, Computer Science, Laval University, Canada, 2006.
, Computer Science, Laval University, Canada, 2001.
, Computer Science, High National School of Informatics and System Analysis, ENSIAS, Rabat, Morocco, 1998.
, Preparatory Classes to High Schools of Engineers, Redha Slaoui - Agadir, Morocco, 1995.
, French type of Baccalaureate in Mathematics, Farhat Hachad High-School, Tunisia, 1993.
Wireless Sensor Networks
Theory of Computation
Analysis and Design of Information Systems
Analysis and Design of Object Oriented Systems
Introduction to Programming
Computer Applications in Business
Web System Integrations
Geographic Information Systems (GISs)
Internet of Things
Wireless Sensor Networks
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Web and mobile cartographic services
Spatial Data Warehouses
Security, Trust, and Privacy
Spatial Decision Support Systems
Project title: Sensor Networks for an Enhanced and Personalized Management and Use of Resources (SNEPMURe) Period: 02/2010–06/2013 Role: Principle Investigator Funded by: The Research Council of Oman (TRC)
SNEPMURe stands for Sensor Networks for an Enhanced and Personalized Management and Use of Resources. It aims at elaborating mechanisms, protocols, and algorithms allowing static and mobile sensors to collaborate within the same Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). WSNs are promising tools in solving some of the most pressing challenges facing the world today, including the need for conserving energy, carrying out sustainable development, lowering the cost of healthcare, and improving governmental response to natural disasters. In the context of Oman, these emergent tools could be very beneficial in the monitoring of the existing rich and abundant natural resources.
Basically, a WSN consists of hundreds of sophisticated small wireless devices (sensors) that could be deployed over a geographic space to cooperatively monitor physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, vibration, pressure, motion, and pollutants. Since the energy and processing constrained sensors are frequently prone to failure, robbery, and destruction, the WSN commonly faces problems in managing its resources as well as the resources related to its application.
By increasing the context awareness of sensors and allowing them to make a convenient use of data and environmental semantics, these small devices will leverage their interactions in order to adapt their processing with respect to current user requirements and the intended use of the WSN. The ultimate goal of this interaction is to enhance and personalize the management and use of the available resources.
The contributions of SNEPMURe will include, but not limited to:
- Personalize the WSN services with respect to the user requirements.
- Personalize the WSN processing for better interactions between sensors.
- Build a prototype that complies with the objectives of SNEPMURe.
Project title: Framework for Marine positioning engine Period: 10/2008–10/2009 Role: Principle Investigator Funded by:
Dhofar University Porject description:
The project aims to survey the existing positioning technologies being used for marine applications. It also aims to study their effectiveness under several environmental conditions. Based on the results of the study, a framework for a new marine positioning engine will be proposed.
The projects aims to create an automated sensor web system for telemetry applications. Since a "deploy-and-ignore" approach does not work, especially in harsh and remote areas, sensors must be endowed with intelligent mechanisms to increase their context-awareness, set up and maintain safe communications pathways, and report the right data, at the right time, to the right sink, while preserving their limited energies.
Peer Reviewed Journals
Haddad, H., Bouyahia, Z., Jabeur, N. (2018). Transportation Service Redundancy from a Spatio-temporal Perspective. IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine
Jabeur, N., Sidi Moh, A.N., Yasar, A., Barkia, M. (2017). From Competitive Sensor Redundancy to Competitive Service Redundancy in a Smart City Context. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
Jabeur, N., Yasar, A., Shakshuki, El., Haddad, H. (2017). Toward a bio-inspired adaptive spatial clustering approach for IoT applications. Journal of Future Generation Computer Systems
Jabeur, N., Sidi Moh, A.N., Zeadally, Sh. (2017). Crowd Social Media Computing: Applying Crowd Computing Techniques to Social Media. Applied Soft Computing Journal
Jabeur, N., Karam, R., Melchiori, M., Renso, C. (2017). Comprehensive Reputation Assessment for Georeferenced data in Crowd-sensing Applications. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
Boubaker, B., Jabeur, N., Alimazighi, Z. (2016). Toward integrating grid and cloud-based concepts for an enhanced deployment of spatial data warehouses in cyber-physical system applications. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing , 7
Jabeur, N., Haddad, H. (2016). From Intelligent Web Of Things To Social Web Of Things. FACTA UNIVERSITATIS - Series: Electronics and Energetics , 29
Jabeur, N., Sahli, N., Zeadally, Sh. (2015). Enabling Cyber Physical Systems with Wireless Sensor Networking Technologies, Multiagent System Paradigm, and Natural Ecosys. Mobile Information Systems , 2015
Perez, A., Zeadally, Sh., Jabeur, N. (2017). Investigating Security for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks, in Proceedings of The 8th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies (pp. 737–744), Madeira, Portugal, MAy 16-19, 2017. : Elsevier B.V..
Jabeur, N., Al-Belushi, T., Mbarki, M., Gharrad, H. (2017). Toward Leveraging Smart Logistics Collaboration with a Multi- Agent System Based Solution, in Proceedings of The 8th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies (pp. 672–679), Madeira, Portugal, MAy 16-19, 2017. : Elsevier B.V..
Jabeur, N. (2016). A Firefly-inspired Micro and Macro Clustering Approach for Wireless Sensor Networks, in Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on Emerging Ubiquitous Systems and Pervasive Networks (EUSPN 2016) (pp. 132–139), London, UK, 19-22, September, 2016. : Elsevier.
Jabeur, N., Ahmed Nait Sidi Moh, Barkia, M.M (2016). A Bully Approach for Competitive Redundancy in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Network, in Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies (ANT 2016) (pp. 628–635), MAdrid, Spain, 23-26 May 2016. : Elsevier.
Gusmini, M., Jabeur, N., Karam, R., Melchiori, M., Renso, C. (2016). Evaluating Reputation in VGI-enabled Applications, in Proceedings of EDBT/ICDT 2017, Venice, Italy, 21-24 March 2017.