Graduated (PhD), 2019

Mahmoud SalemI am currently a Graduate Student in Electrical & Computer Engineering department at University of Waterloo, Canada. I got my BSc degree in Computer Engineering at AinShams University, Egypt in 2010.  I worked for almost 3 years at Valeo Egypt (Automotive Embedded Systems R&D Centre of the French multinational company), where I worked on Autosar projects for camera-aided parking systems passing through a complete software development life cycle. My research interests include Software Engineering, Embedded Systems and GPUs. 

University of Waterloo

Publications with this group


Salem, M., G. Carvajal, T. Liu, and S. Fischmeister, "Assessing the Robustness of Arrival Curves Models for Real-time Systems", Intl. Conference on Formal Modeling and Analysis of Timed Systems, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 23--40, 2019. PDF icon [pdf] (972.27 KB)


Carvajal, G., M. Salem, N. Benann, and S. Fischmeister, "Enabling Rapid Construction of Arrival Curves From Execution Traces", IEEE Design & Test, vol. PP, issue 99, 2017.


Salem, M., M. Crowley, and S. Fischmeister, "Anomaly Detection Using Inter-Arrival Curves for Real-time Systems", International Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), Toulouse, France, 2016. PDF icon [pdf] (2.88 MB)


Zadeh, M. Mehdi Zein, M. Salem, N. Kumar, G. Cutulenco, and S. Fischmeister, "SiPTA: Signal Processing for Trace-based Anomaly Detection", Proc. of the International Conference on Embedded Software (EMSOFT), New Dehli, India, pp. 1--6, Oct., 2014. PDF icon [paper] (357.43 KB)