Dr. Mohamed Boukhebouze is deputy department manager at CETIC. Previously, Mohamed Boukhebouze received his Master degree in 2006, and his PhD degree in 2010, both in computer science at the University of Lyon, France. From 2009 to 2012, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Computer Science of the University of Namur. His research interests include data and process mining, Big Data, business process management, and user interface modelling. Mohamed Boukhebouze was involved in several research projects (including ITEA 2 UsiXML, and eHealth for Citizens). Currently, Mohamed Boukhebouze is the coordinator of the QualiHM project that aims to develop a requirement engineering toolkit for efficient user interface design. He is also the leader of the data mining work package of the Inograms project, which aims to develop an advanced data mining system for a productive maintenance of rails equipments. The system is based on large volumes of rails event data (Big Data). Mohamed Boukhebouze authored several research published in international conferences and journals (e.g. EAI Endorsed Trans. Indust. Netw. & Intellig. Syst 2015, RCIS 2014, ICSOC 2014, ICWE 2012, IJBPIM 2011). He is also referee for international conferences and journal (including ANT, NISS, KER).