Keynote Speakers


Prof. Hassan Bevrani

University of Kurdistan, Iran

Professor Hassan Bevrani received PhD degree in electrical engineering from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, in 2004. From 2004 up to now, he has worked as a post-doctoral fellow, senior research fellow, visiting professor, and professor with Osaka University, Kumamoto University, Queensland University of Technology (Australia), Kyushu Institute of Technology, Ecole centrale de Lille (France), and University of Kurdistan (Iran). He is the author of 5 international books, 15 book chapters, and more than 200 journal/conference papers. His current research interests include microgrid control, smart grid operation and control, and intelligent/robust control applications in power electric industry.


Prof. Karim Baïna

Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco

Prof. Karim Baïna is full Professor, Dean of Software Engineering Department at ENSIAS (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et d’Analyse des Systèmes), Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, since 2004. He is IBM MEA University Instructor (Trainer of Trainees) on IBM Big Data Technologies, and has prepared to IBM Big Data certification hundreds of faculty members, and students in Morocco, Tunisia, and South Africa between 2015 and 2019.

He has obtained many Instructor certifications « Big Data Engineer - Mastery Award for Educators 2018 - 2010 », « IBM Artificial Intelligence Analyst - Mastery Award 2019 », « Data Scientist - Instructor Award for Educators 2017 - 2019 », « IBM Big Data Developer Mastery Award Certificate », and « IBM Big Data Specialist Certificate ».
He has been and Cooperation Service Responsible at ENSIAS leading international student exchanges with ENSIMAG/INPG (co-graduation) and ISIMA/UBP (co-graduation), ENSEIRB-Matematica/INPB, ENSEEIHT/INPT, ENSI/Tunisia, DSV/Stockholm Uni Sweden, Aalto Finland, and Sherbrooke Canada). He has been Leader of Alqualsadi research team (Enterprise Architecture, Quality of their Development and Integration) in EA (Enterprise Architecture), SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), BPM (Business Process Management), and BPI (Business Process Intelligence). He has achieved multiple consulting and training projects in Morocco, Tunisia, France, Australia, Sweden, Italy, and Cameroon. He has participated, managed, and coached many important companies IT projects from pre-sales, design to production for telco industry. He has been active operational and management member in many EU, Tempus, and DaaD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst), and SRC (Swedish Research Council) projects : MEDFORIST, MED-NETU, MED-IST, JOIN-MED, MENA, OPEN1-2&3, PORFIRE. He has more than 90 international publications, and he has served more than 20 times as invited speaker in international conferences. He has been more than ten times invited professor at international universities. He has defended his research habilitation (docent) at EMI (Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs), Mohammed V University Rabat, Morocco, in 2007. He has obtained his PhD thesis in Computer Science from UHP (Université Henri Poincaré), Nancy 1, France, in 2003, after what he has achieved his potdoctoral project in UNSW (University of New Soth Wales), Sydney, Australia. He has obtained his engineering degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from ENSIMAG (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Information et Mathématiques Appliquées), Grenoble, France in 1999.