Scopus award Algeria
This award is an initiative of Elsevier Publishing that aims to recognize the talent and dedication of researchers worldwide. The winners are announced by Elsevier and the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education and Research
The winners of the 2013 Algeria Scopus Awards and the institutional winners of the SciVal Awards were announced on 14th November 2013 and were as follows:
Dr. Idir Bitan, Institut Pasteur d'Algérie – Pasteur Institute of Algeria, Medicine
Prof. Ahmed Kettab, Ecole nationale supérieure polytechnique, Environnemental Science
Prof. El Madjid Berkouk, Ecole nationale supérieure polytechnique, Engineering
Prof. Mouloud Tribeche, USTHB - Université des sciences et de la technologie Houari-Boumediene, Physics and Astronmy
Prof. Mrs. Habiba Drias, USTHB - Université des sciences et de la technologie Houari-Boumediene, Computer Science
Prof. Djamel Rached, University El Djilali Liabès of Sidi Bel Abbès, Material Science
Dr. Abdelghani Ouahab, University El Djilali Liabès of Sidi Bel Abbès, Mathematics
Prof. Mohamed Belbachir, University Es-Senia of Oran, Chemistry
Prof. Abdeslam-Hassen Meniai, University of Constantine, Chemical Engineering
Prof. Mrs. Fadila Benayache, University of Constantine, Agricultural and Biological Science
Prof. Nourredine Benali-Cherif, University Abbès Laghrour of Khenchela, Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
Prof. Rabah Khenata, University of Mascara, Material Science
"It has been a pleasure to bring to Algeria the second Scopus and SciVal Awards to honor our nation’s most distinguished researchers and institutions. Elsevier has made it possible for Algeria to share its accomplishments and advancements with the global science community, while enhancing recognition of our researchers’ most important scholarly work."
Professor Hafid Aourag, Director General of Scientific Research of the Ministry of Higher Education, Algeria.
The winners of the 2012 Algeria Scopus Awards and the institutional winners of the SciVal Awards were announced on May 16 2012 and were as follows:
Advanced Career Research Winners
- Computer Science - Nadjib Badache - University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene
- Environmental, Energy, Earth & Planetary Science - Maïouf Belhamel, Center of Renewable Energies Development
- Biochemistry, Genetics & Molecular biology - Sofiane Bouacida, Oum El-Bouaghi University
- Physics and astronomy - Abdelmadjid Bouhemadou - University of Setif
- Material Sciences - B. Bachir Bouiadjra - University of Sidi Bel Abbes
- Chemistry - Said Djadoun - University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene
- Mathematics - Smaïl Djebali - Algiers University
- Chemical Engineering - Oualid Hamdaoui - University Badji Mokhtar
- Medicine, Immunobiology, Pharmacy & Neurology - Zoubir Harrat, Institut Pasteur
- Agricultural and Biological Sciences - Noureddine Soltani - University Badji Mokhtar
- Engineering - Abdelouahed Tounsi - University of Sidi Bel Abbés
At the wards ceremony, Isabelle Van Tol, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Dutch Embassy in Algeria said, "The Netherlands are known for fine scientists, Nobel prizes, high caliber research institutions and top notch companies such as Elsevier. Elsevier has created an opportunity to work together with Algeria and intensify our global relations in the scientific domains."
"The Scopus Awards are a celebration of the knowledge and scientific contributions of Algeria’s researchers and institutions," said Olivier Dumon, Managing Director of Academic and Government Research Markets at Elsevier. "Elsevier is proud to be partners with the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education and Research in bringing recognition to the scientific performance and discoveries of an extraordinary nation."
Winners of the Scopus awards were selected based on quantity of publications, citations, and H-index. Elsevier provided quantitative analysis using data from SciVerse Scopus, the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.