The 13th International Conference on
Intelligent Systems: Theories and Applications

26-27 Mai, 2020 | INPT, Rabat, Morocco

30 November 2019
31 December 2019
31 January 2020
29 February 2020
26-27 May 2020

SITA Conference
SITA'20 is the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Systems: Theories and Applications. It is a conference for the presentation, discussion and dissemination of the theory and applications of intelligent systems. It is the result of fruitful cooperation between many universities and institutions since 2001. This conference brings together leading scientists, researchers and academics in Intelligent Systems from around the world. SITA'20 will be hosted by l'Institut national des postes et télécommunications (INPT). It is the thirteenth in the series of previous editions that have been held since 2001. SITA'20 will be held on Mai 26th and 27th 2020 at INPT, Rabat, Morocco.

Previous editions of the conference
SITA'20 is a continuity of previous editions since 2001:
  • SITA'18: organized by EMI-Rabat
  • SITA'16: organized by FST-Mohammedia
  • SITA'15: organized by ENSIAS-Rabat
  • SITA'14: organized by INPT-Rabat
  • SITA'13: organized by EMI-Rabat
  • SITA'12: organized by FST-Mohammedia
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  • SITA'10 organized by ENSIAS-Rabat
  • SITA'08 organized by INPT-Rabat
  • SITA'06 organized by FST-Mohammedia
  • SITA'04 organized by ENSIAS-Rabat
  • GIISI'02 organized by INPT-Rabat
  • GIISI'01 organized by FST-Mohammedia
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    Topics and Scope of the Conference

    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Data Mining and Knowledge Management
    • Data mining and Data Warehousing
    • Web Mining and Web Semantics
    • Decision Support Systems
    • Natural Language Processing
    • Multi-Agent Systems
    • Distributed Platforms, Middleware, and Computing Paradigms
    • Big Data Analytics
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    • Cloud and Edge Computing
    • Cyber-Security and Information Security Systems
    • Multimedia Communications and Processing
    • Telecommunications Protocols and Emerging Platforms
    • Software Engineering
    • Embedded Systems, Cyber-Physical Systems, and Internet of Things

    Authors are invited to send their original and previously unpublished papers (6 pages maximum) in English following the template: word or latex. Accepted papers will appear in the ACM’s International Conference Proceedings Series under ISBN. (Scopus indexing).. The full papers should be submitted to the SITA'20 on easychair

    Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for possible publication in indexed international Journals.

    Research still in early stages and doctoral research proposals may be submitted and will be included in a special poster session.

    Extended version of selected papers from SITA 2020 may be considered for a journal submission.

    Conference Proceedings
    Accepted papers will appear in the ACM’s International Conference Proceedings Series under ISBN 978-1-4503-7733-1. (Scopus indexing).

    Call For Papers

    Presentation

    Intelligent Systems: Theories and applications (SITA) is a conference for the presentation, the discussion and the dissemination of theories and applications of intelligent systems. It is the result of fruitful cooperation between many universities and institutions. This conference brings together leading scientists, researchers and academics in Intelligent Systems from around the world.

    Objectives

    This conference aims at presenting the latest research works dealing with up-to-date and emerging theories of Intelligent Systems together with their applications in different engineering fields: Distributed Computing, Telecommunications, Networking, Robotics, Data Mining, Big Data Mining, Pattern Recognition, Image, Audio and Video Processing. ... show more Emphasis will be particularly laid on the contribution of these new theories in solving the complex problems that many scientific and industrial communities encounter.

    Submission

    Authors are invited to send their original and previously unpublished papers (6 pages maximum) in English following the template: word or latex. Accepted papers will appear in the ACM’s International Conference Proceedings Series under ISBN. (Scopus indexing).
    The full papers should be submitted to the SITA'20 submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sita20 . ... show more
    Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for possible publication in indexed international Journals. Research still in early stages and doctoral research proposals may be submitted as extended abstracts.
    Accepted abstracts will be included in a special poster session.

