Ali HAMLILI is Professor of Computer Sciences since 1994 at ENSIAS (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d\'Informatique et d\'Analyse des Systèmes // Computer and Systems Analysis High National School) of Mohamed V- Souissi University of Rabat, Moroccoand former Director of SI2M (Multimedia and Mobile Information Systems) Laboratory at ENSIAS. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées of Paris (France) in 1993 and a Doctorate degree in Applied Sciences from Mohamed V-Agdal University of Rabat (Morocco) in 1999. Previously, he was Assistant-Professor at Paris-XII University, in Créteil, France and Orléans University in Bourges, France between 1992 and 1994. Through his career, he worked on Reliability Growth of Software Versions, Wireless Mobile Networks Modeling and Simulation, Wireless TCP/IP Networks, Network Performance Evaluation, Distributed Systems Performability and Vehicular Networks. In addition, he is the President of the ICST-Alliance (Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies Alliance/ http://www.icst-alliance.org), General Chairman of MICS-10 (Models of Information and Communication Systems) International Conference held in Rabat-Morocco ( November 2-4, 2010) and the founder of the Moroccan Chapter of the IEEE-Intelligent Transportation Systems Society.