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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Didaktik der Informatik | Informatik und Gesellschaft

Ahmed Hassan, M.Sc.

Ahmed Hassan, M.Sc. Adresse: Rudower Chaussee 25, Raum 3.405
Telefon: +49 30 2093-3184 
E-Mail: hassanah@informatik.hu-berlin.de

Ahmed Hassan received his Master's degree in Software engineering from UET Peshawar Pakistan in August 2015. His thesis title was “Multi-touch collaborative gesture recognition based user interfaces as behavioral interventions for children with the autism spectrum disorder.

He was a lecturer at Software Engineering Department of UET Peshawar (Mardan Campus) and University of Malakand, Pakistan. He joined the research group of Prof. Pinkwart in October 2017 on DAAD scholarship for PhD.  He is currently doing research in the area of  Multi-touch collaborative gesture recognition systems for fostering social behavior of children with the autism spectrum disorder.



A. Hassan and N. Pinkwart. On the Adaptability and Applicability of Multi-touch User Interfaces Addressing Behavioral Interventions for Children with Autism. IETE Technical Review, Taylor & Francis, March 2019. A. Hassan, Z. Danish, and A. Badshah. Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm is More Effective on Small Size Data-sets as Compared to Large Size Data-sets in Data Clustering. International Journal of Computer Applications, volume 180, issue 11, January 2018. A. Abdullah, M. Ali, and A. Hassan. An Early Alert System for Traffic Congestion based on Social Messages on Smartphones. International Journal of Computer Applications, Foundation of Computer Science, volume 133, issue 11, 2016. A. Hassan, M. Shafi, and M. I. Khattak. Multi-Touch Collaborative Gesture Recognition Based User Interfaces as Behavioral Interventions for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: A Review. Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, volume 35, issue 4, 2016. A. Hassan and Z. Danish. Multi-touch user interfaces to treat social, communicative and collaborative impairments in children with autism: a review. International Journal of Computer Applications, Citeseer, volume 117, issue 7, 2015.