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Dr Shereen Fouad

Senior lecturer in Computer Science

School of Computing and Digital Technology
Email:
shereen.fouad@bcu.ac.uk

Dr Shereen Fouad is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment at Birmingham City University, UK. She is also an Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute of Clinical Sciences, The University of Birmingham, UK. 

Dr Fouad has a PhD (2010–13) in the field of Machine Learning from the School of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham, UK. She also holds a BSc and MSc in Information Systems from the School of Computer and Information Sciences, Ain Shams University, Egypt. 

Dr Fouad's current research interest is primarily in the field of Machine Learning, Medical Imaging Analysis and Data analytics for Cyber security applications.

Dr Fouad is currently involved in various Enterprise and research projects within BCU; she is acting as a principle investigator of the Perseus project that is an Innovate UK/APC (Advanced Propulsion Centre) funded project led by Jaguar Land Rover. She is also acting as project leader of the 4net Knowledge Transfer Partnership project that that is an Innovate UK funded project.

Dr Fouad worked as a research fellow in a number of research projects including EPSRC project that involved University of Birmingham and Exeter University. 

She is currently leading two modules in the Postgraduate (MSc) level (Data Mining and Advanced Databases), she is also teaching Data Structures and Algorithms to undergraduate students. She is supervising 3 PhD students who are investigating the use of AI and ML techniques in medical imaging as well as cyber security. 

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