    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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    Special Sessions

    Smart Business Analytics

    Resp. : A. BAINA & H. BARKA

    Smart Business Analytics (BA) refers to skills, technologies, and practices that enable continuous iterative exploration and analysis of past business performance to better understand and drive business planning. Business Analytics focuses on acquiring new knowledge and understanding business performance based on statistical data and methods. In contrast, business intelligence has traditionally focused on using a consistent

    ... show more set of measures to measure both past performance and a business planning guide, which is also based on data and statistics methodologies. Smart Business Analytics makes extensive use of analytic modeling and numerical analysis, including descriptive and predictive capabilities, as well as evidence-based management to guide decision-making. It is therefore closely linked to the science of management. Analytics can be used for human decisions or can be fully automated reader decisions. Business Intelligence is about querying, generating reports, performing online analytical processing (OLAP), and creating "alerts". In other words, querying, reporting, OLAP, these alerting tools can answer questions such as what happened, how much, how often, where the problem is and what actions are necessary. Smart Business Analytics can answer questions such as: why does this occur, if these trends continue, what will happen next (predict) and what is the best outcome that can occur. Contact : Baina@inpt.ac.ma

    Smart E-Health

    Resp. : A. IDRI & A. BERRADO

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    contact :Berrado@emi.ac.ma

    Communication Systems and Signal Processing

    Resp. : A. TRIBAK

    Due to the increased needs of data transmission that requires an increase in the capacity of ground and satellites communications, and thanks to the development of technologies involved in ground segment communications as in space, born many I + D + innovation initiatives focused on providing solutions to provide the services that society demands.

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    Many of the initiatives involve developing new technologies in frequency bands not used for these services before such as Q/V/W, as also proposed by developments on the ground segment to perform optical links with GEO satellites and reach the terabit of transmission. On the other hand, the European Space Agency announced the dedication of resources to the development of mega-constellations as one of the greatest technological challenges in the current telecommunications business. This has an impact in the areas of development of communications systems to promote research and innovation in issues with the ground segment and the space, and the development of new concepts in early stages of mission analysis. The aim of this session is to bring together researchers in these areas, establishing a forum for discussion on recent developments, which serve as a platform of meeting to generate links and future collaborations enhancing the development of this area of business and R&D. In the presented framework, the topics of interest are as follows:

    • Statistical signal processing and compressive sensing
    • Signal processing for IoT and Big Data
    • Interference management for modern communication systems
    • 5G physical layer
    • Antenna propagation
    • RF components and systems
    • Smart antennas
    • RFID and SDR
    • Design, simulation and performance evaluation
    • Energy harvesting in wireless systems
    • Radar target detection, localization and tracking
    • Radio localization and positioning
    • Future communications systems, satellites architectures, and constellations platforms
    • Trends in THz communications
    • Contact : tribak@inpt.ac.ma

    Big Data, IoT, and Cloud Computing

    Resp. : A. EN-NOUAARY & D. ZAIDOUNI

    Recent advanced technologies and applications in the areas of big data and cloud computing have been creating new demands and opportunities in the field of information technology. Nowadays, many applications generate and handle very large volumes of data, like social networks, cloud applications, public web sites, search engines, scientific simulations, etc.

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    It is not easy to process, analyze and store this massive data with conventional computing systems. We need large-scale distributed infrastructures and new software solutions to transform efficiently this massive data of various types into valuable information and meaningful knowledge. Cloud computing has a great potential to deal effectively with this massive data in order to create useful services and applications. The convergence of cloud computing and big data requires new and innovative infrastructure, middleware, framework, protocols, services, and applications. The focus of this special session is on recent research, technological advances and challenges about the development of new ideas, techniques and tools in the areas of Big Data and Cloud Computing. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • Social Network Analysis
    • Internet of Things & Smart Cities
    • High Performance Computing
    • Distributed and parallel systems
    • Cloud computing and software services
    • Mobile Computing
    • DevOps: Methodologies, techniques, tools and case studies
    • Microservices: Architectures and applications
    • Cloud Resource Management
    • Virtualization for big data on cloud
    • MapReduce with cloud for big data processing
    • Big data storage, integration, service and mining
    • Big data security issues in cloud computing
    • Big data privacy in cloud computing
    • Contact : zaidouni@inpt.ac.ma

