IEEE
IEEE INSAT SB
CS
EMBS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
IAS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
PES INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
RAS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
IEEE INSAT SB ACHIEVEMENTS AROUND THE WORLD
SKANDER MANSOURI EXPERIENCE
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The institute of electrical and electronics
engineers of IEEE for short was founded
January the first, 1963 as fruit of the AIEE (the
American institute of electrical and engineers)
and the IRE (the institute of radio engineers)
merging into an organization that is dedicated
to the continuing progress of electronics and
technology which aims to provide a better
future for all mankind.
As the world moves to a new range of electronics, giving away your standard computers to
portable ones, evolving into satellites and fiber optics, IEEE was one of the first to adapt to a new
generation of technological innovations that included robotics, nanotechnologies, ultrasonics and
much more.
with more than 350.000 members in 160 countries by 2010 , the IEEE is globally recognized for
its wide range contributions to the world of technical professionals and its honest visions towards
the empowerment of humanity through technologies, which are visibly found in the IEEE CORE
Values : being TRUSTED as a reliable source of information, ENCOURAGING studies and research as a
priority to the organization , CREATING a community of confident, wise and trustworthy professionals
, able to lead the world-wide researches forward and making a noticeable difference in their areas
of expertise, PROVIDING the learners with the best conditions and a suitable atmosphere to boost
productivity and self-empowerment, OFFERING to the world highly gifted distinguished people with
adaptability and the ability to be active in all fields of life, and who are exemplary in work ethnics
and integrity.
IEEE is not only an organization which provides excellence and high quality studies, it is also a
sample of an integrative society with active members and a productive staff.
It is the sponsor of more than 1.600 conferences in nearly 80 countries including offices in the
U.S, China, Japan India and more.
With more than 4 million documents in digital libraries, it takes the lead as a visionary, pioneering,
educative organization making its future goals to expand its communities to integrate more individuals
into fruitful , flexible debates and collaborations, empowering more professionals , bringing forth
technology and using it to help solve our modern-world dilemmas and conflicts , providing better
future for the next generations to come , ensuring dynamic , productive activities and conferences
focused on technology and development , adapting to the demands of the surrounding based on
the needs of the public and individuals.
IEEE is more than an organization; it is ambition, hard work, empowerment, humanitarian efforts
honesty and integrity. It is now and the future.
IEEE INSAT Student Branch is a recent Branch of the Tunisia section was created in November
2012 by 12 Student members and a senior member, Mrs.Afef Banani, attached to the Industrial
Computing and Automation field.
Presently, it counts more than 300 members in different chapters; PES (power and energy society)
EMBS (IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society) CS (computer society) IAS (industry
applications society) RAS (robotics and automation society) and most recently WIE (Women In
engineering) Affinity Group.
The executive board is composed of the following members:
Nader Zouaoui: Chair
Sarra Ben Rabii: Vice-Chair
Nouha Malouche: General Secretary
Emna Ben Abdel Fatteh: Treasurer
Emna Chelly: Human Resources Manager
IEEE INSAT Student Branch is proud of its achievements so far. Its hard-working members’ efforts
led, so far, to winning
- The second prize award at TSYP 2013 for the project ‘photovoltaic pumping system over the
sun’
- IEEE Tunisia Section Exemplary Student Branch for 2014-2015
- Best designed poster at SYP 2016
- 2 students enterprise awards
- Best Tunisia video for star program on TSYP 2016
- Delegation Of Aspiration winner (MESYP)
As a student branch, IEEE INSAT SB depends mainly on volunteers to organize the events and
activities held by the branch. Volunteers can come from any department whether within National
institute of applied science and technology or from other institutes. Becoming an IEEE volunteer can
be a gratifying and memorable experience.
Whether your skills are suited for organizing conferences and meetings, financial reporting,
communicating or maintaining web sites, chances are your local Section or Society is in need of
someone with your expertise.
As an IEEE volunteer, you can take pride in participating in activities that interest you, while
expanding your knowledge of the IEEE, gaining valuable management and leadership skills, and
connecting with others in your profession.
IEEE
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CS
IEEE Computer Society sits on the number
of membership’s throne with more than 60.000
members.
It is the reliable fountain of networking,
information and career-development of a world-
wide community of technology leaders that
encompasses researchers, educators, software
engineers, IT professionals, employers, and
students.
This association was established in 1971 with a main objective and goal to advance computer
science’s theory, practice and applications.
IEEE CS subsidize more than 200 technical conferences and events each year, including the
industry-oriented “Rock Stars” series, all over the world, aimed at research and industry professionals,
needless to mention their evolutionary publications (17 scholarly journals and 13 magazines among
others) featuring the latest technology trends.
In addition to what have been included, it also provides useful products such as “myComputer”
app, and professional education and training and has forged development and provider partnerships
with major institutions and corporations internationally.
The IEEE INSAT CS chapter was founded Mars 2015 by no other than Skander Mansouri with
Mrs.Sfaxi Lilia as an advisor.
The executive board is composed of:
Dhia Elhaq Rzig: Chair
Ichrak Mars: Vice Chair
Meriam Rebaa: General Secretary
Houcem Kacem: Human Resources
Sahar Ben Turkia: Technical Manager
Rym Ben Khamsa: Media Manager
Ali Bouhlel: Treasurer
Computer Society 2016-2017 : Off to a Great
Start, with greater things to come …
IEEE INSAT SB CS started early this year with
the second edition of IEEE Summer School , a
late August initiative where members and non-
members alike were given the chance to discover
a variety of technical fields including Android
development and User Experience by professional
experts in the fields. Through these sessions,
attendees were not only given the chance to
sharpen their skills, they were also offered the
chance to see the world of opportunities that
IEEE unlocks.
