Dr. Hadj Hamma Tadjine received his PhD in Computer science from the technical university of Clausthal Zellerfeld (Germany). In 2004. From 2000-2004, he was professor assistant at the technical university of Clausthal (Germany) and from 2004- 2006 at CUTEC institute GmbH (Germany).
After two years at Forvia (Germany), where he leads different Advanced Driver Assistance Systems projects for different car manufacturers worldwide. He took the responsibility by IAV GmbH (Germany) for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Cooperative Autonomous Driving topics. Currently, he acted as a Business Director for Intelligent driving Systems.
His research interests include autonomous vehicles, intelligent transportation systems, cooperative systems, embedded systems, real-time systems, computational transportation science, operating systems, and AR Simulation. He is on the editorial board of several journals, a member of dozens of conference committees and a reviewer of many international journals. He has a record of accomplishment of fundamental research on these topics documented by numerous publications by IEEE, FISITA, VDI and SAE.
He is in the Steering Committee Member by IEEE Transportation Electrification Community (TEC), Executive Member by IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) in Germany, Chair of the German Chapter IEEE ITSS, University Relations responsible by IEEE Germany Section and vice chair at the Standards Committee member IEEE ITS.
He is advisory board member by SDIWC (The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications), WSEA (World scientific and Engineering Academy and Society), SAI (Science and Information Organization), and AICIT (The International Association for Information, Culture, Human and Industry Technology). He is also one of the advisory members of Autosens Smither and the Image sensors community.