Mohamed Ben Ahmed

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Mohamed Ben Ahmed ( ) is a Tunisian educator. He is the founder, along with diplomat Habib Bourguiba, Jr., of the École nationale des sciences de l'informatique (ENSI), a school of information technology.[1]

Career[edit]

Ben Ahmed was the first holder of the post of Secretary of State for Information, a post that was created in 1995 by Prime Minister Hamed Karoui.

In 1998, Ben Ahmed was named Secretary of State for Scientific Research and Technology.

He was the director of the RIADI-GDL laboratory at ENSI from 1999 until 2005.

At the 17th April 2013, he peresents an excellent conference on "Nouvelles Organisations, Management et Portails de Connaissance" at ESTI (Ecole Supérieure de Technologie et d'Informatique - université de Carthage).

References[edit]

  1. ^ The National School of Computer Science (المدرسة الوطنية لعلوم الإعلامية) or ENSI

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