Abdallah SALHI, geologist.
An exceptionally mining and water geology experienced professional for more than 20 years,with a wide knowledge of surveying techniques in applied geology.
Considerable experience of managing and leading large teams of geologists and field workers, and planning and organizing research. This also involves the ability to deal promptly and calmly with problems or emergencies that arise in the field.
Associate university researcher in the field of mining, metallurgy, environment
and part-time university lecturer.
Supervising students of all nationalities in a master’s degree in mining and metallurgy for more than 10 years, at the University of Science and Technology of Oran, Algeria
Work with the teams coordinating the presentation of the research findings.
Liaise with mining and exploration companies and government ministries at the highest level, which requires tact, diplomacy and the ability to present a case with clarity and accuracy.
– 2012 to date state engineer of the mining police, and regional office chief
of the national agency of mining activities (NAMA), Oran and Bechar, Algeria.
– 2006-2012 : Director and engineer at TSO (French company in charge of the construction of the Algiers metro and the railway in Algeria), Algiers, Bechar, Algeria.
– 2003-2006 : state engineer specialized in hydrogeology at the national agency of hydraulic resources (NAHR), Oran, Algeria.
– 2002-2003 : junior engineer at the high commission for the development of the steppes (HCDS), Djelfa, Algeria.
Field of experience is summarized in applied geology, hydrogeology, mines, environment, natural risks, GIS and remote sensing and geosciences.