    Smart E-learning

    Resp. : A. BENOMAR & N. CHAOUNI BENABDELLAH

    E-learning or Online Learning is a web-based teaching system. Along with the development of information and communication technology (ICT), e-learning has emerged as an innovative approach. Besides, it provides an alternative to traditional learning and teaching. It enables students to access information without time restrictions or geographical constraints. Moreover, it provides interactivity and active learning,

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    which promote collaboration among learners and educators. Many studies have been conducted for an effective learning for example by integrating gamification and game-based learning systems since there is ubiquitous presence of technology in classrooms. However, there are many other studies on recommender system or personalized intelligent agents that aim in assisting the learners to find personalized learning path or materials that meet their needs. In addition, the use of ontology for knowledge representation in knowledge-based recommender systems for e-learning is another research area… Authors are welcome to submit their works in these research fields:

    • Adaptive learning systems/recommender System
    • Augmented-reality and e-learning
    • Distance Tutoring
    • Learning problem detection systems
    • Artificial Intelligence in e-learning
    • Opinion mining in E-learning
    • E-learning and IOT/ Smart classroom
    • E-learning and BlockChain
    • E-learning assessments
    • Web mining and learning
    • E-education approaches
    • Cloud Computing in E-learning
    • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
    • Gamification in e-learning
    • Big data and e-learning

    • Contact : Naoual.chaouni_benabdellah@um5.ac.ma

    Arabic natural language processing

    Resp. : M. KISSI & A. YOUSFI

    The Arabic language presents researchers and developers of natural language processing applications for Arabic text and speech with serious challenges. The purpose of this session is to present some solutions that would guide current and future practitioners in the field of Arabic natural language processing (ANLP).Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topics:

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    • Opinion mining, sentiment analysis, social networks
    • Speech processing and text-to-speech
    • Text categorization and clustering
    • Information retrieval, information extraction
    • Text mining
    • Contact : a.yousfi@um5s.net.ma

    Cyber Security

    Resp. : E. BELMEKKI & B. RAOUYANE

    Cyber security is one of the most important challenge for digital transformation and Internet of the future. In deed, the evolution of the number as well as the nature of cyber attack proof that traditional solutions are neither more able to harden systems nor to fight efficiently against this huge quantity of attacks. ... show more The next generation of security solution have to deal with evolving quantity of data generated by different security sources such as systems logs, network traffic, specialised security repository, firewall events, and different end point agent and so on. In this particular context, we need more and more different way to explore data in an efficient way by using machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies as powerful tool to build solution with capacity to identify efficiently malicious activities as first step. As second step, it should also be able to automate detection and reaction to these security incident. By introducing AI in cyber security, new fields became hot research topics such as cognitive cyber security, cyber resilience, cyber threat intelligence, detection and reaction automation and so on. The security of future Internet depend closely to the success of research in these particular fields
    Contact : mbelmekki@inpt.ac.ma

    Telecoms

    Resp. : M. BELLAFKIH & A. NAJID

    The domain of telecommunications is metamorphosing further to the liberalization and further to the evolutions of information technologies and company of the services. All the types of networks interconnect and create a value added with the integration of the services in the financial, economic, commercial domains, the communication...

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    This workshop will deal with these domains which are spirit to create the wealth of the current society of the information and the knowledge. The subjects approached on this workshop of SITA’20 ; Networking, Telecommunications, LTE, IMS, 3G, 4G and 5G, WiFi, Optical fiber, Services and QoS, Tracking systems Service with value added… The workshop aims to offer the opportunity for researchers and practitioners to exchange issues, challenges, new technologies and solutions of some following topics :

