ICECOCS'18 is now Co-sponsored by IEEE Morocco Section and IEEE Advancing Technology for Humanity. The Conference proceedings will be indexed by IEEE Xplore Digital Library

The 1st International Conference on Electronics, Control, Optimization and Computer Science


December 5th-6th 2018
FSK-ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco

About ICECOCS 2018

The Faculty of Sciences (FS-Kenitra) and the National School of Applied Sciences (ENSA- Kenitra) organize the 1st International Conference on Electronics, Control, Optimization and Computer Science ICECOCS18 held on December 5th-6th, 2018, Kenitra, Morocco. This scientific event will provide a remarkable opportunity for the academic and industrial communities in the fields of Modeling, Control and Optimization to address new challenges, share experiences and discuss future research directions. The technical program will include plenary and regular technical sessions.

Accepted papers as Oral presentation will be published in the proceeding and submitted to IEEE xplore . Accepted papers as Oral presentation must be registered; otherwise they will not be considered for indexation.

Selected of papers will be recommended for publication in the International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics (IJIEI) and Special issues are planned in the International Journal of Big Data Intelligence (IJBDI) and the International Journal of Digital Signals and Smart Systems (IJDSSS).


  • Papers submission deadline
  • May 16th, 2018
    July 16th, 2018
  • Acceptance notification
  • September 7th, 2018
  • Camera ready
  • October 7th, 2018
  • Registration deadline
  • October 15th, 2018


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

A- Electronics:

Electronic Materials Components, Circuits and Systems, Microelectronic Systems, Engineered Materials, Dielectrics and Plasmas, Condensed Matter Physics, Optical and Magnetic, Physical Layer Design, Micro-Electronics Technology ..See more. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Photonics and Electro-Optic Power, Energy and Industry Applications, Waves and Electromagnetic, Optical Pulses, Nonlinear Waveguides, Telecommunications and Microelectronics Basic Technology, Analog and Digital Signal Processing, Antennas and Propagation, Wave guides Modeling, Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering, Specification and Development of Models, Integration and Hybridization of Methods, Maintenance and reliability of Hybrid Systems, Algorithmic, Simulation of Continuous and Hybrid Complex Systems, Electron-Photon Interaction and Plasmonics, Physics and Theory of Nanostructures, Polariton Lasing in Micro cavities, Photonic Crystal Structures and Devices, Material Properties Incl. Meta materials, Organic Materials and Devices, Ultrafast Effects and Dynamical phenomena, Photonic circuits and fiber opticsless.

B- Control:

Distributed Testing, Test Software, Fault-Tolerant Control, Adaptive Control, Control Applications, Control Design Methods, Control Theory, and Control Systems, Diagnosis, Discrete Event Systems, Intelligent Control, Predictive ..See more. Control, Process Control, Robotics, Access Control Modelsless.

C- Optimization:

Combinatorial Optimization, Big Data and Large-Scale Optimization Problems, Multi-Objective, Industrial Applications of Metaheuristics, Empirical and Theoretical Research in Metaheuristics, Ant Colony Optimization, Particle ..See more. Swarm Optimization, Fireworks Algorithm, Cuckoo Search Algorithm, Planning and Scheduling, Stochastic Optimization, Supply Chain Management, Transport Optimization, Modeling, Operational Researchless.

D- Computer Science and Network Technologies:

Intelligent Systems, Cloud Computing, Bigdata analytics, Software Engineering and Networks Security, Security and Cryptology, Routing and QoS Provisioning, Multihop Communications: (Ad hoc, WSN, DTN, VANET), Mobility Issues ..See more. and Continuity of Services, Wireless Networking, Video and Multimedia, Big-Data, Data Mining.less.

E- Modeling and Simulation:

Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Real Time Simulation Methods, Multi-Agent Systems and Applications, Simulation Methods and Tools, Stochastic and Dynamic Problems, Evaluation of Modeling Languages, Techniques..See more. and Tools, New Paradigms for Model-Based Development, Modeling in Software Engineering, Game Theory, Simulation of Discrete System, Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Simulation, Petri Nets, Implementation and Analysis, Modeling and Simulation of Power Systems, Modeling and Simulation of Power Electronics and Drives, Modeling and Simulation of Distributed Generating Systems, Modeling and Simulation of Electric Machines and Transformers, Simulation Methodologies for Design and Analysis of Electromagnetic Devices, Emerging Electric Technologies, Novel Materials, Devices, and Simulation Tools, Design and Optimization of Optoelectronic Devices, Analysis of Device Performance and Internal Processes, Fabrication Process Theory and Simulation, Noise Modeling and Simulation, Coupling of Electronic, Optical, and Thermal Simulations, Mathematical Models and Numerical Methods, Mathematical Modeling Tools, Mathematical and Numerical Modeling of Wave Problems, Calibration and Validation of Models and Material Parameters.less.

