Rania Toukebri, space engineer & UNOOSA Space for Women mentor

October 31, 2021 | by: David Kodjani

Rania Toukebri is a mentor at UNOOSA Space for Women and engineer space working on the design, verification and integration of spacecraft.

She has participated in several projects of theEuropean Space Agency for Earth observation, planetary defense and space exploration. She researches quantum technology and data security. She was one of the top 10 classes under 30 in the African space industry in 2019 and the top 3 for the TOYP (Ten Exceptional Young People) nominated by JCI Tunisia in 2021.

Rania is also a manager of space programs and space strategy consultant called for the implementation and support of African space programs. She is the Regional Coordinator for Africa on the Space Generation Advisory Council in Support of the UN for Space Applications, and Chief Executive Officer of Tod'aérs for Improving International Space Research.

In terms of training Ms. Toukebri did her university studies at Stanford University where she obtained her Masters in Computer Science in 2017. She learned among others:

  • Stream ciphers, block ciphers, hash functions
  • Authentication codes messages, public key cryptography, digital signatures - Factoring and discrete log algorithms
  • Secondary attacks
  • Generation of random numbers; entropy failures
  • Networks and public key cryptanalysis; The Boilermaker's Method
  • Fully Homomorphic Encryption
  • Polynomial Networks and ErrorCodes
  • Privacy Protection Technologies

CorrectingNote that the African Space Education Program for Capacity Building in Africa was launched by Rania Toukebri. This proves once again that it occupies an important place in the space ecosystem of Africa.

Source: Space In Africa, LinkedIn

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