    • Radio Access and Spectrum cluster
    • Pervasive Mobile & Ambient Wireless Communications
    • Network Function Virtualization
    • Mobile Cloud Networking, Planning and Dimensioning
    • Cluster and Smart Grid
    • Optical Wireless Communications
    • Embedded Systems and Smart Wearable Devices
    • Sensor Networks and RFID Technologies
    • Antenna theory and feed subsystems
    • RF circuits & devices for wireless communication
    • Programmable Infrastructure
    • Optimization Theory Approaches to Scheduling of Wireless Transmissions
    • Optimization Concepts for Capacity Analysis of Wireless Communications
    • Cognitive Radio and Networking for Cooperative Coexistence of Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
    • Network Graphs & Algorithms in Communication Networks
    • M2M networking for IoT-based Intelligent Environments
    • Mobile Broadband Network Planning and Resource Management
    • Real-Time Monitoring of Available Bandwidth
    • Bargaining Model and Broker Model for Cloud Marketplace
    • Resource Optimization in Ad Hoc and Wireless Mesh Networks
    • Interaction Among Mobile Cloud Computing Service Provider and Users
    • Generating Road Traffic Information from Cellular Networks
    • LTE Tracking Area Management
    • Risks and Compliance Issues for Mobile Cloud Networking
    • Software Development Platform and Enabled New Applications
    • Cloud Service-Level Agreements and Cloud Context-Level Agreements
    • Energy Efficient Resource Allocation for Cloud-based Systems
    • Developing energy-efficient wireless network design in 4G LTE in relation to Quality of Service (QoS)
    • Contact : bellafkih@inpt.ac.ma

    Registration

    Note

  • Registration is required for all participants of SITA 2020.
  • To be published in the SITA 2020 Conference Proceedings an author of an accepted paper is required to register for the conference and the paper must be presented by an author of that paper at the conference unless the conference Chair grants permission for a substitute presenter. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to the conference start.
  • Registration fees include conference sessions, conference proceedings, lunches and coffee breaks.
  • Payment method

    Registration includes: Registration fees for the Conference include attendance for two days, the proceedings, lunches, and cofee breaks.

    Author of multiple papers: If you have an additional paper accepted for the conference, you should pay a registration fee for each accepted paper

    Multi-authors paper: Every paper must have at least one author registered. Other co-authors of the same paper wishing to attend the conference should register separately and pay the applicable registration fee. Author registration is non-refundable.

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    Payment of registration fees: Registration for the conference will only be effective once all fees have been paid.

    Payment by bank transfer: The only means of payment of the registration fees is the bank transfer to:

    Association AMSI

    Bank: Al Barid BANK, RABAT MADINAT AL IRFANE, Rabat Morocco

    IBAN (24 Digits) : 350 810 0000000007500793 48

    What to send :

    Once the bank transfer done, please send an email to : sita20conf@gmail.com with:

    • a scanned copy of your payment (mentionning your full name and the paper ID(s)).
    • a scanned copy of your student ID – only for students.
    • a scanned copy of your IEEE ID - only for IEEE members.

    Moroccan Academic
    250,00 €
    2500,00 MAD
    International Academic
    300,00 €
    3000,00 MAD
    Participant from Industry
    350,00 €
    3500,00 MAD

    COMMITTEES

    General Chairs

  • BELLAFKIH Mostafa (INPT, RABAT)
  • EN-NOUAARY Abdeslam (INPT, RABAT)
  • TPC Chairs

    BOUCHON-MEUNIER Bernadette (CNRS LIP6-Paris, France)
    BELLAFKIH Mostafa (INPT, RABAT)