INSAT CS then carried on with two training sessions
and a participation Hub for the famous IEEEXtreme, a
24 hour coding competition known for its high level
problems and entertaining yet tiring format. It took place
on the 24th of October and was hosted in collaboration
with IEEE ULT SB. “I barely got more than a 0, but it was
much more challenging, and fun! than I thought it would
be “ expressed one participant .
Through the month of November , with their limitless motivation and energy, IEEE CS members
contributed in the preparation for the 3rd Big Data Meetup at INSAT , as well the preparations for
the event IEEE’Energy .
Last but not least, on the 16th of December, IEEE CS members helped teach children with ages
ranging from 10 to 12 the basics of programming using the software Scratch as a part of the Hour
of Code initiative. Giving it the IEEE twist, the children were also given initiations in the basics of
robotics and renewable energies courtesy of members from IEEE INSAT PES and IEEE INSAT RAS. The
joy of the children and the IEEEians was echoed through the pictures that many of the latter shared
on social networks.
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IEEE-EMBS, one of the multiple IEEE branches, is
currently composed of approximately 8000 members out
of the total of 32.000 IEEE member.
As the world’s largest bioengineering society , the
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society has , since
its founding in the early 1950s , aimed to providing
global leadership to benefit its members and the entire
humanity by both emphasizing on and contributing to
the advance the applications of engineering sciences
and technology to both medicine and biology , and
promoting the professions related to this domain , through
the dissemination of knowledge , the establishment of
standards , the fostering of professional development and
finally and most importantly the recognition of excellence .
As members of one of the most active IEEE committee,
EMBS family individuals gain membership advantages
within both the EMB society and the far larger IEEE
organization, such as a subscription to the IEEE EMBS Magazine issuing 6 times per year, large
reductions regarding subscription fees for other EMBS technical publications, and reduced registration
rates for the Annual International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference.
EMBS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
EMBS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER is the 3rd chapter of EMBS in Tunisia Section and has more
than 100 members.
The executive board is composed of:
Ghassen Chtioui: Chair
Nada Baccar : Vice Chair
Souha Kacem : Treasurer
Malek Bouallegue : General Secretary
Ons Memmi : Human Resources Manager
Ghofrane Ben Aissa : Media Manager
The Chapter events will take place, expectantly, during the second semester.
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Being a hard-working student, having
always the highest grades and then getting your
diploma with an excellent average makes of
you a great student but not necessarily a great
engineer … You may possess knowledge, but
you are way behind when it comes to dealing
with real industry equipment. Besides, facing
all the competition in the industrial field with a
confused mind and an unclear goal is a really
hard task.
Hopefully, your fears will vanish after knowing
about the IEEE Industry Applications Society,
one of the largest special interest societies
within the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers.
IAS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
As a transnational organization, IAS aims to improve « the theory and practice of electrical and
electronic engineering in the development, design, manufacture and application of electrical systems,
apparatus, devices, and controls to the processes and equipment of industry and commerce; the
promotion of safe, reliable, and economic installations; industry leadership in energy conservation
and environmental, health, and safety issues; and the creation of voluntary engineering standards
and recommended practices. »
By keeping members abreast of current developments in the area of technology in electricity and
electronics, IAS ensures their empowerment, both personally and professionally.
In fact, all IAS members have the opportunity to attend informative meetings, seminars and
conferences related to industrial progress. They have also access to valuable professional publications
such as journals, conferences, and standards in electrical, electronics, and all related technologies.
Moreover, IAS sponsors a range of books and periodicals within its technical specialty, ensuring
a stronger professional knowledge connection.
Through these activities, every member can make a real difference and contribute to a more
productive and safer industrial environment.
IEEE IAS CHAPTER INSAT STUDENT BRANCH:
The chapter was created on October 2014.
The reason behind its foundation is that a group of students believed how important it is for
them, as well as their peers, to put their theoretical knowledge into practice at an early stage of
their education in order to develop skills enabling them to become potential leaders and to have a
prosperous career path.
Counting 176 active members by the end of 2016, this chapter has been, since its creation, one
of the most active chapters of the IEEE INSAT SB.
The most memorable achievement the IAS team is that Zoubeir Zarrouk, former IEEE IAS Chapter
INSAT BS, received on October 2014 the 2nd prize of the IAS Myron Zucker Undergraduate Student
Design Contest; for his project entitled “Design and implementation a simulation tool for the
Reconfigurable Smart Grid” during the IAS Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
This year slim bouakez and islem chrif will have the honor of participating in Portland Benefits
OF being IAS member.
IAS INSAT Student branch’s executive board composition is the following:
Islem Cherif: Chair
Skander Khelil: Vice chair
Eya Bourguiba: Communication and sponsoring manager
Ahmed Khabkhab: Logistics and finance manager
Zeineb Bouzid: General Secretary
Malek Ajam: IAS coordinator
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LabVIEW training session
In the framework of a
collaboration between the IEEE
INSAT SB’s IAS chapter and the
LabVIEW Student Ambassador (LSA)
program of the National Instruments
(NI), a series of LabVIEW training
sessions was triggered with the aim
of familiarizing the students from
all over Tunisian institutes with this
software.
The sessions began on the 5th of
October 2016, they are being led by
Mr.Hichem Bellali who was charged
by the LSA to assure the course at
INSAT.
The weekly-evolving sessions interested many students and gathered more than 35 participants
desiring to develop their graphic programming skills.
In the end of the training, scheduled to be on February 2017, the candidates who are interested
in going further with the LSA can pass an evaluation exam. A number of them will be selected to get
the CLAD certificate with no charges, sponsored by the NI.
IAS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
With meetings and congresses all year round, connecting us with likeminded people from all
over the world, IEEE has proven to be a gateway to a greater future for motivated men and women
everywhere and the IAS annual meeting is yet another opportunity for young innovators to rise to
their full potential and showcase their wit and creativity to the rest of the world.
