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Mohamed JMAIEL obtained his diploma of engineer in Computer Science from Kiel (Germany) University in 1992 and his Ph.D. from the Technical University of Berlin in 1996. He is, since 2009, full Professor in Computer Science at the National School of Engineers of Sfax (Tunisia). His current research areas include software engineering of distributed systems, formal methods in model-driven architecture, self-adaptive and pervasive systems, autonomic middleware. He conducted many research projects and published more than 300 regular and invited papers in international conferences and journals and has co-edited six conferences proceedings and five journals special issues on these subjects. He is local scientific coordinator of the H2020 BETTEReHEALTH project, and of the NETTUNIT project within the IEV program funded by European union. Mohamed JMAIEL co-chaired the program committee of many international conferences, among others CRiSIS’2009, OPODIS’2010, WETICE’2013, VECOS’2016, ICTAC’2019, and ICOST’2020. He was director of the National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS), from 2011 to 2014, and general director of the Digital Research Center at the Technopark of Sfax, from 2014 to 2022. Mohamed JMAIEL is co-founder of the HealthTECH Cluster, co-founder and chairman of the ADL-INNET platform, chairman of the think-and-act-tank Beit-Elkhibra, and corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences, Letters and Art: Beit El-Hikma.
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