11th International Conference on
Intelligent Systems: Theories and Applications

19-20 October 2016 - FST Mohammedia - Morocco

03 July 2016
12 June 2016
07 September 2016
25 September 2016
19-20 October 2016

SITA Conference
SITA'16 is the 11th International Conference on Intelligent Systems: Theories and Applications. It is a major international scientific event organized with the objective of bringing together researchers and industry professionals sharing the Intelligent Systems passion. SITA‘16 aims at presenting the latest research works dealing with emerging Theories and Applications of Intelligent Systems. Emphasis will be particularly laid on the contribution of these new theories in solving the complex problems that many scientific and industrial communities encounter. SITA‘16 will be held on October 19th and 20th 2016 at Faculty of Sciences and Techniques of Mohammedia (FSTM), Mohammedia, Morocco.

Previous editions of the conference
SITA'16 is a continuity of previous editions since 2001:
  • SITA'15: organized by ENSIAS-Rabat
  • SITA'14: organized by INPT-Rabat
  • SITA'13: organized by EMI-Rabat
  • SITA'12: organized by FST-Mohammedia
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  • SITA'10 organized by ENSIAS-Rabat
  • SITA'08 organized by INPT-Rabat
  • SITA'06 organized by FST-Mohammedia
  • SITA'04 organized by ENSIAS-Rabat
  • GIISI'02 organized by INPT-Rabat
  • GIISI'01 organized by FST-Mohammedia
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    Topics and Scope of the Conference
    Theory, Methods and Tools: Bayesian and Probabilistic Methods - Measures of Information and Uncertainty - Evidence and Possibility Theories - Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic - Rough Sets - Approximate Reasoning - Multiple Criteria Decision Methods - Aggregation Methods - Swarm Approaches - Graphical Models - Machine Learning - Big data - Evolutionary Computation - Neural Networks - Constraint Programming.
    Application Fields: Intelligent Systems and Information Processing - Image, Audio and Video Processing - Networking and Telecommunication - Databases and Information Systems - Information Retrieval and Fusion - Mutli-Agent Systems - Games - Pattern Recognition - Natural Langage Processing - Robotics - Internet of Things and Embedded Systems - Web Mining - Medicine and Bioinformatics - Finance - Software Engineering - Industrial Engineering.

    Journal Special Issues
    8 to 12 selected papers from SITA 2016 will be invited to submit revised and extended versions (to be reviewed) for a special issue of AI & Society: Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication: http://link.springer.com/journal/146.

    Call For Papers


    Intelligent Systems: Theories and applications (SITA) is a conference for the presentation, the discussion and the dissemination of theories and applications of intelligent systems. It is the result of fruitful cooperation between many universities and institutions. This conference brings together leading scientists, researchers and academics in Intelligent Systems from around the world.


    This conference aims at presenting the latest research works dealing with up-to-date and emerging theories of Intelligent Systems together with their applications in different engineering fields: Distributed Computing, Telecommunications, Networking, Robotics, Data Mining, Big Data Mining, Pattern Recognition, Image, Audio and Video Processing. Emphasis will be particularly laid on the contribution of these new theories in solving ... show more the complex problems that many scientific and industrial communities encounter.


    Authors are invited to send their original and previously unpublished papers (6 pages maximum) in English following the template: word or latex. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
    The full papers should be submitted to the SITA'16 submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sita16 . ... show more
    Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for possible publication in indexed international Journals. Research still in early stages and doctoral research proposals may be submitted as extended abstracts.
    Accepted abstracts will be included in a special poster session.


    Sebastian Ventura
    Sebastian Ventura

    Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. University of Cordoba
    Dpt. Computer Science and Numerical Analysis. University of Cordoba
    Campus Universitario de Rabanales. Edificio Albert Einstein
    14071 Córdoba (SPAIN).

    Sebastian Ventura (M’07-SM’09) is currently Full Professor on Computing and Artificial Intelligence in the Department of Computer Science and Numerical Analysis at the University of Cordoba, where he heads the Knowledge Discovery and Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory. He received his B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in sciences from the University of Cordoba, Spain, in 1989 and 1996, respectively.
    He has published more than 200 papers in journals and scientific conferences, and he has edited three books and several special issues in international journals. He has also been engaged in 12 research projects (being the coordinator of four of them) supported by the Spanish and Andalusian governments and the European Union. His main research interests are in the fields of soft-computing, machine learning, data mining, and their applications. Dr. Ventura is a senior member of the IEEE Computer, the IEEE Computational Intelligence and the IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Societies, as well as the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).

