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Mohammed Seyam is a researcher and educator in the fields of Software Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, and Computer Science Education. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Mansoura University and a Master’s degree in Information Systems from Cairo University, both in Egypt. He then obtained MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Virginia Tech in the USA. He has a Graduate Certificate in Preparing Future Professoriate and is a Fellow of the Graduate Academy for Teaching Excellence at Virginia Tech, where he holds the position of a Collegiate Assistant Professor in its Computer Science Department. Additionally, he is the Department Coordinator for Experiential Learning, where he leads several initiatives to enhance students’ learning through out-of-classroom experiences. Mohammed has 20+ years of experience in teaching university level courses, and he presented and conducted multiple talks and training workshops in different countries. Among other courses, he taught: Database Systems, Usability Engineering, Software Project Management, and Software Engineering.
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