Dhafer Malouche

Senior Statistical Analyst

Professor University of Carthage

Status: Professor at the Higher School of Statistics and Information Analysis, University of Carthage, Tunisia

Skills: R Software, H2O.ai, Python, Data Visualization, Big Data, Machine Learning,

Interests: Statistics, Demography, Big Data, Data Analytics, Survey Methodology, Data Quality, Graphical Models, Epidemiology, Gender Discrimination.

Summary Dhafer Malouche is a Professor of Statistics and Applied Mathematics at The University of Carthage. He earned his Ph.D. in Statistics and Applied Mathematics from Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France in October 1997, and a Master’s Degree in Applied from the same university in June 1994. He started his academic professional as Assistant Professor in Sousse in Tunisia. In September 2003, Dhafer then moved to the Higher Engineering School of Statistics and Information Analysis (Ecole Supérieure de la Statistique et de l’Analyse de l’Information) of the University of Carthage, where he was successively promoted to Associate-Professor in January 2011, then to Professor in August 2018. He had taught there several statistical courses: Regression Analysis, Time Series, Data Mining, Big Data, Advanced R, Bayesian Statistics. He had supervised five Ph.D. in Applied Statistics. Dhafer has authored and co-authored more than 45 scholar papers in many topics related to applied statistics. On several times he was a visiting scholar in many prestigious colleges located in the US, as well as Canada and France.

ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-0494-7141


September 2009

Habilitation; Ecole National d’Ingenieurs de Tunis, University Tunis El Manar

Thesis Title: Problèmes autour des probabilités et de la statistique: Méthodes et Applications (Probability and Statistics Problems: Methods and Applications).



Ph.D. Statistics; Paul Sabatier University

Thesis Title: Natural Exponential Families Associated to Pick Functions



Master Degree Applied Mathematics; Paul Sabatier University

Thesis Title: Classification of Natural Exponential families having a function variance \(Q(m)\sqrt{\Delta(m)}\)


Bachelor in Mathematics (Maitrise de Mathématiques), Ecole Normale Supérieure de Bizerte, Tunisia



University of Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia, September 2003 - Present

Ecole Sup'erieure de la Statistique et de l’Analyse de l’Information

Professor (from 2018), Associate Professor (2011-2018), Assistant Professor (2003-2011)}

Description(s) of tasks/responsibilities
  • Data Analysis: Principal Component Analysis, Correspondence Analysis, and Multiple Correspondence Analysis, Theory and Practice with R.
  • Mathematical Statistics: Statistical Inference, Hypothesis Testing.
  • Regression Analysis, Theory and Practice with R
  • Data Mining and Practice with R
  • Bayesian Statistics with OpenBugs/Winbugs/RStan
  • Time Series: ARMA and SARIMA Processes, Theory and Practice with R
  • Big Data: Large Data with R, SQL, Spark, H2O
  • Advanced R and Python: Data Management, Data Visualization, Dashboards, Shiny Apps, Heroku Apps, Bokeh.
  • Supervising 5 PhD: Detection and classification of swallowing sound, Sensory Analysis, Genetics, Zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis incidence, Cardiovascular risk factor.
  • Papers and collaborations: I had published and coauthored more than 40 scholar papers.
  • Supervising Master and Engineering Thesis on several topics related to applied statistics and data science.
  • Director of the Department of Statistics (2004-2007)
  • Responsibilities
    • Provide strong academic leadership,
    • Promote and represent the University both internally and externally,
    • Develop new programs for statistics teaching.


Yale University, 2014 to 2019, New Haven, USA

Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies and the Department of Statistics and Data Science.


  • 2014, Visiting Associate Professor
  • 2015-2018, Consulting
  • 2019, Associate Research Scholar

Description of my role

  • Working On Governance and Local Development
  • Implementing two face-o-face Surveys in Tunisia
    • Survey 1: ~1200 sample size, CAPI, Democratic transition in Tunisia
    • Survey 2: ~3600 sample size, CAPI, Governance and Local Development
  • Working with G-econ team on collecting GDP data,
  • Working on RD performance and Investment,
  • Teaching Time Series with R/Python Course.


