Chakchouk - Moez
Graduated from the Sup’Com, the Telecoms Engineering School, Tunisia in 1998, M. Chakchouk received his M.S in telecommunications from ENIT the National Engineering School of Tunis in 2001. In February 2009, he achieved his Ph.D in telecommunications and in applied mathematics, under the joint tuition of El Manar University, Tunisia and Paris Descartes University, France. He started his career in 1998 as a research engineer in The National Centre for Telecommunication Studies and Research (CERT) and as a member of the R&D project PINA. In 2002, he became the chief of the R&D project: RACINES. Then, he joined in July 2005 the Telecommunications Regulation Authority (INT), first as chief of technical department, later he became the Head of Interconnection & Access. In March 2010, he was appointed as Adviser to the Minister of Communications Technology where he participated in the design and the implementation of the ICT development policy.
Few weeks after the Tunisian revolution, M. Chakchouk was designated Chairman and CEO of the Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI), where he decided first that this enterprise won’t be anymore a censorship machine, he choose to look further ahead for the development of the Internet in Tunisia, starting with restructuring the agency and proposing several transformation projects of the company. Since he’s the head of the ATI, Mr. Chakchouk was invited to participate in several national and international conferences; there he outlined his vision of the regulation, freedom of expression, privacy and the development of ICT sector in Tunisia.