Short biography

Ahmed GawishAhmed Gawish finished his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from the Faculty of Computers and Information, Cairo University 2001, 2006 respectively. In June 2011, Ahmed joined the VIP lab as a Ph.D candidate working under the supervision of prof. Fieguth.


Paul Fieguth

Research interests

My research areas include image processing (statistical), machine learning, and computer vision. I am working under the supervision of prof. Fieguth.

Research topics

Computer Vision

Image Segmentation/Classification

Multiresolution Techniques


Conference papers

Gawish, A.C. Scharfenberger, H. Bi, A. WongP. Fieguth, and D. A. Clausi, "Robust Non-Saliency Guided Watermarking", Conference on Computer and Robot Vision, March, 2016. Details

Gawish, A., and P. Fieguth, "External forces for active contours using the undecimated wavelet transform", accepted, IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, Québec city, Québec, Canada, 2015. Details

Gawish, A.P. Fieguth, S. Marschall, and K. Bizheva, "Undecimated Hierarchical Active Contours for OCT Image Segmentation", IEEE International Conference on Image Processing ICIP, 2014. Details

Haines, L., K. Carter, S. Marschall, A. GawishA. WongP. Fieguth, L. Sorbara, and K. K. Bizheva, "Comparison of Corneal Thickness Measured with Swept Source Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomographer, Pentacam and Ultrasound", ARVO Orlando, Fla., May 4 – 8, 2014. Details

Carter, K., S. Marschall, A. GawishP. Fieguth, L. Sorbara, and K. Bizheva, "Accuracy evaluation of scleral lens thickness and radius of curvature using high-resolution SD- and SS-OCT", SPIE Photonics West, 2014. Details

Marschall, S., A. Gawish, Y. Feng, L. Sorbara, P. Fieguth, and K. Bizheva, "In-vivo imaging of keratoconic corneas using high-speed high-resolution swept-source OCT", SPIE, vol. 8802, 2013. Details

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