The 2nd International Conference on Electronics, Control, Optimization and Computer Science : (ICECOCS'20)

IEEE ID: #50124

December 2nd-3rd 2020
FSK-ENSAK, Kenitra, Morocco

About ICECOCS 2020

The Faculty of Sciences (FS-Kenitra) and the National School of Applied Sciences (ENSA- Kenitra) organize in collaboration with the Moroccan Association of Innovation and Scientific Research (AMIRS) the 2nd IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Control, Optimization and Computer Science ICECOCS20 (IEEE ID : #50124) held on December 2nd-3rd, 2020, 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 lectures and regular technical sessions.

ICECOCS20 is technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE Advancing Technology for Humanity and IEEE Morocco Section. IEEE conference record number : #50124.

Link to ICECOCS'20 in IEEE conference events


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.


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.

ICECOCS'20 EDAS IEEE Template IEEE Copyright Call for Papers


  • Submission site opening
  • : January 05th, 2020
  • Special session Proposal
  • : January 20th, 2020
  • Papers submission deadline
  • : May 01st, 2020
  • Acceptance notification
  • : July 31st, 2020
  • Camera ready
  • : August 31st, 2020
  • Early Registration
  • : September 10th, 2020
  • Late Registration
  • : October 17th, 2020
  • Conference Dates
  • : December 2nd-3rd, 2020

Call for Special Sessions

The goal of special sessions (5 papers) is to provide focused discussions on innovative applications. Each special session organizer must submit a proposal, including the title of the session, a short description and the organizing committee.
The submission of a proposed session is not a guarantee of acceptance.
To sumbit your proposal, please fill in the form below
Please contact us as soon as possible for any further information at
The proposals should be submitted before January 20, 2020.

Click here to download the template.


Fees and extra charges:

Before 17 October 2020

After 17 October 2020

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

Extra page charge

(For each additional page above 6 pages)

250 MAD / 25 Euro

* Registration is per participant and per paper. One registration only to present many papers is not allowed.
* Bon de commande are not accepted.
* Please ensure that all bank charges are paid in addition to the registration fees, plus local bank wire transfer fee of 1 eur / 11 dhs.
* Registration fee covers a paper with 6 pages maximum.
* IEEE members (for more than one year) can send their IEEE membership id to request the reduced rate.
* Students must provide concurrently with the Registration Form an official university letter confirming their status as full time students and the degree program they are enrolled in.

If you need an invitation letter, please send a request to: indicating the identifier of your accepted paper




University of Le Havre Normandie, France


Dimitri LEFEBVRE received the S.B. in Science and Engineering in 1990, the M.Eng. degree in Automatic Control and Computer Science in 1992, and the Ph.D. degree Automatic Control and Computer Science in 1994, all from University of Sciences and Technologies and Ecole Centrale in Lille, France. In 1995, he joined the University of Franche Comté, Belfort, France, where he served as Associate Professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Research Group about Systems and Transportations...See more. Since 2001, he has been with University Le Havre Normandie, France as Professor. He is currently with the Research Group on Electrical Engineering and Automatic Control (GREAH) in Le Havre and was from 2007 to 2012 the head of the group. His current research interests include fault diagnosis and control design for dynamic systems, discrete event systems, learning processes and artificial intelligence, with applications to network security and safety in the domains of electrical engineering, robotics, transportations and logistics. He is the authors of more than 100 articles published in indexed journals and more than 200 communications in international conferences.less.

ABSTRACT: Performance evaluation and optimization for cyber-physical systems.

In recent years, the tremendous growth of computer technology has led to the proliferation of highly complex cyber-physical systems, in particular in Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things. Such systems exhibit behaviors determined by the asynchronous occurrence of certain events and are termed Discrete Event Systems (DES). Examples of DES are encountered in many traditional application domains, such as automated manufacturing, computer networks, transportation, as well as in emerging areas like healthcare, or management of technical, human and financial resources...See more. A significant research effort has been devoted to DES in order to address a series of difficult problems that are often combinatorial in nature, and require advances in exploration and optimization methodologies. Such problems concern, on the one hand, information processing, and in the other hand, decision making and control design. The aim of this talk is first to give some basic modeling notions to represent DES in order to address a large variety of problems for cyber-physical systems. Then, some optimization, privacy, and safety issues are discussed. Resources allocation and scheduling are presented to improve performance of DES. Opacity is introduced to increase privacy and cyber-security. Fault diagnosis illustrates how it is possible to increase the safety of operations. Finally, a list of open questions and future challenges is proposed.less.