University of Michigan, September 2016 - June 2017, Ann Arbor, USA

Center for Political Studies of the Institute for Social Research

Visiting Fulbright Scholar

  • Working on Data Quality, Survey Methodology, Interviewer Effect.
  • Teaching (lectures)
    • Applied graphical Models,
    • Data visualization with R
    • Sensory Analysis

Stanford University, Mai 2011 - July 2011, Palo alto, USA

Department of Statistics

Visiting Fulbright Scholar

  • Description of my role: Graphical Models, Faithfulness assumption and Covariance graphs

University of Lille, May 2012 & May 2013, Lille, France

Visiting Associate Professor

  • Description of my role: Estimation of Graphical models with penalty criteria


York University, September 2002-June 2003, Toronto, Canada

Department of Statistics

Visiting Assistant Professor

  • Teaching:
    • Applied Regression Models with SAS
    • Introduction to the theory of probability
    • Introduction to Statistics with Minitab
  • Research: Monte Carlo Methods and Bayesian Estimation of the Graphical Models


University of Sousse, September 1998-June 2002, Sousse, Tunis

Institut Pr'eparatoire aux Ecoles d’Ing'enieurs

Assistant Professor

  • Teaching: Analysis, Calculus, Algebra
  • Research: Natural Exponential Families, Pick functions, Matkov Chains
  • Administration: Director of the Department of Mathematics


Paul Sabatier University, 1994-1998, Toulouse, France

Laboratoire de Statistique et de Probabilités

  • Positions
    • Post-doctoral fellow (1997-1998)
    • Ph.D. Candidate (1994-1997)
  • Teaching: Tutoring in the course Introduction to Probability theory
  • Research: Natural Exponential Families, Pick functions


  1. Dhafer Malouche and Bala Rajaratnam. Gaussian covariance faithful markov trees. Journal of Probability and Statistics, 2011, 2011.

  3. Dhafer Malouche. Mixed graphical model selection using holm’s procedure. Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 38(9):1453–1464, 2009.

  5. Dhafer Malouche. Determining full conditional independence by low-order conditioning. Bernoulli, 15(4):1179–1189, 2009.

  7. Dhafer Malouche and Sylvie Sevestre-Ghalila. Estimating high dimensional faithful gaussian graphical models by low-order conditioning. In Proceeding, of 26th IASTED International Multi-Conference on Applied Informatics, Artificial Intelligence and Applications, pages 595–025, 2008.

  9. Dhafer Malouche. Natural exponential families associated to pick functions. Test, 7(2):391–412, 1998.

  11. Dhafer Malouche. L’action quadratique du groupe des homographies sur les familles exponentielles réelles. Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences-Series I-Mathematics, 325(9):1029–1032, 1997.

  13. Gérard Letac and Dhafer Malouche. The markov chain associated to a pick function. Probability theory and related fields, 118(4):439–454, 2000.

  15. Gérard Letac, Dhafer Malouche, and Stefan Maurer. The real powers of the convolution of a negative binomial distribution and a bernoulli distribution. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 130(7):2107–2114, 2002.

  17. Célestin C Kokonendji and Dhafer Malouche. A property of count distributions in the hinde–demétrio family. Communications in Statistics—Theory and Methods, 37(12):1823–1834, 2008.

  19. Safa Aouinti, Véronique Giudicelli, Patrice Duroux, Dhafer Malouche, Sofia Kossida, and Marie-Paule Lefranc. Imgt/statclonotype for pairwise evaluation and visualization of ngs ig and tr imgt clonotype (aa) diversity or expression from imgt/highv-quest. Frontiers in immunology, 7:339, 2016.

