PhD in Computer Science
Member of the Research Unit on Development and Control of Distributed Applications
Doctoral degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax-Tunisia, 2019.
Master degree in Computer Science from Higher Institute of Management of Gabes-Tunisia, 2012.
University Degree, Computer Science, Higher Institute of Management of Gabes-Tunisia, 2010.
IEEE member (Computer Society)
Department of Computer Science
Higher Institute of Management of Gabes.
University of Gabes.
Address: ISGG, Rue Jilani Habib, Gabès 6002, Tunisia
Phone: (+216) 22567126 , (+216) 25105929
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My main fields of interest are concentrated mainly on: Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service, Radio Resources Optimization and the 4th generation mobile network (LTE-A network ).
My PhD research topic focuses on Multicast scheduling and resource allocation for eMBMS flows on the LTE-Advanced network.
Formally modelling resource scheduling optimization for real-time flows over WiMAX network
 Abdennaceur Ghandri, Yassine Boujelben, Maher Ben Jemaa: Adaptive MBSFN subframe allocation scheme for VBR video streaming over LTE-A networks. Trans. Emerg. Telecommun. Technol. 29(12) (2018)Conferences
 Abdennaceur Ghandri, Yassine Boujelben, Maher Ben Jemaa: A Low-Complexity Scheduling for Joint Unicast and Multicast Transmissions in LTE-A Network. IWCMC.2018.8450493: 136-141
 Abdennaceur Ghandri, Yassine Boujelben, Maher Ben Jemaa: Dynamic MBSFN subframe allocation algorithm for bursty video traffic in LTE-Advanced network. WCNC.2018.8377400: 1-6
 Abdennaceur Ghandri, Yassine Boujelben, Kais Mnif: A linear programming approach to joint scheduling of real-time and non real-time services in OFDMA-based systems. IWCMC.2017.7986467: 1268-1273
MBMS-LTE-Sim is an open Source simulation platform supporting the joint Unicast/Multicast scenario based on the establishment of additional entities to the LTE-Sim's basic system. The two main entities are, the Multicast Control Entity (MCE) requise for MBMS transmission control and the MB-SG entity dedicated to routing multicast streams, as well as the implementation of functionalities and modules conform to standards. It designed in such a way that it can be disseminated in the community, allowing the possibility of becoming a reference tool for the development of research in the mobile network field. Its functionalities therefore remained compliant to 3GPP LTE standards and implemented in such a way as to be correctly integrated in the LTE-A system architecture.