Scientist with over 27 years in material R&D and management and coordinator of projects on engineering materials, in particular their properties and performance in various service environments. The projects covered oil & gas, copper base alloys, stainless steels, mining industry, aerospace and nuclear materials, etc.
Active member of several international professional societies as chairman and/or as member of Board of Directors. Chaired a number of national and international conferences. Reviewed numerous papers for scientific journals, and acted as editor books, PhD thesis examiner and reviewer of graduate programs at the universities and Adjunct professorship at the University of Alberta.
Dr. Elboujdaini has provided consulting services in engineering, failure analysis of metallurgical components and in providing corrosion consulting and material selection. During the last years, he prepared and presented many training courses for personnel involved in the pipeline activities: SCC, hydrogen-induced cracking (HIC), stress-oriented hydrogen-induced cracking (SOHIC), step-wise cracking (SWC) and hydrogen embrittlement, on pipelines and other structures. This includes preparation and presentation of courses during conferences (e.g.; Canada, Libya, China, India, Algeria, Bahrain, USA, Egypt, Malaysia, Sultanate Oman and for several universities, etc.)