This event was held October 2016 in Portland,Oregon,USA and it sure was a busy few days for the
attendees as they assisted with workshops organized by CMD chapters where ,in fact, our very own
Islem Cherif had the honor of representing the IAS Tunisian student chapter’s activities.
The event lined up as well a technical tour of the Bonneville lock and dam at Multnomah Falls.
Built and managed by the US army, the dam is used to generate electrical power and to control
river navigation. The tour was as described Islem “so informative, not to mention the beauty of the
Multnomah Falls”.
For Islem this experience was also an eye opener to the vision of the IAS society and its goals as
she had the opportunity to meet the IAS executive board and exchange ideas with other members
and pioneers in the industry.
And I’m positive the event held a lot more than just professional value to Islem and the rest of the
delegation of Tunisia as they performed a Tunisian “hadhra” during the CMD dinner in order to show
their pride and love for their country as well as share a bit of our culture with the attendees for being
an IEEE member is an experience that extends beyond the boundaries of countries it is a chance for
youth everywhere to achieve their goals, expand their knowledge and simply thrive.
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Power and energy is the oldest society
of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE) focused on the scientific and
engineering knowledge about electric power
and energy
PES, a chapter, which allows, us, the
engineers and the future engineers, to know
all that is connected to electric energy, to be
able to share and follow closely and exactly
what surrounds this vast domain. New ideas,
innovations, knowledge and much more will be
at your disposal. In other words, PES members
are the leaders of this sector. The benefits of
being a pes member allow them to innovate
and create what was before unimaginable and
unattainable.
The history Of the IEEE Power & Energy Society goes back to one of the merged societies that
formed the IEEE: the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE, founded 1884).
When the AIEE and the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE, founded 1912) merged in 1963 to form
the IEEE,
The IEEE chose the more decentralized organization structure of the IRE. Starting in 1970 this
resulted in the first IEEE societies; the main part of IRE became the IEEE Computer Society and the
main part of AIEE became the IEEE Power Engineering Society. On April 22, 2008 the IEEE Power
Engineering Society changed its name into the IEEE Power & Energy Society
Benefits of being a PES member:
Free membership
Notification for upcoming conferences
Conferences are also available in videos format should you not have the time nor the means
to physically be there.
Networking with other PES members, exchanging information and such.
PES INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
November 23rd:
Our student branch chapter was invited by PES ENIT SBC for a visit to their Power Plant. It was a
chance for the participants to discover a center of informing and trial of photovoltaic energy. They also
exchanged ideas and perspectives with the ENIT student branch members for future collaborations.
PES INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER is the 3rd chapter of PES in Tunisia Section.
In 2016, it had about 78 members from IEEE INSAT SB.
The executive board members are:
Mohamed Abidi: Chair
Asma Gdoura : Vice-Chair
Hela Beya Zouari : General secretary
Khédhiri Khaoula : Treasurer
PES INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER EVENTS
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November 30th: IEEE’Energy:
IEEE’s on Energy, hosted by PES student chapter, was a masterpiece crafted by IEEE INSAT
student branch gifted minds and skillful fingers, raising awareness about the ongoing energy crisis
and introducing alternatives in a very upbeat and inviting environment . The institution hall was
transformed into an art gallery by the theme “Energy”. Various ambitious students presented their
fruit of research and experiments. The workshops were well thought out and interesting yet simple,
discussing the possibility of harvesting energy from plants, plastic, the noise, you name it!
Who knew you can light up a lamp by dancing or better yet, only by the heat of the palm of your
hand!
That wasn’t all as almost every project had a functioning prototype of the process they were
discussing: solar energy powered charger, wind energy powered house, etc.
And it didn’t stop there, as students got to enjoy watching a documentary about the impacts of
climate changes and how far can we reverse the situation starring ‘Leonardo Di Caprio’. With the
presence of some of our expert-on-the-matter professors, the movie’s topic was open for a debate.
Both students and professors gave their point of views, arguments and solutions to limit the effect
of the peril at hand.
This event promised a new outlook on energy and it sure delivered!
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December 17th:
In collaboration with Computer Society and RAS, PES participated in the Hour of code organized
in the Youth club Rades where they presented some of the IEEE’E projects and made small challenges
for the kids.
December 18th:
Participated in the Power and Energy Neighbors Congress which was in joint events with TSYP.
It was a chance to foster the bonds between the neighbors IEEE PES chapter. This year Egypt was
present and students from both countries discussed serious energy related problems and suggested
some solutions in order to contribute in the development of Tunisia and Egypt. The participants also
benefited of the technical and non-technical workshops that took place during the event.
December 22nd:
Organized in collaboration with AutoClub and Club INSAT Maintenance an industrial visit to the
‘Cimenterie de Bizerte’ where they got the chance to learn more about the industrial life.
IEEE chapters offer a great deal of perks including first look at the newest discoveries and
innovations in various fields as well as opportunities to share and discuss those breakthroughs with
people from all around the world that are as passionate and interested in the scientific and technical
fields as you are.
And one of those opportunities is the PES student congress that had its second installment last
October in Kuala Lumpur, Malesia.
This event was the highlight of the year for many PES members including our own Dorsaf Ennacer
that had only great things to say about her experience.
“I was very happy and appreciative to be a part of such great experience. I learned so
much in those few days and have gained a new understanding of how an engineer could
have such effective role in his society and
could make a big difference in the world.
The PES student congress enabled the
participants to expand their professional network
and hold discussions on a variety of PES related
topics like renewable energy, Smart grid, etc...
Moreover the congress gave the attendees the
chance to have pleasant interactions and share
meaningful, long lasting bonds with people from
different backgrounds
“ the participant team was a great group
with such big enthusiasm and positive spirit
that helped make our time together both
productive and fun.” described Dorsaf.
