• Solh, Roaa

    Dr. Solh, Roaa

    Assistant Professor

    Dr. Soloh holds the position of Assistant Professor at Rafik Hariri University, College of Arts & Sciences. She successfully earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Lebanese University, Lebanon, in 2022, and also holds a degree in Mathematics from Le Havre University – Normandy, France. Since completing her doctorate, she has been actively involved in teaching various courses at Rafik Hariri University, covering a diverse range of topics such as Web Programming, Database Structure, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Mobile Application Development, Image Processing, and Computer Vision.

    Dr. Soloh's primary research interests include Computer Vision, Web Development, Image Processing, and Natural Language Processing. Throughout her research journey, she has contributed to international conferences and authored book chapters. Additionally, she serves as a reviewer for articles in several journals within her research field.



    • Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Lebanese University, Lebanon, and Mathematics from Le Havre University, Normandy, France (2022).
    • Research Master's degree in Computer Science and Risk Management from Lebanese University (2017).
    • B.Sc. in Computer Science from Beirut Arab University (2016).


    Professional Interests:

    • Computer Vision
    • Image Processing
    • Web Development



    • Member of the Syndicate of Computer Sciences in Lebanon



    • Book Chapters
    1. Soloh, A. Rammal, M. El-Abed, “Brain Tumor Recognition and Classification Techniques”, ISBN: 9780443240287, Data Science in the Medical Field.
    • Journal Publications
    1. Soloh, A. El Chakik, H. Alabboud, A. Shahin, and A. Yassine.” Brain Tumor Segmentation Based on α - Expansion Graph Cut”. International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology (Publishing Stage)
    • Conference Papers

    R. Soloh, A. El Chakik, H. Alabboud, A. Shahin,  and A. Yassine. “3D Mesh Matching using Surface Descriptor and Integer Linear Programming”, EJONS 12th International Congress on Mathematics, Engineering and Natural Sciences, pp.338-347, 2021.