Ozfidan, Dr. Alia Mitchell & Dr. Nermine Galal Ibrahim Dr. Dina Eldakhs ALLAB Monthly Webinar 12/5/2022 8:00:00 PM Open to the public
Doing Research with Eye-tracking ALLAB Lab CHS Training SR Research LTD Dr. Dina Eldakhs Training on how to use eye-tracker 10/24/2022 5:00:00 PM Paid courses for the researchers
Effective Thesis Writing ALLAB Lab CHS Training Dr. Dina Eldakhs Dr. Dina Eldakhs Three days Bootcamp about effective thesis writing 11/7/2022 7:00:00 PM Paid course open to the public
Publishing in High Impact Journals ALLAB Lab CHS Training Dr. Dina Eldakhs Dr. Dina Eldakhs Three days bootcamp 11/14/2022 7:00:00 PM Paid course for the public
Research-informed TESOL ALLAB Lab CHS Training Dr. Dina Eldakhs Dr. Dina Eldakhs Three days bootcamp 11/21/2022 7:00:00 PM Paid course open to the public
Intercultural Communication Program ALLAB Lab CHS Student Activity Undergrad students Dr. Dina Eldakhs Not applicable 10/5/2022 7:00:00 PM PSU Students
Fourth Written Speech Competition ALLAB Lab CHS Competition PSU Students Dr. Dina Eldakhs - 11/21/2022 12:00:00 PM PSU Students
Third News Story Competition ALLAB Lab CHS Competition PSU Students Dr. Dina ELdakhs - 5/15/2022 PSU students
Lets Explore Nuromarketing MRL CBA Talk Dr. Beenish Tariq Dr. Mobin Fatma The talk is about the neuromarketing and its application 10/13/2022 12:01:00 PM Faculty members, research scholars, students (Bachelors), PSU and outside PSU
Introduction to qualitative research MRL CBA Seminar prof. Jaspreet Kaur Dr. Mobin Fatma Research seminar presented on the qualitative research methods and its application 11/10/2022 1:02:00 PM Faculty members, research scholars, students (Bachelors), PSU and outside PSU
Lead to grow: Let’s boost our students’ leadership skills ALLAB Lab CHS Invited Speaker Dr. Dina El-Dakhs NottingHill College, UK - 2/12/2022
Translation competence and collocation knowledge: Which factors predict rendering a natural collocation in a translation task? ALLAB Lab CHS Talk Dr. Dina El-Dakhs & Dr. Suhad Sonbul KSU – Translator’s Day - 9/29/2022
Introduction to Code-Switching ALLAB Lab CHS Talk Ms. Attiya Ijaz, Prince Sultan University Language Club - 11/8/2022 12:00:00 PM
Legal Research in a Globalised World - Paradigms, Opportunities and Limitations". GPDRL Lab CL Seminar Prof. Dr. Onyeka Osuji Dr. Shafiqul hassan The GPDRL was organized the 3rd College of Law Internal Seminar in its effort to promote and encourage research culture among fauclty member. This year the event got tremendous response from the faculty members and received 28 research abstracts. The event was inaugurated by Dr. Abdulaziz Ahmed Altuwaijri, Dean, College of Law. The Keynote speech was given by Prof. Dr. Onyeka Osuji, Dean Essex Law School, UK. 1/7/2023 8:11:00 PM CL Faculty Members
Gender and Talk: Men’s Talk versus Women’s Talk ALLAB Lab CHS Talk Dr. Mona AlKahtani, King Saud University Language Club - 11/15/2022 12:00:00 PM
What can eye-tracking tell us about teachers’ ratings of EFL students’ texts? ALLAB Lab CHS Conference Abdulhaleem, E., Sonbul, S., El-Dakhs, D. 42nd Annual Language Testing Forum, Bristol - 11/25/2022
An eye-tracking investigation of L2 novel-binomial acquisition: Is it 'black and white' or 'white and black’? ALLAB Lab CHS Conference Sonbul, S., El-Dakhs, D., Conklin, K., Carrol, G. EuroSLA 31, Fribourg - 8/24/2022
Islamic Finance Development in the World and their Jurisdiction GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Dr Murniati Mukhlisin, Associate Professor and Rector, Tazkia Islamic University College, Indonesia Dr. Shafiqul hassan The session will elaborate islamic finance development in the world as well as their accounting and political jurisdiction that support the development or the opposite 4/6/2022 11:00:00 PM PSU Faculty member
Black and white' or 'white and black'? Eye-movement patterns during L2 acquisition of novel binomials ALLAB Lab CHS Conference Sonbul, S., El-Dakhs, D., Conklin, K., Carrol, G. AAAL 2022, Pittsburgh - 3/19/2022
3rd International Symposium on Applied Linguistics Research ALLAB Lab CHS Symposium Several prominent scholars Dr. Dina Eldakhs It is an international symposium that lasted for 2 days. 11/5/2022
Transaction and its Application in Islamic Banking and Finance GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Dr Nur Farhah binti Mahadi, IIUM Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The event will discuss regarding the Islamic contract and its application and exhaustiveness in numerous circumstances and legal framework in respective jurisdiction. 4/20/2022 11:00:00 PM PSU Faculty member
Policy on Utilizaiton of Islamic Financial System as a Panacea to Achieve Saudi Arabia Vision 2030 GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Dr Yusuff Jelili Amuda, Associate Professor, College of Law, PSU. Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The Islamic policies will be identified and subjected to brief review to see how utilization of these policies has served as panacea to socio-economic development at micro and macro level. 4/13/2022 11:00:00 PM PSU Faculty member
Application of Murabaha Banking by Modern Financial Institution: Critics and Analysis GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Dr. Shafiqul Hassan Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The session will discuss the importance of Murabaha Banking by Modern Financial Institution to see its effectiveness in the modern socio-economic development. 4/24/2022 11:00:00 PM PSU Faculty
