Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering Department, International University of Rabat
Dr. Mohamed Azzouz research work focuses on the electronic and magnetic properties of advanced materials, such as organic/inorganic perovskites, copper-oxide superconductors, quantum spin systems, etc. ab initio simulations and theoretical approaches are being used in this effort. In my career, I published innovative theories in the area of quantum magnetism, high-temperature superconductors, and spatio-temporal dynamics in forestry. My teaching expertise covers most physics courses, statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, mechanics of machinery, materials science, and some math courses. Most of my career in Canada was spent at Laurentian University, where I have been full professor since 2005. I decided to come back to the country by joining UIR as an associate professor in the Aerospace Engineering school.