Dr. Sahar Selim

Assistant Professor

Dr. Sahar Selim received her bachelor's and M.Sc. degrees from the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Systems at Ain Shams University. She obtained her Ph.D. degree in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) from the Faculty of Computers and Information at Cairo University. Prior to starting her academic career, Selim worked as a software developer for three years.

Before joining Nile University, where she currently holds the position of assistant professor, Selim was a research associate at the Faculty of Media Engineering & Technology at the German University in Cairo. Her research focuses on using machine learning to analyze biological signals for developing applications that enable disabled subjects to interact with computer devices using their brain electroencephalography (EEG).

Dr. Sahar Selim is an active member of multiple research groups at the Center for Informatics Sciences at Nile University, where she has contributed to numerous projects leveraging machine learning for medical applications. Her profound technical expertise is complemented by her interest in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Her research interests primarily revolve around Medical Imaging, Brain Computer Interface, and Neural Engineering.