Bio: Ahmed Hassan, Dean, Nile University, Egypt
Ahmed Hassan Yousef is the Software Engineering Research Group Leader at the Center of Informatics Science, Nile University, Egypt and the Dean of Information Technology and Computer Science School since 2018. He is a full professor at the Computers and Systems Engineering Department, Ain Shams University since 2017. He the chairman of IEEE, Egypt Section since 2020. He was the director of the Electronic and Knowledge Service Center and the Egyptian Universities Network (EUN), Supreme Council of Universities from 2014 to 2018, and directed previously the Information and Communication Technology Project from 2008 to 2014. He got his Ph.D., M.Sc and B.Sc in 2004, 2000 and 1995 respectively. His research interests include High Performance Computing, Software Engineering, Data and Web Mining, Artificial Intelligence.
Abstract: A success story (case study) of REN role to Provide High Performance Computing to Scientific Researchers
Solving machine vision problems is very important in medical diagnostic applications and security applications including radar. However, they are usually very complex to be solved with high accuracy in a reasonable time. Current approaches are using either machine learning utilizing deep neural network or deterministic approaches. Although deterministic solutions offer closed-form solution which avoids iterations, these solutions are very far from real time because it is computationally expensive. In this presentation, research and education networks are utilized to implement the closed-form solution using eight different GPU techniques. The experimental results demonstrate speedups of more than 150× compared to the original CPU implementation.