Abdelfateh Kerrouche received his PhD degree “Measurement and Instrumentation” from City University London in 2009, funded by funded by Sustainable Bridges EU Project. He was awarded the degrees of Master of philosophy in Electronics from Pierre & Marie Curie Paris VI University (France) and a Master of Electronics from Marne-La-Vallee University, France. From 2010 to 2015, he worked as a research associate at Heriot Watt University (2010-2015). He developed 3D ray-tracing models for Luminescent Solar Concentrators and he designed systems for water sampling and pathogen detection within Aquavalens EU Project.
Since 2016, He is a Lecturer and Sensors/Systems Consultant at Edinburgh Napier University. He has published more than 15 papers in reputed journals and international conferences.
His area of interest includes: Pathogen detection, Water sample preparation, Sensors, Aquaculture and Renewable Energy.