As with every IEEE gathering, the PES student
congress was a great success that promised
better events and more opportunities for PES
students everywhere. And in Dorsaf‘s words we
encourage you “ to look for and grab these
opportunities and be more involved in these
activities in order to be the Engineer you are
supposed to be.
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Last year the IEEE INSAT Student
Branch gave birth to its first edition of
the RAS Chapter, offering even more
resources, more opportunities to apply
and sharpen the skills of its members.
But first, what is the IEEE RAS?
Being one of the 39 societies in the
10 technical divisions of the IEEE, the
RAS (Robotics & Automation Society)
includes 11000 members.
The Robotics & Automation Society (RAS) strives to advance innovation, education, and
fundamental and applied research in both Robotics and Automation. The society’s goal is to give its
members the resources and quality trainings in order to make them competent and at ease with this
specialized field.
So how does the RAS operate to achieve such a goal?
The RAS fosters research and education, professional development and industrial and commercial
applications of R&A through
- Conferences
- Workshops &Tutorials
- Certifications
RAS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER
The Executive Board of the RAS Chapter in the INSAT Student branch is the following:
Ben Boussaha Seif: Chair
Khalfaoui Rkdha: vice chair
Amani Guefrech: General Secretary
Makni Omar: project manager
Bouneb mohamed Amine: treasurer & fundraising manager
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CAMP:
Youth are our hope yet our responsibility. Thus, investing in their education and the development
of their abilities to observe, learn, create and innovate should definitely be our vocation and among
our top priorities.
IEEE INSAT SB’s RAS Chapter took this reasoning to reality and led off its activities for this semester
with a very challenging and delicate mission.
In a collaboration with the youth for science foundation, the RAS Chapter organized the Science
& technology camp which took place in the faculty of science of Al Monastir from the 1st to the 14th
of august 2016.
While enjoying the weather and the beauty of Monastir, the participants, all students from
middle and high schools, had a rather interesting program waiting for them. The camp prepared a
consistent schedule of eight modules comprising: robotics, 3D printer, ADN, video games, Arduino
programming, renewable energies, chemistry and geometrical optics.
To enliven the robotics training session, seven members of the RAS Chapter were there, ready to
pass on their wisdom. The students were divided to eight groups, each one got a day and a half to
learn about the basics of this discipline and get familiar with it. And in the end, each session wound
up with a little project to enforce what the children got from their journey.
The camp was concluded with satisfied organizers and above all, satisfied participants. The cozy
and friendly atmosphere that was created during the two weeks helped increase the curiosity of the
children and made them thirstier to dig deeper and strengthen the skills they gained.
RAS INSAT STUDENT CHAPTER EVENTS
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ARDUINO TRAINING SESSION:
Once again, the INSAT welcomed its students to enlarge their competencies and gave them the
chance to gain some new capacities. This time, the IEEE INSAT SB’s RAS Chapter organized, on the
28th of September 2016, a training session aiming to introduce those who assisted to the world of
robotics.
The session , which was led by Mr. Khalfaoui Ridha, Mr. Makni Omar and Mr. Ben boussaha Saif,
was based on initiating the students to the Arduino card which has a microcontroller that is relatively
easy to program. Also, during this traineeship, the participants have discovered a panoply of sensors
and actuators of common use that’ll help with the achievement of many robotic projects.
The forty persons who showed up sure didn’t waste their time, giving that what they learnt will
open the gates for them to realize the projects they dreamt of, and will give them the chance to take
part of national and international competitions in the robotics field.
SOLIDWORKS TRAINING SESSION:
In this age of technology and digitalization, formerly hard tasks gained a whole new level of
flexibility thanks to the availability of capable softwares. Tasks like modeling, equation solving and
simulations had become easier than ever and more accurate. A whole sea of opportunities and
potential are now in the hands of mechanical and industrial engineer among others. A limitless
universe of possibilities at the disposition of all, without worrying about resources.
In order to give our engineers their best chance, the IEEE RAS Chapter, offered to its members the
opportunities to take part of this world of developed technology by offering them a certified training
in Solidworks.
SolidWorks is a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering
(CAE) computer program that runs on Microsoft Windows. It provides a platform for conceptualization
and a medium to convey ideas in industrial engineering that would otherwise be difficult to
communicate. It is very difficult to demonstrate how a new mounting bracket will work on an
assembly like without the use of SolidWorks. In fact it is hard to sell an engineering modification
proposal to management without the use of a 3D model or a gozinto chart with sub assembly parts
exploded view the development of 3D models becomes necessary.
So, the IEEE members had a special treatment from the RAS Chapter this 26th of October: the
first SolidWorks training session took place and it was exclusive for them.
The two coaches, Mr. Ben boussaha Saif and Ms Guefrech Ameni, tried to introduce the members
to the concept of computer-aided design and the basis of the software.
And that’s not all, the participants will pass an evaluation exam in February 2017 and those who’ll
pull it off, will get the SolidWorks certification, which is quite an enrichment for their résumé.
IEEE INAT:
Robotics have affected all the aspects of our lives and proved that it wasn’t restricted to one
field or another. In this context, the RAS Chapter took the initiative to assure a traineeship in the
International Institute of Agronomy of Tunisia (INAT).
Once again, the session was held by Mr. Ben boussaha Seif and Mr. Makni Omar, and gathered
more than thirty students.
It commenced with initiating them to the basics of electronics and programming, two much
needed skills to use the Arduino which was the center of this training session.
ULT AND ENICARTHAGE ROBOT COMPETITIONS:
The ULT School organized on 17th of December 2016 a robots-competition that brought together
participants from all over the engineering institutes.
Some of the members of the IEEE INSAT SB’s RAS Chapter took part of this contest and prepared
some robots to compete.
They were divided into four teams, each one designed a line-follower robot who could also avoid
obstacles.
