Mohamed Elawady

Mohamed Elawady

Lecturer in Data Science

University of Stirling


I am an university lecturer in data science at university of Stirling. Previously, I was a lead computer vision researcher at Parisian startup Qopius. In 2019, i was awarded PhD degree in computer vision at Hubert Curien laboratory - Lyon university, under the supervision of Christophe Ducottet (Leader, Image Analysis and Understanding team). I was previously a MSc intern at Heriot-Watt university, Edinburgh in the school of engineering and physical science, Vision lab under the supervision of Neil M. Robertson (Director of research for speech, image and vision systems, Queen’s university of Belfast). In addition, i was awarded triple-degree 2-years european masters in Vision and Robotics (VIBOT) with Erasmus Mundus scholarship (2012-2014). Plus, I am the winner of 2D reflection symmetry competitions (among participants) in ICCV'17 workshop: detecting symmetry in the Wild.


  • Computer Vision
  • Image Processing and Analysis
  • Robotics Vision


  • PhD in Computer Vision, 2019

    Jean Monnet/Lyon University (France)

  • Joint European Msc in Computer Vision and Robotics, 2014

    University of Burgundy (France), University of Girona (Spain), Heriot-Watt University (United Kingdom)

  • BSc in Computer Science, 2007

    Suez Canal University (Egypt)

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  • Computing Science & Mathematics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Stirling, Airthrey Road, Stirling, Scotland, FK9 4LA