How to Publish Your First Scopus/ISS GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Prof. Dr. Zlatan Meskic, College of Law, PSU Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The event will give tips and practices for a first time author to publish in the Scopus or ISI indexed journals 9/15/2022 12:00:00 PM CL faculty
The Tension and Perspectives of Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Law- Is Coexistence Desireable or Just Possible GPDRL Lab CL Organizing a Workshop Dr. Barbara Herecg Paksic, Facutly of Law, University of Osijek, Croatia. Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The lecture will shed light on criminal liabilities of artificial intelligence and possibility of harmonizing the principle of culpability and autonomous decision making the criminal law 10/26/2022 12:00:00 PM PSU Faculty
Performing Research Activities in the Lab GPDRL Lab CL Training Dr. Shafiqul Hassan Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The session provide hands on training to the lab members how to activity participated in lab and enrich research activities by utilizing lab resources. 10/16/2022 12:00:00 PM GPDRL Lab Members
Training on Using PSU Digital Library for Publishing Research GPDRL Lab CL Training Mr. Shakil ahmad Dr. Shafiqul Hassan The session provides hand on training on using PSU digital library to conduct research activities. 11/21/2022 12:00:00 PM
The 8th International Conference on Architecture, Materials and Construction (ICAMC 2022) SA Lab CAD International Conference, Session Chair Dr. Silvia Mazzetto ICAMC 2022 International Conference International Conference ICAMC 2022, Session Chair: Steel Structure Engineering and Engineering Mechanics 10/28/2022 9:00:00 AM Open to public
The 8th International Conference on Architecture, Materials and Construction (ICAMC 2022) SA Lab CAD Conference Dr. Silvia Mazzetto International Conference ICAMC 2022, Technical Commitee member Technical Commitee member of the 8th International Conference on Architecture, Materials and Construction (ICAMC 2022) 10/26/2022 9:00:00 AM Open to Public
The 8th International Conference on Architecture, Materials and Construction (ICAMC 2022) SA Lab CAD Conference Dr. Silvia Mazzetto The 8th International Conference on Architecture, Materials and Construction (ICAMC 2022) Heritage Conservation and Reuses to promote Sustainable Growth 10/28/2022 9:00:00 AM Open to public
The psychology behind the online customer experience MRL CBA SPECIAL ISSUE EDITOR NA NA It was a special issue. Total no. 7 papers published in this special issue which are available online. 12/30/2022 all researchers across the globe
Vision Transformers (ViT): From Design To Implementation ASSCL CCIS Seminar Lahouari Ghouti Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Vision Transformer (ViT) attains excellent results compared to state-of-the-art convolutional networks while requiring substantially fewer computational resources to train. This seminar covers design and Implementation of Vision Transformer with examples. 10/18/2022 1:03:00 PM Students, Researchers and faculty members
Deep Learning Algorithm Generalization for Complex Industrial Systems ASSCL CCIS Journal Special Issue Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar This Special Issue aims to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to discuss and exchange recent advances, research results, and emerging research directions in Deep Learning Algorithm Generalization for Complex Industrial System, specifically in an environment of smart technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, and so on. Hopefully, we can develop some new modeling and simulation methodologies to support the challenges of complex industrial systems, such as changes, adaptation, change, and innovativeness. This Special Issue covers a variety of contributions from different fields. 4/30/2023 Researchers and Faculty Members
Deep Learning Techniques for Manned and Unmanned Ground, Aerial and Marine Vehicles ASSCL CCIS Journal Special Issue Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar The purpose of this Special Issue is to report recent applications of deep learning approaches in manned and unmanned ground, aerial, and marine vehicles. 4/30/2022 Researchers and Faculty Members
Nonlinear Control Systems with Recent Advances and Applications ASSCL CCIS Journal Special Issue Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Over the last few decades, tremendous progress has been made in the development of design methodologies for the control of nonlinear systems and their applications using various mathematical tools. Because there are many important and interesting challenges, the field of nonlinear control systems has a bright future. Although the literature contains a significant number of interesting and valuable results, the synthesis of control strategies for a broader class of nonlinear systems, as well as broader applications, remains challenging and open, particularly for the diversely complicated control tasks arising from the growing integration with emerging technologies in communication and computation areas. The proposed Special Issue's main goal is to present a cutting-edge collection of articles presenting novel developments in nonlinear control approaches in both theoretical background and applications. This Special Issue covers a variety of contributions from different fields. 5/31/2023 Researchers and Faculty Members
Editor in Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence ASSCL CCIS Journal Editorial Board Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar, Leader of Automated Systems & Soft Computing Lab (ASSCL), has been selected as Editor in Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence. The journal is one of the leading worldwide publications focused on Artificial Intelligence and applications. 3/22/2022
