Madjene Farid

Maîtres de Recherche Classe "A"

EQUIPE: Épuration et Valorisation des Eaux de Rejet (EVER)


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Dr. MADJENE Farid, researcher in Solar Equipment Development Unit (UDES), Development Centre of Renewable EnergyUDES/Epst CDER. He is graduated in Environmental Engineering in 2008. He has Magister Degree in 2012 and Doctorate in science in 2019 in Environmental Engineering from HouariBoumedienne University, Algeria. Had defended the Algerian “Habilitation à Diriger la Recherche” (HDR) in Process engineering in February 2021. It was a real challenge and a very interesting experience for him to photocatalysis, Adsorption and biological process. Also he has working on design and realization of mini-station of wastewater treatment

Publication récentes

Madjene Farid, Assassi M, Benhabiles Ouassila, Yeddou-Mezenner N, 

Optimisation and kinetic modelling of atenolol degradation by ZnO under solar irradiation

International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry (2021).

Lebik Hafida, Ait Amar H, Elhadi R, Madjene Farid, Tassalit Djillali , 

“Anodic oxidation of methylene blue at Ti/Pt electrode”

Algerian J. Env. Sc. Technology, 5(3), 1041-1045

Aoudjit Lamine, Martins P. M., Madjene Farid, Petrovykh D.Y. , Lanceros-Mendez S, 

Photocatalytic reusable membranes for the effective degradation of tartrazine with a solar photoreactor

Journal of Hazardous Materials 344 (2018) 408–416.

Aoudjit Lamine, Sebti Aicha, Madjene Farid, Lebik Hafida, Boutra Belgassim, Igoud Sadek, 

Numerical modeling of solar reactor for water treatment: hydrodynamic, kinetic and solar irradiation aspects

International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Studies (IJSRMS), ISSN: 23493371, Volume 1 Issue 12, 422-443

Aoudjit Lamine, Sebti Aicha, Madjene Farid, Lebik Hafida, Boutra Belgassim, Igoud Sadek, 

Photocatalytic degradation of metronidazole using TiO2 catalystsunder solar irradiation

International Journal of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, (IJCEE) ISSN: 2078-0737, Volume 6, No. 3, pp.150-152