Mohamed DAOUDI

Professor, Computer Science Department at IMT Lille Douai.


Mohamed Daoudi is Full Professor in the Computer Science Department at IMT Lille Douai. His main research areas developed at CRIStAL laboratory CNRS9189 where he leads Image group, concern Shape Analysis with application to face recognition, expression analysis and action recognition. ..See more. Mohamed Daoudi has published over 150 papers in these areas. Mohamed Daoudi is serving on the program committees of major computer vision and AI conferences. He has organized several workshops in conjunction with top Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conferences (ICCV, CVPR, ICPR, IEEE FG). He was the Co-General chair of the 14th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG 2019). Mohamed Daoudi is an associate editor of Image, Vision and Computing Journal, IEEE Transactions On Multimedia, and Journal of Imaging. Mohamed Daoudi is a Fellow of International Association of Pattern Recognition since 2015. less.

ABSTRACT: Riemannian Geometry and Machine Learning for Human Behavior Understanding.

In this talk I will discuss some results involving learning on matrix manifolds, such at the cone of positive definite matrices, Grassman and Stiefel manifolds. Some new results will be presented about the statistical analysis of trajectories on such manifolds. We evaluate the proposed approaches in several applications such us facial expression recognition, action recognition and EEG-based emotion recognition.



Full Professor, University of Salento, Italy.


Luciano Tarricone is a Full Professor of Electromagnetic (EM) Fields at the Department of Innovation Engineering, University of Salento in Lecce, Italy. He received a Master Degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy, in 1989, and his PhD from the same university in 1994...See more. He was a research fellow at the National Institute of Health in Rome (1990), and with IBM Research (1990-94). He was a researcher of EM Fields at the University of Perugia, and a Professor of EM Compatibility at the same university (1994-2001). In 2001 he moved to the University of Salento in Lecce, where he now coordinates the EM research group and laboratory.
His research areas: bioEM, numerical methods for EM, wireless power transmission, EM energy harvesting, RFID. In particular, Prof. Tarricone is active in the area of EM enabling technologies for the Internet of Things and smart systems.
Prof. Tarricone is a reviewer for the most important international journals in EM fields and an associate editor for three international journals. He is a member of many TPCs of international conferences, and was the TPC General Chair for the European Microwave Week 2014, and the General Chair for the Mediterranean Microwave Symposium 2015. He is a reviewer for the European Union in the Framework Programs, as well as for MIUR in CIVR, PON, and other initiatives. He is Chapter Chair for the MTT-APS Joint Italian Chapter of IEEE. He is the Italian representative in the European Microwave Association General Assembly. He is a member of the MTTS TC10, 24 and 26.
He has authored/edited 5 books, more than 160 papers in international journals, and 350 papers in international conferences.
In 1984 Prof. Tarricone was awarded as “Alfiere del Lavoro” by the President of Italian Republic (Presidente della Repubblica) Sandro Pertini. less.

ABSTRACT: Safe, Sustainable and Low-cost Electromagnetic Technologies for the Internet of Things

Research and industrial activities related to the Internet of Things (IoT) are growing up faster and faster, and the related enabling technologies play nowadays a very important role. Most of these technologies are electromagnetic (EM). In this talk, we focus on some of the most important EM enabling technologies for the IoT and smart systems, discussing more specifically about 1) energy autonomy 2) identification 3) sustainability in terms of costs and safety related to human exposure to EM fields. ..See more. In the area of energy autonomy, two important issues are i) the design of systems and devices for Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) and ii) EM energy harvesting. The discussed research activities are related both to the design of low-power long-range links based on the use of rectennas (rectifying antennas) and to the design of high-power mid/low-range links based on the use of magnetically coupled resonant systems. A particular attention will be dedicated to the design of WPT links for wearable and implantable devices, especially in biomedical applications. As per WPT for wearable and portable devices, the focus is on the design of devices and systems fabricated by using non-conventional materials (conductive fabrics, textile materials, etc.). Further activities are related to the theoretical analysis of resonant energy links implemented by using either a capacitive or an inductive coupling. Useful design formulas will be proposed for links using multiple transmitters and/or multiple receivers and for multi-hop links.
As for identification, the reference enabling technology is of course RadioFrequency Identification (RFID). Design, prototyping and characterization of innovative tag and reader devices is addressed in a variety of applications. A dedicated attention is paid to the integration between RFID systems and sensors and, more in general, to the design of fully passive tags with augmented capabilities, such as sensing, reasoning, and alerting, capable to render “smart” the objects they are applied to. Some new and appealing perspectives opened by textile chipless tags will also be discussed.
As for the sustainability in terms of costs, safety and environmental issues, the proposed solutions are extremely effective. More specifically, for sustainability in terms of safety related to human exposure to EM fields, specific research is performed, and will be discussed in the talk, ranging from the use of microdosimetric bioelectromagnetic models at cell membrane levels (and even smaller scales), to the use of dosimetric numerical models (usually based on Finite-Difference Time-Domain -FDTD- methods) so to attack and solve the complex and critical issue of human interactions with EM fields generated by wireless systems. less.



