Rafik Braham

is currently a professor of computer science at ISITC of Hammam Sousse, the University of Sousse. He is the head of the research group PRINCE. He received a PhD degree from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1990. His research interests include learning technologies, neural networks, wireless networking (MAC and PHY), Internet-based services and automatic processing of Arabic language. R. Braham is a member of IEEE and IEEE Computer and Education societies. 



Last update: October 2019


Articles published on IXD&A:


• Student Perception of Mobile Self-assessment: an Evaluation of the Technology Acceptance Model, N.41, pp. 109 - 124,  abstractdownload


• A Framework for Competence based e-Assessment, N.32, 2017, pp. 189 - 204, abstractdownload


• A Context-Aware Framework to Provide Personalized Mobile Assessment, N. 23, pp. 82-97, abstractdownload