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Dr. Aissa Boudjella

Assistant Professor 

PhD in Electrical Engineering 

Department of Information Technology and Computer Science 

Professor Aissa Boudjella joined the American University of Afghanistan at the department of information technology and computer science since March 2017. He received the Master and Ph.D degrees in electrical engineering from City Tokyo University, Japan in 1992 and 1995, respectively. He has taught a variety of courses and organized lectures related to several subjects for undergraduate and graduate level courses: in Mathematics, Information Technology, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Microelectronics, Nonoelectronics, Renewable Energy etc.

As Professor at Bircham International University, a member of the academic Board of distance learning system, He is in charge of designing programs, evaluating and supervision student work. He worked at the department of information technology, Al Khwarizmi international college (Abu Dhabi), where He has taught and developed new courses in Information Technology: Java, User interface design, e-business, e-commerce, data communication & networking, Computer graphics,Application programming in the Net framework, Computer architecture and operating, IT project management, Discrete mathematics, computer skills, etc.

He has served as an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer and Communication Technology (Faculty of information and communication Technology Tunku Abdul Rahman University, Malaysia). Courses taught: Digital and analog circuit, signal processing, micro-controller, VLSI, digital, electric circuit, electronic, microelectronic, CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits At Ecole polytechnic, Montreal Canada, he was employed as a research associate, his research work focused on nanodevices.

Prior he was employed by Algerian public universities for many years: University of sciences & technology (1983-1988)/University of Mostagnem (1995-998) and University of Chlef (2004-2005).

His research work has appeared on the transaction of institute of electrical engineers of japan, Japanese journal of applied physics, International Conference on Mechatronics and Computational Mechanics, Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, International Micro-processes and Nanotechnology Conference/japan, International Forum on Mechanical and Material Engineering, Advanced Materials Research Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, Applied Mechanics and Materials Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland,American Institute of Physics

Dr. Boudjella is also a reviewer and a chief editor for many international conferences and journals. He is currently a committee member of WASET, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Malaysia nanotechnology association (MNA), International Multi-conference of Engineers and Computer Scientists (IMECS) ,International Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE).


Ph.D in Electrical Engineering-City Tokyo University, Tokyo, japan

Ph.D in Electrical Engineering-City Tokyo University, Tokyo, japan

Magister in Electrical Engineering, University of Sciences and Technology, Oran, Algeria

Bachelor  in Electrical Engineering, University of Sciences and Technology, Oran, Algeria

Research Interest:

Modeling in nanodevices,Big Data,Applied mathematics,Cryptography,Renewable Energy,e-learning,Digital image processing,Digital signal processing,Power electronics Computer simulations/ Mathematical Modeling of many natural systems


1. MWONGEREZA Jean d’Amour , Aissa Boudjella, Energy outlook in East Africa region and the carbon emissions for conventional energy projection. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2016, 4, 32-41. Published online on July 2016 in SciRes. http://www.scirp.org/journal/jpee

2. Aissa Boudjella,  Mukti Sharma DeeptiSharma Non-native English speaker readability metric: Reading speed and comprehension. Will be published Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics,  2017. http://www.scirp.org/journal/jamp

3. Aissa Boudjella, Modelling the temperature dependence of the threshold voltage of bis (1,4-dithiolbenzene) molecular   assembly system .Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 54, 06FG11 (2015)

Conference on Electronic Design; ICED 2008, 1-3 Dec., Penang, Malaysia.   

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