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Eng. Ahmed Hussein, M.Sc.

ahmed hussein

Position: Lecturer 

Email: ahussein [at] ing.uc3m.es

Telephone: +34 916 24 9970

Address: Av. Universidad 30, Agustin de Betancourt, 28911 Leganés, Madrid, Spain

Office: 1.3.B13

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Brief Bio

Ahmed Hussein graduated with a Master of Science degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the German University in Cairo (GUC), Berlin campus, in May 2013, and received his PhD in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in September 2018. He has been working with the Intelligent Systems Lab (LSI) research group at since March 2014. His research interests are focused on intelligent transportation systems fields, sensors data fusion, autonomous systems control, optimization techniques, computational intelligence and cooperative vehicles systems. Ahmed is Student Activities Chair for the IEEE ITSS Spanish Chapter, the General Co-Chair and Financial Chair of the IEEE ICVES 2018, and member in the organizing committee of IEEE RST 2016, IEEE ICVES 2017, IEEE ITSC 2018, and IEEE IROS 2018, among others.

 

Projects

Awards

  • Best Student Paper Award
    10th International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI2015, IEEE)
    November 2015
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Selected Publications

  • Conference Paper, 2016
    Ahmed Hussein, Pablo Marín-Plaza, David Martín, Arturo de la Escalera and José María Armingol (2016). “Autonomous Off-Road Navigation using Stereo-Vision and Laser-Rangefinder Fusion for Outdoor Obstacles Detection”. In Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV2016), pp. 104-109. IEEE.
  • Conference Paper, 2016
    Pablo Marín-Plaza, Jorge Beltrán, Ahmed Hussein, Basam Musleh, David Martín, Arturo de la Escalera and José María Armingol (2016). “Stereo Vision-based Local Occupancy Grid Map for Autonomous Navigation in ROS”. In International Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (VISAPP2016), pp. 701-706. SCITEPRESS.
  • Book Chapter, 2016
    David Martín, Pablo Marín-Plaza, Ahmed Hussein, Arturo de la Escalera and José María Armingol (2016). “ROS-based Architecture for Autonomous Intelligent Campus Automobile (iCab)”. Chapter in UNED Plasencia Revista de Investigacion Universitaria, Vol. 12, pp. 257-272. Agbatanero.
  • Conference Paper, 2015
    Ahmed Hussein, Abdulla Al-Kaff, Arturo de la Escalera and José María Armingol (2015). “Autonomous Indoor Navigation of Low-Cost Quadcopters”. In proceedings of International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI2015), pp. 133-138. IEEE.
  • Book Chapter, 2015
    Alaa Khamis, Ahmed Hussein and Ahmed Elmogy (2015). “Multi-robot Task Allocation: A Review of the State-of-the-art”. Chapter in Cooperative Robots and Sensor Networks 2015, pp. 31-51. Springer International Publishing.
  • Journal Paper, 2014
    Ahmed Hussein, Mohamed Adel, Mohamed Bakr, Omar M. Shehata and Alaa Khamis (2014). “Multi-robot Task Allocation for Search and Rescue Missions”. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Vol. 570. No. 5. IOP Publishing.
  • Conference Paper, 2013
    Ahmed Hussein and Alaa Khamis (2013). “Market-based approach to Multi-robot Task Allocation”. In proceedings of International Conference on Individual and Collective Behaviors in Robotics (ICBR2013), pp. 69-74. IEEE.
  • Journal Paper, 2013
    Mohamed Badreldin, Ahmed Hussein, and Alaa Khamis (2013). “A Comparative Study between Optimization and Market-Based Approaches to Multi-Robot Task Allocation”. In Advances in Artificial Intelligence Journal, vol. 2013, pp. 1-11. Hindawi Publishing Corporation.
  • Conference Paper, 2012
    Ahmed Hussein, Heba Mostafa, Mohamed Badreldin, Osama Sultan and Alaa Khamis (2012). “Metaheuristic Optimization Approach to Mobile Robot Path Planning”. In proceedings of International Conference on Engineering and Technology (ICET2012), pp. 1-6. IEEE.
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