Prof M. Noureddine Yassaa is a graduate of Houari Boumediene University of Science and Technology and holds a Doctorate of State in Chemistry.
M. Yassaa worked as a researcher at the German Max Planck Institute alongside Nobel laureate Paul Crutzen. Prior to his appointment to this new position, he served as the director of the Center for Renewable Energy Development (CDER).
He is also Vice-Chair of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2007), a member of the governance commission of the joint research program between the European Union (EU) and the African Union (AU) on renewable energies, and a member of various national and international bodies. He is involved in coordinating several programs and projects in the field of renewable energies and climate change at the national and international levels.
M. Yassaa has authored over 70 international scientific publications and serves on the editorial boards of national and international journals. He has conducted numerous studies on renewable energies in Algeria and the Sahel region.
M. Yassaa has dedicated himself to research and has received several awards in his area of expertise. He has made significant contributions to international journals, conferences, and national and international forums.