Education

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Academic Background

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

Research Interests

Overview:

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.

Publications/ Presentations:

  1. 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.  Accepted (to appear in 2021).
  2. Poster presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli, François Le Gall, and Rodney Van Meter, “A Practical Quantum Approach to The k-clique Problem.” IEEE Quantum Week.
  3. Virtual Conference. Oct. 2020.
  4. Workshop Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli “Quantum Search with Python and Qiskit”, Woman Who Code DataPy, Nov 2019, Atlanta, USA.
  5. Workshop Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli “Programming Quantum Teleportation”, Woman Who Code CONNECT Asia, August 2019, Singapore.
  6. 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.
  7. 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].
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Research Presentation, Sara Ayman Metwalli “Systematic Analysis Framework for Approximate Computing Techniques”, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. 2016.
  11. 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].