    Scientific Committee

    ABRAN Alain(ETS-Montreal- Canada)
    ADAMS Niall(Imperial College London- UK)
    ALLAKI Driss (INPT, Rabat Morocco)
    ALEMAN Jose Luis Fernandez(University of Murcia-Murcia- Spain)
    AL-SAREM Mohamed(UniversityTaibah-Medina, KSA)
    AMAR TOUHAMI Naima(University Abdelmalek Essaadi, Morocco)
    ANWAR Adil(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    AZIZI Mostafa(EST- University Med 1st-Oujda, Morocco)
    BAH Slimane(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BAINA Amine (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BAKKOURY Zohra(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BARKA Hafid (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BEKKHOUCHA Abdelkrim(FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    BELKASMI Mostafa (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELLAFKIH Mostafa (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELMEKKI Abdelhamid (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BELMEKKI Elmostafa(INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
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    BELOUADHA Fatima Zahra (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENABBOU Loubna (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENBRAHIM Houda(ENSIAS-Rabat- Morocco)
    BENABOUD Hafssa (FSR-Mohammed V University, Morocco)
    BENHIBA Lamia (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENHLIMA Laila (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENKHALIFA Mohamed (FS-Rabat, Morocco)
    BEN MAISSA Yann (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENOMAR Aziza (INPT, Rabat Morocco)
    BENSAID Hicham (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    BENSLIMANE Abderrahim(University of Avignon, France)
    BERRADO AbdelAziz (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    BORGI Amel (ISI University of Tunis, Tunisia)
    BOUCHENTOUF Toumi(ENSAO, University Med 1st, Oujda Morocco)
    BOUCHON-MEUNIER Bernadette (CNRS LIP6-Paris, France)
    BOULMAF Mohammed (UIR- Rabat, Morocco)
    BOULMAKOUL Azedine(FST-Mohammedia - Morocco)
    BOUMHIDI Ismail (FS DM-FES, Morocco)
    CARRILLO DE GEA Juan Manuel (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    CHANTIT Salima (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    CHAOUNI BENABDELLAH Naoual (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    CHEIKHI Laila (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    CHEFCHAOUNI M. A. Charif (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    CHEN Shuwei (University of Ulster-Coleraine- UK)
    DELGADO Tatiana(CUJAE-Havana- CUBA)
    DAOUDI Mohamed ( IMT Lille-Douai, France)
    DOUZI Khadija (FST-Mohammedia ,Morocco)
    DSSOULI Rachida (University of Concordia-Montreal, Canada)
    EL BAKKALI Hanane (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    ELBAQQALI Omar (FS DM-FES- Morocco)
    El BEGGAR Omar (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    ELMZABI AMAL (FSEJ- UH2M, Morocco)
    EL BOUKHARI Mohamed (EST-Oujda, Morocco)
    ELBOUZIRI Adil (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    EL FADDOULI Nour-Eddine(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    ELHACHEMI Nizar(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    EL HASSAN Abelwahed (FSS-UCAM, Morocco)
    EL KOUCH Rachid (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    EN-NOUAARY Abdesslam(INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    ERRAIS Mohammed Amine (FSAC-Casablanca, Morocco)
    ESSAAIDI Mohamed (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    FERNANDEZ ALEMAN Jose L. (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
    FRINI Anissa (UQAR Qu_bec- Canada)
    HADDI Adil (EST-Berrachid, Morocco)
    HAFIDDI Hatim (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    HAMLICH Mohamed (ENSAM-CASABLANCA, Morocco)
    HASBI Abderrahim(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    IBN ELHAJ Elhassane(INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    IDRI Ali (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    JANATI IDRISSI Mohamed Abdou (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KABBAJ Mohammed Issam(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    KASSOU Ismail (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KERZAZI Noureddine (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KHOSHGOFTAAR Taghi (FAU-Florida- USA)
    KHALID Nafil (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)
    KHALIDI IDRISSI Mohammed (EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    KHOUKHI Fadoul (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    KHOUMSI A. (U. Sherbrooke CANADA)
    KISSI Mohamed (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    KRATZ Frederic (INSA Centre Val de Loire-Bourges- France)
    LIU Jun(University of Ulster-Coleraine- UK)LOUNIS Hakim (UQAM-Montreal- Canada)
    KOULALI Mohammed Amine (ENSAO, University Med 1st, Oujda Morocco)
    LAHBY Mohammed (ENS- Casablanca, Morocco)
    LAZAAR Saiida(ENSA of Tangier, Morocco)
    LBATH Ahmed (Université Grenoble-Alpes, France)
    LESOT Marie Jeanne (LIP6-Paris, France)
    LOUNIS Hakim(UQAM-Montreal, Canada)
    MAHMOUDI Abdelhak(ENS-UM5-Rabat, Morocco)
    MAMMAS Driss (FS-Agadir, Morocco)
    MARSALA Christophe (LIP6-Paris, France)
    MARTINEZ LOPEZ Luis(University of Jaen-Jaen, Spain)
    MEZRIOUI Abdellatif (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    MINKU Leandro (University of Leicester- UK)
    MOUSSAOUI Omar (University Med 1st, Oujda, Morocco)
    NAFAOUI El habib(FS DM-Fes, Morocco)
    NAJI Abdelwahab(ENSET-Mohammadia, Morocco)
    NAJID Abdellah (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    NKUMBOU Roger (UQAM-Montreal, Canada)
    NOUR EL FATH Mustapha (University Laval-Laval, Canada)
    OUADDAH Aafaf (INPT Rabat, Morocco)
    PARK You-Jin(Chung-Ang University- South Korea)
    PUENTE TAZON Antonio (Université de Cantabria, Spain)
    RACHAD Taoufik(ENSEM, Morocco)
    RACHIDI Tajje-Eddine (AUI-IFRANE, Morocco)
    RAHMANI Ahmed (Ecole Centrale, LILLE, France)
    RAMDANI Mohammed (FST-Mohammedia , Morocco)
    RANC Daniel(TELECOM Sudparis-Paris, France)
    RAOUYANE Brahim (FSAC-Casablanca, Morocco)
    RETBI Asmae(EMI-Rabat, Morocco)
    RIFQI Maria (LIP6-Paris- France)
    ROBERT Serge (UQAM-Montreal- Canada)
    ROS JOAQUIN Nicolas (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    SABBAR Wafae(FSJES-Casablanca, Morocco)
    SADDOUNE Mohammed (FST-Mohammedia, Morocco)
    SANCHEZ MEDIAVILLA Angel (Université de Cantabria, Spain)
    SELLAMI Asma (University of Sfax-Sfax- Tunisia)
    SETTI Larbi (Université Abdelmalek Essaadi, Morocco)
    TAMTAOUI Ahmed (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    TAZI Said(LAAS-Toulouse- France)
    TESTIK Murat Caner (HacettepeUniversity- Turkey)
    TOVAL Ambrosio (University of Murcia-Murcia, Spain)
    TRIBAK Abdelwahed(INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    VENTURA SOTO Sebastiýn (University of Cýrdoba-Cýrdoba- Spain)
    WANG Hui(University of Ulster-Coleraine- UK)
    YOUSFI Abdellah (FSEJ-UM5-Rabat, Morocco)
    ZAIDOUNI Dounia (INPT-Rabat, Morocco)
    ZAKRANI Abdelali(ENSAM-Casablanca, Morocco)
    ZEITOUNI Karine (UVSQ-Versailles, France)
    ZELLOU Ahmed (ENSIAS-Rabat, Morocco)