  21. Safa Aouinti, Dhafer Malouche, Véronique Giudicelli, Sofia Kossida, and Marie-Paule Lefranc. Imgt/highv-quest statistical significance of imgt clonotype (aa) diversity per gene for standardized comparisons of next generation sequencing immunoprofiles of immunoglobulins and t cell receptors. PLoS One, 10(11):e0142353, 2015.

  23. Amel Ghouila, H Jmel, SB Yahia, D Malouche, and S Abdelhak. Multi-som: A novel clustering approach for gene expression analysis. In INFECTION GENETICS AND EVOLUTION, volume 9, pages 374–374. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2009.

  25. Amel Ghouila, Sadok Ben Yahia, Dhafer Malouche, Haifa Jmel, Dhafer Laouini, Fatma Z Guerfali, and Sonia Abdelhak. Application of multi-som clustering approach to macrophage gene expression analysis. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 9(3):328–336, 2009.

  27. Imen Arfa, Abdelmajid Abid, Dhafer Malouche, Nissaf Ben Alaya, Théophile Roland Azegue, Imen Mannai, Mohamed Majdi Zorgati, Mohamed Chiheb Ben Rayana, Slim Ben Ammar, Samira Blousa-Chabchoub, et al. Familial aggregation and excess maternal transmission of type 2 diabetes in tunisia. Postgraduate medical journal, 83(979):348–351, 2007.

  29. Imen Arfa, Abdelmajid Abid, Sonia Nouira, Houda Elloumi-Zghal, Dhafer Malouche, Imen Mannai, Mohamed Majdi Zorgati, Nissaf Ben Alaya, Ahmed Rebai, Béchir Zouari, et al. Lack of association between the angiotensin-converting enzyme gene (i/d) polymorphism and diabetic nephropathy in tunisian type 2 diabetic patients. Journal of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System, 9(1):32–36, 2008.

  31. I Arfa, S Nouira, A Abid, N Bouafif-Ben Alaya, MM Zorgati, D Malouche, I Manai, MC Ben Rayana, S Blousa-Chabchoub, H Ben Romdhane, et al. Absence d’association entre les polymorphismes du système rénine angiotensine (sra) et l’hypertension artérielle chez les diabétiques de type 2 tunisiens . la tunisie médicale, 88(01):37–40, 2010.

  33. Imen Arfa, Sonia Nouira, Abdelmajid Abid, N Alaya Bouafif-Ben, MM Zorgati, Dhafer Malouche, Imen Manai, MC Rayana Ben, Samira Blousa-Chabchoub, H Romdhane Ben, et al. Lack of association between renin-angiotensin system (ras) polymorphisms and hypertension in tunisian type 2 diabetics. La tunisie Medicale, 88(1):38–41, 2010.

  35. Kamakshi Chaithri Ponnaluri, Parimala Narne, Mohd Siraj, Mohd Ishaq, I Arfa, A Abid, D Malouche, N Ben Alaya, TR Azegue, H Benrahma, et al. Risk of diabetes in siblings of index cases with type 2 diabetes: Implications for genetic studies. Asian Journal of Epidemiology, 5(3):348–351, 2007.

  37. Olfa Saidi, Nada Zoghlami, Kathleen E Bennett, Paola Andrea Mosquera, Dhafer Malouche, Simon Capewell, Habiba Ben Romdhane, and Martin O’Flaherty. Explaining income-related inequalities in cardiovascular risk factors in tunisian adults during the last decade: comparison of sensitivity analysis of logistic regression and wagstaff decomposition analysis. International journal for equity in health, 18(1):177, 2019.

  39. Olfa Saidi, Martin O’Flaherty, Nada Zoghlami, Dhafer Malouche, Simon Capewell, Julia A Critchley, Piotr Bandosz, Habiba Ben Romdhane, and Maria Guzman Castillo. Comparing strategies to prevent stroke and ischemic heart disease in the tunisian population: Markov modeling approach using a comprehensive sensitivity analysis algorithm. Computational and mathematical methods in medicine, 2019, 2019.

