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
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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

  • Dominik L. Michels receives the first Procter & Gamble Faculty Award

    Sunday, December, 10, 2017 ​​Dominik L. Michels recently received the first Procter & Gamble (P&G) Faculty Award. His long-term collaboration with P&G envisages the technological transfer of computational tools that utilize state of the art achievements in artificial intelligence and machine learning.​
  • Ph. D. Student Khalil Elkhalil nominated finalist for the Best Student Paper Award in the IEEE MLSP Conference

    Monday, November, 20, 2017 Ph. D. Student Khalil Elkhalil nominated finalist for the Best Student Paper Award in the IEEE MLSP Conference, Tokyo, Japan, for his new paper "Asymptotic Performance of Regularized Quadratic Discriminant Analysis Based Classifiers". ​
  • VSRP intern Muwei Zhang’s first-author paper hits the headline of the Physica Status Solidi Journal

    Wednesday, November, 01, 2017 ​Professor Xiaohang Li’s Visiting Student Research Internship Program (VSRP) intern, Muwei Zhang has recently published his first-author paper “Structural and electronic properties of wurtzite BxAl1–xN from first-principles calculations” on the Physica Status Solidi (b) Journal
  • Facebook AI new language explained by KAUST Professor Xiangliang Zhang

    Tuesday, October, 24, 2017 ​Last summer, Bob and Alice, two robots developed by the Facebook AI Research (FAIR) started to talk in an English-based new language. Could this fact be considered a milestone for Artificial Intelligence? And most important of all, does intelligence make a machine alive?
    We asked these and other questions to Xiangliang Zhang, Professor of Computer Science (CS) and Director of the Machine Intelligence & kNowledge Engineering (MINE) at KAUST.
  • Announcement for Internship Opportunities

    Thursday, October, 12, 2017 The Division of Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) is pleased to announce the Saudi Summer Internship  2018 (SSI2018). The CEMSE Saudi Summer Internship is an 8-12 week research programme designed to introduce in-kingdom students to topics of research in our Division.​

    Deadline: November 1st 2017​

  • CEMSE’s Professor Boon Ooi appointed Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA)

    Monday, October, 02, 2017 ​KAUST Professor Boon Ooi has been appointed Fellow of the Optical Society of America for his pioneering contributions to optoelectronic device technologies, particularly in light emitting devices in visible wavelengths, and their applications to lighting and optical communications. 

  • CEMSE’s new underwater wireless optical communication (UWOC) opens new frontier for off-shore control system

    Sunday, October, 01, 2017 A KAUST team, led by Professor Shihada and Professor Ooi designed a reconfigurable, high-quality real-time video streaming over an underwater wireless optical communication (UWOC) link up to 5 m distance that could be the answer to off-shore control system needs.
  • PhD student Mohammad Shaqura finalist for the Best Student Paper Award at ICMA 2017

    Wednesday, September, 20, 2017 ​CEMSE Ph.D. student Mohammad Shaqura was recently selected as a finalist for the Best Student Paper Award at the IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation, ICMA 2017. The paper was among 10 finalists out of over 500 papers for various ICMA awards. ​​

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  • Professor Alouini honored at OIC Summit on Science and Technology 2017

    Sunday, September, 17, 2017 Mohamed-Slim Alouini, Professor of Electrical Engineering in the Computer, Electrical, and Mathematical Sciences & Engineering Division (CEMSE) was recently honored with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Science and Technology (S&T) Achievement Award from the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev. 

  • KAUST Ph.D. student Lukas Larisch wins the PACE 2017 Challenge

    Thursday, September, 14, 2017 ​Lukas Larisch, a KAUST Ph.D. student in Computer Science working under the supervision of Professor Gabriel Wittum, won the PACE 2017 Parameterized Algorithms and Computational Experiments Challenge. The award ceremony that took place in Vienna, Austria, at the beginning of September this year has been held during the ALGO Congress at the International Symposium on Parameterized and Exact Computation (IPEC 2017).