ACL1. Photocatalytic oxidation of trimethylamine and isovaleraldehyde in an annular reactor: Influence of the mass transfer and the relative humidity Assadi A.A., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 236 (2012) 61-69
ACL2. A continuous air reactor for photocatalytic degradation of isovaleraldehyde: effect of different operating parameters and chemical degradation pathway Assadi A.A., Palau J., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D.Chemical Engineering Research and Design (2013) 1307-1316
ACL3. Modeling of a continuous photocatalytic reactor for isovaleraldehyde oxidation: Effect of different operating parameters and chemical degradation pathwayAssadi A.A., Palau J., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D.Chemical Engineering Research and Design 91 (2013), 1307-1316
ACL4. Abatement of 3-methylbutanal and trimethylamine with combined plasma and photocatalysis in a continuous planar reactor Assadi A. A., Palau J., Bouzaza A., Penya-Roja J., Martinez-Soria V., Wolbert D.Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 282 (2014) 1–8.
ACL5. Isovaleraldehyde elimination by UV/TiO2 photocatalysis: comparative study of the process at different reactors configurations and scales.Assadi A. A., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D., Petit P. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21 (2014) 11178-11188.
ACL6. Modeling and simulation of VOCs removal by nonthermal plasma discharge with photocatalysis in a continuous reactor: Synergetic effect and mass transfer. Assadi A. A., Bouzaza A., Merabet S., Wolbert D.,Chemical Engineering Journal 258 (2014) 119–127.
ACL7. Use of nonthermal plasma, photocatalysis and plasma/photocatalysis coupling in continuous annular plug-flow reactor for isovaleraldehyde elimination - Comparative study and synergetic effect. Assadi A.A., Bouzaza A., Vallet C., Wolbert D.
Chemical Engineering Journal 254 (2014) 124–132.
ACL8. Removal of gas-phase ammonia and hydrogen sulfide using photocatalysis, non-thermal plasma, and combined plasma and photocatalysis at pilot scale. M.Guillerm, A.A. Assadi, A. Bouzaza, D. Wolbert Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21 (2014) 13127-13137.
ACL9. Removal of trimethylamine and isovaleric acid from gas streams in a continuous flow surface discharge plasma reactor
A. A. Assadi, A. Bouzaza, M. Lemasle, D. WolbertChemical Engineering Research and Design (2015) 93, 640–651.
ACL10. Isovaleraldehyde degradation using UV photocatalytic and dielectric barrier discharge reactors, and their combinations
J. Palau, A.A. Assadi, Penya-Roja J.M., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D., Martínez-Soria V. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry (2015) 299, 110–117.
ACL11. Study of synergetic effect by surface discharge plasma/TiO2 combination for indoor air treatment: Sequential and continuous configurations at pilot scale Assadi A. A., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry (2015) 310, 148-154
ACL12. Acceleration of Trimethylamine Removal Process Under Synergistic Effect of Photocatalytic Oxidation and Surface Discharge Plasma Reactor Assadi A. A., Bouzaza A., Lemasle M., Wolbert D. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (2015) 93, 1239-1246.
ACL13. Treatment of gaseous effluents by using surface discharge plasma in continuous reactors: Process modeling and simulation Assadi A.A., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (2015) 93, 206–212.
ACL14. Comparative study between laboratory and large pilot scales for VOC's removal from gas streams in continuous flow surface discharge plasma Assadi A.A., Bouzaza A., Wolbert D. Chemical Engineering Research & Design (2016) 106, 308-314
ACL15. Effective heterogeneous electro-Fenton process for the degradation of a malodorous compound, indole, using iron loaded alginate beads as a reusable catalyst Ben Hammouda S., Fourcade F., Assadi A.A., Soutrel I., Adhoum N., Amrane A., Monser L.Applied Catalysis B-Environmental (2016) 182, 47-58
and many more
2 national scientific projects (ANR Tremplin Carnot, Naval Group (formerly DCNS))
➔ 7 international scientific projects (PRC_France-China: NSFC-CNRS (CNRS No. 270437), PHC with Algeria, South Korea, Cédoc, Bourse d'Excellence Eiffel, SCAC with Ivory Coast, Profas B +)
➔ More than 10 industrial collaborations
➔ 5 co-supervision of thesis and 5 in progress
➔ 1 supervised postdoc and 1 in progress
➔ 8 supervised Masters
→1st International Symposium of Young Researchers in Biology, May 12-14, 2016, Monastir, Tunisia
→ International Congress on Energetic and Enviromental Systems (IEES), November 17-19, 2017, Djerba, Tunisia;
→ 1st Euro-Mediterranean Conference for Environmental Integration, November 22-25, 2017, Sousse, Tunisia.
→4th Sino-French Workshop on Application of Iron Chemistry for Environmental Remediation Technologies- 30 / 10-03 / 11 / 2017_Wuhan, China.
→ 16th Congress of the French Society of Process Engineering (11-13 July 2017 in Nancy)
→AMARE 2019: International Conference on Applications of Multi-scale Approaches in Environmental Chemistry 23-25 April 2019 / Rennes France
I am also a member of editorial committees:
→Associate Editor of the journal: Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration -Springer: (2017- present) I am responsible for part no. 10: "Indoor Environment and Environmental Health Sciences" http://www.springer.com/ earth + science + and + geography / geology engineering + / newspaper / 41207? detailsPage = editorialBoard
→Associate Editor of the “ Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (ALJEST)” (since 2015)
→Expertise activities in the French Society of Process Engineering (SFGP): Reviewer since 2016
→ Regular participation in reviews of articles in several journals (10 to 12 papers / year)
→ Responsible for the compilation of scientific publications for the team (CIP - UMR CNRS 6226 ISCR).
→ Elected member of the scientific council of the ENSCR (since October 25, 2018)
→Responsible for second year internship defenses at the ENSCR: planning and organization of the defenses, reading the report and evaluating the oral presentation. I take care of twenty students / year
→ Coordinator of the project "mathematics for the engineering cycle" at the ENSCR. The goal is to target the gaps and weaknesses of 1st year students.