Ramzi graduated from the University of Nantes with a degree in Computer Science, and obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Savoie.
He was working on Object-Oriented Languages, Parallelism and concurrency; and is also interested in compilers.
He joined INRIA in October 1995 and the Amaya team at W3C in October 1996.
After developing the Windows version of Amaya, Ramzi Guetari is now Working on the globalization of this Web client.
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