The Minister of Information and Communication Technologies
The Minister of Information and Communication Technologies Mongi Marzoug is graduated of the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris (1984) and Telecom Paris (1986), he also holds a PhD in physics (1989) and Habilitation to conduct researches (1993). Mongi Marzoug worked at France Telecom R&D during ten years. He has been in charge of several research projects in mobile networks topic.
Then, he served as Head of "Architecture & Function" department in Orange France (France Telecom Group). In 2002, he was promoted to Deputy Director in charge of technical consistency of studies, engineering and products, within Technical Networks and Services. Then, He was in charge of "Networks Quality & Cost Modelling" Department in 2004 and "Roaming Networks Modelling & Performance" Department in 2006, in Orange Technical Group.
Mongi Marzoug holds a patent on the modeling of interference and frequency allocation in cellular mobile radio networks (1995). He is author of several articles and studies published in international journals including IEEE and JAOT. And he has written many technical reports and papers in scientific conferences and international forums.
Mongi Marzoug has been appointed Minister of Information Technologies and Communication since December 26, 2011.
Mongi Marzoug is married and father of four children.