Ayman Ben Nji
Assistant Researcher

He received a master's degree from the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, for his thesis "Arranging Compound Lexical Units: Computer Linguistic Processing" with a recommendation of course and publication by the discussion committee, and a master's degree from Mansoura University, for his thesis "The Words of Civilization in the Muwatta of Imam Malik: Lexicon and Semantic Study With excellent appreciation, he won the ALESCO/Sharjah Prize for Linguistic and Lexical Studies in its second session (2018) in the theme: Studies in the Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language. He published a number of research papers in refereed journals, including: "The Role of Language in Humanitarian Work" in Doha Magazine, and Linguistic planning and policy in Libya: a study of the laws and legislation issued in the Journal of Planning and Linguistic Policy.