Editor in IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems. ASSCL CCIS Journal Editorial Board Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar, Leader of Automated Systems & Soft Computing Lab (ASSCL), has been selected as Editor in IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems The journal is one of the leading worldwide publications focused on Neural Networks and Learning Systems published by IEEE. It’s ISI Q1 with impact factor of 14.255. This is a new achievement for the College of Computer and Information Sciences and Prince Sultan University 10/1/2022 Researchers and Faculty Members
Architectural Research Method, Challenges of Data Collection in Post-disaster Situation: Lesson from Aceh Post-tsunami Housing SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Series of Seminar: Research / Architecture: tools, methods, and challenges 5/16/2023 12:00:00 PM Public
The Role of Local Governance in Developing and Preserving Urban Heritage SA Lab CAD Training Dr. Yenny Rahmayati King Salman Center for Local Governance A Series of Training organized by King Salman Center for Local Governance 6/1/2022 9:00:00 AM Local Government Officials
6th Friendly City International Conference SA Lab CAD Invited Speaker Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Universitas Sumatera Utara Redefining Friendly City in the New Era 9/8/2022 5:00:00 AM International
PSU Undergraduate Research Forum 2022 SA Lab CAD Students Research Supervising/Mentoring Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Prince Sultan University Annual Research Event organized by PSU 12/5/2022 2:00:00 PM Public
Women in STEM Exhibition SA Lab CAD PSU Exhibition Dr. Yenny Rahmayati, Dr. Fiorella Vanini, Ms. Wafa Alghamdi PSU CCIS - CIDA Lab STEM Exhibition Day: Women in STEM Change the World! 5/11/2022 9:00:00 AM Public
Women in STEM Exhibition SA Lab CAD Students Research Supervising/Mentoring Dr. Yenny Rahmayati PSU CCIS - CIDA Lab STEM Exhibition Day: Women in STEM Change the World! 5/11/2022 9:00:00 AM Public
6th Friendly City International Conference SA Lab CAD Students Research Supervising/Mentoring Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Universitas Sumatera Utara Redefining Friendly City in the New Era 9/8/2022 5:00:00 AM International
Indonesian Scholars’ World Class Forum 2022 SA Lab CAD Conference Dr. Yenny Rahmayati International Association of Indonesian Scholars Annual Conference organized by The International Association of Indonesian Scholars 8/27/2022 11:00:00 AM International
Research title: Ghandruk Old Settlements: A History of Tourism and Disaster Resilience SA Lab CAD Students Research Supervising/Mentoring Dr. Yenny Rahmayati Journal of Serambi Engineering A Research Paper published in Peer-reviewed Journal 1/30/2023 12:00:00 AM Public/International/Open Access
LEAP Tech Conference 2023 SA Lab CAD International Exhibition Dr. Yenny Rahmayati LEAP Presenting the Innovation Work (Geo-Dent Dental Care Units) in PSU Booth at LEAP Tech Conference 2023 2/6/2023 10:00:00 AM International
Current Environmental Challenges and Future Sustainability Opportunities in Cities and Buildings SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Wesam Al Madhoun Dr. Monica Moscatelli Research seminar on Research / Architecture: tools, methods, and challenges. The series of lectures will target an international audience and will be delivered in English under the umbrella of the Sustainable Architecture Lab. 3/13/2023 11:00:00 AM International audience
Natura(c)tion, climate change, and the built environment. Exploring design tools, processes, and theories SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Alessandro Raffa Dr. Monica Moscatelli Research seminar on Research / Architecture: tools, methods, and challenges. The series of lectures will target an international audience and will be delivered in English under the umbrella of the Sustainable Architecture Lab. 4/27/2023 6:00:00 PM International audience
Building analysis as a tool for architectural conceptual design SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Beatriz Villanueva Cajide Dr. Fiorella Vanini The Sustainable Architecture Lab is pleased to invite you to attend the SALAB RESEARCH SEMINARS. The seminars tackle the topic Research/Architecture: tools, methods, and challenges and are a powerful occasion to broader your horizon. Title: Graphical building analysis as a tool for conceptual architectural design venue: Google Meet https://meet.google.com/vvt-tbtr-jov 3/7/2023 6:00:00 PM 36 participants
Current Environmental Challenges and Future Sustainability Opportunities in Cities and Buildings SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Wesam Al Madhoun DR. MONICA MOSCATELLI The Sustainable Architecture Lab is pleased to invite you to attend the SALAB RESEARCH SEMINARS. The seminars tackle the topic Research/Architecture: tools, methods, and challenges and are a powerful occasion to broader your horizon 3/13/2023 6:00:00 PM 43 participants
Archival Research in the Arabian Peninsula SA Lab CAD Seminar DR. ROBERTO FABBRI DR. FIORELLA VANINI The Sustainable Architecture Lab is pleased to invite you to attend the SALAB RESEARCH SEMINARS. The seminars tackle the topic Research/Architecture: tools, methods, and challenges and are a powerful occasion to broader your horizon 3/15/2023 6:30:00 PM 45 participants