Senior Research Fellow in the cyber-physical systems group , University of Southampton, UK.


Dr Colin Snook is a Senior Research Fellow in the cyber-physical systems group at the University of Southampton, UK. He was involved in the development of the Rodin modelling tools, especially UML-B which is a UML-like diagrammatic front-end for the Event-B formal modelling language...See more. He has spent the past 20 years collaborating with industry in the Aerospace and Railway domains to facilitate industrial use of formal methods. This has included consultancy on modelling and verification of systems as well as developing formal modelling tools and training various industrial partners in their use. Most recently he has been working on the Enable-S3 project developing formal modelling tools and techniques to support the verification of European railway systems. Before gaining his PhD in computer science at Southampton in 2001 he worked as a software engineer on safety-critical aircraft engine controls.less.

ABSTRACT: Formal modelling processes for analysing cyber-physical systems

Formal modelling offers rigorous analysis of cyber-physical systems resulting in a precise and reliable specification. The potential benefits in terms of risk reduction and cost savings are understood. Initially, barriers to using such methods restricted their uptake but improvements in methodology and tool support have now made them more useable. However, some issues remain: Modellers need to understand the requirements in order to formulate the models, ..See more. formal verification may focus on properties rather than useful behaviour, domain experts need to validate the final models to ensure they fit the needs of stakeholders, team based development may not be adequately supported. In this talk I will give an overview of the formal methods and tools that we use at the University of Southampton. I will outline the processes and tools that we have developed to overcome the barriers to adoption by industry and illustrate the talk with some examples taken from our industrial collaborations. less.


  • Azzeddine El Midaoui, President of Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Mohamed EBN TOUHAMI, Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Mohamed CHAFIK EL IDRISSI, 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.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohammed Talibi Alaoui, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University - FSTF FEZ-Morocco.

Publication Co-Chairs

  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Abderrahim AIT WAKRIME, Faculty of Sciences, Rabat – Morocco.
  • Saoussen Cheikhrouhou , National School of Engineering of Sfax, University of Sfax, Tunisia.
  • Zhour Madini-Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Jamal Zbitou, Faculty of Sciences and Technics, Settat-Morocco.

Program Co-Chairs

  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohammed Talibi Alaoui, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University - FSTF FEZ-Morocco.
  • Younes Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Bachir BENHALLA, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco
  • Aissam Berrahou, ENSIAS, Rabat-Morocco.

Communication Co-Chairs

  • Mohamed Amnai , Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Arsalane Zarghili, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Said El Beid , ENSA- Marrakech – Morocco.
  • Khadija Louzaoui, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.

Sponsorship Co-Chairs

  • Adnane Addaim, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco
  • Abdelalim Sadiq, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdelali Tajmouati, FST, Settat-Morocco.
  • Khalid Housni, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.

Special sessions Co-Chairs

  • Hicham Touil, FP-UAE, Morocco.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Ahmed Errkik, FST, Settat-Morocco.