And for the ENICAR competition, that was held on the same day, the RAS Chapter was also there,
participating with a line-follower robot and with the exposition of its great project, the ‘Solar Box’
that was created for the IEEE’E day.
As mentioned before, the solar box, which is entirely functioning with photovoltaic panels, could
notify you and warn you about the climate state by sending a message to your cellphone.
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WIE INSAT AFFINITY GROUP
IEEE WIE is the largest international professional
organization supporting women in engineering and
technology; it is keeping the balance through equal
participation of women and men. Its mission is to
facilitate the recruitment and retention of women in
technical disciplines.
IEEE WIE was officially formed in 1994 and was a
committee of IEEE Board directors.
As of 1 January 2012, WIE is now a committee of
the IEEE members and geographic activities’ Board.
Executive Board
Nesrine Fakhfakh: Chair
Marwa Teyeb; Vice chair
Naouel Cherif: General Secretary and Human
Resources Manager
Taoufik Zaghouani: Treasurer
Sinda Jebali: Media manager
Malek Dhemaied: Sponsoring Manager
WIE objectives:
IEEE WIE is an organization that creates opportunities to learn about engineering and promotes
the value of education among female members.
The organization facilitates technical specialization through collaborations with technical societies
in order to motivate young engineers and help them to strive for change.
It also aims to inspire more women to incorporate the important work they do, as engineers,
into their lives.
The IEEE WIE aims to change thinking among social life to demonstrate the important work, men
and women they do collectively using their diverse talents to innovate for the benefit of humanity.
What are the benefits of being an IEEE WIE member?
IEEE women in engineering provides members with the opportunity to network at a local level
though WIE affinity groups
Currently, there are over 355 IEEE WIE affinity groups worldwide organizing and hosting diverse
activities including guest speakers, workshops and seminars.
All members are encouraged to join and participate in their local group activities to promote
growth within WIE affinity groups.
STAR PROGRAM
In November 20th 2016 members of WIE chapter from IEEE INSAT student branch visited: the
integrated center for youth and children in Hammam-Lif to introduce children to engineering and
encourage them to become the best citizens they can be.
The opening speech was insured by Chahrazed who was very sweet with the kids. She introduced
the team then asked the youngsters to introduce themselves as an ice-breaker. Then Skander took
over and made an amazing speech that made everyone in the room dreamy and hopeful.
Afterwards, while a group of kids were offered a scratch workshop where they enjoyed learning
how to make their own videogame the rest were left to discover various workshops for chemistry,
biology, etc. Where they were amazed by chemical reactions, learned how to make an electric
current, got to know new calculation skills and a lot more.
Then came lunch time where both IEEE team and the kids sat together alongside our members
to eat a healthy and delicious meal.
In the afternoon, everyone cry-laughed at a play presented by Theatro INSAT then the children
were quizzed about what they had discovered during the morning workshops in order to win a
precious prize.
Even though they were young, most of them did a great job at the quiz. The winner was selected
but the STAR team had a surprise for everyone. All the participants went home with gifts and books.
The kids were very pleased and hugged everyone goodbye. STAR team left the place wishing they
could spend more time with the angels of the integrated center for youth and children in Hammam-
Lif.
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IEEE isn’t just a technical institute, but also a humanitarian one. That’s why to celebrate its day,
IEEE Day, 30 IEEE INSAT student branch members paid a visit to Charles Nicole hospital-pediatrics
department, on October 2nd, and brought joy and excitement to the little kids who were granted
a heap of fun through various workshops: a dance workshop, a singing workshop, a DIY workshop
and a drawing workshop.
Moreover, a technical activity was held on October 5th. The main purpose of this part was to
introduce IEEE as well as to how it was integrated in our institute. 13 stands were set to present
IEEE, IEEE TUNISIA SECTION, and IEEE INSAT SB, chapters, affinity groups and congress participations
(Nationally & Internationally). On the second half of the journey a
Testimony of members were presented under the theme 27$ it’s worth it. Congresses participants
as well as previous chairs and vice chairs shared their experiences.
IEEE DAY
Middle East Student Branch Congress 2015:
MESBC is a biennial conference that occurs every two years in one of the participating countries.
It’s a gathering of student branches in the MENA region.
In 2015, the event was concluded by IEEE An-Najah branch in Jordan, Amman from the 4th to the
7th of August where seminars and workshops on technology, industry and engineering were held.
Tunisia was one of the participants and INSAT student branch was represented by 3 members:
Mehdi Bouguerra, Khalil Belhaj Hamida and Skander Mansouri.
At first, the goal of our student branch members was to gain more knowledge about international
events but when they found out about the Delegation of Aspiration competition they couldn’t help
but participate especially
knowing that the winner has
the chance to organize the
next MESBC edition.
To be one of the finalists,
the participants had to pass
2 challenges. The first was
to create a video in which
they present their vision
on the next edition. Tunisia
section member’s video was
a shooting of an interview
with the president of MESBC
2017 where they showed
a confident president who
guarantees an unforgettable
edition and added some beautiful touristic places in Tunisia.
The second part was a 24 hours challenge where they had to present an EPICS project (Engineering
Projects in Community Services) “I can’t forget that challenge”, Skander says, “We gathered all Tunisia
participants in the room and we called our friends in Tunisia and we focused on finding this out-of-
the-box idea that will make us champions”.
After a busy night of hard work the team came up with the idea of creating a smart belt that is
worn by autism and Alzheimer patients to track their position especially in dangerous areas. Luckily,
the presentation was ready just 15 minutes before the challenge was over.
The team did a enough good work on the challenges to grant them a spot among the finalists.
The final was a debate between student branches and the questions were related to the organization
of the congress. After a vote, INSAT Student Branch was declared winner in spite of it being its very
first participation in an international congress. Skander described his feelings about the victory:” I
felt like an Olympic standing on the podium with the golden medal and was so proud to have the
Tunisian flag raising above”.