  41. O Saidi, M O’Flaherty, N Zoghlami, D Malouche, S Capewell, J Critchley, P Bandosz, F Hentati, B Romdhane, and M Guzman-Castillo. Rf20 comparing strategies to prevent stroke and ischemic heart disease in the tunisian population: markov modeling approach using a comprehensive sensitivity analysis algorithm, 2018.

  43. Safa Salem, Dhafer Malouche, and Habiba Ben Romdhane. Tunisian population quality of life: a general anal-ysis using sf-36. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 25(9), 2019.

  45. O Saidi, D Malouche, M O’Flaherty, N Ben Mansour, HA Skhiri, H Ben Romdhane, and L Bezdah. Assessment of cardiovascular risk in tunisia: applying the framingham risk score to national survey data. BMJ open, 6(11):e009195, 2016.

  47. Safa Aouinti, Héla Mallek, Dhafer Malouche, Olfa Saidi, Olfa Lassouedi, Faycel Hentati, and Habiba Ben Romdhane. Graphical interaction models to extract predictive risk factors of the cost of managing stroke in tunisia. In 2013 International Conference on Computer Medical Applications (ICCMA), pages 1–6. IEEE, 2013.

  49. Olfa Saidi, Martin O’Flaherty, Nadia Ben Mansour, Wafa Aissi, Olfa Lassoued, Simon Capewell, Julia A Critchley, Dhafer Malouche, and Habiba Ben Romdhane. Forecasting tunisian type 2 diabetes prevalence to 2027: validation of a simple model. BMC public health, 15(1):104, 2015.

  51. M Karaoud, N Bouafif, D Malouche, C Kouni, and N Achour. La mortalité parmi les enfants âgés de moins de 15 ans en tunisie peut être liée à la température. Revue d’Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique, 62:S122, 2014.

  53. M Karaoud, D Malouche, and N Bouafif. Méthodologie de l’analyse de la relation température–mortalité en tunisie. Revue d’Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique, 62:S141–S142, 2014.

  55. Khouloud Talmoudi, Hedia Bellali, Nissaf Ben-Alaya, Marc Saez, Dhafer Malouche, and Mohamed Kouni Chahed. Modeling zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis incidence in central tunisia from 2009-2015: Forecasting models using climate variables as predictors. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 11(8):e0005844, 2017.

  57. Talmoudi Khouloud, Bellali Hedia, Ben-Alaya Nissaf, Saez Marc, Malouche Dhafer, and Chahed Mohamed Kouni. Comparative performance analysis for generalized additive and generalized linear modeling in epidemiology. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 8(12), 2017.

  59. R Fehri, H Rifi, A Alboueiri, D Malouche, M Ayadi, H Rais, and A Mezlini. Carcinoma of unknown primary: retrospective study of 437 patients treated at salah azaiez institute. La Tunisie medicale, 91(3):205–208, 2013.

  61. H. Khlaifi, D. Istrate, J. Demongeot, and D. Malouche. Swallowing sound recognition at home using gmm. IRBM, 39(6):407 – 412, 2018. JETSAN.

  63. Ibtihel Rebhi and Dhafer Malouche. Decision making about products development through consumer preferences modeling based on descriptive characteristics of products. In 2017 IEEE/ACS 14th International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA), pages 423–430. IEEE, 2017.

  65. Ibtihel Rebhi and Dhafer Malouche. An approach for external preference mapping improvement by denoising consumer rating data. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS, 8(12):500–508, 2017.

  67. Kaouther Ben Hassine, Amani Taamalli, Dhafer Malouche, Naziha Kammoun, Aida Lazzez, Cinzia Benincasa, Giovanni Sindona, Enzo Perri, Mohamed Hammami, and Mohamed Bouaziz. Influence of variety, geographical site and extraction system on virgin olive oil (voo) linoleic acid composition and its impact on consumer preference. LINOLEIC ACIDS, page 97.

