Algeria – Three young Algerian scientists were awarded Thursday in Oran for the originality of their research in the field of artificial intelligence.
The laureates' distinction was held in the auditorium of the University of Science and Technology "Mohamed Boudiaf" (USTO-MB), at the end of the 6th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and its applications
The First Prize was awarded to Nouria Naïr of the "Tahri Mohamed" University of Béchar following the presentation of his work devoted to the optimization of energy management for an electrical application.
The second prize was awarded to Ramida Hamidouche of Feret Abbas University in Sétif, which was inspired by bacterial movements to produce algorithms intended to extend the life of batteries.
The third prize went to Noussaïba Benadjimi of the Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique in Algiers for his work proposing a new variant of algorithms for energy performance purposes.
These three academics are among the sixty Algerian researchers whose work was published in the latest edition of the prestigious international scientific journal "Springer".
The meeting organized at the USTO-MB brought together a hundred research professors from different universities of the country alongside foreign guests, under the slogan "Oran, smart city" in reference to the aspirations of the capital of the West to become more integrated in the era of the digital economy.
Supported by the Directorate General of Scientific Research and Technological Development (DG-RSDT), the Conference was organized in partnership with the Saida University "Moulay Tahar" and the Canadian universities of Concordia and Regina.