In Tunisia the COSMIC organization is represented by Asma Sellami.
Asma_Sellami.png Dr. Asma Sellami is teaching at ISIMS-University of Sfax in Tunisia. She is a member of Mir@cl laboratory. Dr. Sellami holds a PhD from Ecole de Technologie Supérieure – Québec University.  Her current research interest includes broadly measurement in Software Engineering, software quality and software project management. Dr. Sellami is also working on ISO standards for measuring the functional size of software, and has been involved in developing case studies of the COSMIC FSM Method (ISO/IEC 19761). She published more than 30 refereed conferences, journals, and technical reports. She joined the IAC in 2015.
You can contact Asma at asma.sellami @ cosmic-sizing.org.
Mariem Haoues Mariem Haoues. Assistant Professor at University of Carthage – Faculty of Sciences of Bizerte, and a member of the Multimedia, Information Systems, and Advanced Computing Laboratory. She received her B.S. (2010) and M.S. (2013) in “Computer Science and Multimedia” from ISIMS – University of Sfax, Tunisia. In 2018, she received her Ph.D degree in “Computer Science” from FSEG – University of Sfax, Tunisia. Dr. Haoues has over 30 publications in the field of software engineering. Her research interests include software evolution and maintenance, software testing and quality assurance, artificial intelligence, among others.