  69. Kaouther Ben Hassine, Amani Taamalli, Mourad Ben Slama, Talmoudi Khouloud, Apostolos Kiristakis, Cinzia Benincasa, Enzo Perri, Dhafer Malouche, Mohamed Hammami, Salwa Bornaz, et al. Characterization and preference mapping of autochthonous and introduced olive oil cultivars in tunisia. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 117(1):112–121, 2015.

  71. Kaouther Ben-Hassine, Amani Taamalli, Sana Ferchichi, Anis Mlaouah, Cinzia Benincasa, Elvira Romano, Guido Flamini, Aida Lazzez, Naziha Grati-Kamoun, Enzo Perri, Dhafer Malouche, and Mohamed Hammami. Physicochemical and sensory characteristics of virgin olive oils in relation to cultivar, extraction system and storage conditions. Food research international, 54(2):1915–1925, 2013.

  73. Gilbert Yvon Mbesse Kongbonga, Kaouther Ben Hassine, Hassen Ghalila, Dhafer Malouche, et al. Front-face fluorescence using uv-led coupled to usb spectrometer to discriminate between virgin olive oil from two cultivars. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 10(02):119, 2019.

  75. Habiba Zmerli Triki, Mohamed Laabir, Céline Lafabrie, Dhafer Malouche, Chrystelle Bancon-Montigny, Catherine Gonzalez, Alan Deidun, Olivier Pringault, and Ons Kéfi Daly-Yahia. Do the levels of industrial pollutants influence the distribution and abundance of dinoflagellate cysts in the recently-deposited sediment of a mediterranean coastal ecosystem? Science of the Total Environment, 595:380–392, 2017.

  77. Habiba Zmerli Triki, Ons Kéfi Daly-Yahia, Dhafer Malouche, Yosr Komiha, Alan Deidun, Mouldi Brahim, et al. Distribution of resting cysts of the potentially toxic dinoflagellate alexandrium pseudogonyaulax in recently deposited sediment within bizerte lagoon (mediterranean coast, tunisia). Marine pollution bulletin, 84(1-2):172– 181, 2014.

  79. Dhafer Malouche. Arab spring success story: Tunisians vote. Yale Global, 2019.

  81. Lindsay Benstead, Ellen Lust, Dhafer Malouche, and Jakob Wichmann. Tunisian elections bring hope in uncertain times. Washington Post, 27:2014, 2014.

  83. Lindsay J Benstead, Ellen M Lust, Dhafer Malouche, Gamal Soltan, and Jakob Wichmann. Winners and losers after arab spring. Yale Global, 2013.

  85. Lindsay Benstead, E Lust, Dhafer Malouche, Gamal Soltan, and Jakob Wichmann.<a href=“https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/tunisia/2013-02-14/islamists-arent-obstacle” Islamists aren’t the obstacle. Foreign Affairs, 14, 2013.

  87. Lindsay J Benstead, Ellen Lust, and Dhafer Malouche. Tunisian revolution is work in progress</>. The Epoch Times, 27, 2012.

  89. Lindsay J Benstead, Kristen Kao, Pierre F Landry, Ellen M Lust, and Dhafer Malouche. Using tablet computers to implement surveys in challenging environments. Survey Practice, 10(2):1–9, 2017.

  91. P. Ranjanomennahary, S. Sevestre Ghalila, D Malouche, A. Marchadier, M. Rachidi, Cl. Benhamou, and C. Chappard. Comparison of radiograph-based texture analysis and bone mineral density with three-dimensional microarchitecture of trabecular bone. Medical Physics, 38(1):420–428, 2011.

  93. G. Selmi, Z. B. Azouz, and D. Malouche. The volume radius function: A new descriptor for the segmentation of volumetric medical images. In 2015 International Conference on Image and Vision Computing New Zealand (IVCNZ), pages 1–6, Nov 2015.

  95. Nejla Kerfai, Bahia Bejar Ghadhab, and Dhafer Malouche. Performance measurement and quality costing in tunisian manufacturing companies. The TQM Journal, 28(4):588–596, 2016.

