Shock Wave ChaosPhysical Mathematics LabShock Wave ChaosThe Sensors Lab explores new devices, circuits, and systems for future generation low power high-density memory arraysSensors LabThe Sensors Lab explores new devices, circuits, and systems for future generation low power high-density memory arraysLarge-scale urban modeling by deeply integrating acquired and procedural models of urban structuresData-Driven Urban ModelingLarge-scale urban modeling by deeply integrating acquired and procedural models of urban structuresExfoliation of  threading-dislocation-free, gallium nitride ultra-thin, single-crystalline nanomembranesPhotonics LabExfoliation of threading-dislocation-free, gallium nitride ultra-thin, single-crystalline nanomembranesThe CTL is looking at the modeling, design, and performance evaluation of emerging and future communication systemsCommunication Theory LabThe CTL is looking at the modeling, design, and performance evaluation of emerging and future communication systemsInduction of cell death and effects on cell viability of magnetic nanowires on colon cancer cellsMagnetic Nanowires for Biomedical ApplicationsInduction of cell death and effects on cell viability of magnetic nanowires on colon cancer cellsRanking and visualization of 436 brain slice images with interactive surface boxplotSpatio-Temporal Statistics and Data AnalysisRanking and visualization of 436 brain slice images with interactive surface boxplotGenome-scale domain identification, domain function annotation and domain shufflingComparative GenomicsGenome-scale domain identification, domain function annotation and domain shufflingProfessor KetchesonNumerical AnalysisProfessor Ketcheson's group designs and analyzes stability and accuracy of numerical methods for partial differential equationsDevelopment of numerical methods of modeling nonlinear waves to study fluid dynamics, electricity and ectromagnetismNumerical Simulation of WavesDevelopment of numerical methods of modeling nonlinear waves to study fluid dynamics, electricity and ectromagnetismThe MINE group focuses on automatic knowledge discovery from large-scale and complex dataMachine Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering GroupThe MINE group focuses on automatic knowledge discovery from large-scale and complex dataFramework for solving key problems to achieve next-generation user controllable lightpaths in the cloudOptical Network for the CloudFramework for solving key problems to achieve next-generation user controllable lightpaths in the cloudSilicon nanotube FET – high performance, low leakage and area efficiency in one device for smart livingIntegrated Nanotechnology GroupSilicon nanotube FET – high performance, low leakage and area efficiency in one device for smart living
Prof. Elnozahy

Message from Dean Mootaz Elnozahy

The Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) Division plays a central role in the research, teaching, and outreach of the University both because its intellectual domains are evolving rapidly. Read more.​

News

  • CEMSE Startup SONATE: Top 6 at SLUSH Singapore!

    Wednesday, December, 07, 2016

    Out of 700 applications spanning from France to the USA, the KAUST-born cutting-edge startup Solutions for Nanotechnology (SONATE) was awarded the best science-centered company award. Making its way all the way through to the final top 6 it secured a $20,000 funding cheque.
  • Rawan Naous: a student with a knack for success

    Tuesday, November, 22, 2016 “KAUST is a unique place!” said Rawan. “The university has an interdisciplinary environment that offers great opportunities both at academic and social level. Working at KAUST has made possible improving my professional skills while raising a family, a mission impossible for most women out there.”
  • Professor Marc Genton named Distinguished Professor of Statistics at KAUST

    Wednesday, October, 26, 2016 Marc G.Genton, Professor of Statistics in the Division of Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE), has been appointed by KAUST President Jean-Lou Chameau to Distinguished Professor of Statistics.
  • Muhammad Hussain elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS)

    Thursday, October, 13, 2016 ​The Fellowship is an international distinction assigned only to highly selected scientists for their contributions in the fields of APS, and was given to Prof Hussain for contributions to exploration, evaluation, and transition of planar and nonplanar high-k/metal gate complementary metal oxide semiconductor electronics, silicon/silicongermanium/ III-V nanotube devices, and flexible, stretchable, reconfigurable complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor electronic systems.
  • Ph.D. student Muhammad Akram Karimimi among Best Paper Award finalists

    Thursday, October, 06, 2016 Ph.D. student Muhammad Akram Karimimi from the research team of Atif Shamim, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of IMPACT Laboratory  was one of the finalists in the Student Paper Competition at the International Microwave Symposium held in San Francisco, California, in May 2016.
  • Professor Shamim’s Smart Bandage hits Nature Scientific Report and win the IEEE MECAP’16 Best Paper Award

    Tuesday, September, 27, 2016 Professor Shamim’s new cutting edge, flexible and low-cost technology to monitor chronic wounds recently put CEMSE on the map of health care system research. His scientific paper " Low-Cost Inject Printed Smart Bandage for Wireless Monitoring of Chronic Wounds " appeared on Nature Scientific Reports and won IEEE MECAP’16 - Middle East Conference on Antennas and Propagation - Best Paper Award, in Beirut, last September.
  • Flash Microfluidics, rapid Lab on a Chip fabrication method for cost- effective in situ production.

    Thursday, September, 01, 2016 ​From DNA sequencing to environment monitoring, microfluidics devices have been broadly employed, but their production is more and more time-consuming and expensive. Researchers from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, have developed an innovative prototyping method for Lab on a Chip (LOC) production to plummet costs while augmenting performances.
  • Peter Wonka's new query tool, called a relation-augmented image descriptor will change forever querying images online.

    Thursday, August, 18, 2016 Today, querying the massive amounts of images available in online databases such as Instagram can be a time-consuming experience. Researchers from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and the University College London, have developed a new tool that generates image queries based on a geometric description of objects in spatial relationships with potential applications in computer graphics, computer vision and automated object classification.
  • Amin Allam (CEMSE PhD) wins the second prize in the DREAM Challenge 1B

    Monday, August, 15, 2016 Amin Allam (CEMSE PhD student in the InfoCloud group) supervised by Prof Panos Kalnis has won the second prize in the AstraZeneca-Sanger Drug Combination Prediction DREAM Challenge 1B. Amin Allam utilized Bayesian inference to achieve the 2nd place
  • Prof. Salama’s paper hits the top for 6 months in the row!

    Thursday, August, 04, 2016 ​In August 2016, Prof. Salama’s article “Stochasticity Modeling in Memristors”, was for the sixth time consecutively among the most downloaded paper of the month and the most read article in the IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (TNANO).