F- Image & Signal Processing:

Audio/Speech Processing and Coding, Adaptive, Multidimensional, Statistical Signal Processing, Text recognition, Image/Video Processing, Image/Video Coding, System Identification and Modelling, Time-Frequency and Time-Scale ..See more. Analysis, Wavelets and Filter Banks, Signal Processing for Communications, Sampling Theory and Compressed Sensing, , Learning Systems.less.


1- Special issues are planned in:

A- International Journal of Big Data Intelligence (IJBDI):

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B- International Journal of Digital Signals and Smart Systems:

2- Authors of selected papers may be invited to submit extended versions of their papers for publication, as full journal papers, in:

A- International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics (IJIEI):


Indexed in :(ACM Digital Library, DBLP Computer Science Bibliography, Emerging Sources Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics),....)

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All papers must be written in English and should describe original work. The papers should be at most 4-6 pages in the Standard IEEE conference double column format. Papers will be refereed through a blind process for technical merit and content. To be eligible for publication in the Conference proceedings, an accepted paper must be presented at the Conference by one of the authors.
Accepted papers as Oral presentation will be published in the proceeding and submitted to IEEE xplore
Accepted papers as Oral presentation must be registered; otherwise they will not be considered for indexation.

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  • Papers submission deadline
  • May 16th, 2018
    July 16th, 2018
  • Acceptance notification
  • September 7th, 2018
  • Camera ready
  • October 7th, 2018
  • Registration deadline
  • October 15th , 2018


Oral && Posters presentations

Fees and extra charges:

Before 15 October 2018

After 15 October 2018

Moroccan Students

1300 MAD / 130 Euro

1800 MAD / 180 Euro

Moroccan Academics

1800 MAD / 180 Euro

2300 MAD / 230 Euro

International Students

1500 MAD / 150 Euro

2000 MAD / 200 Euro

International Academics

2000 MAD / 200 Euro

2500 MAD / 250 Euro

Industrial Members

3000 MAD / 300 Euro

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Professor, Polytech Lille (France), CRIStAL Laboratory (UMR CNRS 9189)


Belkacem OULD BOUAMAMA is full Professor and head of the research at « Ecole Polytechnique de Lille, France ». His main research areas developed at CRIStAL laboratory CNRS9189 where he leads “MOCIS” group, concern Integrated Design for Supervision of System Engineering...See more. Their application domains are mainly intelligent transport, energy, and mechatronic systems. He is the author of more than one hundred international publications in this domain. He is co-author of five books in bond graph modeling and Fault Detection and Isolation area.Research and teaching activities can be consulted at: ould-bouamamaless.

ABSTRACT: Event‐ Driven Bond Graphs for robust modelling of continuous and hybrid mechatronic systems.

Dynamic modelling is the main step of analysis, control and diagnosis of an industrial project. A mechatronic systems (where occur different energies : mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, thermal…) is subject to several issues : the model is nonlinear and hybrid (involving continuous and discrete phenomena), strong coupling with the environmental sub-systems and different energies...See more. Bond graph as unified approach is a powerful tool for dynamic modelling. Indeed four levels of modelling (technological, physical, mathematical and algorithmic) can be represented because of its functional, structural, behavioural and causal properties. Furthermore because of its graphical and causal aspect specific software’s have been developed for automatic generation of state equations and control and diagnosability analysis. This keynote presents a synthesis of twenty years of academic and industrial research developed by the author his collaborators. Following items will be developed : conventional, coupled and event-driven hybrid bond graph for dynamic modelling to be used for control and diagnosability analysis. The theory will be illustrated by a pedagogical example as a common thread and real applications for validation.less.



