Dr. Muhammad Sharjeel
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Area of Interest: Data Science, Computational Linguistics, Machine Learning
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007  

Online Teaching Resources

CSC461 - Introduction to Data Science: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOV_6e4FVb7wuX3jgiZ0hw

CSC101 - Introduction to Computing: https://sites.google.com/a/ciitlahore.edu.pk/introtocit/course-material


Journal Papers:
1. Iqra Muneer, Muhammad Sharjeel, Muntaha Iqbal, Rao Muhammad Adeel Nawab, and Paul Rayson (2019), "CLEU - A Cross-Language English-Urdu Corpus and Benchmark for Text Reuse Experiments", Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, pp: 729-741, Vol: 70, Issue: 7, Impact Factor: 2.41    (External URL)
2. Sara Sameen, Muhammad Sharjeel, Roa Muhammad Adeel Nawab, Paul Rayson, and Iqra Muneer (2018), "Measuring Short Text Reuse For The Urdu Language", IEEE Access, Standard: 2169-3536, Impact Factor: 3.224    (External URL)
3. Muhammad Sharjeel, Rao Muhammad Adeel Nawab, and Paul Rayson (2017), "COUNTER - Corpus of Urdu News TExt Reuse", Language Resource and Evaluation (LREV), pp: 777–803, Vol: 51, Issue: 3, Standard: 1574-0218, Impact Factor: 0.738    (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Muhammad Sharjeel, Mehwish Fatima, Saba Anwar, and Rao Muhammad Adeel Nawab (2018) "Multilingual Author Profiling on SMS", Forum for Information Retrieval Evaluation (FIRE)    (External URL)
2. Muhammad Sharjeel, Paul Rayson, and Rao Muhammad Adeel Nawab (2016) "UPPC - Urdu Paraphrase Plagiarism Corpus", Language Resource and Evaluation    (External URL)


Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Apr 2015 to Jun 2020
Swinburne University Of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
Feb 2007 to Jan 2009
Department Of Computer Science, University Of Peshawar
Feb 2002 to Feb 2006


Assistant Professor
CIIT Lahore
Dec 2013 to Date
CIIT Lahore
Feb 2011 to Dec 2013
University Of Lahore
Feb 2009 to Feb 2011

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