Dr Riadh Bensaoucha holds a doctorate degree with a highly respected degree from the University of Algiers. He is a professor of business administration at the University of Mohamed Khaydar – Biskra, Algeria since 2011.
He is the founder of the Arabian Memory Championship in the year of 2012, he is also the official representative of the World Memory Championship in the Arab world.
He works to raise the Arab world in the field of memory through his lectures and training courses, which was beneficial for thousands of people in 13 countries (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, Sultanate of Oman, UAE, Jordan).
He invented several New Memory Tools (the Digital Riadh system, a database for Arabic names, the Arabic Memory cards, Day Calculation Equation …) and he published his first book that reveals the secrets of the world memory champions (Memory New Code) in 2014 .
He helped many Arab countries to establish their national championships in memory such as Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, Sudan, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.
By establishing the Arab Memory Championship in 2012, he gave the Arab elite an opportunity to compete annually and raise the level of the Arab elite and compete in the World Memory Championships.
Where the first participation in the World Memory Championship in 2013 in Britain, followed by annual participations in the world championships, where the Arab elite got an advanced ranking exceeded Japan and Britain and many developed countries while the Arab world was completely absent from the participants in the World Memory Championships Since 1991.
He was indeed honored for his great efforts in the field of memory from many official agencies and training centers, where he received honorary PhD in the field of memory in Egypt and Jordan, in addition to more than 120 certificates of appreciation and shield from many training centers and from a number of ministries in the Arabic countries.
In 2017 Dr. Riadh Bensaoucha received the « Ibn Sina Medal » from the British Brain Trust Society, and was honored by receiving the « statue of Prince Mohsen Khan » from India’s International Foundation for Peace and Prosperity as a result of his contributions to the advancement of the Arab world in the field of memory.
In 2018 was considered as “The Brain of the Year” from the “Brain Trust Charity” In Great Britain, and he get a Certificate of Accreditation signed by the Global President Raymond Keene OBE.
In May 2019 he get the Third Level of international Arbiter accredited by the World Memory Sports Council WMSC and by the Guild Of Mind Sports Arbiters GOMSA.
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