Data Mapping and Visualization in Built Environment Research SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Hazem Rashed-Ali DR. FIORELLA VANINI 15/03 time 18.00 KSA Dr. Hazem Rashed-Ali, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Research and Innovation, Huckabee College of Architecture, Texas Tech University. Title: Data Mapping and Visualization in Built Environment Research 3/15/2023 6:00:00 PM 24 participants
Design & Heritage in the Middle East, Europe and Far East SA Lab CAD Seminar DR. ANNA CORNARO DR. FIORELLA VANINI 19/03 time 11 AST Dr. Anna Cornaro, Full Professor, Chair of the Architecture Department, American University of Dubai, venue PSU room 215 (reservation) title: Design & Heritage in the Middle East, Europe and Far East 3/19/2023 11:00:00 AM PSU scholars (22 participants)
Engagement research for documenting indigenous heritage sites in South Africa SA Lab CAD Seminar Dr. Madga Minguzzi DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO 20/03 Dr. Madga Minguzzi, Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture, Nelson Mandela University (South Africa). Title: Engagement research for documenting indigenous heritage sites in South Africa. 3/20/2023 6:00:00 PM opne to the public, online event
Methodologies in research for heritage preservation in Saudi Arabia SA Lab CAD Seminar DR. SILVIA MAZZETTO DR. FIORELLA VANINI 21/03 Dr. Silvia Mazzetto, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Prince Sultan University, College of Architecture and Design (Saudi Arabia). Title: Methodologies in research for heritage preservation in Saudi Arabia 3/21/2023 6:00:00 PM online event open to public
Design your VR Classroom Bootcamp LDSHRG Group CHS Training Ms. Amany AlKhayat Dr. Orchida Fayez A 9 hours hands-on training course equipping participants with the basics of using Virtual Reality and immersive technology in their classroom. 1/18/2023 4:00:00 PM Inside and outside PSU registered for the Bootcamp.
Zipformer for Automatic Speech Recognition ASSCL CCIS Talk Prof. Daniel Povey RIC This event is about a modified type of transformer named Zipformer to handle the issues with prior transformers in speech recognition applications. 6/13/2023 12:30:00 PM
Hands on Image Processing using Python ASSCL CCIS Organizing a Workshop Muhammad Zeeshan Sardar (Self) ASSCL Lab This workshop is about providing hands on experience to the audience related to Python, classical Image processing, and some advanced techniques 3/4/2023 9:00:00 AM
Zipformer for Automatic Speech Recognition ASSCL CCIS Seminar Prof. Daniel Povey Research and Initiatives Center A pruned RNN transducer model and its fast, memory-efficient ASR training have been discussed. This transducer model consists of an encoder that is based on the Zipformer model. 6/13/2023 12:30:00 PM
Hands on Image Processing using Python ASSCL CCIS Attending a Workshop Engr. Zeeshan Sradar ASSCL Basic and intermediate level hands-on of image processing training of Classical and Advance methods using Python. 3/4/2023 9:00:00 AM
Prince Sultan Defense Studies And Research Center (PSDSARC) Progress Review Visit for the funded projects SSE Lab CE Visit Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, Dr. Haleem Farman Dr. Sohaib Bin Altaf Khattak and Project Students SSEL Members On Tuesday, 14th Nov 2023, PSDSARC visited the Smart System Engineering Lab (SSEL), Department of Communications and Networks Engineering, Prince Sultan University. The visit aimed to meet students and the project supervisor to review the progress of collaborative projects. Currently, SSEL is engaged with two funded projects of PSDSARC titled 1) “The use of Unmanned Ground Vehicles and Thread Mesh Networks in Object Detection and Tracking Techniques” and 2) “Deep Learning based Human Detection at Night-time using Thermal Images via UAV” supervised by Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, Dr. Haleem Farman and Dr. Sohaib Bin Altaf Khattak. The SSEL members and students presented the advancements, challenges, and outcomes of ongoing projects, and the PSDSARC members evaluated the achieved objectives of the projects. In addition, a progress report of the projects will be submitted by the end of November 2023. 11/12/2023 12:30:00 PM PSU Students
Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) Between College of Engineering, Prince Sultan University and IEEE Smart Cities SSE Lab CE MoU Signing Ceremony Dr. Abdulhakim Almajid Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, Dr. Haleem Farman And IEEE Smart-cities Society members SSEL And IEEE Smart-cities Society members Prince Sultan University and IEEE Smart Cities have signed an Memorandum of Understanding to foster collaboration and knowledge sharing. The partnership can lead to more efficient, connected, and sustainable urban environments that improve the quality of life for citizens while addressing the challenges of rapid urbanization and resource constraints 6/19/2023 5:00:00 PM PSU Faculty and IEEE Smart Cities members
Prince Sultan University (PSU) and University of West London (UWL) Secured a Grant for Innovative Online Learning Projects SSE Lab CE International University Collaboration SSEL Members and Faculty of the University of West London SSEL Members In a remarkable collaboration between Prince Sultan University and the University of West London in the united kingdom, a significant achievement has been realized as they successfully secured a grant from the prestigious British Council “Uk-Saudi Challenge Fund. The project titled “ Intelli-Student- A Cutting Edge Computer-aided Learning Platform to Augment Online Teaching and Learning Pedagogies “project has been awarded generous funds. 3/15/2023 SSEL and UWL Faculty members
