- M.Sc. in Computer Science, KAUST, 2012
- B.Sc. in Computer Engineering, The American University in Cairo (AUC), 2010
Honors & Awards
- Corporate Life Competition (CLC) Winner, Olympic Group, Egypt. 2010
- Recipient of the “Exemplary Student Award”, CSE Department, AUC. 2010
- Recipient of a “Certificate of Academic Honor”, CSE Department, AUC. 2010
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Mohamed Ibrahim is a Ph. D. candidate in High-Performance Visualization Group (HPV) under the supervision of Prof. Markus Hadwiger at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). He is expected to graduate in May 2019.
Education and Early Career
He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the American University in Cairo (AUC) in 2010. Later on, he obtained a Master’s degree in Computer Science from KAUST in 2012.
Mohamed Ibrahim research is concerned with Large-Scale data visualization. He's especially interested in visualizing data obtained via Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations. In addition, he did some research in 3D shape deformation, 3D shape synthesis, and 3D shape editing.
Honors and Awards
Mohamed Ibrahim earned many awards during his bachelor studying. He received the Exemplary Student Award and the Certificate of Academic Honor from CSE Department at the American University in Cairo in 2010. At the same year, he was awarded the Corporate Life Competition (CLC) Winner from the Olympic Group in Egypt.
Mohamed Ibrahim has many publications in his research area. The most recent publication that he co-authored with the members of the High-Performance Visualization Group was the “Screen-Space Normal Distribution Function Caching for Consistent Multi-Resolution Rendering of Large Particle Data” IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.