Dr Abdellatif BOUAICHI

Dr. Abdellatif BOUAICHI holds a PhD in  Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energies (2020) and a Engineering certifiate in Industrial Engineering (2014) from Moulay Ismail University, Morocco. His research experience includes a stint as a full-time Research Doctor at the Research Institute in Solar Energy and New Energies (IRESEN) in Morocco (2017-2020). There, they focused on optimizing photovoltaic module design for increased durability in desert environments. This research resulted in 19 publications in indexed international journals and an H-index of 11. Beyond research, Dr. Bouaichi has an extensive teaching experience in Morocco and abroad. Since 2021, he is a  Permanent Research Professor at the École Marocaine des Sciences de l'Ingénieur (EMSI) in Rabat, Morocco.

Dr Mouhcine LAHAME

Dr Mouhcine LAHAME holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the École Nationale des Sciences Appliquées d'Agadir (2021) and a Master's degree in Electrical Energy from the University of Besançon. His academic journey has been further distinguished by a strong research focus, resulting in 13 publications in prestigious, Scopus-indexed international journals, all within the electrical engineering field. Notably, Dr LAHAME has actively participated in various engineering and development projects alongside industry leaders and national organizations. This multifaceted experience serves as a testament to their expertise and dedication within the field of electrical engineering.

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Dr Mariame AMINE

Dr Mariame Amine holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from ENSIAS (National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis) at Mohammed V University in Rabat. She graduated as a Networks and Telecoms Engineer from ENSA (National School of Applied Sciences) at Chouaib Doukkali University (El Jadida, Morocco) in 2013. She has worked on dynamic resource management in 5G HetNets. Her research interests range from mobile user association in LTE HetNets to multi-RAT selection in 5G UD HetNets and QoS/QoE-aware resource allocation.
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