Mulugeta Libsie

Full Name Mulugeta Libsie
Education attended B. Sc., Statistics

M. Sc., Computer Science

PhD, Computer Science

Academic Rank Assistant Professor
Working for AAU Since 1998
Administrative positions held
  • Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies of the former Faculty of Informatics
  • Chair, Doctoral Programme Research Committee
  • Chair, ICT Advisory Council


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Gold Medal Winner of the Faculty of Science, 1985
Address Campus: Science

Building: Mathematics/Computer Science

Floor number: 1

Office room no.: 231

Office tel.: +251-11-122922

Mobile: +251-911-439815

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Research interest Distributed Systems, Pervasive Systems, Middleware Systems, Language Technology
Publications in reputable journals Yigzaw, M., Boudreau, M., Garfield, M. J., Libsie, M. (2013), “Indigenous Techniques of Knowledge Creation in Qinea Schools of Ethiopian”, HICSS-46, January 7 – 10, 2013, Grand Wailea, Maui, Hawaii.

Metasebia Kassa and Mulugeta Libsie, “A Synchronized Distributed Denial of Service Prevention System”, First International Conference on Advanced Information Technologies and Applications (ICAITA-2012), 28th to 29th December 2012, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Jean-Patrick Gelas, Laurent Lefevre, Teferi Assefa and Mulugeta Libsie . “Virtualizing Home Gateways for Large Scale Energy Reduction in Wireline Networks”, Electronic Goes Green 2012 (EGG), Berlin, Germany, September 2012.

Dessalegn Mequanint, Lionel Brunie, Mulugeta Libsie, and David Coqui, “A Latency Hiding Framework for Enhanced Ubiquitous Access to Big Data in a Constrained Digital Ecosystem: Application to Digital Medical Archives”, The International Conference on Management of Emergent Digital EcoSystems (MEDES), MEDES’12, October 28-31, 2012, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Seid Muhie Yimam and Mulugeta Libsie, “Amharic Question Answering (AQA)”, DIR 2010, 10th Dutch-Belgian Information Retrieval Workshop, January 25, 2010, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.