Dr. Kareem Darwish

Kareem Darwish
Senior Scientist
Arabic Language Technologies
+(974) 4454 0628

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Kareem Darwish is a senior scientist at QCRI with interest in information retrieval, digital libraries, and natural language processing. 

Previous Experience

He finished his PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2003 under the supervision of Douglas W. Oard. He worked as a researcher at the Cairo Microsoft Innovation Lab and the IBM Human Language Technologies group in Cairo. He also taught in the Electrical Engineering Department at the German University in Cairo and the Faculty of Computer and Informatics at Cairo University. He supervised/mentored many Masters students, research assistants, and research engineers. Many of them have moved on to prestigious graduate programs at Carnegie Mellon, Purdue, Dublin City University, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and Columbia University. He has also established three startups in the areas of electronic publishing, news aggregation, and audio production. He joined QCRI in February 2011 as the founding member of the ALT group. 

 

Professional Experience

 A senior scientist at QCRI with interest in information retrieval, digital libraries, and natural language processing, Kareem Darwish consulted with Kevric, a bioinformatics firm in Maryland, and worked as a researcher at the Cairo Microsoft Innovation Lab and the IBM Human Language Technologies group in Cairo. He also taught in the Electrical Engineering Department at the German University in Cairo and the Faculty of Computer and Informatics at Cairo University.

 

 

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Education

Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park, 2003
MS, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park,1999 
BS, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park,1995

Selected Research

 

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In the Media

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Why are so many researchers moving to Qatar?

22/06/2016

Three academics explain what makes the country and its research scene so attractive

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What does your phone reveal about you? Experts claim they can predict your age and income from your apps

21/06/2016

What does your phone reveal about you? Experts claim they can predict your age and income from your apps Study examined thousands of apps and demographic info of Android users They found that there ...

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App developed in Qatar a big hit among foreign researchers

29/05/2016

Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) senior software engineer Hossam Hammady and lead scientist Dr Mourad Ouzzani. DOHA: A unique application developed in Qatar is widely helping medical ...

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Upcoming Events

Past Events

2016

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Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference 2016 (ARC'16)

Download ICS File 22/03/2016  - 23/03/2016 ,

The Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference 2016 (ARC’16) will be held on 22nd and 23rd March,2016 at the Qatar National Convention Center. The conference aims to advance Qatar’s ambitious ...

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Coding is Cool 2016

Download ICS File 21/03/2016 , QNCC Room 215-217

Organized by Qatar Computing Research Institute and MIT-Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

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Self-Driving Cars Are Coming - Public Talk by Daniela Rus

Download ICS File 20/03/2016 , QNCC Room 215-217

Abstract: We spend a lot of time in out cars, yet this is a part of our lives where we have been vulnerable to the world's leading cause of bodily harm. Now, the digitization of practically ...

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QCRI’s Rayyan app a hit with foreign users

29/05/2016

Rayyan, a data analytics system developed by the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) to automate systematic reviews, has now attracted 1,000 users from 50 countries mostly in Europe. The system...

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World Humanitarian Summit invites QCRI to showcase research

18/05/2016

QCRI’s Social Computing team members discuss plans for the summit with Dr Ahmed Elmagarmid (second from left). The Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), one of Hamad bin Khalifa University’s ...

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QCRI in deal with UK’s Speechmatics to take Arabic transcription technology global

16/05/2016

UK-based company Speechmatics is to use technology developed by the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), a division of Hamad bin Khalifa University, to take Arabic speech-to-text services to ...

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