  97. Khawla Ghribi, Sylvie Sevestre, Zahia Guessoum, Javier Gil-Quijano, Dhafer Malouche, and Anis Youssef. A survey on multi-agent management approaches in the context of intelligent energy systems. In 2014 International Conference on Electrical Sciences and Technologies in Maghreb (CISTEM), pages 1–8. IEEE, 2014.

  99. I. Mekki, D Malouche, S Smeti, H Hajji, M Mahouachi, Elloumi M, and N Atti. Study of the breeding systems of sheeps in the montagnous area of north-western tunisia. Livestock Research for Rural Development, 31(108), 2019.

International Conferences

  • R. Lahmandi-Ayed, D. Malouche More Investment in Research and Development for better education in the future, CEAFE, Beit El Hikma, June 21st, 2018.

  • D. Malouche, R the Unsung hero of Big Data, CEAFE, Beit El Hikma, June 21st, 2018.

  • I. Rebhi, D. Malouche, Decision Making about Products Development through Consumer Preferences Modeling Based on Descriptive Characteristics of Products, International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications Hammamet 2017

  • I. Rebhi, D. Malouche, SensMap R package for sensory and consumer data mapping, European R Users Meeting Pologne 2016

  • Hela JEDDI, Dhafer MALOUCHE, La discrimination salariale de genre en Tunisie, Studying wage gap between men and women in Tunisia using Oaxaca-Blinder models, The Sixth Euro-African Conference in Finance and Economics, Marseille, France 31/03/2016.

  • Lindsay J. Benstead and Dhafer Malouche, Interviewer Religiosity and Polling in Transitional Tunisia, Midwest Political Science Association, 73rd Annual Conference, April 16 - April 19, 2015, Chicago, USA

  • Lindsay Benstead, Pierre Landry, Ellen Lust, Dhafer Malouche. GLD-Tunisia Local Governance Performance Index, Yale program on governance and local development, 2nd Annual Conference, Service Provision in a Changing Arab World, Yale University, April 2015

  • H. Bahri, R. Ghozi, Z. Bornaz, Y. Arfa, D. Malouche, Evaluation de l’anxiété pré-compétitive et identification de ses états à partir de l’activité électro-dermale, MSDM, Hammamet, 12 Mars 2015

  • Khawla Ghribi, Sylvie S. Ghalila, Zahia Guessoum, Javier Gil-Quijano, Dhafer Malouche, A Survey on Multi-agent Management Approaches in the Context of Intelligent Energy Systems, CISTEM, 2014

  • D. Malouche, En-Nahdha and Nidaa Touness: the next duel, Workshop on the “Religious Political Movements: The Muslim Brotherhood”, IPI , Vienna, October 19-20th, 2014

  • M. Karouad, N. Bouafi, D. Malouche, Les effets de la température sur la mortalité chez les personnes âgées en Tunisie, VIème Congrès international ADELF-EPITER, Septembre 2014, Nice, France

  • M. Karouad, D. Malouche, N. Bouafi, Mortalité et température journalière en Tunisie: une étude multi région, VIème Congrès international ADELF-EPITER, Septembre 2014, Nice, France

  • S. Aouinti, D. Malouche, M.P. Lefranc, Analyse statistique des propriétés physico-chimiques des acides aminés des régions hyper-variables des anticorps, 46ième JDS, Juin, 2014.

  • H. Bahri, R. Ghozi, F. Hussein, D. Malouche, Identification et caractérisation des états de stress par une segmentation probabiliste des signaux de l’activité éléctrodermale, 46ième JDS, Juin, 2014.

  • M. Karouad, N. Bouafi, D. Malouche, Modélisation de la relation température-mortalité en Tunisie, 46ième JDS, Juin, 2014.

  • I. Rebhi, D.Malouche « Stabiliser des cartographies de préférences par débruitage des données d’appréciation », Journées des Statistique, Rennes, France, Juin 2014, Proceeding Journées des Statistique, Société Française de Statistique, p 60.