Professor, University of Sherbrooke, Canada


Ahmed Khoumsi received the Engineer degree in Aeronautics and Automation from the engineer school SUP’AERO (Toulouse, France), in 1984. In 1988, he received the Ph.D. degree in Robotics and Automation from the University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse. From 1984 to 1988, he conducted his research activities in the LAAS, a CNRS research center, in Toulouse. ..See more. From 1989 to 1992, he was Assistant Professor in Robotics and Computer Engineering at the engineer school ENSEM (Casablanca, Morocco). From 1993 to 1996, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Communication Protocols group of the University of Montreal. From 1996 to June 2000 he was Assistant Professor, from June 2000 to June 2006 he was Associate Professor, and since June 2006 he is Full Professor, all in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, at the University of Sherbrooke, QC, Canada. His present research activities include: supervisory control, diagnosis and prognosis of discrete event systems; testing communication systems; and design and analysis of security policies in communication systems.less.

ABSTRACT: An Introduction to Real-Time Model-Based Testing

The objective of testing is to determine whether an implementation of a (software) system conforms to a given formal specification of the system. We consider more specifically the test of real-time discrete event systems (RTDES), i.e. systems whose behavior is defined, not only by the possible orders of their interactions with the environment, but also by the possible occurrence times of these interactions. ..See more. RTDES are encountered in various domains where the non-respect of timing constraints can have undesirable and even fatal consequences. These domains include, for example, telephone switching systems (e.g. to establish an urgent call), patient monitoring systems and air-traffic control systems. In order to develop rigorous real-time model-based testing (MBT) methods (i.e. MBT methods for RTDES), several formalisms have been developed to formally specify various known testing concepts in the real-time context, such as specification, test purpose and conformance relation. Those formalisms extend the formalisms used in the non-real-time case by introducing rigorous and formal representations of time and timing constraints.
This talk is addressed to students who are interested in starting research work on real-time model-based testing. We will consider in particular the following points:
-Formalisms used in real-time MBT
-Conformance relations in real-time MBT for RTDES
-Real-Time MBT approaches
-Real-time MBT for specific testing environments, such as distributed and embedded real-time systems
-Particular real-time testing objectives, such as stress testing, probabilistic testing, and passive testing



Professor, IRSEEM/ ESIGELEC, Normandy University of Rouen, France


Houcine Chafouk, IEEE Member, IRSEEM/ ESIGELEC, Normandy University of Rouen, France. e-mail Received the M.S and PhD degrees in Automatic Control from the University of Nancy, Nancy, France in 1986 and 1990 respectively...See more. He joined then the graduate school in electrical engineering ESIGELEC, Rouen, France. Since 2000, he is the Leader of the Automatics Control and Systems Research team and the Research Head at ESIGELEC at 2008. He teaches and conducts research in the areas of advanced control systems, Fault Tolerant Control and fault diagnosis applied to Renewal Energy, Automotive and Aerospace fields.less.

ABSTRACT: Recent Developments in the Diagnosis and Fault Tolerant Control of a Wind Turbine, using Internet of Things.

The latest developments about the monitoring, the diagnosis and the fault tolerant control of a wind farm are presented. A wireless sensor and actuator network is used for the supervisory control and data acquisition.As there is a large amount of information, big data processing frameworks are needed and different computing paradigms are investigated to store and process the information in real time, with reduces cost and added security. ..See more. The fault detection and identification must be done with fast and precise algorithms, to minimize the number of false alarms. Also, it must consider the great multitude of defects that can appear in a wind turbine, from internal component failures to outside influences. Fault tolerant control needs to consider not only the cases when a turbine fails completely, but also when some of them are not working properly, or when the environmental conditions, e.g. the wind, are not optimum. Perspectives on future developments, especially on how the different components can be integrated together, in the case of a wind farm, are given.less.


Professor, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest- ROMANIA



Wolfgang Borutzky

Professor, Bonn Rhein-Sieg University, Germany.


Wolfgang Borutzky is a Professor of Modelling and Simulation of Engineering Systems at Bonn Rhein-Sieg University, Germany. He also holds an honorary position as Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Dubrovnik, Croatia. ..See more.
His main research interests include modelling and simulation methodologies for multidisciplinary systems, in particular Bond Graph-based as well as object oriented modelling; modelling, analysis, control, fault diagnosis and failure prognosis of mechatronic systems; modelling languages; scientific computing, and numerical algorithms.
Dr. Borutzky has published extensively in the proceedings of many international conferences on Modelling and Simulation and in refereed scientific journals. He is the author of two Springer books on Bond Graph Modelling and the editor and co-author of two Springer compilation texts on bond graph related topics.
He was a visiting professor at universities in the Netherlands, the U.S.A., France, and in Argentina and has served as an invited external examiner and as a member of Ph.D. defense committees in various countries. Since 1990 he has served in many international scientific conferences on Modelling and Simulation in various capacities and has delivered a number of invited keynote addresses over the years. Moreover, he has given short courses in industry on bond graph modelling.less.

