Djamal Djebouri is deputy director of the African Regional Center for Training in Space Sciences and Techniques in French Language (CRASTE-LF), affiliated with the United Nations, Rabat - Morocco and expert in space technology and capacity building.
He worked as a project director at theAlgerian Space Agency (ASAL), quality project manager at the Satellites Development Center (CDS / ASAL), permanent researcher at the National Center for Space Techniques (CNTS), Algeria and associate professor at the University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria.
Dr Djamal holds a bachelor's degree in electronics and industrial control, a master's degree in electronics and signal processing and a doctorate in electronics, signal and telecommunications.
Djamal has led and participated in many space projects in Algeria including the AlSat-2 satellite project and has written several scientific papers on his field of study.
Source: Space In Africa