Mohamed A. Kerasha

Mohamed A. Kerasha

Visiting Assistant Professor

Computer Science & Engineering
The University of Connecticut
371 Fairfield Road, Unit 1155
Storrs, CT 06269-1155
Office: ITEB 260
Phone: (860) 486-6282
Fax: (860) 486-4817
  • Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Computer Science and Engineering, 2003.

  • M.Sc., Rochester Institute of Technology, Computer Science, 1995.

  • B.Sc., Helwan University, Electrical Engineering, 1988.


Research Interests:
  • Forecasting
  • Grid Computing
  • Adaptive Scheduling
  • Multimedia and Visualization
  • Distributed and Parallel Computing
Grid Computing Laboratory
Recent Publications:
  • M. Kerasha and I.R. Greenshields, "Compression of Sequential Images", 12th IEEE Symposium on Computer Based Medical Systems, 1999.

  • M. Kerasha and I.R. Greenshields, "Learning Algorithms for Task Distribution in a Metacomputing Environment", High Performance Computing, 2001.

  • I.R. Greenshields and M. Kerasha , "A Multi-Agent Architecture for Distributing Processes in a Collaborative Computational Medical Grid", HealthCom, 2001.

  • M. Kerasha and I.R. Greenshields, "HUSKY :A Multi-Agent System for Adaptive Resource Allocation in Computational Grids", ISSPIT, IEEE, 2001.

  • M. Kerasha and I.R. Greenshields, "HUSKY: A Multi-Agent System For Adaptive Scheduling of Grid-Aware Applications", (Presented) High Performance Computing Conference (HPC), 2002.

  • M. Kerasha and I.R. Greenshields, "Adaptive, Multi-resolution Visualization of Large Scale Sequential Images in Computational Grids", High Performance Computing Conference (HPC), 2003.

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