ABSTRACT: Hybrid System Models : Bond Graph Representations, Fault Diagnosis and Failure Prognosis.

In the modelling of various engineering systems and physical phenomena such as power electronic systems, stick-slip effects and stops in mechanical motion it is convenient and common to neglect the small time interval in which fast transitions from one system mode to another take place and to use the abstraction that the change happens instantaneously because the small time interval is not of relevance for the overall system behaviour...See more. Hybrid system models incorporate this abstraction so that they covers the continuous time behaviour and discrete system mode changes.
Bond graphs as a mean especially suited for developing multidisciplinary dynamic system and process models were initially limited to represent continuous time models and have been mainly used for establishing systems of differential algebraic equations (DAEs) in order to simulate a system's dynamic behaviour. In the course of the past decades various approaches have been proposed to extend the bond graph methodology to hybrid system models. Besides the way a hybrid model is graphically represented, its numerical computation has also been a challenge. Due to the use of conceptual switching elements, parts of a model may be temporarily deactivated and the number of system states may change from system mode to system mode. Numerical mathematics has contributed DAE solvers with a root finding capability, some block oriented simulation software provides reset integrators, and sometimes a continuous time approximation of a discrete event is used and the problem is left to a solver for a set of stiff equations.
In the course of the past decades, the potential of bond graph modelling has also been increasingly used for supporting Fault Detection and Isolation (FDI) as the basis for fault diagnosis and automatic process supervision.
The keynote, based on more than thirty years of the author’s research and experience in bond graph modelling, consideres various bond graph representations of hybrid models, discusses their implications with regard to numerical computation and shows, by accounting for latest research results, how bond graph modelling can serve robust fault diagnosis and failure prognosis based on hybrid system models. For illustration, some small examples from power electronics and other domains are presented.less.


  • Azzeddine El Midaoui, President of Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Azzouz Essamri, Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Nabil Hmina, Director of the ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Mohammed El Mohajir, IEEE Morocco Section Chair.

General Co-Chairs

  • My El Hassan Charaf, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hanan El Faylali, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.

Sponsorship Co-Chairs

  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Adnane Addaim, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco
  • Abdelalim Sadiq, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.

Communication Co-Chairs

  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Nabil Derbel, University of Sfax, Tunis.
  • Mohsine Bouya, UIR, Rabat – Morocco.

Publication Co-Chairs

  • Aniss Moumen, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • My El Hassan Charaf, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hanan El Faylali, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Zhour Madini-Zouine, ENSA,Kenitra – Morocco.

Program Co-Chairs

  • Mohammed Talibi Alaoui, Mohamed Ben Abdellah University - FSTF, Fez – Morocco.
  • Khalid Benlhachmi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Younes Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Ahmad Taher Azar, Faculty of Computers and Information, Benha – Egypt.
  • Bachir BENHALA, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco.

Industrial Co-Chairs

  • Mohamed Yahyai, Vice-Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Nabil Hmina, Director of ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Mohamed Ebn Touhami, Director of University Center of Analysis , Expertise , Technology Transfer and Incubation, Ibn Tofail University - Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hassane Erguig, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hassan El Kafssaoui, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Bouazza El Wahbi , Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.

