Abderrazak Daoudi is currently an Associate Professor at CESI Ecole d'Ingénieurs in Reims, France.
Abderrazak Daoudi received his PhD degree in Computer Science from University of Montpellier and University Mohammed V of Rabat in Mai 2016. He did his PhD under the supervision of Christian Bessiere, Director of Research at CNRS in France, and El Houssine Bouyakhf, Professor at University Mohammed V of Rabat in Morocco. His PhD research focused on constraint acquisition for computer-aided constraint modeling. The title of his thesis is: ``Learning and Using Structures for Constraint Acquisition’’. He was a member of the Coconut team from 2013 to 2016. Coconut is a research team that aims at proposing and combining models and algorithms in constraints, learning and agents.
Abderrazak Daoudi was involved in the FP7-FET project ICON. ICON (Inductive Constraint Programming) is a project that integrates Constraint Programming, Data Mining and Machine Learning to build a unified intelligent framework.
Abderrazak Daoudi was an Associate Professor (ATER) at Jean Monnet University in Saint-Etienne, France, from Septembre 2016 to August 2017. He was a member of the research team Data intelligence of the Hubert-Curien laboratory.
Abderrazak Daoudi was an Associate Professor (ATER) at INSA de Lyon, France. He was a member of the LIRIS laboratory.
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