    Issmail El Hallaoui
    Issmail El Hallaoui

    Associate Professor
    Department of maths and industrial engineering
    Polytechnique Montreal and GERAD
    University of Montreal

    Issmail El Hallaoui received his bachelor degree in 1996 from ENSIAS, Morocco and Ph.D. degree in 2006 from Polytechnique Montréal. He is currently Associate Professor of Operations Research at Polytechnique Montréal. He occupied visiting positions at some prestigious universities: MIT (Massachussets Institute of Technology, USA) in 2010, University of Waterloo (Canada) in 2012, KFUPM (King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia) in 2016.
    He developed several exact primal approaches for hard degenerate/combinatorial problems including the famous set partitioning problem. He is also active in the field of real time optimization. He published in top journals like Math. Programming and Operations Research. His research is well supported by Canadian and Quebecer funding centers and by the industry.

    Special Sessions

    Smart E-learning

    Resp. : Pr. A.Naji

    The first Workshop on smart E-learning will be held in conjunction with the conference SITA'16 in FST of Mohammedia, October 2016. The workshop plans to focus on adaptive and adaptable Learning.

    Original research papers in (but NOT limited to) the following fields of research are solicited:

    • Adaptive learning systems
    • Self-regulated and self-directed learning
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    • Social network in E-learning
    • Smart classroom
    • E-learning assessments
    • Knowledge management and organizational learning
    • Learning design and design approaches
    • Cloud Computing in E-learning
    • E-learning specifications, standards and interoperability
    • E-learning using Data mining
    • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
    • Contact : abdelwahab.naji@gmail.com

    Internet of Things & Embeded Systems

    Resp. : Pr. M.Hamlich

    Progress in new information technologies and communication has pushed humans to imagine intelligent cities, connected cars and other applications. Intelligent cities will allow quick and easy access to information. They will also facilitate household chores, save and master the consumption of energy. There would be more green spaces and less pollution. ... show more

    Lately most of countries are making great efforts to build smart cities. Achieving this goal requires the latest equipment and infrastructures. The installation of connected sensors, smart grids and computer applications will be necessary to analyze all the data collected. This analysis will help decision makers take precautions to deal with the different problems that can appear as emerging diseases.
    SITA could not ignore the industrial revolution, due to permanent changes in technology (M2M, the Internet of Things, Embedded Systems, Smart Cities, eHealth ...). That is why it will honor the embedded systems of the future and the IoT in a dedicated space. Aims and Scope:

    • Embedded systems
    • Internet and mobile computing
    • IoT architectures.
    • IoT/M2M management
    • RFID for IoT
    • IoT for health applications
    • IoT for smart cities
    • IoT for environmental applications
    • IoT for traffic monitoring
    • IoT and sustainable Growth
    • IoT for smart grids
    • Emerging applications of IoT
    • Emerging concepts of IoT
    • Green IoT
    • IoT and social benefits/impact
    • Contact : moha.hamlich@gmail.com


    Resp. : Pr. A.Marzak

    E-Orientation aims at helping students to build their carrer plans and acheive professional success. The guidance is based on feedbacks and statistics of already graduated students, and also on personal and professional interests, motivation, and intellectual abilities. These data are usually collected using psychometric tests and evaluation questionnaires. Contact : marzak@hotmail.com


    Resp. : Pr. A.TRIBAK & M.Bellafkih

    The domain of telecommunications is metamorphosing further to the liberalization and further to the evolutions of information technologies and company of the services. All the types of networks interconnect and create a value added with the integration of the services in the financial, economic, commercial domains, the communication... This workshop will deal with these domains which are spirit to create the wealth of the current society

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    of the information and the knowledge.
    The subjects approached on this workshop of SITA’16 ; Networking, Telecommunications, LTE, IMS, 3G, 4G and 5G, WiFi, Optical fiber, Services and QoS, Tracking systems Service with value added… The workshop aims to offer the opportunity for researchers and practitioners to exchange issues, challenges, new technologies and solutions of some following topics :

