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Zeinab Haroon

Country of origin: Sudan Currently in: Sudan, Khartoum General field of specialization: Computing and Information Technology
Academic Background


2019 Master Mathematical sciences
2016 Undergraduate Physics
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities

Computing and Information Technology

The current research is in Machine learning- computer vision. Getting access to Kitti Dataset which has been recorded from a moving platform while driving in and around Karlsruhe, Germany. It includes camera images, laser scans, high-precision GPS measurements and IMU accelerations from a combined GPS/IMU system. The Research objective is to check if there some diversity of performance across collection spots doing spatial analysis and computer vision testing models.

Current profession

Current professional activities type: 
Higher Education Study
Undergoing a research phase in Computer vision as a master student at African Master’s in Machine Intelligence (AMMI-Program). Being an assistance teacher at Khartoum university (2016-2019) where I taught Physics for students of science and engineering faculties in First, Second, Third and Fourth laboratories. Worked as a Python language Tutor/mentor and translator where I Tutored some courses (Python Programming language) with Dr Jedrek Burakiewicz, Software Engineer at Tesla Dynamic Coils.

Workshop and Conference Attended

2016 Sudan, Khartoum 'KWAMS2017'​ In Advance Materials Sciences
2018 Sudan, Khartoum Materials and Nanotechnology Research Center (MNRC), Khartoum (Sudan) Degree NameWorkshopField Of StudyNanotechnology Application
2018 Sudan, Khartoum TReNd Africa Degree NameWorkshopField Of StudyNeuroscience as a Multidisciplinary Field.


Sudanese Marie Curie Initiative (SMCI)
Prizes, Grants and Awards

Other Awards

Jul 2019
Master Research three minutes talk
I was as well semi-finalist winner in the 'final research three minutes' talk at the institute where I had to present a talk in three minutes in the 'the study of the optic nerve' research topic. The award received at African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS Cameroon) on June 2019

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