The 1st Workshop on Intelli-Student- A Cutting edge Computer-aided Learning Platform to Augment Online Teaching and Learning Pedagogies: A UK-Saudi partnership Project SSE Lab CE Workshop at University of West London (UWL) Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, University of West London (UWL), UK University of West London organized The 1st Workshop on Intelli-Student-A Cutting edge Computer-aided Learning Platform to Augment Online Teaching and Learning Pedagogies: A UK-Saudi partnership Project. This workshop aimed to explore innovative ideas related to Smart Education and E-Learning. 6/30/2023 SSEL and UWL Faculty members University of West London (UWL), UK and SSEL Members
The 2nd Workshop on Intelli-Student- A Cutting edge Computer-aided Learning Platform to Augment Online Teaching and Learning Pedagogies: A UK-Saudi partnership Project SSE Lab CE On-campus Workshop at PSU University of West London Faculty Members and SSEL Members SSEL Members The SSEL was excited to invite Faculty members and students to participate in an upcoming workshop centred around the project “Intelli-Student- A Cutting edge Computer-aided Learning Platform to Augment Online Teaching and Learning Pedagogies: A UK-Saudi partnership Project”. This workshop aimed to explore innovative ideas related to Smart Education and E-Learning. 9/12/2023 9:00:00 AM PSU Faculty and Students
Advancing Open Science and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: The Smart Systems Engineering Lab Commitment to SDG 7 and 11 Focused Excellence SSE Lab CE Collaborating with Elsevier Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla Elsevier We are delighted to announce the well-deserved recognition of Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, from Smart Systems Engineering Lab, for his exceptional contributions to open science. Collaborating with Elsevier, Dr. Nasralla authored two impactful open access articles between 2020–2022, one directly addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals. His recent work, & “Area and energy efficient shift and accumulator unit for object detection in IoT applications”,& aligns with SDG 7 and 11, showcasing a commitment to sustainable energy, and sustainable cities. This recognition not only celebrates his individual success but also recognized our university's dedication to fostering research that addresses global challenges and contributes to a more Collaborative, inclusive, and transparent academic sector. 11/16/2023
First online meeting held between Smart Systems Engineering Laboratory (SSEL), Prince Sultan University (PSU), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and RFMic Engineering Research (RFMER), Cardiff Metropolita University (CMU), Llandaff Campus, UK. SSE Lab CE International Collaboration Meeting 1. Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla Associate Professor/Lab Head SSEL, PSU, KSA 2. Dr. Maged Abdullah Associate Professor, PSU, KSA 3. Dr. Mehr E Munir PhD Researcher, PSU, KSA 4. Dr. Jasim Uddin Senior Lecturer/ RFMER, CMU, UK Dr. Mehr E Munir On 12th July 2023, the First online meeting held between Smart Systems Engineering Laboratory (SSEL), Prince Sultan University (PSU), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and RFMic Engineering Research (RFMER), Cardiff Metropolitan University (CMU), Llandaff Campus, UK. The meeting was led by Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla (Lab Head SSEL). A detailed discussion was carried out by Dr. Jasim on funding sources availability. He shared useful funding sources with SSEL team. Dr. Moustafa ensured that SSEL team will collaborate with RFMic Engineering Research Lab using the Early Career Researcher International Collaboration Grants of £200,000 funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK. 7/12/2023 SSEL Members and CMU Members
Collaboration meeting held between the College of Engineering, Prince Sultan University (PSU) and the British Council Saudi Arabia SSE Lab CE Collaboration Meeting Prof. Abdulhakim Almajid Dean, CE, PSU Dr. Dhafer Jaber Almakhles Chairman, CME, PSU Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla Associate Professor/Lab Head SSEL, PSU Dr. Maged Abdullah, Associate Professor, CME, PSU Dr. Mohamed Ezzat AlAtroush Dr. Rakan Alyamani Dr. Haleem Farman, Researcher, SSEL, PSU Engr. Omar Ahmed Ms. Eilidh Kennedy McLean Country Director, British Council, Saudi Arabia Ms. Suzan Mozher Education Head, British Council, Saudi Arabia Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, Dr. Haleem Farman On 30th August 2023, a meeting was held between the College of Engineering, Prince Sultan University (PSU) and the British Council Saudi Arabia. The meeting was led by Prof. Abdulhakim Almajid (Dean, College of Engineering). The agenda points of the meeting are: 1) Progress of British Council funded Project under UK-Saudi Challenge Fund 2) Further venues for collaboration. Subsequently, Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla shared insights into the ongoing projects within the Smart Systems Engineering Laboratory (SSEL). He also elaborated on the British Council funded project entitled "Intelli-Student – A Cutting-edge Computer-aided Learning Platform to Augment Online Teaching and Learning Pedagogies: A UK-Saudi Partnership Project." Dr. Moustafa explained the project's concept and emphasized its role in advancing smart education. Ms. Eilidh expressed her commendation for the progress achieved so far in the project. 8/30/2023 1:30:00 PM SSEL Members, Faculty Members of College of Engineering, British Council Saudi Arabia.
