Faculty of Technology, Laboratory of Semiconductors and Functional Materials
University of Laghouat, Algeria
Dr. Ali Cheknane is working as full time professor, Faculty of Technology, Laboratory of Semiconductors and Functional Materials, University of Laghouat, Algeria. 20 years teaching graduate and post-graduate teaching experience at the university as temporary, associated and permanent position. He has published many papers in various journals and conference proceedings on renewable energy subjects. He served as an editorial board for several journals and committee member for international conferences. He has supervised 10 PhD students (07 thesis have been defended). He has supervised 14 post-graduation memories (Magister). He has supervised more than 40 graduation memories (Engineer and Technician) in electrical engineering and Computing. He had an incentive award from ‘’ Centre de Développement des Énergies Renouvelables- CDER”. He was awarded for the best publication in physics in Algeria from the ANDRU agency in 2008. He is the Head of the research team: “Photovoltaic Systems & Devices”. He is reviewer in many Journals as: Solar Energy, Conversion Energy and Management Journal, Electronics Journal, International Journal of Engineering Innovations and Research, Measurement, International Journal of Electronics, Energy and Buildings and Journal of Applied Electrochemistry. He was the President of the Scientific Committee at the Electrical Engineering Department- Amar Telidji University of Laghouat for two years. He was the Vice Dean of Research and Post-graduation at the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering. University of Laghouat for two years. He was the Responsible of Quality Assurance at Amar Telidji University of Laghouat. He is the President of an Association of Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development. Laghouat. ALGERIA.
An innovative method based on satellite image analysis to check fault in a PV system lead-acid battery, Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, Simulation and modelling of charge transport in dye-sensitized solar cells based on carbon nano-tube electrodes+