Full Name

Hassan Ayad


Assistant Lecturer


Department of Mathematics


Faculty of Science


Cairo University


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Contact Details

Department of Mathematics, Cairo University St., Giza 12613, Egypt



Brief Biography

Hassan Ayad was born in Giza, Egypt. He received his B.Sc. degree in 2008 in Mathematics and Computer Science from Cairo University. In 2014, he got an M.Sc. degree in Computational Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University. He is currently a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. M. H. Annaby, Prof. Jürgen Prestin and Dr. M.A. Rushdi. He has been appointed as a Demonstrator since 2010, and from 2014, he holds the position of an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Cairo University. His current research interests are  are primarily in Multimedia security, Digital Watermarking, signal and Image processing.

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Assistant Lecturer

Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics



Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics

Research Interest

Information Security, Multimedia Signal Processing, Data Analysis

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Selected Publications


  • Annaby, Mahmoud H., Hassan Ayad, and Muhammad A. Rushdi. "On security of image ciphers based on logic circuits and chaotic permutations." Multimedia Tools and Applications (2017): 1-22.
  • Farag, T.H., Hassan, W.A., Ayad, H.A., AlBahussain, A.S., Badawi, U.A. and Alsmadi, M.K., 2017. Extended Absolute Fuzzy Connectedness Segmentation Algorithm Utilizing Region and Boundary-Based Information. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, pp.1-11.


  • Abdelrazik, M., H. A. Ayad, T. H. Farag, and M. Hammed, "Fuzzy Connectedness Application in Lithological Classification", 11th International Conference on the Geology of the Arab World , Egypt, 5 April, 2014.
  • Ayad, H. A., and T. H. Farag, "Hybrid Automated Segmentation Algorithm based on Absolute fuzzy connectedness", The First International Conference on New Horizons in Basic and Applied Science , Hurghada, 30 Septemeber, 2013.

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