  • M. Karaoud, D. Malouche, N. Bouafif, Méthodologie de l’analyse de la relation Température-Mortalité en Tunisie, 8ème Conférence Francophone d’Épidémiologie Clinique (EPICLIN) et les 21èmes journées des statisticiens de Centre de Lutte Contre le Cancer (CLCC) co-organisés par l’Association des Épidémiologies de Langue Française (ADELF) et par le Réseau Français des Unités d’Essais Cliniques (RFUEC), , Bordeaux, France, 14, 15 et 16 mai 2014

  • K. Ben Hassine, I. Rebhi, A. Taamali, N. Grati Kamoun, M. Hammami, D. Malouche, F. Husson, Study of consumer preferences of extra virgin olive oils in tunisia, relationship with physicochemical and sensory characteristics, AgroStat, March-2014, Rabat, Maroc

  • L. Benstead, E. Lust, D. Malouche, G. Soltan, and J. Wichmann, Who voted and why? an analysis of old and new voters in Tunisia, CSID Conference, Democratic Transitions in the Arab World, March 29, 2013, Tunis.

  • L. Benstead, E. Lust and D. Malouche, Implication of Civil Society in the Transition process in Tunisia, CSID Conference, Democratic Transitions in the Arab World, March 29, 2013, Tunis.

  • D. Malouche and B. Rajaratnam, Pseudographoid and the covariance global Markov property, 44ièmes journées de la statistique, Bruxelles, 2012.

  • D. Malouche, H. Ouaili-Malek, H. Ben Romdhane, Un modèle multifactoriel pour l’explication de la violence verbale à l’égard de la femme mariée, 44ièmes journées de la statistique, Bruxelles, 2012.

  • O. Saidi, L. Chaouech, D. Malouche, O. Lasoued, H. Ben Romdhane Facteurs explicatifs du cout direct médical du Syndrome Coronarien Aigu en Tunisie, 44ièmes journées de la statistique, Bruxelles, 2012.

  • B. Bejar Ghadhab, N. Kerfai and D. Malouche, Les facteurs clés pour la mise en place d’un système de cout relatifs à la qualité : cas des industries en Tunisie, 2ième congrés transatlantique de comptabilité, contr^ole, audit et gestion des co^uts dans la globalisation et la normalisation, Lyon, France, June 2010

  • D. Malouche, B. Rajaratnam. Gaussian Markov Trees. Communication dans les 42ièmes Journées de Statistique, SFdS, Marseille, 2010.

  • D. Malouche, B. Rajaratnam. Duality between faithfulness assumptions in Graphical models. Communication dans les 41ièmes Journées de Statistique, SFdS, Bordeaux, 2009.

  • R. Bengrich, D. Malouche, S. Sevestre-Ghalila. Modèle graphique ou champ Markovien Gaussien en image : estimation du graphe de voisinage. Dans 41ièmes Journées de Statistique, SFdS, Bordeaux, 2009.

  • M. Djebali M., D. Malouche, S. Sevestre-Ghalila. Classification cas ostéoporotique - témoin par Modélisation Graphique. Communication dans les 41ièmes Journées de Statistique, SFdS, Bordeaux, 2009.

  • A. Ghouila S. Ben Yahia, D. Malouche, H. Jmel and S. Abdelhak, Combining unsupervised classification techniques with Gene Ontology tools for transcriptome analysis., Ecol’IA, 1-12, 2008.

  • A. Ghouila, S. Ben yahia, D. Malouche, H. Jmel et S. Abdelhak, Utilisation des techniques d’apprentissage non supervisée pour l’analyse des données de transcriptome,, Journées Scientifiques en Bio-informatique, JSB- Maroc, Janvier 2007.

  • A. Gouila, S. Ben Yahia, D. Malouche, S. Abdelha, Multi-SOM: A novel clustering approach for gene expression analysis. Cap, Plate-Forme AFIA, Grenoble, 2007.