Nearly 50% of Total 120 Papers for GSRC 2019 Came from Khalifa University Students and Faculty
Khalifa University students and faculty have won five out of 11 Best Paper Awards at the fifth UAE Graduate Students Research Conference (GSRC 2019) that concluded recently.A total of 120 papers were presented at GSRC 2019, of which nearly 50% came from Khalifa University graduate students across various engineering disciplines.
In the ‘Information Technology, Computer Science, And Information Systems Track’, Khalifa University won both the first and second places, while in the Engineering And Physical Sciences Track, the university won the first and third places. The other second place award came in the Business And Management Track.
Khalifa University won first place in the Information Technology, Computer Science, And Information Systems Track for the paper titled ‘Automatic Arabic Text Summarization Based on Fuzzy Logic’ submitted by Lamees Al Qassem, Di Wang and Dr. Hassan Barada, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The other first place award came in the Engineering And Physical Sciences Track for the paper titled ‘Lipoic Acid and Ascorbic Acid as Inhibitors of Human Amylin Aggregation and Cellular Toxicity’ submitted by Sarah Azzam, Suryani Lukman and Dr. Sung Mun Lee, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering.
The paper titled ‘Cryptomining Detection in Container Clouds Using System Calls and Explainable Machine Learning’ submitted by Rupesh Karn and Dr Ibrahim Elfadel, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, won the second place in the ‘Information Technology, Computer Science, And Information Systems Track’. The other second place award came in the Business And Management Track for the paper titled ‘Utilizing System Modelling Techniques in Lean Healthcare Applications’ submitted by Maitha Alkaabi, Dr. Raja Jayaraman, Associate Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Dr. Mecit Can Emre Simsekler, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
A paper titled ‘Engineering an Artificial Biomimetic Lymph Node’ submitted by Aya Shanti, Dr.Cesare Stefanini, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Khalifa University, Bisan Samara, Amal Abdallah, Dr. Jeremy Teo, and Dr. Jiranuwat Sapudom won the third place in the Engineering And Physical Sciences Track.
Khalifa University continues to be a frontrunner in producing cutting-edge research. The University had earlier won five Best Paper Awards at the 2018 GSRC, an exciting interdisciplinary academic platform to share the research being conducted at universities across the UAE.
The GSRC aims to provide opportunities for graduate students to share their research work,receive scholarly feedback and network professionally.
22 April 2019