The 8th International Conference on Algorithms, Computing and Systems
    October 11-13, 2024 ▪ Hong Kong Metropolitan University, Hong Kong

Prof Ghizlane Orhanou
Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco

Ghizlane Orhanou, Full Professor in Faculty of Sciences, member of the Laboratory of Mathematics, Computing and Applications - Information Security (LabMiA-SI), Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco since 2013. She received Ph.D degree in Computer sciences from the Mohammed V University in Rabat in 2011 and the Habilitation to direct theses in 2016 from the same University. She received in 2001 a Telecommunication Engineer diploma from Telecommunication Engineering Institute (INPT – Morocco), and worked for about 3 years as GPRS and Intelligent Network Engineer, and for 9 years as System and Network Security Engineer. She serves as an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Information Security and Privacy. She served and continue to serve on Technical Program Committees and as reviewer of numerous international conferences and Journals. The main research interests are Networking, Information and Network security, Intrusion Detection, Prevention and Tolerance, Machine learning in Cybersecurity.

Asst. Prof. Thomas Selig
Xi'an Jiaotong -Liverpool University, China

Dr. Thomas Selig is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computing, School of Advanced Technology (SAT), at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), Suzhou, China. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, in December 2014. He followed this with postdoctoral research positions at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK from 2015 to 2018, and at the University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, from 2018 to 2019, and has been working at XJTLU since December 2019. His research interests lie at the boundary between theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics, with a particular emphasis on combinatorics, including enumerative and bijective combinatorics, and combinatorial algorithms. His current research projects relate to tthe study of combinatorial and algorithmic aspects of discrete time-based dynamical systems, such as parking functions or sandpile models.