2nd Workshop on Smart Cities: Improving Quality of Life of People with Disabilities (QoL-PwD) SSE Lab CE IEEE Smart-cities Workshop, Romania Dr. Ikram Ur Rehman, School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London, United Kingdom, email: Ikram.Rehman@uwl.ac.uk Dr. Moustafa Mazin Nasralla, Department of Communications and Networks Engineering, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, email: mnasralla@psu.edu.sa Dr Laden Husamaldin, School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London, United Kingdom, email: laden.aldin@uwl.ac.uk Dr. Sama Aleshaiker, School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London, United Kingdom, email: sama.aleshaiker@uwl.ac.uk Dr. Drishty Sobnath, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies, Solent University, Southampton, UK email: drishty.sobnath@solent.ac.uk PSU (SSEL), UWL, IEEE Smart Cities Advances in technology offer new possibilities for people with disabilities, enabling them to improve their quality of life in smart cities. By utilizing AI, data availability, connectivity, and citizen engagement, individuals with disabilities can gain greater independence and safety. Challenges faced by the elderly and people with disabilities include independence, mobility, and navigation. ICT solutions are vital in addressing these challenges in smart cities. The workshop seeks innovative research papers focusing on smart city advancements for enhancing independence, social inclusion, mobility, and overall quality of life for individuals with disabilities. The workshop is organized by the chairs of the IEEE Smart Cities Awards and Recognition Committee, along with its associated members, ensuring a platform for rigorous research and fruitful discussions" 9/24/2023 IEEE Smart Cities Conference Audience
The 1st workshop on the Future of Learning in Smart Cities: Unlocking Potential through Smart Education at IEEE Smart Cities, Bucharest SSE Lab CE IEEE Smart-cities Workshop, Romania Dr. Moustafa Mazin Nasralla, Department of Communications and Networks Engineering, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, email: mnasralla@psu.edu.sa Dr. Haleem Farman, Department of Communications and Networks Engineering, College of Engineering, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, email: hfarman@psu.edu.sa Dr. Ikram Ur Rehman, School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London, United Kingdom, email: Ikram.Rehman@uwl.ac.uk Dr. Parisa Saadati, School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London, United Kingdom, email: Parisa.saadati@uwl.ac.uk PSU (SSEL), UWL, IEEE Smart Cities Advanced technologies and data-driven strategies are used in smart cities to improve various areas of urban life. By utilizing these technological advancements, smart education gives the educational sector new chances and challenges. By integrating smart education into smart cities, learners can acquire the abilities they need to prosper in a globally linked society. This workshop focuses on how the next generation of learners can be empowered by technological breakthroughs like artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and smart devices, virtual/augmented reality and data analytics by utilizing ICT infrastructure in smart cities. The rise in the use of smartphones and wearable technology, as well as the rapid uptake of AI and IoT, has fueled learners’ hopes for better education. In order to discuss and exchange ideas on novel approaches, best practices, and workable strategies for implementing smart education projects in the context of smart cities, this workshop will bring together educators, policymakers, industry experts, and researchers. To strengthen educational systems and prepare a generation that is prepared for the future, participants will have the opportunity to learn from one another, discuss ideas, and create workable plans. The main industries that could be improved are educational institutes, governmental entities, healthcare education, and technological companies. The workshop will be supported by “The Intelli-Student project”, funded by the UK – Saudi Challenge Fund grant from the British Council’s Going Global Partnerships programme 9/24/2023 IEEE Smart Cities Conference Audience
The 2nd workshop on the Future of Learning in Smart Cities: Unlocking Potential through Smart Education at ICSDI conference SSE Lab CE ICSDI Workshop Dr. Ikram Ur Rehman, School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London, United Kingdom, email: Ikram.Rehman@uwl.ac.uk Dr. Moustafa Mazin Nasralla, Department of Communications and Networks Engineering, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, email: mnasralla@psu.edu.sa SSEL and University of West London, United Kingdom Advanced technologies and data-driven strategies have become integral to the evolution of smart cities, transforming various aspects of urban life. This transformation extends to the realm of education, where smart education presents new opportunities and challenges. As smart cities harness technological advancements, the educational sector is uniquely positioned to empower the next generation of learners with essential