Research filed(s): Text Algorithms, String Algorithms
Thesis title: Approximate String Matching: Theory and Applications
Degree: Ph.D in Computer Science
Supervisor(s): Dr Nacéra Bensaou, Dr Djamal Belazzougui, Dr Mathieu Raffinot Read More
Research filed(s): Industrial Enginnering, Occupational health and safety management.
Thesis title: Evaluation of industrial companies occupational health and safety management system according to the standard OHSAS(18001/2007).
Degree: Master in İndustrial Engineering
Supervisor(s): Dr Mouloud Bourareche
Where did you undertake your research?
I undertook this research in the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety at the University of Elhadj Lakhder (Batna) under the supervision of Dr Mouloud Bourarech. The work was reviewed by Prof Ahmet Peker, Lecturer at Selcuk University Turkey, and Mr Mohammed Abdessalam, Consultancy expert, at OSHA Centre in Dubai. The practical aspects of the work was undertaken at Nabors Drilling International limited Company (NDIL Rig 283), which is located in the field of Hassi El Terfa HTF, about 60 km outside of Hassi Messaoud city. Read More
Research filed(s): Computational Stylistics, Natural Language Processing, Data Mining
Thesis title: On Computational Stylistics: Mining Literary Texts for the Extraction of Characterizing Stylistic Patterns
Degree: PhD in Computer Science
Supervisor(s): Prof. Jean-Gabriel Ganascia
Where did you undertake your research?
I undertook my PhD thesis at the Computer Science laboratory of Paris-6 University, one of the leading French universities located in the heart of Paris. I worked under the guidance of Prof Ganascia Jean-Gabriel as a member of the ACASA (Cognitive Agents and Symbolic Machine Learning) Team. My thesis comes as part of the effort started in the OBVIL (observatory of literary life) laboratory. This observatory intends to develop and exploit resources offered by computer applications to examine French literature. It promotes scientific research in the field of digital humanities by bringing together researchers from both literary and social disciplines on the one hand, and computer scientists and engineers on the other hand. Read More
Research filed(s): Architecture
Thesis title: Architecture of Emergency
Degree: Master’s Degree
Supervisor(s): Prof. Faredeheb Yacine, Prof. Mahmoudi Smaïn
Where are you undertaking/did you undertake your research?
I undertook my research at the University of Abou Bekr Belkaid – Tlemcen, in the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Technology, The work was directly related to the nature of the research field in which I majored; architecture and technology, which is one of the three specialties taught in the department.
What is your thesis about?
My thesis focuses on an aspect of architecture that is rarely brought to the table, and that is architecture of emergency. Read More
Research Field: International Relations Theory, Foreign Policy Analysis, Identity and Interest Formation, Algerian Post-Colonial History
Thesis title: The Evolution of Algeria’s International Relations: From Anti-Systemic to Systemic Actor
Supervisor: Prof. John T. Sidel
Institutional Base: London School of Economics and Political Science Read More
Research field(s): Topical and transdermal drug delivery, medicinal chemistry of natural products, drug design, inflammation, microbiology, pharmacology and cytochemistry.
Thesis title: Topical delivery and effects of Harpagophytum procumbens.
Supervisor: Dr Charles M Heard Read More
Research fields: biomedical signal processing and control, functional electrical stimulation, wireless body-centric networks, wireless control
Thesis title: Development of a wireless distributed three-channel stimulator system used for automated triggering of stimulation to enable coordinated task execution in stroke patients
Supervisors: Prof. Ian Swain, Dr Jon Cobb Read More
Research field(s): Molecular neurosciences, medicinal chemistry, biopharmaceutics, drug design.
Thesis title: Investigation into the physicochemical and biological properties of the proteasomal specific inhibitor I (PSI).
Supervisors: Prof. Peter Jenner, Prof. Robert Hider, Dr. Sarah Salvage, and Dr. Sukhvinder Bansal. Read More
Research field(s): Tissue engineering, drug delivery and regenerative medicine.
Thesis title: An in situ Solidifying Injectable Scaffold Delivering BMP2 for Bone Regeneration.
Supervisor: Prof. Kevin Shakesheff Read More