Engineering student from Kairouan Tunisia. My journey started in France.
Next semester, I will be doing my Master of science at the Technical University of Munich. My main focus will be on automation, robotics and neuroengineering.
I did an exchange semester at the Czech Technical University in Prague. My coursework included computer vision, artificial intelligence plus courses about networks and electronics. This is where my passion for computer vision started!
I started my Masters in Engineering at IMT Atlantique (formerly known as Telecom Bretagne), a French Grande Ecole. I had a polyvalent education comprising networks, economics, electronics, mathematics and signal theory with my main focus being on computer science.
After my “Baccalauréat” diploma (equivalent to A-levels or Abitur), I pursued my studies at the preparatory classes for the competitions to enter the French engineering schools, a very selective institution that selects the first 120 students on the whole country with two years of intensive studies focused on maths and physics. After succeeding in the written and oral examinations of the “concours mines-ponts”, I was accepted at Télécom Bretagne and I was awarded the Tunisian government scholarship.