skills required in a globally interconnected society. This special session focuses on how the next generation of learners can be empowered by technological breakthroughs like artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and smart devices, virtual reality and data analytics by utilizing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure in smart cities. The rise in the use of smartphones and wearable technology, as well as the rapid uptake of AI and IoT, has fueled learners' hopes for better education. This special session will provide a platform for educators, policymakers, industry experts, and researchers to converge and engage in discussions centered around novel approaches, best practices, and actionable strategies for implementing smart education initiatives within the context of smart cities. By fostering cross-sector collaboration, the special session aims to enhance educational systems and equip the upcoming generation with the tools they need to shape a sustainable future. The main industries that could be improved are educational institutes, governmental entities, healthcare education, and technological companies. 2/18/2024 ICSDI Conference Audience
Collaboration visit of Princes Nourah University (PNU) SSE Lab CE Meeting Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, Dr. Haleem Farman Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University Princes Nourah University, Department of Computer Science invited SSEL, PSU and King Abdul Aziz University Faculty members to discuss the points of collaborations on R&D projects. 9/3/2023 Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University Students
SSEL visit Prince Sultan Defense Studies and Research Center (PSDSARC) SSE Lab CE Meeting SSEL Membes Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla On 21 st May, the Smart Systems Engineering Laboratory (SSEL) team had the opportunity to visit the Prince Sultan Defense Studies & Research Center (PSDSARC). The team was led by Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla along with Dr. Maged Abdullah. Other members of the team were Dr. Haleem Farman (Researcher), Dr. Sohaib Bin Altaf Khattak (PostDoc Fellow) and Dr. Mehr E Munir (PostDoc Fellow). This report provides an overview of the visit, including the observations, discussions, and recommendations for potential future collaboration. The team from the PSDSARC warmly welcomed us headed by Dr. Osama Khalil upon arrival, creating a friendly and conducive atmosphere for knowledge exchange. The hospitality extended to us significantly contributed to establishing a positive and collaborative environment throughout the visit. 5/21/2023 SSEL Members and PSDSARC Members
Online Workshop on The Concept of Smart-cities SSE Lab CE Online Student Workshop Dr. Haleem Farman SSEL Online Workshop on “The Concept of Smart Cities” 9/27/2023 Departments of Communications and Networks Student
Online Workshop on The Concept of Smart-cities SSE Lab CE Online Student Workshop Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, SSEL Online Workshop on “The Concept of Smart Cities” 10/4/2023 Department of Communications and Networks Engineering Students
Online Workshop on The Concept of Smart-cities SSE Lab CE Online Student Workshop Dr. Maged Abdullah Esmail SSEL Online Workshop on “The Concept of Smart Cities” 1/11/2023 Students of College of Engineering
Online Workshop on The Concept of Smart-cities SSE Lab CE Online Student Workshop Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, SSEL Online Workshop on The Concept of Smart-cities 10/12/2023 Students of College of Engineering
Allen Vanguard industrial Partner visit PSU SSE Lab CE Meeting Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, SSEL Allen Vanguard visited PSU to discuss their R&D Projects and to see SSEL current projects for possible collaboration 5/28/2023 1:00:00 PM SSEL Members and Allen Vanguard Members
Online and Face to Face Meeting at PSU With Allen Vanguard industrial Partner SSE Lab CE Meeting Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla SSEL Technical discussion on SSEL members research areas for possible collaboration. 6/20/2023 4:00:00 PM SSEL Members and Allen Vanguard Members
Building Security System Using AES Algorithms SSE Lab CE Subject Project Students Presentation Khalid Dhayn, Abdulaziz Obaid, Nawaf Dera and Bader Alotaibi Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla On Sunday, 10th Nov 2023, the students (Khalid Dhayn, Abdulaziz Obaid, Nawaf Dera and Bader Alotaibi) of the Communications and Networks Engineering (CME) Department gave a presentation on their subject project titled “Building Security System Using AES Algorithms” at Smart System Engineering Lab (SSEL). The project was supervised by Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla and Dr. Ahmed Sedik. The examiners were CME chairman Dr. Dhafer Jaber Almakhles, SSEL leader Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla and Dr. Maged Abdullah Esmail. The students presented the advancements, challenges, and outcomes of the project to the SSEL team (Dr. Haleem Farman, Dr. Sohaib Bin Altaf Khattak, Dr. Ahmed Sedik and Dr. Mehr E Munir), and the examiners evaluated the achieved objectives of the projects. 12/10/2023 11:00:00 AM Smart System Engineering Lab Members
