Ecole supérieu​re d'informaitque Salama

Deep learning for Estimating Sensor Reading in Sastainable IoT

Presenter: Dr Djamel Djenouri

Associate Professor
Department of computer science and creative technologies
University of the West of England
Bristol, UK




Djamel Djenouri obtained the Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Science and Technology (USTHB), Algeria, in 2007. He was granted a post-doctoral fellowship from the European Research Consortium on Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM) and has been working at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway, from 2008 to 2009. He was a senior research scientist (Director of Research) and deputy director at CERIST, Algiers. He also served as adjunct full professor at Blida university and the EMP polytechnic university, Algiers. In Dec 2019, he joined the University of the West of England (UWE), UK. He is working on topics related Internet of things, wireless and mobile networks, network security, machine learning and application for smart cities and green applications. He has been conducting several research projects with international collaborations as the principal investigator for many of them. He participated in many international conferences worldwide and gave many keynotes and plenary-session talks. He has been granted mobility internships for short visits to many renowned universities including NTNU, SICS (Stockholm), university of Cape Town, UPC Barcelona, JMU Liverpool, UTC (Compiegne), Nuertingen Geislingen university (Stuttgart), university of Padova, university of Oxford, etc. He has been a visiting researcher to NTNU in 2017 and 2019. He published more than 130 papers in international peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, two books, and he is holding two national patents. He voluntarily contributed to the organization of many conferences and workshops, and he served as TPC member of many international conferences, as well as guest editor, member of editorial board, reviewer for many Journals. He is a senior member of Association of Commuting Machinery (ACM), member of the Arab/German Young Academy of Science and Humanities (AGYA), and fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (HEA).