Mohamed B Abdelhalem Osman , Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Biography
Education
Affiliation
Honours & Awards
Field Of Interest
Work Experience
Community Service
Publications
Funds and Projects
Courses
Office hours

Biography

Courses Added

Courses Added
CourseAcademic yearTerm

CC112 - Structured Programming

2013 Summer View All Content
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CC410 - Systems Programming

2011 Spring View All Content
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CC410 - Systems Programming

2013 Fall View All Content
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CC410 - Systems Programming

2014 Spring View All Content
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CS321 - Systems Programming

2011 Spring View All Content
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CS321 - Systems Programming

2014 Spring View All Content
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CS405 - System Modeling and Simulation

2011 Summer View All Content
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CS427 - Embedded Systems Programming

2011 Fall View All Content
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CS427 - Embedded Systems Programming

2013 Fall View All Content
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CS464 - Soft Computing

2013 Fall View All Content
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CS624 - SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

2011 Spring View All Content
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CS624 - SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

2013 Fall View All Content
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CS700 - Selected Topics in CS

2011 Spring View All Content
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CS700 - Selected Topics in CS

2013 Fall View All Content
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IS700 - Selected Topics in IS

2013 Fall View All Content
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IS700 - Selected Topics in IS

2014 Spring View All Content
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Funds and Projects

  • Globally-Asynchronous Locally-Synchronous (GALS)-based Programmable Low Power High Performance Security Processor
    The Globally Asynchronous Locally Synchronous- based (GALS) Security Processor is based on the Transport Triggered Architecture (TTA) - a dataflow-oriented architecture - which offers higher throughput due to the fact that it parallels the nature of cryptographic algorithms. Internally, the processor is partitioned into 6 regions (1 instruction region, 4 execution regions, and 1 region for interconnection among regions). Each execution region contains a number of Function Units (FU) typically encountered in the implementation of encryption algorithms. FUs grouped in the same execution region are ed to have comparable delay performance. Moreover, each region is governed by its own clock frequency, which allows each FU to run at its own frequency and this – again – contributes to higher throughput. In addition, the decoupled structure of the GALS units makes it possible to clock gate idle regions and thereby reducing the amount of dissipated power. Finally, the asynchrony of regions, in addition to a novel data scrambling technique, renders the processor higher immunity against side channel attacks.
    Funded Project - 1700000 EGP
Fall - 2014
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Wednesday 12pm 3pm

Work Experience

  • Associate professor, Feb 2013 - May 2014
    CCIT
    AAST
  • Assistant Professor, Feb 2009 - Jan 2013
    CCIT
    AAST
  • Lecturer, Sep 2008 - Feb 2009
    Electronics and Communications
    Cairo University
    Teaching
  • Research Assistant, Sep 1999 - Sep 2008
    Electronics and Communications
    Cairo University
    Research
    Teaching

Education

  • PhD in Electronics and Communications, Faculty of Engineering - Cairo University, Sep 2008
  • MSc in Electronics and Communications, Faculty of Engineering - Cairo University, Feb 2003
  • BSc in Electronics and Communications, Faculty of Engineering - Cairo University, Jul 1999

List of Publications

    • A. S. Abo El-Ala, M. A. Assal and M. B. Abdelhalim, "On An Enhanced Framework for Grid Computing Development System (EGDS)" , مجلة البحوث الإدارية, Vol. 3. , 2012.
           
           
    • A. S. Abo El-Ala, M. A. Assal and M. b. Abdelhalim, "On The Design of A Framework for Grid Computing Developing System (GDS)" , مجلة البحوث الإدارية, Vol. 3 , 2012.
           
           
    • G. I. Salama, M. B. Abdelhalim and M. A. Zeid, "Breast Cancer Diagnosis on Three Different Datasets Using Multi-Classifiers" , International Journal of Computer and Information Technology, Vol. 1– No. 1, pp. 36-43 , 2012. [link]
           
           
    • A. Anwar, G. I. Salama and M. B. Abdelhalim, "Video Content Search and Retrieval Using Arabic Closed Caption" , Journal of Al Azhar University Engineer sector (JAUES), Vol. 08 – No. 26, pp 176-185 , 2012.
           
           

Affiliation

  • Applied Soft Computing - Elsevier
  • IEEE
  • SIGDA

Fields of Interest

  • FPGA-Based Design
  • Hardware Software Codesign
  • Soft computing

Honours & Awards

  • Best paper
    Best paper in the 10th International Conference on Electronics, Computer and Computation (ICECCO'13) that was organized in Ankara, Turkey, in November 2013

Community Service

  • Supporting the Local Orphanage
    The College staff buys school supplies for the children & provides Study time with the children. More activities are planned for.

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