Tembine Hamidou
Global Network Assistant Professor at New York University

Tembine Hamidou is a global network assistant professor at New York University. He leads the learning and game theory laboratory.  His research interests include strategic decision-making in networking, wireless communications, smart energy and transportation systems. In December 2014, Tembine received the IEEE ComSoc Outstanding Young Researcher Award for his promising research activities for the benefit of the society. He is also recipient of 8 best article awards in the applications of game theory. Tembine holds over 150 scientific publications including magazines, letters, journals and conferences. He is author of the book on "distributed strategic learning for engineers" (CRC Press, Taylor & Francis 2012), and co-author of the book "Game Theory and Learning in Wireless Networks" (Elsevier Academic Press 2011). Tembine holds an M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics from Ecole Polytechnique and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Avignon.

Session 1: NEF Spotlight Session

Session 2: Smart Cities & Smart Systems in Africa: Challenges & Opportunities 

Date:  28 March 2018

Time: 11:45-12:45