The program committee is still under processing
  • Abdelaali Chaoub, INPT, Rabat-Morocco.
  • Abdelali Ed-Dahhak, EST, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Abdelali Tajmouati, FST, Settat-Morocco.
  • Abdelalim Sadiq, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdelghani Benjouad, FSJES, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Abdelhadi Raihani, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Abdelhalim Hnini, EST, Berchid-Morocco.
  • Abdelilah Kahaji, ENSA, Agadir-Morocco
  • Abdellah Abouabdellah, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdellah AILANE, ENSA, Khouribga-Morocco.
  • Abdellah Mechaqrane, FST-USMBA University, FEZ-Morocco.
  • Abdelmajid Ait Taleb, ENSAM, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Abdelmajid Dargham, FS, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Abdelmonaim Tlidi, ENSA, SAFI-Morocco.
  • Abdelmonaime Lachkar, ENSA, Tanger-Morocco.
  • Abdelmounime El Magri, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Abderrahim Ait Wakrime, IRT Railenium, France.
  • Abderrahim Bajit, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abderrahmane Jarrou, EMSI, Casablanca-Morocco.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdessamad Blangour, FS-Ben M'Sik, Casablanca-Morocco.
  • Adil Brouri, ENSAM, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Adnane Addaim, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Ahmed Boutejdar, DFG- Braunschweig-Bonn, Germany.
  • Ahmed Errkik, FST, Settat-Morocco.
  • Ahmed Khoumsi, University of Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • Ali Ahaitouf, FST USMBA University, FEZ-Morocco.
  • Amal Bergam, FP, Larache-Morocco.
  • Ameur El Amrani, EST, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Amin Sallem, ENIS, Sfax-Tunisia.
  • Anas Mansouri, ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Aniss Moumen, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Arsalane Zarghili, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Ayoub Ait Lahcen, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Azeddine Khiat, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Aziz Darouichi, Cadi Ayyad University, FSTG, Marrakesh-Morocco.
  • Aziz Derouich, EST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Bachir BENHALA, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Belkacem Ould Bouamama, University of Lille, France.
  • Bouchaib Cherradi, CRMEF, EL Jadida-Morocco.
  • Chakib Ben Njima, ENIM, Monastir-Tunisia.
  • Chakib Jerry, FSJES, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Driss Gretete, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • El Bachir Ameur, FS, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • EL Bachir Tazi, EST, Khenifra-Morocco.
  • Farah Abdoun, ENSET, Rabat-Morocco.
  • Farid Abdi, USMBA University, FEZ-Morocco.
  • Fatiha Maaroufi, FS, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Fatima Errahimi, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Fatima Riouch, INPT, Rabat-Morocco.
  • Hajji Bekkay, ENSA - UMP, Morocco.
  • Hamid Bennis, EST of Meknes, University of Moulay Ismail, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Hanan El Faylali, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Houcine Chafouk, ESIGELEC, France.
  • Ikram El Azami, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Jaafar Abouchabaka, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Jalal Laassiri, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Jamal Kharroubi, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Jamal Zbitou, Faculty of Sciences and Technics, Settat-Morocco.
  • Jean-Yves Dieulot, University of Lille, Lille-France.
  • Kaoutar EL HARI, INSEA, Rabat-Morocco.
  • Khalid Housni, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Khalid Abbad, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Khalid Benlhachmi, FS, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Khalifa Mansouri, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Khalil Ibrahimi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Larbi EL Abdellaoui, FST, Settat-Morocco.
  • Larbi Setti, FP, Larache-Morocco.
  • Lhoussine Bahatti, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mahjoub Chakir, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Malika Alami Mraktani, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohamed EL Khaili, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Lazaar, ENSA, Tetouan-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Nabil Srifi, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Oualla, FS, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Wassim Jmal, ISSAT, Gafsa-Tunisia.
  • Mohamed Youssfi, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Jorio, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Kaicer, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Benchagra, ENSA, Khourigba-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Guerbaoui, EST, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Qbadou, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Talibi Alaoui, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University - FSTF FEZ-Morocco.
  • Mohsine Bouya, UIR, Rabat-Morocco.
  • Mostafa Maslouhi, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mouna Kotti, University of Gabès, Tunisia .
  • Mounir Arioua, ENSA, Tetouan-Morocco.
  • Mounir Ayadi, National Engineering Schools, Tunis-Tunisia.
  • Mraoui Hamid, FS, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Mustapha Ouardouz, FST, Tanger-Morocco.
  • My Ali Chaaba, ENSAM, Meknes-Morocco.
  • My El Hassan Charaf, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • My Lahcen Hasnaoui, FSDM, Fez-Morocco.
  • My youssef Hadi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Nabil Derbel, University of Sfax, Tunisia.
  • Najat Rafalia , Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Najia Es-Sbai , FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Najiba Elamrani El Idrissi, FST-USMBA University, FEZ-Morocco.
  • Noura Aknin, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco.
  • Noura Ouerdi, FS, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Noureddine EL Makhfi, FST-Al hoceima, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco.
  • Othman Abdoun, FP-UAE, Morocco.
  • Owen Casha, University of Malta, Malta.
  • Rachid El Bouayadi, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Rachid EL Gouri, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Rachid Lajouad, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Rachid Mandry, FST, Settat-Morocco.
  • Raouf Fareh, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
  • Saad Dosse Bennani, ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Said Raghay, Cadi Ayyad University - FSTG, Marrakech-Morocco.
  • Said Najah, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Samira Mabtoul, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Tarik Boujiha, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Tomader Mazri, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Wael Dghais, University of Aveiro, Portugal.
  • Walid Ben Mabrouk , ISSAT, GAFSA-Tunisia.
  • Wolfgang Borutzky , Bonn Rhein-Sieg University, Germany.
  • Younes Lakhrissi, ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Younes Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Youness Tabii, ENSA, Tetouan-Morocco.
  • Youssef Errami, Faculty of Sciences, El Jadida, Morocco.
  • Youssef Es-saady, Multidisciplinary Faculty of Taroudant, Ibn zohr University Agadir, Morocco.
  • Youssef Fakhri, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco
  • Zhour Madini-Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Zouhair Guennoun, Mohammadia School of Engineers, Rabat-Morocco.

