Tunisian researcher Marwen Ksantini from Nabeul, 33, was elected the best researcher and university teacher for the year 2018 at the University of Michigan in the United States.
The Tunisian teacher has won three out of four awards in the field of scientific research. The first prize was for the proliferation of its productions (at least 100 scientific publications at the best conferences and scientific forums in the world).
He also won the award for Best Teacher in Digital Education as he has done a lot of scientific research for visually impaired students so they can finish their studies.
Besides, the Tunisian researcher won the prize for “Best Teaching Competence” in the different areas of learning.
Marwen Ksantini is considered one of the best Tunisian skills abroad. Specialized in computer engineering, computer science and artificial intelligence, Ksantini was decorated by the presidency of the Republic in 2008 after having the PHD.
He had taught in Canada before going to the United States in 2013.