    • Radio Access and Spectrum cluster
    • Pervasive Mobile & Ambient Wireless Communications
    • Network Function Virtualization
    • Mobile Cloud Networking, Planning and Dimensioning
    • Cluster and Smart Grid
    • Optical Wireless Communications
    • Embedded Systems and Smart Wearable Devices
    • Sensor Networks and RFID Technologies
    • Antenna theory and feed subsystems
    • RF circuits & devices for wireless communication
    • Programmable Infrastructure
    • Optimization Theory Approaches to Scheduling of Wireless Transmissions
    • Optimization Concepts for Capacity Analysis of Wireless Communications
    • Cognitive Radio and Networking for Cooperative Coexistence of Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
    • Network Graphs & Algorithms in Communication Networks
    • M2M networking for IoT-based Intelligent Environments
    • Mobile Broadband Network Planning and Resource Management
    • Real-Time Monitoring of Available Bandwidth
    • Bargaining Model and Broker Model for Cloud Marketplace
    • Resource Optimization in Ad Hoc and Wireless Mesh Networks
    • Interaction Among Mobile Cloud Computing Service Provider and Users
    • Generating Road Traffic Information from Cellular Networks
    • LTE Tracking Area Management
    • Risks and Compliance Issues for Mobile Cloud Networking
    • Software Development Platform and Enabled New Applications
    • Cloud Service-Level Agreements and Cloud Context-Level Agreements
    • Energy Efficient Resource Allocation for Cloud-based Systems
    • Developing energy-efficient wireless network design in 4G LTE in relation to Quality of Service (QoS)
    Contact : bellafkih@inpt.ac.ma

    Smart Grid

    Resp. : Pr. A.En-nouaary

    Nowadays, Smart Grid is considered one of the pillars of sustainable economic, environmental and societal growth of modern countries. It is an evolved grid system that manages electricity demand, distribution and production in an intelligent, user-friendly and reliable manner, based on advanced communication and information technologies. As such, Smart Grid easily supports the automatic management of power outages and the integration of

    ... show more renewable energy sources, as well as the implication of consumers as an active actor in energy production and adaptive consumption. The ultimate objective of this workshop on Smart Grid of SITA’16 is to bring together researchers and developers from academia and industry for advancing the science, engineering, and technology of Smart Grid. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
    • Communication and networking technologies for Smart Grid
    • Security and performance evaluation of Smart Grid solutions
    • Microgrids and virtual power plants (VPPs)
    • Power electronics and devices for microgrids and distribution systems
    • Distributed generation, storage, and load resources in microgrids
    • Smart Grid modeling, simulation and verification
    • Smart Grid standardization and implementation
    • Smart Grid services (SM, EV, DR, DER …)
    • Smart Grid platforms and tools
    • Case Studies and applications
    • Contact : abdeslam@inpt.ac.ma

    Health Supply Chain Management

    Resp. : Pr. A.Berrado & L.Benabbou

    Healthcare supply chain management involves designing, planning and operating decisions to deliver healthcare services meeting patients’ needs and priorities. These decisions call upon a plethora of frameworks and tools to render the healthcare logistical systems robust in the presence of many sources of uncertainty and several conflicting objectives (medical, social, cultural, economics and risks). ... show more This requires structuring, modelling and solving different classes of complex real world problems as applied to healthcare systems (strategic planning, forecasting, pharmaceutical products’ segmentation, demand management, pricing and revenue management, risk management, inventory management, transportation, network design, and reverse logistics) In emerging countries, managing healthcare supply chains is more challenging due to additional constraints. It remains, however, necessary to improve them to give patients access to responsive and more affordable health care services. This session aims to present theoretical advances and applications of Supply Chain Management tools to tackle healthcare supply chain problems. This session welcomes contributions from all areas in Healthcare SCM. The topics include, but are not limited to:

    • SCM applications in healthcare
    • Healthcare supply chain strategy
    • Segmentation of medical products and customers
    • Agility in Healthcare Supply Chain
    • IT and RFID technologies for SCM
    • Medical products Inventory Management
    • Transportation, networks and warehousing management
    • Healthcare supply chain risk management
    • Reverse healthcare logistics
    • Collaboration across the healthcare supply chain
    • Healthcare decision support systems
    • Green supply chain in healthcare
    • Supply chain redesign in the healthcare industry
    • For any question, please contact Dr. Aziz BERRADO at :berrado@gmail.com or Dr. Loubna BENABBOU at : benabbou@emi.ac.ma

