Mohamed Assem Ibrahim

Mohamed Assem Ibrahim 

PhD Candidate
Department of Computer Science
William & Mary
McGlothlin-Street Hall 101B
Williamsburg, VA 23187


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Curriculum Vitae


I am a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at William & Mary. My research interests include all aspects of computer architecture, specifically data-parallel architectures (e.g., GPUs), CPU-GPU heterogeneous architectures, and interconnection networks. I am a research assistant in Insight Computer Architecture Lab advised by Assistant Professor Adwait Jog.

I received my BSc and MSc in Computer Engineering from Cairo University, Egypt. My MSc thesis was supervised by Professor Hatem El-Boghdadi. While working as a teaching assistant at Cairo University, I was also a Research Software Development Engineer (RSDE) at Nile University with Associate Professor Tamer ElBatt, and a Software Engineer at Inmobly with Professor Hesham ElGamal and Associate Professor Nayer Wanas.

Recent News

  • July 2020: Our submission Analyzing and Leveraging Shared L1 Caches in GPUs got accepted @ PACT 2020.

  • January 2020: Internship at AMD Research starting May 2020.

  • December 2019: I passed my PhD Oral Exam.




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