Big DataArtificial intelligenceIntillegent Vehicleshypovigilence analysis.drowsnessEye Detection and Locationface Recognitionface Detectionfeature extraction and selection
Received her Masters degree (DESA) in Computer Sciences and Telecommunications engineering from the faculty of sciences, Mohammed V-Agdal University, Rabat, Morocco, in 2004. She remained at Computer Sciences and earned a PhD degree in 2009 for a dissertation titled “Feature Extraction and Selection for Dimensionality Reduction in Pattern Recognition and their Application in Face Recognition”. Her research interests include but are not limited to dimensionality reduction, feature selection applied to face detection and recognition and driver hypo-vigilance. She joined the ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco, in 2010, as an assistant professor. Since November 2010, Aouatif Amine has been a Vice-Chair of IEEE Signal Processing Society Morocco Chapter. Since April 2015, Aouatif AMINE is the BOSS team leader in the LGS Laboratory, ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.