Noureldien Hussein, Ph.D.
|2005-2012||Faculty of Engineering||Ain Shams University, Egypt|
|2014-2015||ElectricFaculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences||University of Southampton, Southampton, England, United Kingdom|
|2016-2020||Informatics Institute||University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|2020-2020||Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, United States|
Area:Computer Vision, Applied Machine Learning
Noureldien Hussein is a computer scientist, specialized in computer vision and applied machine learning. He is interested in teaching computer machines on how to understand videos. This overarching goal can be broken down into several tasks, such as action recognition, video retrieval, video representation learning, temporal modeling, video captioning, and many more. Speaking of his educational background, he did his Ph.D. in video understanding at the University of Amsterdam. During his Ph.D. studies, he conducted a few industrial internships at Microsoft and Qualcomm. Earlier on, he studied his M.Sc. in artificial intelligence at the University of Southampton in Southampton, the UK, and his B.Sc. in computer and system engineering at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt. During his undergraduate studies, he competed in Imagine Cup, a software development competition for students, run by Microsoft, where he won first place in mobile development in 2012.