A Hands-on ARDUINO TRAINING for Beginners SSE Lab CE Training Dr. Haleem Farman Dr. Moustafa Nasralla and Dr. Dr. Maged Abdullah Esmail Smart System Engineering Lab has organized the 2-days training on "A Hands-on ARDUINO TRAINING for Beginners " on 29 and 30 January 2024. The training covered the following content. Contents: 1)Introduction to Arduino 2)Microcontroller and Microprocessor 3)Arduino components 4)Arduino Specifications 5)Introduction to Arduino IDE 6)Downloading & Installing Arduino 7)Virtual Arduino Board 8)Breadboard and basic terminologies 9)Input and Output 10)Arduino programming 11)Variables and Datatypes 12)Decision making 13)Digital reading and Digitalwrite 14)Interfacing sensors 15)LEDs, Switches, Buzzers, and Display devices 16)Hands-on exercise. 1/29/2024 3:00:00 PM PSU Students and Faculty
High School Visited SSEL SSE Lab CE High School Visited SSEL Dr. Haleem Farman, Dr. Maged Abdullah Esmail, Dr. Ahmed Sedik and Dr. Mehr E Munir Prince Sultan University High school students visited the Smart System Engineering Lab (SSEL) on 23 and 24 January, 2024 to see the research activities of SSEL members. Dr. Haleem Farman, Dr. Moustafa M. Nasralla, Dr. Maged Abdullah Esmail, Dr. Ahmad Sedik, and Dr. Mehr E Munir presented their current research. The students showed great interest in the Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) and drone projects. 1/23/2024 10:00:00 AM High School Students
A workshop on Trends, Challenges, and Solutions in AI based Cloud Forensics SSE Lab CE Organizing a Workshop Moustafa M. Nasralla Jay Dave, Nikumani Choudhury, Moustafa M. Nasralla , Vineeta Jain Research The workshop on Trends, Challenges, and Solutions in AI based Cloud Forensics will offer a unique opportunity for scholars and practitioners to address emerging cloud forensics related challenges using AI. These challenges are becoming more urgent and significant as countries worldwide are becoming more dependent on AI and digital networks. Cloud forensics is an essential component in safeguarding digital information stored and processed in cloud computing environments, ensuring its security, integrity, and legal compliance. It guarantees that organizations can efficiently address security breaches, adhere to legal obligations, and protect their digital resources within the ever-evolving realm of cloud computing. The incorporation of artificial intelligence (AI) into cloud forensics has the potential to augment the efficiency, precision, and effectiveness of investigations in cloud computing environments. The workshop invites articles that target trends, challenges, and solutions of cloud forensics using AI. 10/1/2024 9:00:00 AM Workshop Audience
2024 Research Labs Open Day SA Lab CAD PSU Exhibition SA Lab members: Dr Silvia, Dr Rasha, Dr Beatriz and Ms Danielle RIC Exhibition to showcase the achievements of PSU research labs and to foster networking. 2/5/2024
Scientific Board member SA Lab CAD Journal Editorial Board Dr Beatriz Villanueva Cajide VAD. Veredes Member Scientific Board of the Scopus Journal VAD 1/1/2024
Issue 21 SA Lab CAD Reviewer Journal Articles Dr Beatriz Villanueva RITA Article reviewer for number 21 RITA Scopus+ISI journal 2/13/2024
Sustainable Materials for Engineering Applications S&M Lab CE Journal Special Issue Abdul Aabid Materials Journal This newly added Special Issue (SI) of the Materials journal, titled “Sustainable Materials for Engineering Applications”, focuses on the foundations, characterizations, and applications of several sustainable materials. In recent years, there has been an increasing global focus on sustainability and the urgent need to transition towards environmental practices in various industries. Engineering, as a key sector driving innovation and development, plays a crucial role in shaping a sustainable future. This Special Issue aims to explore the latest advancements and challenges in the field of sustainable materials for engineering applications. Sustainable materials encompass a wide range of materials and technologies that minimize environmental impact while maintaining or even improving performance. This Special Issue welcomes original research, review articles, case studies, and perspectives that shed light on sustainable materials’ applications across different engineering disciplines. The objective is to provide a comprehensive platform for researchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners to share their insights, exchange knowledge, and present cutting-edge solutions to address sustainability challenges. 9/1/2023
2nd International Conference on Sustainability: Developments and Innovations (ICSDI 2024) SA Lab CAD Member of the Publication and Review Committee ICSDI 2024 Prof. Abdulhakim A. Almajid Event on Sustainability 2/18/2024
Constelaciones Journal SA Lab CAD Article reviewer Beatriz Villanueva Cajide Santiago de Molina ENTRE LO CONTEXTUAL Y LO CÍCLICO: PARADIGMAS DE LO CONTEMPORANEO EN EL PABELLÓN DE VIDRIO DE SANAA. MAS ALLÁ DE MÁS ALLÁ DE MIES 10/29/2023

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