Saïd Assar holds MSc and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Pierre & Marie Curie University, Paris. He is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at Institut Mines-Telecom, Ecole de Management, and is associate researcher at CRI Research Lab, Sorbonne University, France. In 2012, he was a visiting scholar at Lund University, Sweden, with the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG). His research interests include IS modeling, method and tools for IS development, service-orientation in IS, empirical software engineering, e-learning and e-government applications. His work has been published in various national and international workshops and conferences (e.g. BPMDS, INFORSID, COMPSAC, ICSOFT, RCIS). He has co-edited two books and took part in organizing many international scientific events (e.g. IFIP WG8.1 EISIC'02, AIM'04, RE'05, pre-ICIS’06, ICIS'08). Saïd Assar serves regularly on program committees for national and international workshops and conferences (IADIS, AIM, INFORSID, RCIS, ECIS). He was track co-chair at ECIS’13 and ECIS'15, and is on the Editorial Board for two international journals (ITDJ and IJSODIT).