Associate Professor, Faculty of Computing and Logistics, International University of Rabat
Dr. Mohamed BAKHOUYA is an associate professor at International University of Rabat. He obtained his HDR from UHA-France in 2013 and his PhD from UTBM-France in 2005. He has more than five years experiences in participating and working in sponsored projects. He was PI of Aalto starting grant at Aalto University-Finland (2011-2013), Co-PI (UTBM side) of two European projects ASSET (Advanced Safety and Driver Support in Efficient Road Transport, FP7-SST, 2008-2011, and TELEFOT (Field Operational Tests of Aftermarket and Nomadic Devises in Vehicles, FP7-ICT, 2008-2012. He spent two years as a research scientist in US at George Washington University, HPC laboratory participating and working in sponsored projects, mainly UPC (Unified Parallel C) and NSF Center of High-performance and REConfigurable Computing. He was also a member (UTBM side) of EU EACEA Erasmus Mundus project TARGET I/II (Transfer of Appropriate Requirements for Global Education and Technology), 2011-2015. He is currently a PI of CASANET project (CNRST, 2015-2017), Co-PI of MIGRID (USAID-PEER program, 2017-2019), PI of HELECAR (PSA OpenLAB@Maroc, 2017-2019), Co-PI of SELFSERV (VLIR-UOS, 2016-2018), and Co-PI of AFRIKATATERRE (Solar Dechatlon AFRICA, 2017-2019). He was a reviewer of research project for Agence Nationale de la Recherche, (France, 2011), Ministero dell' Istruzione, dell' Università e della Ricerca (Italy, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017), and for European Commission-FP7 (2013-2015). He was EiC of IJARAS journal and also serves as a guest editor of a number of international journals, ACM Trans. on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems, Product Development Journal, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, FGCS, and MICRO. He has published more than 100 papers in international journals, books, and conferences. He has co-authored a book on Geopositioning and Mobility. His research interests include various aspects related to the design and implementation of distributed and complex systems using Big data and CEP techniques.