Industrial Co-Chairs

  • Mohsine Bouya, UIR, Rabat – Morocco.
  • Ikram El Azami, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Othman Abdoun, FP-UAE, Morocco.
  • Larbi EL Abdellaoui, FST, Settat-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.
  • Abdelaziz FRI, EST, FEZ-MOROCCO.
  • Abdelaziz  DAAIF, ENSET,  Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Abdelghani Benjouad, FSJES, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Abdelhadi Raihani, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Abdelhalim Hnini, EST, Berchid-Morocco.
  • Abdelilah Kahaji, ENSA, Agadir-Morocco
  • Abdelilah Monir, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco
  • Abdellah Abouabdellah, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdellah AILANE, ENSA, Khouribga-Morocco.
  • Abdellah Mechaqrane, FST-USMBA University, FEZ-Morocco.
  • Abdellatif EL ABDERRAHMANI, Faculty of Sciences, Fez-Morocco.
  • Abdelmajid Ait Taleb, ENSAM, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Abdelmajid Dargham, Faculty of Sciences, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Abdelmajid EL OUADI, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdelmonaim Tlidi, ENSA, SAFI-Morocco.
  • Abdelmonaime Lachkar, ENSA, Tanger-Morocco.
  • Abdelmounime El Magri, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Abdelouahed MESBAHI, ENSEM-Casablanca , Morocco.
  • Abderrahim Ait Wakrime, IRT Railenium, France.
  • Abderrahim Bajit, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abderrahmane Jarrou, EMSI, Casablanca-Morocco.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Abdessamad Belangour, FS-Ben M'Sik, Casablanca-Morocco.
  • Achour El Hamdaouy, EST, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Adil Brouri, ENSAM, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Adil SAADI, ENSAM,  Meknes-Morocco.
  • Adnane Addaim, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Ahlame Begdouri, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Ahmed Boutejdar, DFG- Braunschweig-Bonn, Germany.
  • Ahmed Errkik, FST, Settat-Morocco.
  • Ahmed Khoumsi, University of Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • Ahmed LAGRIOUI, ENSAM-Meknes , Morocco.
  • Ahmed REBBANI,  ENSET,  Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Aicha Majda, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Aissam Berrahou, ENSIAS, Rabat-Morocco.
  • Ali Ahaitouf, FST USMBA University, FEZ-Morocco.
  • Amal Bergam, FP, Larache-Morocco.
  • Amer Ragab Zerek, Zawia University, Zawia-Libya.
  • Ameur El Amrani, EST, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Amin Sallem, ENIS, Sfax-Tunisia.
  • Anas Mansouri, ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Aniss Moumen, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Aouatif SAAD, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Arsalane Zarghili, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Ayoub Ait Lahcen, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Azeddine Khiat, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Azedine Zahi, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Aziz Darouichi, Cadi Ayyad University, FSTG, Marrakesh-Morocco.
  • Aziz Derouich, EST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Bachir BENHALA, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Badre  BOSSOUFI, Faculty of Sciences, Fez-Morocco.
  • Belkacem Ould Bouamama, University of Lille, France.
  • Benachir  BOUCHIKI, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Benachir  BOUCHIKI, Faculty of Sciences, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Bouchaib Cherradi, CRMEF, EL Jadida-Morocco.
  • Brahim Bakkas, ENSAM-Meknes, Morocco.
  • Chakib Ben Njima, ENIM, Monastir-Tunisia.
  • Chakib Jerry, FSJES, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Driss Gretete, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • El Ayachi CHATER, EST,Salé-Morocco.
  • El Bachir Ameur, FS, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • EL Bachir Tazi, EST, Khenifra-Morocco.
  • El habib NFAOUI,  Faculty of Sciences, Fez-Morocco.
  • El Miloud Jaara, Faculty of Sciences, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Fatiha Mrabti, FST, Fez-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.
  • Fayçal Messaoudi, ENCG, Fez-Morocco.
  • Hajji Bekkay, ENSA - UMP, Morocco.
  • Hamid Bennis, EST of Meknes, University of Moulay Ismail, Meknes-Morocco.
  • Hamid  BOUYGHF,  FST, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Hamid Mraoui, Faculty of Sciences, Oujda-Morocco.
  • Hanaa HACHIMI, USMS, Bni Mellal-Morocco,.
  • Hanan El Faylali, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Hassan SATORI, Faculty of Sciences, Fez – Morocco.
  • Hassane EL MARKHI, FST,  Fez-Morocco.
  • Hicham GHENNIOUI, FST,  Fez-Morocco.
  • Houcine Chafouk, ESIGELEC, France.
  • Ikram El Azami, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Ilham Chaker, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Ismail LAGRAT, ENSA, Kenita-Morocco.
  • Jalal Laassiri, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Jamal Belkdid, EST, Fez-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.
  • Karim EL MOUTAOUAKIL, FP, Taza-Morocco.
  • Khadija Louzaoui, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Kenz Amhmed Bozed, Benghazi University- Libya.
  • Khalid Abbad, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Khalid HADDOUCH, ENSA-Fez , Morocco.
  • Khalid Housni, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Khalid SATORI, Faculty of Sciences, Fez-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.
  • Mhammed LAHBABI, FST, Fez, Morocco.
  • Mohamed EL Khaili, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Lazaar, ENSA, Tetouan-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Nabil kabbaj, Faculty of Sciences, Fez-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Nabil Srifi, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Oualla, FS, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Wassim Jmal, ISSAT, Gafsa-Tunisia.
  • Mohamed Youssfi, ENSET, Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Benchagra, ENSA, Khourigba-Morocco.
  • Mohammed  BERRADA, ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Chaouki Abounaima, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Hicham ZAGGAF, ENSET,  Mohammedia-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Jorio, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Mohammed Kaicer, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-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, EST, Meknes-Morocco.
  • My youssef Hadi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Nabil Derbel, University of Sfax, Tunisia.
  • 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.
  • Omar BOUATTANE, ENSET-Mohammedia , Morocco.
  • Othman Abdoun, FP-UAE, Morocco.
  • Owen Casha, University of Malta, Malta.
  • Rachid BEN ABBOU, FST,  Fez-Morocco.
  • Rachid El Bouayyadi, 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 KRIRM, EST, GOULMIM-Morocco.
  • Said Najah, FST, Fez-Morocco.
  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Samira Mabtoul, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Seddik BRI,  EST, Meknes-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 ADNANI, EST, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Youness Bazhar, ASML, Eindhoven-Netherlands.
  • Younes Lakhrissi, ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Younes Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Youness Tabii, ENSA, Tetouan-Morocco.
  • Youssef EL Merabet, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Youssef Errami, Faculty of Sciences, El Jadida, Morocco.
  • Youssef Es-saady, Multidisciplinary Faculty of Taroudant, Ibn zohr University Agadir, Morocco.
  • Zhour Madini-Zouine, ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Zakaria  CHALH,  ENSA, Fez-Morocco.
  • Zohra Ameur, Mouloud Mammeri University, Algeria.
  • Zouhair Guennoun, Mohammadia School of Engineers, Rabat-Morocco.

