AMID & TIAD organize the 5th International Conference on Business Intelligence CBI'19 a forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discus the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and issues in the field of Business Intelligence. The Conference will be held in Beni Mellal city, Morocco. We welcome you to Béni Mellal city to experience the nature, history, and cultural.
KEYNOTE / INVITED SPEAKERS
Professor MUHAMMAD SARFRAZ:
|Muhammad Sarfraz is a Professor and V. Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in Kuwait University, Kuwait. He received his Ph.D. from Brunel University, UK, in 1990. His research interests include Computer Graphics, CAD/CAM, Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision, Image Processing, and Soft Computing. He is currently working on various projects related to academia and industry. Prof. Sarfraz has been keynote/invited speaker at various platforms around the globe. He has advised/supervised more than 55 students for their MSc and PhD theses. He has published around 300 publications in the form of various Books, Book Chapters, journal papers and conference papers. Prof. Sarfraz is member of various professional societies including IEEE, ACM, IVS, IACSIT, and ISOSS. He is a Chair, member of the International Advisory Committees and Organizing Committees of various international conferences, Symposiums and Workshops. He is the reviewer, for many international Journals, Conferences, meetings, and workshops around the world. He is Editor/Guest Editor of various International Conference Proceedings, Books, and Journals. He has achieved a variety of awards in education, research, and administrative services.|
|Talk Title: Intelligent Systems on Paper Currency Recognition.|
Professor Pedro Teixeira Isaias: (Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations (JECO))
|Pedro Teixeira Isaias is an associate professor at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Previously he was associate professor at the Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University) in Lisbon, Portugal, responsible for several courses and director of the master degree program in Management / MBA. He was director of master degree program in Electronic Commerce and Internet for 10 years. He holds a PhD in Information Management (in the specialty of information and decision systems) from the New University of Lisbon. As an author of several books, book chapters, papers and research reports, all in the information systems area, he has headed several conferences and workshops within the mentioned area. He has also been responsible for the scientific coordination of several EU funded research projects. He is also member of the editorial board of several journals and program committee member of several conferences and workshops. At the moment he conducts research activity related to E-Commerce and E-Business, E-Learning, Information Systems in general, and WWW related areas.|
|Talk Title: Learning Analytics.|
Professor Hammou FADILI:
|Hammou FADILI is a researcher at Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM). He is a member of the information systems team, named Ingénierie des Systèmes d'Information et de Décision (ISID). Also, he is a technological manager and member of the scientific council of the France-Maghreb program. His research work concerns especially these areas: ♦Semantic Web, WEB 3.0 ♦ Machine learning (supervised, unsupervised, etc.) ♦ Digital Humanities ♦ Automatic Natural Language Processing (NLP) ♦ Language & Context Modeling ♦Detection and anonymisation of sensitive data ♦ Semantic mining of structured and unstructured data ♦ (Linked, Big, Smart) data.
He is a member of the program committee and member of the organization committee for various conferences. He is also a reviewer for some journals. He is (or was) involved in many ANR or European research projects.
|Talk Title: An approach based on machine learning of latent semantics from textual (unstructured) data.|
Professor Azzeddine MAZROUI
|Azzeddine Mazroui is a full Professor at the Faculty of Science of Mohammed First University, Oujda, Morocco. In 1993, he obtained his PHD in Statistics from Pierre & Marie Curie University, Paris 6, France. He also obtained in 2000 a 'Doctorat d'état' in Approximation from the Mohammed First University, Oujda, Morocco. Since 2006, his research is oriented towards natural language processing. He is a member of the Research Laboratory in Computer Science at University Mohammed First and Director of the Natural Language Processing Team. He participated in the development of several open source tools for the Arabic Natural Language Processing (Alkhalil Morpho Sys - Alkhalil POS Tag - Alkhalil Lemmatizer - Alkhalil Stemmer - Alkhalil Diacritizer - Al-Mus'haf Corpus - ....). He also supervises several theses and is a member of several international research projects.|
|Talk Title: Ambiguity in Arabic text mining: challenges and solutions|
Professor Ebad Banissi
|Professor Ebad Banissi is a full research professor in the Department of Informatics at London South Bank University. He joined the University in 1994 with a PhD in Computer Graphics from Brunel University. His lecturing and research interests lie in the area of Computer Graphics and Visualisation and Analytics.
Ebad leads the Visualisation and Graphics Research Unit (VGRU) which currently has 9 doctoral research students and a number of Knowledge Transfer Partnership associates. He also coordinates the postgraduate degree dissertations within the Department of Informatics. He has been a college member of the EPSRC and is a member of the University's Research Degrees Sub-Committee, and co-chair of the Engineering, Science and Technology Sub-Committee.
Ebad is one of the original members of the Information Visualisation (IV) Forum in Europe and the Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation (CGIV) Forum in Asia, and he has chaired number of international conferences. He was the one of the founding members and chair of the Information Visualisation Society. He set up the annual workshop on "PhD workshop on Computer Graphics and Visualisation". He is a member of both IEEE Computer Science and ACM SIGGRAPGH.
|Talk Title: to be published later|