Samia Barouni Ben Omrane
|Degrees:||M.S.c in Computer System Networking and Telecommunications|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 8281|
Samia Barouni received the Diplôme d’Ingénieur degree (B.Sc.) in Computer Networks and Telecommunications engineering from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées et de Technologie (INSAT) Tunis, Tunisia, on February 2003. She received the Master of Science degree (M.Sc.) in Telecommunications from École Supérieure des Communications de Tunis (Sup’Com), Tunis, Tunisia, in December 2005. She is currently a research fellow at the systems and computer engineering department at Carleton University. Before joining the Sensor Systems and Internet Of Things Lab at Carleton, Samia Barouni worked as a Faculty Member with the Computer Technology Department at ISET DJERBA, Tunisia, for more than ten years. She also served as Lecture with the Computer Sciences Department at Umm Al Qura University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for three years. Samia Barouni is IBM Certified for Educators in Security Intelligence Engineer. She is also CISCO Certified (CCNA) and Microsoft Certified in Database MTA 98-364, Security MTA 98-367, Networking MTA98-366, HTML5 Application Development MTA 98-375
Samia Barouni’s research interests include Machine-learning application, Textual and Sentimental data analysis, fuzzy logic in the control system, Modeling and Simulation of Computer Networks and Systems, auditing of cybersecurity and IoT applications.
S. Barouni, M Frikha, M Meincke, “Definition and implementation of a simulation model for the physical layer and the radio channel in DSRC system,” World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology: WASET Istanbul, 2007
S. Barouni, J Bhar, I Bouazzi , “A Fuzzy Based Approach for Priority Allocation in Wireless Sensor Networks, ” 3rd International Conference on Automation, Control, Engineering and Computer Science March 2016, Tunisia
S. Barouni, J Bhar, I Bouazzi, Mohamed Atri, “ Multi-Level Fuzzy Logic Controller over different parameters variations, ” 3rd International Conference on Automation, Control, Engineering and Computer Science March 2016 , Tunisia