Dr. Saida Bedoui | Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Gabes University | Tunisia

Author Profile



Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Saida Bedoui’s academic journey is marked by an exceptional pursuit of knowledge and excellence in electrical engineering and related fields. She began her educational journey at Lycée République in Gabès, Tunisia, where she earned her Bachelor of Mathematics in June 2003. Following this, she attended the Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Gabes, where she completed her preparatory classes for the National Engineering School with a focus on Physics and Mathematics in July 2005, securing admission to the engineering school. Her higher education was pursued at the National Engineering School of Gabes, where she obtained her degree in Electric-Automatic Engineering in July 2008, graduating with a “Very Good” rating. She further specialized by obtaining a Master's in Automatic and Intelligent Techniques in June 2009, also with a “Very Good” rating. Dr. Bedoui then achieved her PhD in Electrical Engineering in March 2013 with the highest honors, and later completed her Habilitation Thesis in Electrical Engineering at Gabes University in February 2023.

Professional Endeavors

Dr. Bedoui’s professional career spans several prestigious roles in academia. She started as a contractual lecturer at the National Engineering School of Gabes from 2008 to 2012. She then served as a lecturer at the Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Gafsa from 2012 to 2013. Since September 2013, she has been an Assistant Professor at the Higher Institute of Industrial Systems of Gabes, where she has been involved in teaching a variety of subjects, including Automatic, Electronics, and Industrial Computing, at all levels of higher education.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Bedoui’s research interests primarily focus on the identification and control of time-delay systems. Her PhD thesis contributed significantly to this field by proposing methods to identify time-delay systems, addressing the simultaneous identification of time delay and dynamic parameters of both mono-variable and multi-variable time-delay systems. Her work includes the development of new approaches for generating libraries of local models for nonlinear time-delay systems. Her contributions extend to supervising numerous graduate projects and theses. She has guided students in projects ranging from the design and implementation of road junction prototypes to the modernization of control systems for industrial applications.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Bedoui has been recognized for her work with various scholarships and research stays at esteemed institutions. Notably, she received a CSC scholarship for a research stay at Jiangnan University, PR China, in 2023. She has also undertaken research stays at the Laboratory of Engineering Systems in Caen, France, and the Research Center for Automatic Control of Nancy, France.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Bedoui has played a pivotal role in several significant projects and associations. She served as the project manager for the initiative "Strengthening the Capacity of the 4C Center in Training and Support for Students and Young Graduates of ISSI-Gabes" from January 2020 to February 2022. Additionally, she has been the Director of the Career Center and Skills Certification and has been actively involved with the Tunisian Association of Automatic and Digitizing in various capacities since 2010.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Bedoui’s legacy is characterized by her dedication to advancing the field of electrical engineering through both education and research. Her extensive teaching experience, coupled with her innovative research, has made significant contributions to the academic community. Her work continues to influence the development of automatic and intelligent systems.


Notable Publications

Iterative parameter identification for Hammerstein systems with ARMA noises by using the filtering identification idea 2024

On the combined estimation of the parameters and the states of fractional-order systems 2023 (2)

Diagnosis and fault tolerant control against actuator fault for a class of hybrid Dynamic systems 2023 (3)

Convergence Analysis of Forgetting Factor Least Squares Algorithm for ARMAX Time-Delay Models 2022 (1)

Parameter and State Estimation of Nonlinear Fractional-Order Model Using Luenberger Observer 2022 (6)




Saida Bedoui | Engineering | Best Researcher Award

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