Mohamed Boukhebouze currently is the Head of the Data Science department at CETIC. He received Mohamed Boukhebouze received his Master degree in 2006, and his PhD degree in 2010, both in computer science at the University of Lyon, France. From 2009 to 2012, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Computer Science of the University of Namur.
His research interests include data management & analysis of large data (bigdata), and the development of AI-based products. He has made significant contributions to several large-scale research projects. For instance, he was the project&product manager of the INAH project, funded by the Walloon government, aimed at establishing an innovative platform for secure access to medical data while adhering to legal and ethical data protection regulations. Another notable project is P15Insight, which seeks to define and implement innovative data architecture to automate the consolidation and analysis of industrial data for Prayon, with the goal of optimizing industrial installations and translating these techniques into a service offering.
Furthermore, Mohamed is the author of numerous research articles, which can be found on DBLP. He also actively serves as a member of the review committees for several international conferences and journals, including Project Management Journal, ANT, NISS, KER, among others.