Mrs El ALAMI Wafaa is currently the Head of ISESCO Center for Promotion of Scientific Research (ICPSR) since February 2010. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Computer Sciences from l’Université scientifique et médicale de Grenoble (France). She is the Coordinator of the ISESCO Journal of Science and Technology:
She has been involved in several program committees of international conferences, seminars and workshops. She is a Member of the ISESCO Prizes in Science and Technology Selection Committee set up by ISESCO. These prizes are awarded in Basic Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, and Physics) and in Technology for outstanding research contributions and innovation in these fields. The Prizes are presented at a special ceremony during the Islamic Conference of Ministers of Higher Education and Scientific research. She is also a Member of ISESCO Research Grants Programme Jury. The grants are awarded to young competent scientists under the age of 40 years from those OIC Member States where basic tools of research are seriously lacking.
Wafaa EL ALAMI was the head of ISESCO Planning, Information and Documentation Center (CPID) for 10 years. She represented ISESCO in Preparatory Committees of the World Summit on the Information Society (Geneva 2003- Tunis 2005), and took part in a number of international events on ICTs.
She is appointed, since June 2011, to represent ISESCO as a Member of the Arab Working Group to prepare for the Arab States Connect Summit (March 2012). Over the period from 1986 to 1999, Mrs El Alami, as information specialist, was entrusted with the implementation and follow up of the project of the Islamic Databank, which comprised some fifteen databases containing information needed by ISESCO on Islamic research centers, universities, periodicals, experts, etc. She was also responsible for the computerization of administrative and financial applications at ISESCO. Furthermore, as analyst, she was designated as project manager at the Casablanca-based SFRM Computer, (THOMSON Subsidiary, and Semi-conductors Division) after 2 years of civil service at the IT Management Department at the National Center for Documentation (Ministry of Planning, Rabat-Morocco).