IFIP WG5.1 Chair:

International Federation for Information Processing Working Group (WG) 5.1 on lifecycle engineering (modelling, tracking, preservation…)

Dr. Abdelaziz research interests focus on architectures for lifecycle engineering and information modelling, including ontology construction, semantic consistency, intelligent products modelling and digital preservation for industry and smart city applications. He guided more than 20 PhD works in these fields, published around 200 papers in referred journals and international conferences, and regularly edits books and conference proceedings.

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 Directed Professorship Research Habilitations:

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    1. G. Neubert, Integration and Collaboration in Supply Chains (Professor, EM Lyon, France)
    2. Y. Ouzrout, Collaborative Architectures for Decision Making in Networked Organisations (Professor & Dean, University of Lyon, France)
    3. N. Moalla, Enterprise Information Systems Performance Enhancement (Professor, University of Lyon, France)
    4. B. Louhichi, Intégration des outils de conception, simulation et validation (Assoc. Professor, ISSAT Tunisia)
    5. S. Elkosantini,Contribution to the development of new intelligent approaches for reactive and distributed disturbance management in complex systems: application to transport and logistics systems (Assoc. Professor, FSEGNabeul, Tunisia)

Supervised PhDs:

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    1. M. BELAZIZ, Simplification and idealisation of form features for  CAD-Analysis integration.
    2. A. TEHARI, Morphological analysis of models for products description with features, depending on the viewpoints.
    3. G. WAHU, Simplification of the representation of free form models within a data exchange context.
    4. L. BUZON, Contribution to the structuration of knowledge exchange within supply chains collaboration relationships.
    5. S. CHEHBI-GAMOURA, Modelling and simulation of supply chains collaborative processes: a Multi-Agent approach.
    6. A. WATTKY, Modelling and reorganisation of supply chain processes in an outsourcing context.
    7. R. DERROUICHE, Analysis and characterisation of dyadic relations between supply chain partners.
    8. N. MOALLA, Data quality enhancement in vaccine industry – a model driven interoperability approach.
    9. E. ENFAOUI, Distributed decision making architectures and    supply chain proactive simulations: A Multi Agent approach.
    10. H. GERYVILLE, A product informtion exchange and sharing architecture: Knowledge transformation and adaptation within an extended entreprise.
    11. P. SUREEPHONG, Characterisation of information and knowledge exchange for entreprise networks: deployment of a knowledge management system for an artisanal industry cluster in Thailand.
    12. S. EL-KADIRI, Deployment methodology of information systems with the incorporation of product lifecycle technical and organisational data.
    13. A. BISSAY, Definition of a deployment methodology for a SME-PLM lifecycle information system.
    14. N. REEVEERAKUL, Knowledge based system for manufacturing investment based on multi-criteria analysis.
    15. T. MANAKITSIRISUTHI, A knowledge management system for products end of life: application to electronic products recycling.
    16. F. TENG, Methodology and Architecture for Products Long Term Knowledge Preservation — A dynamic preservation approach and a multi-layer architecture.
    17. A. BEN KHEDHER, Enhancement of product data quality exchanged between engineering and production through dedicated information systems integration.
    18. S. ANTITEERAKUL, Towards green supply chains for Thai electronics industry.
    19. M. FAHAD, Disjoint-Knowledge Analysis and Preservation in Ontology Merging Processes.
    20. H. ZHANG, Enterprise lifecycle systems improvement based on maturity evaluation and reputation analysis.
    21. Y. XI, A continuous improvement approach to enhance product environmental performance.
    22. K. SAKSRISATHAPORN, Multi-criteria knowledge based decision support system within a project lifecycle management approach: application to humanitarian supply chain management.
    23. M. NAEEM, A holistic Dynamic Decision Making System for ranking opportunities in enterprise collaboration.
    24. A. HEFNAWY, Smart City Ecosystem’s lifecycle modelling.
    25. P. SUEBSOMBUT, Smart Farming System to support sustainable agriculture in northern Thailand.
    26. H. GASMI, Information Extraction for Cybersecurity Ontology Learning: A Neural Networks Approach.
    27. A. BELHI, Deep Learning based framework for digital heritage curation.
    28. T. ABU MUSA, Blockchain information extraction for Ontology Learning.