I am a researcher at the Lebanese National Center for Remote Sensing - National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS) where I have established the Geospatial Earth Observation (GEO) group. I earned a Ph.D. in Computer Communication in 2013 and was with Toyota Motor North America, InfoTech Labs at Mountain View, USA before joining CNRS in 2015 where I also acted as the coordinator of the Lebanese National Innovation Transfer Network.
I have more than 30 publications with special research focus on geospatial urban sensing, transportation and urban features extraction from aerial imagery using deep learning techniques. I develop tools to automate the process of urban features extraction and collect crowd-sourcing data from various sources. Evidence gained from my models and data analysis provides policymakers and key stakeholders with insights to design tailored regulations and safety countermeasures for urban social good. In the past, I made research contributions to vehicular cognitive networks and IEEE P1609 standard Working Group.
The first comprehensive Lebanese Building Footprints autonomously generated using Deep Learning.
Programming, Algorithms, Deep Learning, Data Science
Machine Learning, Image and Signal Processing, Deep Learning, Vehicular Communications, Channel Estimations
Operations Research, Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Numerical Algorithms, Computer Science
Cloud, Data Protection, IoT Security, Access and Usage Control
Data Analytics, Cloud, Data Engineering, Data Visualization
Microservices, Linux, Code refactoring, Databases, Data Manipulation, Algorithms
Network Security, Penetration Testing
Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Networking
5G, Vehicular Network