From a Bachelor of Science to a Ph.D.

Mohab Mohamed Mohamed Eid Qishawy, a student in his last year at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Department of Computer Engineering, Nile University, grade 3.65/4.
He was accepted into the Ph.D. program at the College of Computer Engineering at McMaster University for 4 years on a full scholarship under the supervision of Dr. Amir Abdel Hady.
The aim of the Ph.D. is to design systems that contribute to the development and improvement of computer architectures that train neural networks and their use in the field of artificial intelligence.
Mohab Eid expressed his experience, saying: "I started learning programming at the age of 15 under the supervision of Engineer Amin Gamal, the regional director in Egypt for the International Programming Competition for Universities, I participated in the Egyptian Olympiad in Informatics for the year 2015 and won the bronze medal, and then participated in the "Intel" competition for projects. In the scientific year 2017 and got third place in the field of integrated programs and systems after completing high school, I got a full scholarship to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Nile University for a bachelor's degree, during my university years I worked in a number of research projects that resulted in more than 5 researches in A number of international scientific journals, conferences, and books on the practical applications of artificial intelligence in medicine, education, and agriculture.
I also published my first research with Dr. Ali Wagdy, Ph.D. in Statistics and Systems Development at the American University in Cairo, now
And a number of university colleagues got training in WINC (Wireless Intelligent Network Center) at Nile University as a research assistant during my third year of university, and after that, I worked at Helwan University as a researcher in artificial intelligence part-time under the supervision of Dr. Mahmoud Al-Maslawy, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University, and Dr. Hadeer Ahmed, Department of Computer and Electronics Engineering at the university, published a research aimed at improving practical learning systems at the university using artificial intelligence. These researches were published in the IEEE Access journal and at a scientific conference in Saudi Arabia."