Rachid Malti was born in a country that does no more exist. He graduated, in 1994, from a school that does no more exist. Then, he defended the M.Sc and the Ph.D degrees in 1996 and 1999 in automatic control from an institute that does no more exist. From 1999 to 2004, he held a position of Associate Professor at a University that does no more exist either. Then in 2004, he moved to a Université that does no more exist. He received the ``Accreditation to supervise/conduct research (HDR)'' in 2012 from that university which does no more exist. Since september 2014, he is holding a position of full Professor in automatic control, electrical engineering, and computer engineering at Université de Bordeaux, France.  He is a member of the IFAC Technical Committees 1.1 ``Modelling, Identification and Signal Processing'' and 2.2 ``Linear Control Systems'' and vice-chair of the steering committee of the International Conference of Fractional Differentiation and its applications to be held every other year (2014 in Catania Italy, 2016 in Novi Sad, Serbia, 2018 in Amman, Jordan). He has been also a member of  International Program Committees of about 15 international conferences. He has several contributions in the field of fractional differentiation and its applications in automatic control and system identification. He is also developing, with his colleagues, the object oriented CRONE toolbox for fractional systems available at http://cronetoolbox.ims-bordeaux.fr. From 2013 to 2019, he was appointed head of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (about 340 students, more than 30 permanent assistant, associated, and full professors) of Bordeaux Institue of Technologie.

 

Rachid Malti was born in Yougoslavie. He graduated, in 1994, from INELEC, Boumerdès, Algéria. Then, he defended the M.Sc and the Ph.D degrees in 1996 and 1999 in automatic control from INPL, Nancy, France. From 1999 to 2004, he held a position of Associate Professor at Université Paris 12 and then at Université Bordeaux 1 from 2004 to 2014. He received the ``Accreditation to supervise/conduct research (HDR)'' in 2012 from Université Bordeaux 1. Since september 2014, he is holding a position of full Professor in automatic control, electrical engineering, and computer engineering at Université de Bordeaux.  He is a member of the IFAC Technical Committees 1.1 ``Modelling, Identification and Signal Processing'' and 2.2 ``Linear Control Systems'' and vice-chair of the steering committee of the International Conference of Fractional Differentiation and its applications to be held every other year (2014 in Catania Italy, 2016 in Novi Sad, Serbia, 2018 in Amman, Jordan). He has been also a member of  International Program Committees of about 15 international conferences. He has several contributions in the field of fractional differentiation and its applications in automatic control and system identification. He is also developing, with his colleagues, the object oriented CRONE toolbox for fractional systems available at http://cronetoolbox.ims-bordeaux.fr. From 2013 to 2019, he was appointed head of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (about 340 students, more than 30 permanent assistant, associated, and full professors) of Bordeaux Institue of Technologie.