  • Mohamed Ebn Touhami, Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohamed Chafik El Idrissi, Director of the ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Rachid Bengueddour, Vice-Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohammed Benbrahim, Vice Director of ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Hassan Mharzi , Vice Director of ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Mohamed Yahyai, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Belkacem Ould Bouamama, University of Lille, France.
  • Ahmed Khoumsi, University of Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • Said Raghay, Cadi Ayyad University - FSTG, Marrakech-Morocco.
  • Jaafar Abouchabaka, Head of Computer Science Department- Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Hlou Laamari, Head of Physics Department Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Rachid El Bouayyadi, Head of GERST Department ENSA, Kenitra-Morocco.
  • Hanan El Faylali, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • My El Hassan Charaf, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Abdessalam Ait Madi, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Salma Azzouzi, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohammed Talibi Alaoui, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University - FSTF FEZ-Morocco.

Professional activities Committee

  • Sara Hsaini, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Mohamed Daoudi, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Lalla Amina Charaf, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Issam El Kaime, ENSA, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Imam Alihamidi, ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • OUSSAMA GLITI, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.

Graduate/ Students Committee

  • Fatima-Zahra Moutai, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Malika Bergannou, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra – Morocco.
  • Miloud Smaili, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Soukaina Sraidi, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Nidal Lamghari, Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakesh – Morocco.
  • Younes Harakat, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Hayat Bihri, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Hassunou Mbae Hadji, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Anass Deroussi, ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Imane Belabed, Faculty of Sciences, Oujda, Morocco.
  • Youssef Talibi Alaoui, Faculty of Sciences, Oujda, Morocco.
  • Oussama Maakoul, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Aicha Oualla, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Salma Karim, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Omayma Amezian, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.
  • Mohammed Amine Tajioue, Faculty of Sciences, Kenitra, Morocco.

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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