The Women in Circuits and Systems (WiCAS) event

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CASS IEEE ENETCOM SBC in collaboration with IEEE WIE student affinity group,  are organizing an event called WICAS, which will take place on Monday, May 1st, 2023, at the National School of Electronics and Telecommunications of Sfax, ENET'COM.

The Women in Circuits and Systems (WiCAS) event is a
three-week-long event designed to promote career development for IEEE CASS
members, with a particular focus on women, minorities, and those in early
career stages. The event is organized by WiCAS, a subcommittee of the Board of
Governors of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society.

The event will start with a bootcamp, which will be spread
out over several days. This bootcamp is designed to provide attendees with
hands-on training and workshops on a variety of circuits and systems topics,
mainly about exploring artificial intelligence. The bootcamp is intended to
provide attendees with practical, real-world skills and knowledge that they can
apply to their careers.

Throughout the three-week period, attendees will have the
opportunity to participate in a variety of activities aimed at fostering
academic and professional growth. One of the main activities will be the
discussion boards, which will provide a platform for academics, industry professionals,
and other experts to share their insights and experiences with attendees. These
discussions will cover a wide range of topics related to circuits and systems,
including current research trends, industry challenges, and emerging

In addition to the discussion boards, there will also be an
artificial intelligence competition that will run throughout the event. This
competition will allow attendees to showcase their skills and knowledge in the
field of AI, and to compete with their peers for prizes and recognition. The
competition will be open to all attendees, regardless of their level of
experience, and will provide an opportunity for participants to learn new
skills and collaborate with others.

Furthermore, The event will be attended by many important guests, including engineers, entrepreneurs, IEEE TUNISIA SECTION and academics from various fields . We  believe that their  presence at our event would be of great value and an inspiration to all attendees. Their expertise would be a great contribution to the event's success. Their participation would also help to promote the importance of Women in Engineering and encourage more female students to pursue careers in STEM fields. 

Overall, the Women in Circuits and Systems (WiCAS) event is a
unique and exciting opportunity for IEEE CASS members to network, learn, and
grow in their careers over the course of three weeks. Whether you are an
academic, industry professional, or early career professional, there will be
something for everyone at this event.

  Date and Time




  • Date: 01 May 2023
  • Time: 08:15 AM to 05:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC+02:00) Paris
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  • Route Tunis, Cite Ons, Technopole Sfax
  • Sfax, Sfax
  • Tunisia 3018
  • Building: ENETCOM
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Asma Asma of Sofrecom


Build a successful career

She will provide valuable insights on how to build a successful career: 

→ How to handle internship and interview situations.

→ How to create the perfect CV.

→ How to set up your LinkedIn account.



Web/mobile engineer

International soft skills trainer with AIPS degree.


Address:Rue du Lac Biwa, Tunis, , Tunis, Tunisia

Emir Emir


Digital marketing


Digital Marketing Certified

Content Creator

 UX/UI Designer

Chronicler Express FM (Tech IT Easy) 


Address:Tunis , Tunisia

Hassene Hassene of IEEE ENETCOM SB


domain of circuits and system society


He received the Dip Ing and Master in electrical engineering from the University of Sfax (ENIS) in 1999 and 2000, respectively, the Ph. D. degree in electronics from the University of Bordeaux I, France, in 2004 and the HDR degree from the University of Sfax in 2011. He is currently Professor and past Director of National School of Electronics and Telecommunications of Sfax (2014-2020), University of Sfax, where he has multiple innovative engineering education initiatives. He coordinates currently in Tunisia the European TEMPUS project "eSience". He is a member of Electronic Communication Group in the Electronic and Information Technology Laboratory. His research interests include characterization and compact modeling of both high frequency devices and future emerging technologies like Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor (CNTFET). He participates also in researches in radiofrequency integrated and low power circuits design. He has authored and co-authored more than 60 journal publications and conference papers and has gathered significant scientific coordination experience within national and international collaborative research projects. He participated in the organization of several IEEE conferences and workshops, in particular ICECS 2009 and MELECON 2012. He was the treasurer of the Tunisia Section between 2013 and 2015, he is actually the Tunisia CAS chapter Chair and the counselor of the ENET’Com student.


Address:Sfax, Tunisia

Mohamed Mohamed of IEEE ENETCOM SB


domain of AI and machine learning


Assistant Professor in the National School of Electronics and Communications of Sfax University of Sfax.

Phd in Enginnering Computer Systems at ENIS, Sfax.

He is member of the Regim Lab. His research interests in human computer interaction and videos images analysis. He has been a graduate member of IEEE since 2009. IEEE senior member since 2016.


Address:Route El Ain Km 6, , Sfax, Tunisia, 3042

Ilhem Ilhem of IEEE


discuss about woman in STEM or woman in CASS


A. Pof. @ University of Sfax, Regim-Lab. IEEE TN Sect.

Chair & Education Chapter Chair. IEEE R8 WIE Committee



Address:Sfax, Tunisia


8:30 - 8:45 AM : Registration and check-in

8:45 - 9 AM : A brief talk to attendees about our CASS chapter and our affinity Group WIE, as well as an overview of the event

9 - 9:50 AM : We have 5 speakers from the Tunisia Section, each speaker will have 10 minutes to share their perspectives. .

10.30 -13 h  : We also  have dedicated training sessions: 

Post-lunch, we will have:

  • An AI competition judged by Mr.Mohamed Neji. 
  • Intellectual games.
  • Entertainment activities like karaoke and others.