Prof. Adlane SAYEDE


Adlane Sayede received his Ph.D. from Artois University (France) in 2003 for his contribution to the theoretical study of intercalation oxides. In 2005, he became "Maître de Conférences" at Artois University where he completed his Habilitation in 2012. In 2010, he has received a Fellowship Award, from the DAAD, as researcher in the group of Prof. Michael Springborg at the University of Saarland (Germany). In 2016, he was promoted to full professor. His main area of research is theoretical studies of electronic and structural properties of materials, in particular ferroelectric/multiferroic oxides and intermetallic compounds for energy storage. Thereby, his work is concentrate both on the development and on the application of new theoretical methods for treating new properties and/or systems as well as on applying existing methods. His work lies in an interdisciplinary area between chemistry and physics. Adlane SAYEDE is an associate editor of Open Physics, Degruyter Open Edition (formerly Central European Journal of Physics, Springer-Verlag Edition) since 2012. In 2016, he joined the Editorial board of de Frontiers in Chemistry, section: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry.

Experience

Assistant Professor of Physical Chemistry

Université d'Artois · Faculté des Sciences Jean Perrin

Feb. 2005 - Aug. 2016

HPC EUROPA Fellowship

CINECA Supercomputing Center - Bologna - Italy

Sep. 2006- Dec. 2006

DAAD Fellowship

Universitat des Saarlandes - Sarrebruck - Germany

Jan. 2010 - Sep. 2010

Full professor of Physical Chemistry

Université d'Artois · Faculté des Sciences Jean Perrin

Sep. 2016 - Present

Education

Université Djillali Liabes · Sidi Bel Abbès · Algeria

Diploma in physics: physics of condensed matter
Sep. 1994 - Jun. 1998

Université Djillali Liabes · Sidi Bel Abbès · Algeria

Magister in physics : Quantum mechanics of materials

Dissertation : First principle study of V2O5 on the bulk and (001) Surface

Sep. 1998 - Jun. 2000

Université d'Artois · France

PhD in Chemical Physics

Dissertation : Étude du comportement structural, électronique, catalytique et électrochimique des oxydes d'intercalation (V2O5, MoO3, WO3 et ReO3) par des méthodes du premier principe

Sep. 2000 - Dec. 2003

Skills & Codes

Programming Languages:
  • Fortran, C, Perl, Python, JavaScript, ...

Codes:
  • VASP, WIEN2K, CRYSTAL, GAUSSIAN, AMBER

My development:
  • (V)asp(O)n(L)ine
  • JPlot , a Perl/JavaScript library that produce interactive charts for WIEN2K code. It produces the same kind of plots (Density of States, Bandstructure, Optical properties and Electron density plots) as the native WIEN2K (w2web) interface but with no 3rd party program (i.e. gnuplot).

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Memberships, Committees and Reviewing

Member of the Scientific Council of the french HPC Network

Since 2006

Member of the Scientific Council of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region HPC Network.

Since 2006

Board member of the Faculty of Science Jean Perrin.

Université d'Artois · Faculté des Sciences Jean Perrin.

2006-2014

Member of scientific committee of the North African Conference on Computational Physics and Chemistry 2008

HUMBOLDTKOLLEG - Oran, Algeria.

23-25 November 2008.

Member of scientific committee of the North African Conference on Computational Physics and Chemistry 2010

HUMBOLDTKOLLEG - Tlemcen, Algeria.

12-14 December 2010

Associate Editor, Open Physics.

DE GRUYTER.

Since 2012

Associate Editor, Frontiers in Chemistry.

Frontiers journals.

Since 2016

Collaborations

  • Prof. Dr. Michael Springborg. Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. University of Saarland, Germany.
  • Prof. Dr. Holger Kohlmann. Inorganic Solid State Chemistry. University of Leipzig, Germany.
  • Prof. Majda Sekkal-Rahal. Laboratoire de Microscopie, Microanalyse de la matière et Spectroscopie Moléculaire. Université Djillali Liabes, Sidi Bel Abbès. Algérie.
  • Prof. Abdelkader Tadjer. Laboratoire de Modélisation et Simulation en Sciences des Matériaux. Université Djillali Liabes, Sidi Bel Abbès. Algérie.
  • Dr. Nathalie Kunkel. Faculty of Chemistry. Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany.