"She Leads" Event We Promote diversity and inclusion in STEM fields by the power of SHE. "
As part of our ongoing efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in STEM fields, we were thrilled to invite you and your female students to "She Leads," an upcoming event hosted by IEEE NU that aims to empower and inspire women in STEM. "She Leads" will feature a variety of presentations and talks from experienced professionals in the field, sharing their insights and experiences on overcoming obstacles and achieving success in STEM careers. Let's Welcome our distinguished Speakers: Prof. Samhaa El-beltagy - Dean School of Information Technology, New Giza University Parliament Representative
" In Pursuit of Japanese-style Research and Education of Computer"
It's a great pleasure to host Prof. Kazunori Ueda, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Waseda University at the School of Information Technology and Computer Science to discuss In this talk, He will discuss the role of a lab-based (or project-based) approach to the research and education of computer software based on his recent projects on programming language design and implementation. Talk Title: " In Pursuit of Japanese-style Research and Education of Computer" Software: Experiences with Software-Centered Research Projects
"The Evolution of Software/Hardware Interaction" by Prof. Mohamed Zahran
Do you want to learn more about Software and Hardware? Software and Hardware have evolved independently from each other for decades. This has changed. With the new era of AI, High-Performance Computing, IoT, and the end of Moore's law, software and hardware have to evolve together (i.e. hardware/software co-design). Why did this happen? What does this mean for the new generation of researchers? What are possible research problems? In this talk titled "The Evolution of Software/Hardware Interaction" session by Prof. Mohamed Zahran, will answer these questions and raise more questions. Prof