Besides winning the competition and attending the conferences that took place, the Tunisian
participants got the chance to discover the beautiful landscapes of the city and got to meet the lovely
people of Jordan and Palestine who were very supportive and welcoming.
IEEE INSAT SB ACHIEVEMENTS AROUND THE WORLD
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One of the benefits of being an IEEE member is that
it gives you the opportunity to achieve your goals by
providing access to an international platform of information
and giving you the chance to take your projects to an
international level.
It also enables you to attend forums and meet-ups
abroad where you can acquire new skills and make
connections with people from all over the world.
Skander Mansouri is one of IEEE members who
represented our student branch during various events
and meetings around the world from Jordan Amman to
Washington D.C. USA.
In 2015 he was invited to work on a project within IEEE
SIGHT Tunisia section along with student branch leaders
from our country. The project was named TAWASOL which
means ‘connection’ in Arabic. It aims, as he describes, ‘to connect all primary schools in Tunisia with
internet connectivity and a good quality STEM education.’ The party was allied with IEEE members
and professionals from IEEE USA and were determined to take their initiative to a worldwide level.
Their hard work finally paid off when Skander was invited to represent and expound TAWASOL
in The Global Connect Initiative Meeting organized jointly by IEEE, World Bank, Internet society and
people-Centered internet which took place during the 5th and 6th of October in Washington D.C.,
USA.
Skander described the meeting as mind-blowing. It was his first experience attending a non-
student based meet-up after attending two international meetings in Jordan and Germany. The
event left a special print in our student branch fellow as he not only was representing his project but,
also and more importantly for him, Tunisia. He felt important and appreciated during the meeting in
spite of the fact that he was the least experienced standing along professionals from international
Tech companies such as: Facebook, Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, the white house and investors from
World bank who were all interested in what he was presenting and were ready to invest in it.
The journey was far from being over, IEEE invited Skander to represent them during The Internet
Governance Forum in Guadalajara, Mexico. When asked about it he said: ‘what made me excited
was from having an IEEE booth in our university, now I’ll be representing IEEE in a worldwide event
and I’ll be part of their booth.
Neither he nor his team members could’ve seen themselves attending a forum that big, but their
determination and belief in themselves made it possible. The project captivated the attention of
many attendees which made the team a bit concerned about what was expected from them but the
support of national and international friends stiffened their resolve and boosted their confidence.
This experience was beneficial on many levels as the team made strong connections and
international partnerships.
Working on TAWASOL did not stop, in fact, the CEO of international connector, an international
Youth Empowerment company, met the team here in Tunisia for her first ever visit to the country.
She helped them with setting the roadmap for the project.
Also, the Ministry of education and the Ministry of women and children supports the project
along with international partners in order to provide internet access to primary schools within all
regions in Tunisia. Moreover, they are making sure that the children are using Internet properly by
providing interactive workshops.
At last, Skander has a piece of advice for you: don’t limit yourself with only working on activities
within your university because IEEE is the network of networks. Aim to make connections with
people in Tunisia and outside its borders. Also, and I quote him, ‘no matter what your experience is,
no matter who you are talking to, you must always be confident of what you are capable of.
The student and young professionals congress is one of the main events in the IEEE community
in which members from Africa, Europe and the Middle East gather in order to exchange knowledge,
ideas and experiences .
As usual, the INSAT SB was present, as 11 of our members represented our student branch in the
2016 SYP held in Regensburg, Germany
“SYP experience was just different, I found myself surrounded by more than 400 IEEEIAN from
almost 54 different countries, various backgrounds, beliefs, religions, etc. Yet we shared the same
interests, we all belong to IEEE family” Says Sarra Ben Rabii about the experience.
The congress included many workshops, dedicated to developing soft and technical skills, which
were “a huge success” as described Sarra, as well as several lectures about IEEE and other topics
within the technical field
The SYP also offered the opportunity to meet new people, learn more about different cultures
and showcase yours in a very supportive and welcoming atmosphere
And I believe that Ichrak Mars put it best when she said:
“This experience was a big eye-opener. An eye-opener to different cultures, places and people...
SYP made me confident not just in speaking my first, second & third additional languages but in who
I am, what I believe in, my studies, my culture and also my country. “
And of course we cannot forget to mention that our members won the 1st best designed poster
award. “We just couldn’t go home empty handed” Said Sarra.
Finally, it seems that the only lingering thoughts in the minds of the attendees were happy
souvenirs and a new found belief that IEEE is more than a university club it’s “the biggest family in
the world “ Said Ichrak Mars.
SKANDER MANSOURI EXPERIENCE
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FISHED OPPORTUNITIES
1st International Workshop on Arabic
Script Analysis and Recognition
ASAR 2017
April 3-5, 2017, in Loria, Nancy-France
It’s an International Workshop that will be hosted by LORIA laboratory (University
Lorraine, France), in collaboration with the REGIM-Lab. (University of Sfax, Tunisia), and will
be held in Nancy (France) from April 3-5, 2017.
The first ASAR 2017 workshop provides an excellent opportunity for researchers and
practitioners at all levels of experience to meet colleagues and to share new ideas and
knowledge about Arabic script document analysis and recognition methods. The workshop
enjoys strong participation from researchers in both industry and academia.
Keynote speakers will be Mr. Christopher Kermorvant (Founder of Teklia, France) and
Mr. Gernot A.Fink (TU Dortmund University, Germany, Head of Pattern Recognition in
Embedded Systems Group).
Registration:
Expected Registration fees (the final fee will be announced with the acceptance
notification).
