Awarded Grants/Projects:

 

 

2009:

 

· iNET TransportIntegrating Mobility Scooters with Smart Homes”. In collaboration with DMU, improving the technology support for Mobility scooters for out of home activities.

[2009-10]

· Sport Video Analysis “, Full Ph.D. scholarship, KSA.

[2009-13]

· “SUS-IT:  Sustaining IT use by Older people to promote autonomy and independence”, Multidisciplinary Collaboration Project, New Dynamics of Ageing (NDA) program, (Joint funded by ESRC/BBSRC/EPSRC/AHRC) {This is 1 out of only 6 projects , all over the UK, funded by the NDA this year}. Amr Ahmed is a named investigator on this grant whose partners include Universities of Loughborough, Surrey, Nottingham Trent, Dundee, Middlesex, Anglia Ruskin.                                                                                        [2009-12]

 

· Mastering DHS”, NHS (United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust). The project aims to facilitate a safe (off patient) training to improve the Hands, Eyes and Brain coordination of trainees and junior surgeons, through a computer-based training system.

 

· Interactive Mixed Reality Clinical Training System/Framework”, FED’09. {In collaboration with Acupuncture studies}. The main aim of this project is to contribute to the improvement of the skills of Acupuncture students/trainees by developing an interactive mixed reality computer system for clinical training.

 

· Intuitive Interactive Systems For The Elderly”, UROS’09.

 

· Location Web Based Interactive Visual Index: for Media Diaspora”, UROS’09. {Joint project with Dr Ola Ogunyemi}

 

 

 

2008:

 

· Stylistic Analysis and mining of textual contents“, Full Ph.D. scholarship funded by the University of Damascus, Syria.

[2008-12]

· Virtual Pets: Multilayered Influence Maps for Developing Spatio-Temporal Memory for Virtual Agents in Artificial Life Games”, UROS’08.

 

 

 

2007:

 

· “Semantic Video Analysis and Event Detection“, Full Ph.D. scholarship funded by the University of Damascus, Syria.

[2007-11]

· New Dynamics of Ageing (NDA) Preparatory Network, (Joint ESRC/BBSRC/EPSRC/AHRC), “(Preparatory Network) SUS-IT:  Sustaining IT use by Older people to promote autonomy and independence”; Amr Ahmed is a named investigator on this network grant whose partners include Universities of Loughborough, Surrey, Nottingham Trent, Dundee, Middlesex, Anglia Ruskin, amongst 30 other partners.

[2007-08]

· vCSI: Virtual Crime Scene Investigation Using GameEngines”, UROS’07.

 

 

  I always welcome any potential collaborator and/or potential researcher/student to contact me to discuss any potential research ideas. {See “Vacancies” page for current vacancies}

 

 

Research Proposals:

 

2009

 

· Mastering DHS”, NHS (United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust).

· FED’08 {“Interactive Mixed Reality Clinical Training System/Framework”: In collaboration with Acupuncture: Dr Fanyi Meng}.

· UROS’09 {“Intuitive Interactive Systems For The Elderly”}.

· UROS’09 {“Location Web Based Interactive Visual Index: for Media Diaspora”: Jointly with Journalism: Dr Ola Ogunyemi}

 

 

2008

 

· NDA (New Dynamics of Ageing) collaborative Research Proposal {SUS-IT}.

· UROS’08 (ElderIT)

· UROS’08 (Virtual Pets)

· UROS’08 (AI in games)

 

2007

 

· ERC-StartingGrant: AQEF.

· EU-FP7: MIRACLE.

· INSTRUCTS – Mental Health.

· UROS’07 (vCSI)

 

2006

 

· EU-FP6: ARIA.

· NDA preparatory network.

· ITN Arabic Handwriting.

· SPARC initiative.

 

 

  I welcome any potential collaborator and/or potential researcher/student to contact me to discuss any potential research ideas. {See “Vacancies” page for current vacancies}

Projects/Proposals

Dr Amr Ahmed

Senior Lecturer

School of Computer Science, University of Lincoln

BEng(Hons), MSc, PhD, MBCS

Dr Amr Ahmed

School of Computer Science

University of Lincoln

Brayford Pool

Lincoln

LN6 7TS                

United Kingdom

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