Sep. 2009 - Jul. 2014: B.E. in Communications and Electronics Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt
Oct. 2015 - Mar. 2018: M.S. in Communications and Computer Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Apr. 2018 - March 2020: Ph.D. in Information and Communications Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan (Dropped)
Apr. 2020 - Current: Ph.D. in Quantum Computing Software, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan
System-level design methodology for dependable/fault-tolerant systems and embedded systems.
Approximate computing significance analysis on a software level, machine learning, data analysis.
Moving the ideology of approximate computing from the classical computer side to the quantum side.
Quantum Information Technology, Quantum algorithms, Quantum Visualization, Quantum Debugging.
- Journal Paper, Sara Ayman Metwalli, François Le Gall, and Rodney Van Meter, “Finding Small and Large k-Clique Instances on a Quantum Computer.” IEEE transactions on Quantum Engineering, vol. 1, pp. 1-11, 2020.
- Poster presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli, François Le Gall, and Rodney Van Meter, “A Practical Quantum Approach to The k-clique Problem.” IEEE Quantum Week.
- Virtual Conference. Oct. 2020.
- Workshop Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli “Quantum Search with Python and Qiskit”, Woman Who Code DataPy, Nov 2019, Atlanta, USA.
- Workshop Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli “Programming Quantum Teleportation”, Woman Who Code CONNECT Asia, August 2019, Singapore.
- Journal Paper, Sara Ayman Metwalli, and Yuko Hara-Azumi. "SSA-AC: Static Significance Analysis for Approximate Computing." ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) 24.3 (2019): 34.
- Poster Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli, and Yuko Hara-Azumi, “SEA-AC: Symbolic Execution-based Analysis towards Approximate Computing.” IEEE MICRO51, Fukuoka, Japan Oct. 2018 [Peer reviewed].
- Summit Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli, and Todd Tilma, “Building an OpenStax-based MATLAB Grader Homework System for a Physics Class.” Mathworks Asia Summit. Tokyo, Japan Sept. 2018.
- Research Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli, and Yuko Hara-Azumi, "Systematic Analysis Framework of Variables Significance towards Approximate Computing,"VLSI設計技術研究会 (VLD) 信学技報, vol. 117, no. 455, VLD2017-94, pp. 31-36, 那覇, 2018年2月28日.
- Research Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli “Systematic Analysis Framework for Approximate Computing Techniques”, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. 2016.
- Oral Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli, Hideki Mori and J. S. Cross, "Going Deep with edX Insights on TokyoTechX: Introduction to Deep Earth Science - Part I", Open edX Con, Palo Alto, Jun. 14th, 2016. [peer-reviewed].