- A.S. Sayyad, T. Menzies, and H. Ammar: On the Value of User Preferences in Search-Based Software Engineering: A Case Study in Software Product Lines. In the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’13). San Francisco, USA. May 2013.
- A.S. Sayyad, J. Ingram, T. Menzies, and H. Ammar: Scalable Product Line Configuration: A Straw to Break the Camel’s Back. In the International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE’13). Palo Alto, USA. November 2013.
- A.S. Sayyad, K. Goseva-Popstojanova, T. Menzies, and H. Ammar: On Parameter Tuning in Search-Based Software Engineering: A Replicated Empirical Study. In the International Workshop on Replication in Empirical Software Engineering Research (RESER’13). Baltimore, USA. October 2013.
- A.S. Sayyad and H. Ammar: Pareto-Optimal Search-Based Software Engineering: A Literature Survey. In the International Workshop on Realizing Synergies between Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering (RAISE’13). San Francisco, USA. May 2013.
- A.S. Sayyad, J. Ingram, T. Menzies, and H. Ammar: Optimum Feature Selection in Software Product Lines: Let Your Model and Values Guide Your Search. In the Workshop on Combining Modeling and Search-Based Software Engineering (CMSBSE’13). San Francisco, USA. May 2013.
- A.S. Sayyad: Student attitudes towards active learning methods in a senior-year computer engineering course. INTED 2016.
- Ala' Hashesh, Ahmad Salameh, Othma Al-khamra, and A.S. Sayyad: Intelligent data extraction system using regular expressions. NTIT 2017.
Dr. Abdel Salam Sayyad obtained his Bachelor's degree from Birzeit University in 1998 and his Master's degree from the University of Maryland in the United States in 2000. He worked as an electronic design engineer in the United States from 2000 to 2005. He then joined Birzeit University as a faculty member. In 2011, he left BZU to pursue his doctoral studies in Computer Engineering, which he finished in 2014 from West Virginia University. He then spent a semester as a Visiting Assistant Professor at St. Mary's College of Maryland before returning to BZU. His research interests are in Multi-Objective Optimization, Search-Based Software Engineering, and Empirical Studies in Software Engineering.
For more visit his website at http://abdelsalamsayyad.com/