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(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Abderrahmane Kherbeche

Beneficiary country: 
Morocco
Fellow: 
Kherbeche Abderrahmane Morocco Né(e) le 19 October 1985 dans Casablanca, Morocco Abdou85_kh@yahoo.fr
Country of study: 
France
Last degree obtained: 

Master in Water Engineering, University Abdelmalek Essaadi

Scholarly work and publications: 
Articles in international Scientific journals :

A. Kherbeche, J. Milnes, M. Jimenez, N. Dietrich, G. Hébrard, and B. Lekhlif. (2017), Bubble rising in a 2D packed-Cell : Mass transfer quantification, Chemical Engineering Science , article in progress.

A. Kherbeche, S. NgalaNsakou, B. Lekhlif, G. Hébrard and N. Dietrich (2016) Study of the initial glycerol concentration effects upon Bacterial cells adaptation and biodegradation kinetics on a Submerged Aerated Fixed Bed Reactor using Biocell® packing, Water science and technology, article in progress.

B. Lekhlif, A. Kherbeche, G. Hébrard, N. Dietrich, and J. Echaabi. (2015) Influence of initial glycerolconcentration upon bacterial cells adaptability and biodegradation kinetics on a submerged aerated fixed bed reactor using Biocell  R ( PE05 ) packing. African Journal of. Environmental. Science and Technology, 9(2) :71–79.

A. Kherbeche, J. Milnes, M. Jimenez, N. Dietrich, G. Hébrard, and B. Lekhlif. (2013) Multi-scale analysis of the influence of physicochemical parameters on the hydrodynamic and gas liquid mass transfer in gas/liquid/solid reactors. Chemical Engineering  Science. 100 :515–528.

 

Supervision of Bachelor and Master degree students :

Kabil ASSIF, a Master’s degree student on Chemistry and Valorization, Treatment of municipal waste a suburb biofiltration and reuse in agriculture (2014), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco.

Omar CHKAF & Habib BOUIGI, Bachelor’s students on applied Chemistry, Performance comparison of two coagulants for treatment by coagulation-sedimentation of municipal wastewater from a suburb (not sanitized) of Casablanca city, Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco.

Stenelvie Christelvie NGALA NSAKOU, Master’s degree student on Environmental Chemistry, Influence of sulphates on the treatment performance of an aerobic and anaerobic biofilters, Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco.

James MILNES, Master’s degree student on Chemical Engineering, Hydrodynamics and mass transfer in aerated biofilters, Loughborough University, Loughborough, England.

 

Communications in international congress:

GLS’11, (oral presentation), Hydrodynamics and mass transfer visualization in 2D packed cell, (http://www.wcce9.org/program/), Seoul, South Korea.

ECGP’11, (oral presentation), Multi-scale study of Hydrodynamics and mass transfer in biofilters, (http://www.amcemorocco.ma/ECGP11/FR/) , Lille, France.

Seminary at INSA - Toulouse, (oral presentation), Hydrodynamique et transfert de  matière multi-échelle dans les biofiltres, (www.lisbp.fr), Toulouse, France.

Pollutec, (Poster), Experimental study of a sequential aerated biofilter, (www.pollutec.ma), Casablanca, Maroc.

MESEAP’11, (Poster), Experimental study of a sequential aerated biofilter, (http://www.semide.net/thematicdirs/events/2013/09/), Istanbul, Turkey.

WEEC7, (Poster), Domestic wastewater treatment by a multi-stage biofilter alimented with renewable energy, (http://www.weec2013.org) , Marrakech, Morocco.

GLSF’6, (Poster), Hydrodynamics and gas/liquid mass transfer in biofilters, (http://inpact.inptoulouse. fr/GLS6/), Marrakech, Morocco.