I am a PhD student in Computer and Data Science at the IRIMAS of the Université Haute-Alsace. I am currently working on machine learning algorithms for time series classification with my brilliant supervisors: Germain Forestier, Jonathan Weber, Lhassane Idoumghar and Pierre-Alain Muller. I hold an M.Sc. (2017) in Databases and Artificial Intelligence from the Université de Bourgogne - Dijon (France) and another M.Sc. (2017) in Software Engineering from the Université Antonine - Beirut (Lebanon). During my master thesis at Orange Labs - Sophia Antipolis (France) I developed a recommendation engine for a dataset exchange platform by combining machine learning and semantic web data. As for my final year engineering project TICKET Lab - Beirut (Lebanon) I worked on preserving data privacy using linear programming optimization techniques. I have been a visiting researcher at the Welten Institute - Heerlen (Netherlands), the LIP6 - Paris (France) and the CARES Lab - Detroit (USA). Since 2018, I have been the instructor of the Deep Learning course at the engineering school ENSISA.
My research interests include Time series analysis, particularly Deep learning; Data augmentation; Transfer learning; Adversarial Attacks and Clustering techniques applied for time series classification.