The maximum fees are:
IAPR/IEEE Member 350,00 €
Non IAPR/IEEE Member 400,00 €
Student IAPR/IEEE Member 250,00 €
Student Non IAPR/IEEE Member 300,00 €
Non authors professional members 300,00 €
Non authors students 200,00 €
E-mail: asar@ieee.tn
The 42nd IEEE International Conference
on Acoustics, Speech and Signal
Processing
ICASSP2017
March 5-9, 2017, New Orleans, USA
As music and rhythm are the heartbeats of life, signal and information processing is
the heartbeat of technology development for our daily life. Having both of them capture
the hearts and souls of all the attendees is the goal of the 42th International Conference
on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2017) which will be held in Hilton
Conference Centre, at the Jazz music capital (New Orleans, USA) on March 5-9, 2017. ICASSP
is the world’s largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal
processing and its applications. The conference not only introduces new developments
in the field but also provides an engaging forum to exchange ideas, and does so both for
researchers and developers. The theme of the ICASSP 2017 is “The Internet of Signals”
which is the real technology and world behind the Internet of Things. The conference will
feature world-class international speakers, tutorials, exhibits, lectures and poster sessions
from around the world.
Subjects:
Audio and acoustic signal processing
Sensor array & multichannel signal processing
Bio-imaging and biomedical signal processing
Signal processing education
Design & implementation of signal processing systems
Signal processing for communication & networking
Image, video & multidimensional signal processing
Signal processing theory & methods
Industry technology tracks
Signal processing for Big Data
Information forensics and security
The Internet of Things & RFID
Machine learning for signal processing
Speech processing
Multimedia signal processing
Spoken language processing
Remote Sensing and signal processing
Signal Processing for Brain Machine Interface
Signal Processing for Smart Systems
Signal Processing for Cyber Security
Computational Imaging
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UPCOMING EVENTS
IAS :
In 2017 IAS INSAT student branch
will continue to amaze by organizing
industrial visits to various sectors in
order to introduce students to the
practical aspect of engineering for it’s
the chapter primary goal.
It will continue the LabVIEW
sessions adding quality and lean
manufacturing training sessions.
Furthermore, 2 workshops will
occur one on electricity and safety, the
2nd is on NI (National Instruments)
devises and its application in industry
this February with Mr.Mahdi Bouzid.
• EMBS:
Starting on February first, an
industrial visit to INRAP will be
organized.
By February 12th, Charity Day will
be coming back for its second edition.
On February 22nd, finally the
inauguration of IEEE EMBS INSAT
Student Branch chapter will occur and
at the same time, a nanotechnology
themed event will be hosted.
During spring break, an ISO
training session will be at the
members’ disposal to take advantage
of.
Reaching April 5th, a lecture and
workshop on medical biology will be
held.
Last but not least, on April 26th, a
second industrial visit will occur.
• RAS:
Beginning of February 2017:
solidworks CSWA training session
Beginning of Mars 2017: solidworks
CSWP training session
February 12th 2017: partaking in a
robotic competition (IEC)
April 16th 2017: Competing in
Innorobots
April 23rd 2017: Competing in
Tunirobots 2017
• PES:
Soft skills training sessions.
Technical training sessions.
Industrial visits to energy related
industries.
Participation in 24h challenge
organized by IEEE INSAT SB (Challenge
to create a project conform to IEEE
SIGHT, EPICS or IEEE Foundation
requirements.)
Participation in TUNIROBOTS17 Expo,
Competing IEC Competition 1st
edition
Participation in Aeroday Expo.
Project implementation in our
University (still under planning)
• CS:
Technical training sessions by
professionals
Participations and preparation for
different competitions
Another hour of code session
and more opportunities to help the
community at large through IT.
Special Sessions
Special session proposals should be submitted by July 11th, 2016. Proposals for special
sessions must include a topical title, rationale, session outline, and contact information for
the session chair, a list of authors, and a tentative title and abstract. Additional information
can be found at the ICASSP 2017 website (www.ieee-icassp2017.org)
Tutorials
Brief proposals for tutorials should be submitted by September 15th, 2016. Proposal for
tutorials must include a title, an outline of the tutorial and its motivation, a two-page CV
of the presenter(s), and a short description of the material to be covered. Tutorials will be
held on March 5th, 2017.
Demos
ICASSP 2017 offers a perfect stage to showcase innovative ideas in all technical areas of
interest at ICASSP. All demo sessions will be highly interactive and visible. Please refer to
the ICASSP 2017 website for additional information regarding demo submission.
