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Ahmed Elbanna

Ahmed Elbanna

Ahmed Elbanna is a lecturer and researcher in mathematical statistics at Tanta University, Egypt, where he teaches pure mathematics and statistics courses such as statistical data mining, information theory, random graphs and data analysis. He also has teaching experience at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He started using the Wolfram Language for his PhD to do simulations, perform data analysis and clustering, write algorithms and plot figures and graphs. He has more recently used the Wolfram Language to analyze satellite images.

Organization:

Tanta University, Egypt

Degrees:

BSc in Statistics and Computer Science, Tanta University, Egypt
MSc in Mathematical Statistics, Tanta University, Egypt
PhD in Mathematical Statistics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Languages:

Arabic, English

Interests:

Coding, photography and traveling