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Research at the COE Department. COE Workshop September 2009. Team Members. Dr Baroudi Dr Abdel-Aal. Additional contributions from:. Dr Mayez Dr El-Rabaa Dr Ahmed Al-Mulhem. Note: Aspects related to funded research activities are handled by a separate report. Status: Structure.

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research at the coe department

Research at the COE Department

COE Workshop

September 2009

team members
Team Members
  • Dr Baroudi
  • Dr Abdel-Aal

Additional contributions from:

  • Dr Mayez
  • Dr El-Rabaa
  • Dr Ahmed Al-Mulhem

Note: Aspects related to funded research activities are handled by a separate report

status structure
Status: Structure
  • Four informal research groups:

 Networks & Communication

 Computer Architecture

 VLSI & Digital Design

 Computer Applications

  • No regular research seminars by faculty
status publication products
Status: Publication Products

Annual figures based

on 2-year data for

2006 & 2007


Ration for COE is

about a 1/3 that for SE

80% of COE journal

publications are in

ISI journals

status group productivity comparison
Status: Group Productivity Comparison

2-year data

for 2006 & 2007

Based on paper topic

Not group affiliations

  • Emphasis on conference rather than journal publications
  • Some use of low quality journals
  • Level of research activities varies widely among the four groups
  • Groups mainly tackle teaching rather than research activities
  • Lack of regular research seminars by faculty
  • Poor attendance of faculty in graduate student research seminars/proposals/defenses
  • Inadequate showcasing of faculty research activities for the benefit of graduate students
  • Hassle in meeting DGS requirements when forming thesis committees
  • Poor dissemination of research results and insights gained from conference attendance
  • Do we have enough good topics for the increasing number of graduate students?
  • Inadequate record keeping of data on research activities at the Department level
  • Encourage multidisciplinary and applied research that addresses the needs of, and leads to applications for, the kingdom
  • Need established senior research leaders in core areas who can steer visionary research in topical areas and guide activities of junior faculty and graduate students
  • Reorganize groups to reflect changes in research priorities
  • Define research groups more formally: Group coordination, regular meetings/seminars, pool of graduate students, website, etc.
  • Improve dissemination through enhancing the culture of giving/attending seminars: Regular seminars + seminars on: Project/Thesis Proposals, End of project, Return from conference, Return from sabbatical, etc.
  • Provide guidance to junior faculty in areas such as: grouping with others, utilizing conferences, selecting journals, attracting graduate students, applying for research funds (DAD style support)
  • Establish a web page for each research group that provides links to published papers, lists of funded projects, patents, current topics available for graduate research, etc.
  • Promote use of open-source (versus commercial) software in our research for improved learning, collaboration, and continuity, as well as reduced cost
  • Improve quality of record keeping of research activities/products by the department