    Health Informatics


    1) Workshop aims and goals:
    The purpose of the health informatics workshop is to provide a more interactive and focused platform for presenting and discussing new and emerging health-related ideas. This workshop aims to attract various researchers for sharing and exchanging their awareness of current research issues regarding health informatics. Submission of papers presenting original unpublished work should address current research topics in health informatics, including (but not limited to):

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    • New approaches to measurement, evaluation, comparison and improvement of health informatics
    • Digital health literacy
    • Electronic health/medical record applications
    • Personal health record applications
    • Clinical decision support systems
    • Health data minging and dataset visualization
    • Audit of e-Health systems
    • Privacy / security issues for health data and systems
    • Health databases and repositories
    • Remote health care services
    • Risk management in health informatics

    The workshop technical program committee members will review all submitted papers. All workshop papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
    2) The organizers:

    • Prof. Ali IDRI, ENSIAS, Rabat, Morocco
    • Dr. Sofia OUHBI, ENSIAS, Rabat, Morocco
    • Prof. José Luis FERNANDEZ-ALEMAN, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain

    3) Important dates:
    a) Submission deadline: 15 June 2016
    b) Notification of acceptance: 15 July 2016
    c) Camera-ready version: 07 September 2016
    d) Workshop day: 19 October 2016

    For any question, please contact Dr. Sofia Ouhbi at :ouhbisofia@gmail.com

    Arabic natural language processing

    Resp. : Pr. M. KISSI, Pr.M. AL-SAREM

    The Arabic language presents researchers and developers of natural language processing applications for Arabic text and speech with serious challenges. The purpose of this session is to present some solutions that would guide current and future practitioners in the field of Arabic natural language processing (ANLP). Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topics:

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    • Opinion mining, sentiment analysis, social networks
    • Speech processing and text-to-speech
    • Text categorization and clustering
    • Information retrieval, information extraction
    • Text mining
    • Contact : kissim@gmail.com

    Exhibition Program


    SITA'16 will host Demos and exhibitions of Smart Applications and Smart Robots during the conference days.

    Scientific researchers working on Smart Robots and developers will be given the opportunity to present the abilities of their Smart Robots and their software applications to draw the attention of industrials and guests.

    Program Smart Applications:
    Authorship attribution in Arabic poetry using machine learning
    Ahmed Alfalahi (INPT,FSTM)
    Realization of Transport Management System
    Mouhcine Tassine (FSTM)
    Gaze tracking used in education system
    Asmaa Darouich (FSTM)
    A mobile application based on a recommendation system
    Khalil Laghmari (FSTM)

    Program Smart Robots:
    Yvann lionel Onguene, RakotoArinor O Tantely (SUPAERO Casablanca)
    Soufiane Mhidra, Chafik Ahmed Amine, Wifak Anass (ENSAM Casablanca)
    Mouaad El mornan, Oussama Rholam (EMSI Casablanca)
    Mohcine Chami, Youssef Rochdi, Abdelmoughite Ljoyadi (EMSI Casablanca)



  • Registration is required for all participants of SITA 2016.
  • To be published in the SITA 2016 Conference Proceedings an author of an accepted paper is required to register for the conference and the paper must be presented by an author of that paper at the conference unless the conference Chair grants permission for a substitute presenter. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to the conference start.
  • Registration fees include conference sessions, conference proceedings, lunches and coffee breaks.
  • Payment method

    Registration includes: Registration fees for the Conference include attendance for two days, the proceedings, lunches, and cofee breaks.

    Author of multiple papers: If you have an additional paper accepted for the conference, you should pay a registration fee for each accepted paper

    Multi-authors paper: Every paper must have at least one author registered. Other co-authors of the same paper wishing to attend the conference should register separately and pay the applicable registration fee. Author registration is non-refundable.

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    Payment of registration fees: Registration for the conference will only be effective once all fees have been paid.