    Organizing Local Committee

      AMINE Aziza (INPT, Rabat)
      AZIZ Khadija (INPT, Rabat)
      BAINA Amine (INPT, Rabat)
      BARKA Hafid (INPT, Rabat)
      BELMEKKI Abdelhamid (INPT, Rabat)
      BELMEKKI Elmostafa (INPT, Rabat)
      BENSAID Hicham (INPT-Rabat)
      EL ALAMI Hassan (INPT-Rabat)
      ESSAIDI Abdessamad (INPT-Rabat)
      ET-TOLBA Mohammed (INPT-Rabat)
      kASMI Ouafae(INPT-Rabat)
      KASSIMI Mohammed (INPT-Rabat)
      RAOUYANE Brahim (FSAC-Casablanca)
      TRIBAK Abdelwahed (INPT-Rabat)
      ZAIDOUNI Dounia (INPT-Rabat)

    Contact

    INPT
    Avenue Allal Al Fassi, RabatMorocco


    Phone: (+212) 5380-02700

    sita20@sitaconference.org

    sita20@inpt.ac.ma

    www.inpt.ac.ma

    Organizer

    • Institut national des postes et télécommunications (INPT)

      INPT

      Institut national des postes et télécommunications (INPT), Rabat.

    Sponsor

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      ACM ICPS

      ACM ICPS Morocco Section.

    PARTNERS

    • National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications (INPT)

      INPT

      National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications.

    • ANRT

      ANRT

      Agence Nationale de Réglementation des Télécommunications.





    • Ecole des Sciences de l'Information

      FSTM

      Faculté des Sciences et Techniques de Mohammedia

    • HASSAN II University Of Casablanca.

      UH2C

      HASSAN II University Of Casablanca.





    • National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis (ENSIAS)

      ENSIAS

      National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis.

    • Mohammadia School of Engineers (EMI)

      EMI

      Mohammadia School of Engineers.

    • Mohammed V University in Rabat

      UMVR

      Mohammed V University in Rabat.

    • ACM ICPS  Morocco Section

      ACM ICPS

      ACM ICPS Morocco Section.

    • CNRST

      CNRST

      Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique et Technique