Assistant Professor
Université Alioune Diop
                                                      ICT Department, URF SAT
BP. 30 Bambey, Senegal

Mouhamadou Lamine Ba is an assistant professor in the Information, Communication, and Technology Department of the Université Alioune Diop de Bambey, Senegal (ICT Department, URF SAT, UADB). He is a lecturer on Databases and Business Intelligence and a member of the EIR-IMTICE research group. Mouhamadou Lamine Ba is graduated with a PhD in Computer Science and Networks from Télécom ParisTech under the supervision of Talel Abdessalem and Pierre Senellart. Prior to that, he got a Bachelor and a Master in Computer Science and Mathematics from Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar, Senegal. Mouhamadou Lamine Ba has been involved in several research projects (DataRing, DROD, CCIPX, Chaire big data) and review committees (Information Science, BigComp, EDBT, iiWAS). He published research and demo papers in international conferences and Workshops (SIGMOD, WWW, DocEng, EDBT, DASFAA Workshops, etc.) and spent some times in industry as a computer expert or an intern.

Main Publications

This is only a selected list of published papers and prepublications.  For the complete list of all papers, scientific reports, and drafts, please refer to section publications.

  • Ngurah Agus Sanjaya ERM. Lamine BA, Talel Abdessalem, Stephane Bressan: Set of t-uples Expansion by Example with Reliability. IJWIS 2017. To appear. 

  • Ngurah Agus Sanjaya ERM. Lamine BA, Talel Abdessalem, Stephane Bressan: Truthfulness of candidates in set of t-uples expansion.  DEXA 2017. To appear.

  • Laure Bert-Equil, M. Lamine BA: Veracity of Big Data: Challenges of Cross-Modal Truth Discovery. Journal of Data and Information Quality (JDIQ), August 2016.

  • Lamine BA, Laure Bert-Equille, Kushal Shah, and Hossam M. Hammady: VERA: A Platform for Veracity Estimation over Web Data. In Proc. WWW, Montreal, Canada, April 2016 (demonstration).

  • M. Lamine BA, Roxana Horincar, P. Senellart, and Huayu Wu: Truth Finding with Attribute Partitioning. In Proc. WebDB, Melbourne, Australia, May 2015.

  • M. Lamine BA : Exploitation de la structure des données incertaines. PhD Thesis, April 2012 – March 2015. Manuscrit in English.

  • M. Lamine BA, T. Abdessalem, and P. Senellart: Uncertain Version Control in Open Collaborative Editing of Tree-Structured Documents. In Proc. DocEng, Florence, Italy, September 2013. (Runner-up for the best student paper)

  • M. Lamine BA, T. Abdessalem, and P. Senellart: Merging Uncertain Multi-Version XML Documents. In Proc. DChanges, Florence, Italy, September 2013.

  • T. AbdessalemM. Lamine BA, and P. SenellartA probabilistic XML Merging Tool. In Proc. EDBT, Uppsula, Sweden, March 2011.

  • Teaching Activities

    • 2016 -- 2017

      • Business Intelligence
      • Introduction to DBMS
      • Distributed Databases

    Projects & Students

    • Ongoing projects
      • PPE Project 

        In poor countries like Senegal, educational systems suffer from the lack of means to guide students in making good choices about the right educational programs to follow according to their targeted future professional job. The goal of this project, called PPE for "platforme pédagogique d'orientation" in french, is to fill this gap by proposing a platform able to recommend educational programs and professional career to under graduated and graduated students. This project is made in the spirit of improving the educational system in Senegal based on information technologies. 

      • OMR Project

        In Senegal the access of health facilities is a big issue for people because of the lack of enough human and material resources in health domain. In addition, there is a lack of enough information and statistics about the distribution of the diseases per regions, populations, age, etc. so that the existing medical infrastructures are not properly distributed in the country. Also, the government does not really know what kind of specific medical human resources the country needs according to the most prominent diseases. The goal of this project is to propose  "un Observatoire de la Medecine" (An Observatory for Medical Domain) that will provide enough medical information and statistics about population medical situations in Senegal.

    • Master Students
      • Mame Babacar Séne
      • Subject : Using OpenGTS for tracking a fleet of vehicles in good transportation domain. 

      • Mame Diarra Thiam
      Subject : Drupal based Document Access Website for African Development Bank (BAD in French).  (this internship is located at Ivory Cost in the headquarters of the  African Development Bank)

      • Fagueye Wade

    Subject : Setting up dynamic dashboard and automatic reports in Excel for media survey and marketing domain. (this internship is done in Omedia Senegal, an enterprise specialized on media survey and marketing domain)