    Payment by bank transfer: The only means of payment of the registration fees is the bank transfer to:

    Association AMSI

    Bank: Al Barid BANK, RABAT MADINAT AL IRFANE, Rabat Morocco

    IBAN (24 Digits) : 350 810 0000000007500793 48

    What to send :

    Once the bank transfer done, please send an email to : smartsys.assoc@gmail.com with:

    • a scanned copy of your payment (mentionning your full name and the paper ID(s)).
    • a scanned copy of your student ID – only for students.
    • a scanned copy of your IEEE ID - only for IEEE members.

    Moroccan Academic
    250,00 €
    2500,00 MAD
    International Academic
    300,00 €
    3000,00 MAD
    Participant from Industry
    350,00 €
    3500,00 MAD


    General Chairs


    Steering Committee

    • BAKKOURY Zohra (EMI, Rabat)
    • BERRADO Abdelaziz (EMI, RABAT)
    • JANATI IDRISSI Mohamed Abdou (ENSIAS, Rabat)

    Scientific Committee

    ABOUTAJDINE Driss (CNRST-Rabat, Morocco)
    ABRAN Alain (ETS-Montreal, Canada)
    ADIB Abdellah (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    ALEMAN Jose Luis (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    AL-SAREM Mohamed (University Taibah-Medina, KSA)
    AZOUAZI Mohamed (FSBM-Casablanca, Morocco)
    BAH Slimane (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BAINA amine (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BAKKOURY Zohra (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BEKKHOUCHA Abdelkrim (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    BELAISSAOUI Mustapha (ENCG-Settat, Morocco)
    BELKASMI Mostafa (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELLABDAOUI Adil (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELLAFKIH Mostafa (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELMEKKI Abdelhamid (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELOUADHA Fatima Zahra (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENABBOU Loubna (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENBRAHIM Houda (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENHLIMA Laila (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENKHALIFA Mohamed (FS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENSAID Hicham (INPT-RABAT, Morocco)
    BERRADO Aziz (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
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    BETARI Abdelkader (UNIV MED 1ER, Morocco)
    BORGI Amel (ISI University Tunis El Manar- Ariana, Tunisia)
    BOUCHON-MEUNIER Bernadette (CNRS LIP6-Paris, France)
    BOULMAKOUL Azedine (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    BOUMHIDI Ismail (FS DM-FES, Morocco)
    BOUROUMI Abdelaziz (FSBM-Casablanca, Morocco)
    CARRILLO DE GEA Juan Manuel (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    CHANTIT Salima (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    CHEIKHI Laila (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    CHEN Shuwei (University of Ulster-Coleraine, UK)
    CHERKAOUI Chihab (ENCG-Agadir, Morocco)
    DAHCHOUR Mohamed (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    DELGADO Tatiana (CUJAE-Havana, CUBA)
    DOUMI Karim (UM5R-Rabat, Morocco)
    DOUZI Khadija (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    DSSOULI Rachida (University of Concordia-Montreal, Canada)
    EL BAKKALI Hanane (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    EL BAQQALI Omar (FS DM-FES, Morocco)
    El BEGGAR Omar (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    EL FADDOULI Nour-Eddine (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    EL HEBIL Farid (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    EL KOUCH Rachid (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    EL KOUTBI Mohammed (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    ELBOUZIRI Adil (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    EN-NOUAARY Abdesslam (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    ERRAIS Mohammed Amine (FSAC-Casablanca, Morocco)
    ESSAAIDI Mohamed (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    FERNANDEZ Joao (University of Minho-Braga, Portugal)
    GUENNOUN Zouhair (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    HADDI Adil (EST-Berrachid, Morocco)
    IBN ELHAJ Elhassane (INPT-RABAT, Morocco)
    IDRI Ali (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    JANATI IDRISSI Mohamed Abdou (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KABBAJ Mohammed Issam (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    KASSOU Ismail (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KHOSHGOFTAAR Taghi (FAU-Florida, USA)
    KHOUKHI Fadoul (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    KISSI Mohamed (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    KOBBANE Abdellatif (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KRATZ Frédéric (INSA Centre Val de Loire-Bourges, France)
    LAHBY Mohammed (ENS-CASABLANCA, Morocco)
    LEGHRIS Cherkaoui (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    LESOT Marie Jeanne (LIP6-Paris, France)
    LIU Jun (University of Ulster-Coleraine, UK)
    LOUNIS Hakim (UQAM-Montreal, Canada)
    MAMMAS Driss (FS-Agadir, Morocco)
    MARGHOUBI Rabia (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    MARSALA Christophe (LIP6-Paris, FRANCE)
    MARTINEZ LOPEZ Luis (University of Jaen-Jaen, Spain)
    MARZAK Abdelaziz (FSB-Casablanca, Morocco)
    MERROUCH Redouane(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    MEZRIOUI Abdellatif (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    MOUMKINE Noureddine (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    MOURADI Abdelhak (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    NAFIL Kalid (University Mohammed V-Rabat ,Morocco)
    NAJI Abdelwahab (ENSET-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    NFAOUI El habib (FS DM-FES, Morocco)
    NKUMBOU Roger (UQAM-Montreal, Canada)
    NOUR EL FATH Mustapha (University Laval-Laval, Canada)
    OUKARFI Benyounes (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    RACHIDI Tajje-Eddine (AUI-IFRANE, Morocco)
    RAHMANI Ahmed (EC- Lille, France)
    RAMDANI Mohammed (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    RANC Daniel (TELECOM Sudparis-Paris, France)
    RAOUYANE Brahim (FSAC-Casablanca, Morocco)
    RIFQI Maria (LIP6-Paris, France)
    ROBERT Serge (UQAM-Montreal, Canada)
    ROS JOAQUIN Nicolas (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    SABBAR Wafae (FSJES-Casablanca, Morocco)
    SADDOUNE Mohammed (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    SELLAMI Asma (University of Sfax-Sfax, Tunisia)
    SOTO Sebastián Ventura (University of Córdoba-Córdoba, Spain)
    TAMTAOUI Ahmed (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    TAZI Said (LAAS-Toulouse, France)
    TOVAL Ambrosio (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    TRIBAK Abdelwahed (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    WANG Hui (University of Ulster-Coleraine, UK)
    YOUSFI Abdellah (UM5R-Rabat, Morocco)
    ZAKRANI Abdelali (ENSAM-CASABLANCA, Morocco)
    ZEITOUNI Karine (UVSQ-Versailles, France)
    ZELLOU Ahmed (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    ZOUAKI Hamid (FS-El Jadida, Morocco)

