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Nabil Benamar

School - School of Science and Engineering Employment Status - Part-Time Office - Building 8, Office No. 220 Office hours - TBA Office extension - N/A
Dr. Benamar is a Full Professor of Computer Sciences at the School of Technology, Moulay Ismail University of Meknes. He holds a Ph.D. in Sciences from Faculty of Sciences-Meknes (2004), a Master degree in Physics (2001) and a Master degree in Computer Networks (INPT 2003). His main research topics are IPv6, IoT, Intelligent Transport Systems, Autonomous Driving, and Next Generation Networks. He is the author of several journal papers in highly ranked journals, as well as IETF Standard documents. He is currently serving as an Associate Editor of the "IEEE Access" and the "Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing" journals, and reviewer for several IEEE, Elsevier, Wiley, and Springer journals. Dr. Benamar is a TPC member of different IEEE Flagship conferences (Globecom, ICC, PIMRC, WCNC, etc..), and a member of the Organizing Committee of WCNC'2019. Furthermore, he is an IPv6 expert ( certified) and IPv6 trainer with many international organisms (RIPE/MENOG, AFRINIC, and Agence Universitaire de Francophonie). He became an expert in Internet Governance after completion of ISOC Next generation e-learning programme. He has been selected as an ISOC Ambassador to IGF (2012 and 2013), Google panelist in the first Arab-IGF, ISOC fellow to IETF'89&92&95&99&103, and ICANN'50&54 fellow. Among his commitments, he is chairing the Task Force for Arabic IDNs, which is a part of Global Stakeholder Engagement (GSE) of ICANN, a team of people working on making the DNS speak Arabic and enabling Email address Internationalization. He is the chair of the UASG measurement WG, an ICANN initiative for ensuring the Universal Acceptance. He also served as a member of the G6 association for IPv6 and one of the contributors to the IPv6 MOOC. Teaching Interests: IoT, Cloud/Fog Computing, Python, Data Analysis, Network Programmability, Operating Systems, Computer Networks and Network Security.