For more information:
E-mail: registration@ieee-icassp2017.org
Conference Management Services,
Inc: +1-979-846-6800
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OLD IEEE INSAT SB MEMBERS
NEW IEEE INSAT SB MEMBERS
ABBASSI FEDI
ABBES ARIJ
ABDELKADER RAYEN
ABDELKEFI FATMA
ABDESSALEM HAYTHEM
ABDESSALEM AHLEM
ABIDI MOHAMED
AISSAOUI SEMAH
AISSAOUI REFKA
AKERMI MERIEM
ALOUANE MAHDI
AMARA ANAS
AMMAR MALÈK
AOUINA GHADA
AOUINET FIRAS
ASTA NADIA
AWADI WACEF
AYARI SAMEH
BACCAR NADA
BACCOUHE HALÉ
BAHRI KHAOULA
BANGAJI CHAIMA
BAOUEB NIZAR
BAROUNI KALTHOUM
BDIOUI ASMA
BEDIOUI KAIS
BEL HAJ HASSIN MAYSSÉN
BEL HAJ HMIDA KHALIL
BELHSSAN DAHMEN
BEN ABDALLAH SANA
BEN ABDEL FATTEH EMNA
BEN ACHOUR AMIRA
BEN AÏSSA MOHAMED
BEN AISSA KHALIL
BEN AMARA MAHJOUBA
BEN AMOR WASSIM
BEN AMOR OUMEIMA
BEN AMOR MOLKA
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BEN AZIZA SYRINE
BEN BOUZAIN ABIR
BEN CHIKHA KAREM
BEN HAMDEN MEHDI
BEN HASSEN RAYEN
BEN MABROUK WIDED
BEN MANSOUR IBTISSEM
BEN MRAD AMEL
BEN RABII SARRA
BEN RAYANA KHALIL
BEN SAAD SYRINE
BEN SALAH MYRIAM
BEN SALHA FERDAOUS 80
BEN TURKIA SAHAR
BEN YAHIA MARYEM
BESBES NOUR
BESBES NESRINE
BETBOUT HEND
BETTAIEB NIHEL
BHOURI KEHILA YOSR
BORCHANI YASSINE
ABID CHAHRAZED
ABDELGHANI RANIA
ABIDI NAJLA
ACHOUR NADIA
AIOUAZ NADIA
AJAM MOHAMED MALEK
AJINA SARRA
AJMI HOUCEM EDDINE
AKERMI FIRAS
ALOUINI AMAL
AMIR BZAINIA
AOUIDA AMINA
ARIDHI RAMY
AROUA MANEL
AYADI MARIEM
AYARI AHMED
AYED MIRAS
AZZOUZ AHMED
BAHRI RAFIK
BAHROUN LILIA
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BARHOUMI KHAOULA
BEJAOUI SIRINE
BEKIR SAWSEN
BEN ABDALLAH SALMA
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BEN AMOR MOHAMMED
ASSIL
BEN AMOU AHMED
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BEN MARIEM EMNA
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BEYREM CYRINE
BIBI MED AZIZ
BINOUS CHEDLY
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BOUHLEL ALI
BOUJNEH SONDES
BOUKER RANIA
BOUMAIZA SAFINEZ
BOUNEB MED AMINE
BOURGUIBA EYA
BOUSSAID YASMINE
BOUSSOUFARA MOHAMED ALI
BOUZEKRI WAFE
CHABBOUH HOUCEM
CHAKCHOUK MARIEM
CHAKER HAYTHEM
CHALGHAF JIHED
BOUAKEZ SLIM
BOUALLEGUE MALEK
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BOUATTOUR SALMA
BOUGACHA OMAR
BOUGHZALA DORRA
BOUGUERRA MEHDI
BOUKRAYA NESRINE
BOUSARSAR MED LAMINE
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BOUZID ZEINEB
BOUZOUITA NOUR EL HOUDA
BRAHMI CHAIMA
BZIOUECH MARIEM
CHAHLOUL ANIS
CHAKER HAYTHEM
CHAKROUN EMIR
CHAMSI MED CHAOUKI
CHANNOUFI IMEN
CHARFI IHSEN
CHEBBI MERIAM
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CHEMLI KAIS 80
CHERIF SKANDER
CHERIF ISLEM RAS
CHERIF EMNA
CHERMITI AHMED
CHTIOUI MARWA
CHTIOUI GHASSEN
CHTOUROU KAWTHAR
DALY AMENI DAMAK MARIEM
DHMAIED MELEK
DINAR ISMAIL
DIOURI ASMA
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EL FALEH KHAOULA
ELADEL SARA
ELKAMEL MAROUANE
ELKEFI RANIA
ELLEUCH IMEN
ENNACER DORSAF
ERNEZ MUSTAPHA
ESSID AMANI
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FAKHFAKH NESRINE
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FOURATI MOHAMED ALI
FOURATI SYRINE
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GASSOUMA SYRINE
GDOURA ASMA
GHARBI SANA
GHARBI AYMEN
GHAZOUANI NIZAR
GHAZOUANI ASMA
GHODHBAN RAED
GHOUMA MYRIAM
GMIR KARIM
CHAOUCHI MAYSSA
CHARFI EMNA
CHARRADA MYRIAM
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HAMDANI RAHMA
HAMROUNI MAROUEN
HANCHI MENYAR
HAOUARI HAMZA
HARBI KAOUTHER
HASSINE GHADA
HENIA SABRINA
HLAIEM MOHAMED
HLILA MAROUANE
HTIRA SKANDER
JEBALI SINDA
JEDDI MARIEM
JEMMALI MARIEM
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KORCHENI TAKOUA
KRAIM ABIR
KRAIM NADA
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GUEFRECH AMANI
HABECHA MOHAMED
HADHIRI ANESS
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HAMDI FIRAS
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HARES FATEN
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JAOUADI HADHEMI
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JAZIRI SARRA
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SAKET ABIR
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SELMI EYA
SFAR GANDOURA MAROUENE
SGHIR HOUDA
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YOUNES SABRINE
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MEJRI NESRYNE
MEMMI ONS
MHADHI AYA
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MOALLA ISSAM
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NASR EMNA
NEFFOUSI INES
OTHMANE HIBA
OUNISSI HEDIA
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RACHDI OUMEIMA
REBAA MERIAM
REBAI AMENI
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REZGU YOSRA
RIAHI MARIEM
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SALLAMI NOUR
SALLEMI ANISSA
SAMOUDA ELYES
SEHLI JIHEN
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SETTARI MEHDI AZIZ
SGHAIER SAIDA
SIALA MARWA
SIOUD HOUSSEM
SOUSSI ABIR
TAKTAK KHADIJA HELA
TEBAI MANEL
TEYEB MARWA
TISS ASMA
TROUDI GHAITH
TURKI NORHÉNE
WAILI RIMEH
WALHA MOHAMED
WAY’LEE RIMA
YAZIDI ZIED
ZAGHOUANI TAOUFIK
ZAHRAZ RANIA
ZARROUK ZOUBEIR
ZAYANI RIM
ZEBDA OUSSAMA 80
ZGHAB SOULEIMA
ZOUAOUI NADER
ZOUARIHELA
ZITOUNI SIWAR
ZORGUI FAYROUZ
ZOUAOUI MOEZ
ZOUARI SOUHA
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