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Fatma Masmoudi
ReDCAD laboratory   |  FSEGS   |  University of Sfax
Research Unit on Development and Control of Distributed Applications

Current State

PhD in Computer Science

Member of the Research Unit on Development and Control of Distributed Applications

Education

Doctoral degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax-Tunisia, 2018.

Master degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax-Tunisia, 2012.

University Degree, Computer Science, Faculty of Economics Sciences and Management of Sfax-Tunisia, 2010.

Affiliation

ACM member

IEEE member (Computer Society)

Address

Department of Computer Science
Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax (FSEGS).
University of Sfax.

Address: FSEGS, B.P. 1088, 3018 Sfax, Tunisia
Phone: (+216) 20 09 28 92 , (+216) 53 09 28 92
Email : fatmafseg@gmail.com, fatma.masmoudi@redcad.org, fatma.masmoudi@fsegs.rnu.tn

Research activities

Research Topics
My main fields of interest are concentrated on security, privacy and Cloud Computing.

PhD Topics

My PhD research focuses on providing the accountability of multi-tenant services in the cloud computing.

Master's thesis

My main field of interest is formally modelling and verfying security properties

Technical Conference Services

Program Committee Member of:

- EMCIS 2020: European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS), Track on Emerging Computing Technologies and Trends for Business Process Management (ECT4BPM)
- Closer 2020: 10th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science, may 7-9, 2020, Online.
- Wetice-2019: Future Internet Services and Applications, a track of the 28th International Conference on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises, June 12-14, 2019, Capri (Napoli), Italy.
- ASTESJ-2018: Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems Journal (ASTESJ).

Organization Committee Member of:

- METHODICA-II'2015: Colloque sur les Méthodes pour les logiciels distribués adaptatifs'', December 27-29, 2015, Hammamet, Tunisia.
- MAW-2015: IEEE Metro Area Workshop on Large Scale Data Management'', November 27, 2015, Issy Les Moulinaux, Paris, France.

Publications


DBLP Publications
Google Scholar Profile

Journals

[3] Zakaria Maamar, Mohamed Sellami, Fatma Masmoudi , Muhammad Asim, Abdul Haseeb, Thar Baker, and Fadwa Yahya. A Plug & approach for modeling and simulating applications in the era of internet of social things. In the IET Smart cities, Volume 3, 2021.

[2] Fatma Masmoudi , Zakaria Maamar, Mohamed Sellami, Ali Ismail Awad, and Vanilson Burgio. A Guiding Framework for Vetting the Internet of Things. In the Journal of Information Security and Applications (JISA), Volume 55, 2020.

[1] Fatma Masmoudi, Mohamed Sellami, Monia Loulou, Ahmed Hadj Kacem: Accountability management for multi-tenant cloud services. IJGUC 10(2): 141-158 (2019)

Conferences

[6] Fatma Masmoudi. A transactional approach to enforce resource availabilities: application to the cloud. In the 15th international conference on Research Challenges in Information Science, 11-14 May 2021, Limassol (online)

[5] Nouf Aldossari, Amal Algefes, and Fatma Masmoudi. Analyzing and Predicting Crimes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In the 15th International Conference on Computing and Artificial Intelligence, November 15-16, 2021, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

[4] Fatma Masmoudi, Mohamed Sellami, Monia Loulou, Ahmed Hadj Kacem: Optimal Evidence Collection for Accountability in the Cloud. ICEBE 2018: 78-85

[3] Fatma Masmoudi, Mohamed Sellami, Monia Loulou, Ahmed Hadj Kacem: From Event to Evidence: An Approach for Multi-tenant Cloud Services' Accountability. AINA 2017: 1082-1089

[2] Fatma Masmoudi, Mohamed Sellami, Monia Loulou, Ahmed Hadj Kacem: Analyzing Multi-tenant Cloud Services' Accountability. ICEBE 2015: 239-244

[1] Fatma Masmoudi, Monia Loulou, Ahmed Hadj Kacem: Multi-tenant Services Monitoring for Accountability in Cloud Computing. CloudCom 2014: 620-625

Tools & Results

A4MtCS: Accountability For Multi-tenant Cloud Services Middleware

A4MtCS is a moddleware for monitoring Mt services, detecting and inspecting accountability violations. The implementation of our middleware consists of three main engines: i) Monitoring Engine (MobMtCS) that monitors Mt cloud services based on accountability-monitoring rules using logs interactions between tenants and services; ii) Evidence Engine (E2E) that retrieves event logs so as to define and store evidences in the Mt Evd repository, and iii) Analysis Engine (A2MtCS) that looks for suitable Mt Evds to be analyzed and performs postviolation analysis through the analyzer which follows the Analysis Algorithm. These engines will be detailed in the following.

Educational activities

2020 - 2021: PSAU, KSA
- IS Project Management
- E-Marketing
- Knowledge based systems
2019 - 2020: PSAU, KSA
- Decision based systems
- E-Marketing
- Knowledge based systems
- Programming for data science
- Advanced data mining
2018 - 2019:
- Introduction to cloud computing : Time University and Esprit School of Business
- Java Workshop : Time University
- Cloud security : ESPRIT and Tekup
- IT and Internet Certificate (C2i) : UMM
- Web development and Web services : CentralCom
2017 - 2018: ESPRIT
- Cloud security
2016 - 2017: Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax
- Object Oriented Programming II
2015 - 2016: Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax
- Object Oriented Programming II
- Web development
2014 - 2015: Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax
- Object Oriented Programming II
- IT and Internet Certificate (C2i)