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SMIU & University of Cologne Germany agree to collaborate in academic research

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Sindh Madressatula Islam University (SMIU) and University of Cologne Germany have agreed to collaborate in academic research collaboration and exchnage program between the two universities.

The first online meeting was held between the two universities, attended by the SMIU Vice Chancellor Professor Mujeebuddin Sahrai Memon and Professor Syed Asif Ali of SMIU while Professor Jürgen Hescheler and Dr Raja Ghazanfar Sahito from University of Cologne, Germany.

Briefing the research work of SMIU, Prof Asif said about the current explosive growth in artificial intelligence in the field of health care. He also shared about the various applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Stem Cell Biology, including understanding the comportment of Stem Cell, recognizing individual cell type before undertaking differentiation, classification of Stem Cell using mathematical models and AI based techniques.

Prof Asif specially focused on neural networks, machine learning and deep learning. He also shared the information about his research projects at SMIU’s Department of Artificial Intelligence and are closely related to stem cell biology, including transform the life of Down Syndrome persons, AI based tools and techniques for early detection and management of stress in various scale.

Professor Memon talked about research collaboration and exchange program at university level and to sign the memorandum of understanding and to formalize the work and share his suggestions regarding the association of both universities in term of conducting lecture series, workshops, funded research projects, faculty and student exchange and the visit of delegate for the making great research connections.

Professor Hescheler appreciated the research being conducting at Department of Artificial Intelligence and Mathematical Science of SMIU.

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