Dr Hussein Adnan Mohammed
Principal Investigator Cluster
Current and Finished Projects
Cluster of Excellence 'Understanding Written Artefacts' (UWA) (2019-2025)
- Principal Investigator of project RFA05 (2022-2025):
Similarity Measurement of Visual Patterns in Written Artefacts
- Principal Investigator of project RFA05 (2019-2022):
Pattern Recognition in 2D Data from Digitised Images and Advanced Aquisition Techniques
SFB 950 'Manuscript Cultures in Asia, Africa and Europe' (2011-2020)
- Research Associate in the scientific service project Z03 (2015-2019):
Image Processing Methods for Determining Visual Manuscript and Character Features
Dr. Hussein Mohammed received his masters degree in informatics engineering from the University of the Algarve and continued his work on shape detection and recognition as a research associate at the computer vision lab of the same university in Portugal. In October 2015, he moved to Hamburg University in order to continue his research in the field of computational document analysis. In March 2019, he received his doctoral degree in computer science from Hamburg University for his work in computational analysis of handwriting styles. Since July 2019, he is a principal investigator at the Cluster of Excellence: Understanding Written Artefacts in Hamburg University. His main research interests are pattern recognition, machine learning and computer vision.
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- The Conference: Artificial Intelligence and Ancient Writing Cultures. Title of Talk: 'Beyond Textual Content: Analysing Patterns in Written Artefacts'. Bologna, Italy, 26.01.2023.
- The Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT), the panel: NATURAL AND COMPUTER SCIENCES FOR THE STUDY OF WRITTEN ARTEFACTS. Title of Talk: 'Pattern Analysis for Ancient Written Artefacts', Berlin, Germany, 12.09.2022.
- The Arabic Manuscript Day. Title of Talk: 'Recognition of shapes and analysis of handwriting in manuscripts using artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques', Cairo, Egypt, 27.05.2022.
- The 2021 International Online Groningen Symposium. Title of Talk: 'Pattern-Recognition Approaches for Handwriting-Style Analysis', University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands, 07.04.2021
Workshop: On the Sanskrit manuscript culture of Kashmir. Title of talk: 'Pattern Analysis for Manuscript Research: From Theory to Application'. CSMC, Hamburg, Germany, 07.03.2020.
Workshop: Experts workshop of OCR for Arabic-script Languages. Title of talk: Pattern Recognition in 2D Data. University of Maryland, Maryland, USA. 29.01.2020.
- The 29th International Congress of Papyrology. Title of the talk: 'Computational Analysis of Handwriting Styles in Heavily Degraded Manuscripts.', Universita del Salento, Lecce, Italy. 31.07.2019.
- D-scribe project. Title of talk: 'Writing styles in Digitised Manuscripts', Universität Basel, Basel, Switzerland, 22.11.2018
- Workshop Text-Object-Person (TOP). Title of talk: 'Computational Analysis of Handwriting Styles', University of Heidelberg, Germany, 27.06.2018.
- The second International Workshop on Computational Paleography (IWCP2023). San José, California, USA, 25.08.2023.
- Hands-On Workshop on Pattern Analysis Software Tools (PAST). CSMC, Hamburg, 13.04.2022.
- International Session on Computational Systems for Ancient Written Artefacts (CSAWA). La Rochelle, France, 22.05.2022.
- The first International Workshop on Computational Paleography (IWCP2021) Lausanne, Switzerland, 07.09.2021.
- Pattern Analysis for Manuscript Research. CSMC, Hamburg, 25.02.2020 (Abstract).
Tutorial and Training
- Computational Analysis of Historical Documents. San José, California, USA, 24.08.2023.
- Introduction to Computer Vision and Visual-Pattern Analysis, and Introduction to the Pattern Analysis Software Tools (PAST). Bologna, Italy, 26.01.2023.