Ph.D. Student at the Department of Electrical Engineering - ENICarthage
I graduated from the higher institute of Medical Technologies of Tunis with a master’s degree in Embedded Electronic Systems and Medical Equipments. Afterwards, I worked as a project manager at Next Gen where I developed several electronics projects like SAMED; a system of remote assistance and medical supervision connected with a web platform allowing doctors to check on the patient’s condition online and conduct virtual consultations via camera. The SAMED project won the second place on the German-Arab Startup Competition (GASC 2014) and the first place at the regional NATIONAL INNOVATION CONTEST 2014 in Tunisia.
My passion for Hardware and the Internet of Things Led me to a deep interest in electronic devices. Which had encouraged me to be researcher.
I decided to complete my studies in Biophysics research at the Higher Institute of Medical Technologies, while supervising senior year project as well. I did my research master’s graduation project at the Research Laboratory in Automatic Control LA.R.A at the National Engineering School of Tunis ENIT. For my graduation project, I focused on the fields of e-health and Artificial Intelligence, which allowed me to develop a strong grasp of the technical aspects.
My interests also extend to volunteer work. I was the former coordinator of the Biomedical Engineering Association (ATGBM) for 3 years. I was also co-founder of The Biomed Innov club at the higher institute of Medical Technologies of Tunis. In addition, I was a trainer at the first Scientific and Technological Immersion Camp on “The Internet of Things” dedicated to high school students aged 15-18, held at the IMEF Korba. I was also on the organizing committee of the Tunisia e-health challenge 2018. In addition, I have been an active member of the charity Association Al Massarra since 2011. I strongly believe that engaging in volunteer work is crucial, not only because it provides a space of sharing and learning, but it is also an opportunity to help future generations.
Currently, I am a PhD student at the department of Electrical Engineering at the National Engineering School of Carthage. I am doing my research work at the Advanced Systems Lab (LSA) in Tunisia Polytechnic School. Also, I had an opportunity to teach design of Embedded Systems, Advanced on-chip architecture and SoC test and validation techniques at the department of Industrial Information Technology at the Higher Institute of Information and Communication Technologies.
Being a TAEF Fellows Program candidate is a great opportunity that will prove instrumental to my research and take me one step closer to my goals.