Graduate Students (Master and PhD)

Current PhD Students:

  • Alia Bahanshal(CS). An Automatic Identification for linguistics Change in Arabic Language Using Linked Data
    Number of published papers: 1
     
  • Ameera Al-Masoud (CS).  A Framework for Enhancing Big Data Integration using Distributed Semantic Similarity Measures in Biological Domain.
    Number of published papers: 1

Current Master Students:

  • Arwa Alrazooq (IT) : EscapeVR: an immersive virtual reality escape room gaming enviornment.

Previous Students from CS, IT and IS:

  • Amani Al-Ajlan (Msc CS-2008).  A Tool to Measure Text Readability Automatically.

    Number of published papers: 4

  • Layan Bin Saleh (Msc IS-2009). Arabic Semantic Web Annotation Tool

    Number of published papers: 1

  • Rasha Al-Eidan (Msc CS-2009). An Automatic measurements of information credibility in Arabic Twitter.

    Number of published papers: 3

  • Nora Al-Rajebah (Msc CS-2010). BUILDING AN ONTOLOGICAL MODEL USING ARABIC WIKIPEDIA

    Number of published papers: 3

  • Ameera Al-Masoud (Msc IS-2011).  A Proposed Semantic Translator for translating Arabic text to Arabic sign language.
    Number of published papers: 2

 

  • Afnan Al-Subaihian (Msc CS-2011). Sentiment Analysis for Modern Arabic in New Media using Human Computation
    Number of published papers: 2

 

  • Mai Al-Ammar (Msc CS- 2012). Indoor Navigation System for Blind Mobile Phone Users
    Number of published papers: 1

 

  • Najd AlMouh (Msc CS-2013). Context Aware Computing for Visually Impaired People
    Number of published papers: 3

 

  • Haifa Al-Ibrahim (Msc CS-2016). Arabic Corpus Annotation Tool
    Number of published papers: 2

 

  • Nora Al-Twairesh (PhD CS-2016): Sentiment Analysis of Twitter: A Study on the Saudi Community
    Number of published papers: 3
     
  • Abeer Ba-Yousef (Msc CS - 2017). Haptic-based system for teaching visually impaired people Arabic writing
    Number of published papers: 2
     
  • Wejdan Al-Tammimi (Msc IT - 2016) : Enhancing Mobile KLM Model for Visually Impaired Users to Measure the Efficiency of Mobile Application Designs
    Number of published papers: 1
     
  • Maram AlMousa (Msc IT - 2017) : Serious Games for Upper Limb Stroke Rehabilitation
    Number of published papers: 1