Amr Bakry has strong theoretical background and computer software engineering experience. He is currently doing research in computer vision. In the Applied Sciences Group, Amr is investigating speech recognition.
Amr is a PhD candidate in Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey. His thesis is for building a novel machine learning methodology for solving several computer vision problems such as lip-reading, object classification and view point estimation in images and activity recognition. Amr has received his Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Alexandria University in Egypt, and his Bachelor’s degree in computer science and automatic control from the same university.
Amr likes to spend some time with his small family. His preferred hobby is soccer. In his spare time, Amr likes reading, swimming, and playing squash and volley ball.