Mohamed Lamine Dahmani is a Research Assistant at Lear. He earned a master’s in economics at the University of Tor Vergata in 2021 with a thesis on the estimation of damages caused by bid-rigging in scoring procurement auctions. During his master’s, he developed an interest in antitrust economics.
In 2017 he earned a Master of Engineering in Control System Engineering from Ecole Nationale Polytechnique. Throughout his internships as an engineer, he got exposed to several areas in the industry (Energy, Transportation, Automotive). He also worked as a research engineer at the Center for the Development of Advanced Technologies (CDTA) in Algeria, where he helped provide innovative and efficient technical solutions to several businesses in Algeria.
Mohamed is fluent in English, French, and Arabic.