I am an assistant professor in Ontario Tech University leading the Image and Video Understanding (IVU) lab. Previously I was a Postdoctoral researcher working with Professor Richard Wildes in York University. I am currently focused on video understanding, fewshot video understanding, fewshot video segmentation and spatiotemporal models interpretability. I was also a vector affiliate. I obtained my PhD in 2021 under Professor Martin Jagersand supervision working in vision for robotics. My thesis was focused on learning video object segmentation from limited labelled data, where I was working on the intersection between
video object segmentation and fewshot object segmentation. I did internships in Huawei HiSilicon research
(2019), Nvidia Deep Learning for Autonomous Vehicles Research (2018), and Valeo Vision Systems (2017). I was a member in a team of 4 in the KUKA Innovation
Challenge 2018, where our team was one of the top 5 finalists. Previously I finished my Masters degree in Informatics from Nile University, Egypt, 2013. I also received an Honours BSc in Computer Science from Ainshams University, Egypt, 2010.
Research Interests: Computer Vision, Deep Learning, Fewshot Learning, Video Object Segmentation, Video Understanding, Spatiotemporal Models Interpretability.
Mennatullah Siam*, Naren Doraiswamy*, Boris N. Oreshkin*, Hengshuai Yao, Martin Jagersand (equally contributing)
ICCV 2019.Paper Code
ICRA 2019.Paper Dataset
Mennatullah Siam, Sara Eikerdawy, Mostafa Gamal, Moemen Abdel-Razek, Martin Jagersand, Hong Zhang