Malik Olivier Boussejra’s personal page

Malik Olivier Boussejra


Affiliation Graduate School of Science and Technology — Doctoral candidate
Team Computational Forensics
Research interests LMML: Developing the Environment of the LMML Mark-up Language for Forensic Data Visualization
Hobbies Linguistics, Going out, Chinese and Japanese Calligraphy
Special skill Soran-bushi
E-mail @
Website Click here!

Self-presentation


Malik Olivier Boussejra is a French exchange student coming from École Centrale de Nantes, a highly selective French engineering school–a Grande École–which delivers a degree equivalent to Master’s degree abroad.
Committed to learn Japanese (as well as Chinese) and discover new horizons, I came to Japan to complete my higher education. There I enrolled in the PLGS program, which involves a secondary field of research—given my passion for foreign languages, I chose “Multilingual Education” as a subsequent research interest. Thus my curriculum holds three pillars, as shown on the image above.

My Research in a nutshell: “LMML: Development of the Environment of a Mark-up Language for Forensic Data Visualization”


When a crime (e.g. murder, theft) occurs, investigators must gather clues to find the culprit. To that aim, they use specific tools following guidelines inherited from a genuine scientific field called forensics. Our study is to provide computational tools to assist all kinds of efforts encompassing judicial investigations, medical examinations and trials. More specifically, we have been developing a middleware language, called LMML (Legal Medicine Mark-up Language), which allows structured data management for forensic activities. The main objective is twofold: digitalizing forensic data and visualizing them through the creation of a forensic ontology.

For more details, please refer to the CF project page.

Personal history


You can thereunder find my resume in English:
Resume (English)
and in Japanese:
Resume (Japanese)

My roles in our laboratory


They are really diverse and not limited to the items described below.

  • Website administrator
  • Translation/Interpretation: English–Chinese–French–Classics (e.g. Ancient Greek and Latin) ←→ Japanese
  • Proofread everyone’s English
  • Submit the zanryu-todoke everyone week (demoted)
  • Tempt others into SSB
  • Laughing stock: Make a fool of oneself on a daily basis, to the great delight and peal of laughters of one’s fellow labmates
  • ・・・

Miscellaneous links


Facebook ← If you need something, do not hesitate a second and contact me 😉
Keio Program for Leading Graduate Schools — Self-presentation
LinkedIn

Everyone’s comment


That guy is a language otaku.

Achievements


[1] Malik Olivier Boussejra, Noboru Adachi, Hideki Shojo, Ryohei Takahashi, and Issei Fujishiro. “LMML: Describing injuries for forensic data visualization.” In 2016 Nicograph International (NicoInt), page 153, July 2016. [ bib | DOI ]. Best poster award.
[2] Malik Olivier Boussejra, Noboru Adachi, Hideki Shojo, Ryohei Takahashi, and Issei Fujishiro. “LMML: Initial Developments of an Integrated Environment for Forensic Data Visualization.” pp. 31-35, in EuroVis 2016 – Short Papers, E. Bertini, N. Elmqvist, and T. Wischgoll, Eds. The Eurographics Association, 2016. [ bib ] [ link ]
[3] Malik Olivier Boussejra, Noboru Adachi, Hideki Shojo, Ryohei Takahashi, and Issei Fujishiro. “LMML: Developing the Environment of the LMML Mark-up Language for Forensic Data Visualization.” The Journal of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan, 45(1):127, 2016. [ bib ]

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