A Computer Scientist Who Writes

I wrote my first book at the age of 11, a fiction to teach children French, and since then writing has become my way of freeing my mind from the tumults of its thought. Being a computer scientist fascinated by the human brain, I like to combine technology, psychology, and education in my writings. The woman is the main protagonist in my topics. Her psychology, education, her personal development, also her relationship with her femininity, love, society, and technology, shape the main theme of my writings. I do not limit myself to a specific genre, I like the psychological fiction that allows me to travel in imaginary worlds that I create, and I control according to my tastes and aspirations, but also the nonfiction that allows me to analyze, understand, inform and above all to help.

         Influenced by: Emile Zola, Jane Austen, Amine Maalouf, Margret Mitchell, and many others. I consider myself a life-long student, and that teaching is the best way to learn.

       Regarding my academic background, I have a master’s degree in artificial intelligence from USTHB University, Algeria, I joined the University of Science Blida (USDB-Algeria) as a lecturer in computer sciences Department for more than ten years. In 2011, I was selected by the US State Department and IIE (International Institute of Education), to pursue training at SAP Labs, California. Following this program, I was honored by former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In 2013, I joined the IUT Belfort, France to pursue research in the field of network technologies wireless medical sensors *. My strong interest in the personal development of young adults has allowed me to become a consultant for youth programs at the British Council Algeria. Where I was in charge of the implementation of various programs that aim to improve young adults’ skills. I have also worked for multinationals in the field of technology like Siemens and Intel.

     Conferences and Summit: Techwomen 2011 (USA), Mosaic (Qatar 2012), Arabic (Arab Women In Computing Dubai 2015).

*Publication& Scientific Research: “Local emergency detection approach for saving energy in wireless body sensor networks”  https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6962229/

** Have a glimpse of my everyday life, my AI courses on: youtube.com/SabrinaEduTV