Amine Boudghene Stambouli

Professor Amine Boudghene Stambouli is a graduate of the University of Sciences and Technology of Oran (Algeria) in 1983. He received his master's degree in modern electronics (1985) and his PhD in optoelectronics (1989) at the University of Nottingham in England. He joined the University of Sciences and Technology of Oran in 1989. His studies started in the field of High Field Electroluminescence and optoelectronics and lately changed to environmental friendly production of energy. His research interests include at present: Photovoltaics, Fuel cells, hybrid systems, and environment impacts. He is a full Professor of optoelectronics and material science for environment and energy applications at the Department of Electronics. Prof. Amine Boudghene Stambouli is United Nations consultant (Index 382958), member of many scientific and industrial organizations and director of several doctoral courses. He served as the head of the electronics department, vice rector of the university for almost two years and later the president of the scientific council of the electrical and electronics engineering faculty. Prof. Amine Boudghene Stambouli has been chairing five international conferences in the field of electrical engineering and was chairman at numerous sessions of international conferences. His studies are documented by 1 book, 3 polycopies and several papers mainly published on International Journals and on Proceedings of International and National Conferences. He is a reviewer and an Editorial Board Membership of several International Journals. He is actively collaborating with research group world wide (Algeria, Italy, Japan, France, USA, Turkey, England, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Syria). He was Co-responsible, with Pr. Enrico travera, of the research team « Photovoltaics and fuel cells » between the university of Roma Tor Vergata and the university of Sciences and Technology of Oran. He was awarded the prise of the best publication of the year 2009, delivered by CDER and the ministry of higher education and scientific research of Algeria. He is Co-responsible (Algerian side) of the Sahara Solar Breeder (SSB) project along with Pr. Koinuma (Japan side). Founder of the Sahara Solar Breeder Foundation. Outside work he has a general interest in DIY and cinemas, enjoys travelling and meeting people. He has recently taken up walking and jogging.