The 7th International Conference on Business Intelligence, Khouribga, Morocco, May 26 - 28, 2022

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AMID, TIAD and FST Beni Mellal organize the 7th edition of the International Conference on Business Intelligence CBI'22. This event is 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 Khouribga city, Morocco. We welcome you to Khouribga city to experience the nature, history, and cultural.



Résultat de recherche d'images pour "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 Mohamed Quafafou

Mohamed Quafafou is a Professor of computer science at Aix-Marseille University. His main research interests are in Data Mining theory and applications.  Prior to joining Aix-Marseille University at 2005, he served as Professor at Avignon University from 2002 to 2004 and as Assistant Professor at University of Nantes from 1995 to 2001. Mohamed Quafafou received his Habilitation Ph.D. in 2000 on Rough sets Theory and Data mining and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from INSA Lyon, in 1992. He received a M.Sc. in computer science from Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse), a M.Sc. in mathematics from Pau University and the B.Sc. degree in Mathematics from the Cadi Ayyad University (Marrakech). For about 30 years, he developed research on rough sets, data mining, web information extraction, etc. In partnership with France Telecom, he developed one of the first French web mining systems to discover emergent web communities. He headed the Geobs Data Analyzer project which aimed to provide a theoretical foundation for spatial data mining systems covering a large area of applications, e.g., environment, marketing, social analysis, etc. He is the head of data mining at scale research group (DANA) at LIS CNRS. He has supervised more than 20 Ph.D. thesis and more than 60 M.Sc. student research projects. He has been expert for several French National and International projects. Professor Mohamed Quafafou is a teacher at Polytech Marseille, where he leads the training of Information System and Data Science Engineering. He has also other teaching activities in M.Sc level in both Aix-Marseille University and University of Science and Technology of Hanoi. He is the head of computer science department of Polytech Marseille.
Talk Title: Artificial Intelligence and Humans.

Professor Francoise Sailhan

Francoise Sailhan is professor assistant in CNAM and external collaborator in the Mimove research team at INRIA. Her research interest involves ronust IoT, distributed systems and wireless networks. She was a visiting researcher at SRI during summer 2012 and prior she spent one year in the University of Franche Comté and 2 years (2005-2007) in the Ericsson Ireland Research Center (EIRC) as a Marie Curie fellow; her work including the chair of the invention disclosure board of Ericsson Ireland. In 2005, she successfully defended a PhD thesis entitled "Resource discovery in ad hoc Networks" at the University Pierre and Marie Curie. Her Phd work took place in the ARLES research team, under the supervision of Dr Valérie Issarny. 
Talk Title: Towards a robust IoT

Professor Karim Elmoutaouakil

Karim Elmoutaouakil received the PhD degree in neural network from the FST/Morocco in 2011. Received Artificial Intelligence Analyst Mastery from IBM in 2020; received Artificial Intelligence Analyst/Business Analytics Mastery from University of Colorado Boulder (USA) in 2020. Member founder of INNS morocco chapter; Member founder of IEEE-IA morocco chapter. General chair of BDiot’19. He is currently a professor of computer science, optimization, and operational research at the FPT of Taza. His research interests include artificial intelligence, optimization, operational research, machine learning, and pattern recognition.
Talk Title: Optimization to machine learning: theory and applications

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