  • Nabil Hmina, Director of ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Mohamed Yahyai, Vice-Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Jaafar Abouchabaka, Head of Computer Science Department- Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Hlou Laamari, Head of Physics Department Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Benbrahim, Head of GERST Department ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Charaf Bensouda, Head of Mathematics Department Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • My El Hassan Charaf, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hanan El Faylali, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Khalid Benlhachmi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Said Raghay , Cadi Ayyad University - FSTG, Marrakech-Morocco.
  • Bouazza El Wahbi , Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.

Professional activities Committee

  • Sara Hsaini, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Idriss Moumen, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohamed Daoudi, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Issam El Kaime, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.

Graduate/ Students Committee

  • Bilal Aghoutane, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Fatima-Zahra Moutai, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Nidal Lamghari, Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakesh – Morocco.
  • Khadija Louzaoui, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Merieme Britel, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Malika Bergannou, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hamid Bezzout, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Abdellah Attalhaoui, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mouna Hanna, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Abdelhadi El Ouardy, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Nabil Meskini, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Salma Gaou, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Marouane El Mabrouk, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.


The program will be announced later


Practical information

This conference will be held at Ibn Tofail University which is located in kenitra.
How to get there?

Mohammed V International Airport (Casablanca)

  • You should first take the train from the airport to "Casa Port" train station. The trip takes about 30 minutes and costs 70 MAD (around 7 €);
  • Then, take another train from Casa Port to Kenitra train station. The second trip is about 2 hours and costs 51 MAD (around 5 €);
  • Train schedules are available at

Rabat International Airport (Rabat-Sale)

  • Rabat is served by an international airport (Rabat Airport), located about 10 km from the city;
  • There is an airport shuttle bus that meets most arrivals and costs 20 MAD (2 €) from Rabat airport to the "Rabat Ville" train station in the city center;
  • Then, take the train from Rabat Ville to Kenitra train station. The trip is about 30 minutes and costs 16 MAD (around 1,60 €) ;
  • Train schedules are available at ;

  • For more information click here.

Kenitra Train Station

  • You can take a taxi for 8 to 10 MAD from train station to the conference venue.

Mamora Hotel

  • The Hotel Kenitra MAMORA features 69 comfortable guest rooms with all the essential comforts for a pleasant stay, including three suites, decorated with taste and elegance . The hotel restaurant offers classic Moroccan and international cuisine dishes with flavors from the Mediterranean. The lounge bar Coffee contains a terrace overlooking the pool of the Hotel MAMORA Kenitra
  • Just a 20-minute walk from Kenitra City Train Station, the hotel is a perfect choice for exploring Kenitra.
  • Rabat-Sale Airport is just a 40-minute drive from the hotel.
  • You can take a taxi for 10 MAD (around 1€) from the hotel to conference venue.

Relax Hotel

  • The hotel has 60 to 100 well appointed rooms with a variety of essential amenities that will provide a comfortable stay to guests. this are like 3 * hotels modern, warm and pragmatic, offering all the necessary infrastructure and "best value"
  • It has a restaurant and a bar to relax at the end of the day.
  • Rabat-Sale Airport is just 35 minutes drive from the hotel.
  • You can take a taxi for 7 MAD from the hotel to conference venue.

Jacaranda Hotel

  • The hotel JACARANDA is located in the heart of Kenitra and allows to discover on foot its welcoming face.
  • Fully air-conditioned and soundproofed, the hotel offers 85 rooms and 03 spacious and comfortable suites, all with bathroom, telephone, heating.
  • Rabat-Sale Airport is just 35 minutes drive from the hotel.
  • You can take a taxi for 10 MAD from the hotel to conference venue.

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