    Organizing Committee

    • Seniors
    • BELLAFKIH Mostafa (INPT, Rabat)
      BERRADO Aziz (EMI, Rabat)
      DOUZI Khadija (FST, Mohammedia)
      El BEGGAR Omar (FST, Mohammedia)
      ElBOUZIRI Adil (FST, Mohammedia)
      ELMACHRAA Lahsen (FST, Mohammedia)
      HAMLICH Mohamed (ENSAM, Casablanca)
      IDRI Ali (ENSIAS, Rabat)
      KISSI Mohamed (FST, Mohammedia)
      LAHBY Mohammed (ENS, Casablanca)
      NAJI Abdelwahab (ENSET, Mohammedia)
      SADDOUNE Mohammed (FST, Mohammedia)

    • Juniors
    • CHERRADI Ghyzlane (FST, Mohammedia)
      DAROUICH Asmaa (FST, Mohammedia)
      ESSEBAA Imane (FST, Mohammedia)
      LAGHMARI Khalil (FST, Mohammedia)
      MEZHAR Assia (FST, Mohammedia)
      TASSINE Mouhcine (FST, Mohammedia)


    Bp 146, Mohammedia, 20650Morocco

    Phone: (+212) 662475850




    • Faculty Of Science and Technique Of Mohammedia (FSTM)


      Faculty Of Science and Technique Of Mohammedia.


    • IEEE Morocco Section

      IEEE Morocco Section

      The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Morocco Section.




      Performance, Technology.




    • SISA


      SISA-3 Project.

    • HASSAN II University Of Casablanca.


      HASSAN II University Of Casablanca.

    • Mohammed V University in Rabat


      Mohammed V University in Rabat.

    • Ecole des Sciences de l'Information


      Ecole des Sciences de l'Information

    • National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis (ENSIAS)


      National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis.

    • National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications (INPT)


      National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications.

    • Mohammadia School of Engineers (EMI)


      Mohammadia School of Engineers.

    • ANRT


      Agence Nationale de Réglementation des Télécommunications.