Lhoussaine Moughli is a professor at the Hassan II Agronomic and Veterinary Institute (IAV Hassan II) in Rabat, Morocco. He is also head of the “soil, water and plant analysis” laboratory at the same Institute. He holds a degree in Agricultural Engineering from the National Institute of Paris, France, a PhD in Agricultural Sciences from Colorado State University, USA and a Master’s degree in e-Learning from the University of Strasbourg, France.
His current research projects focus on soil chemistry, soil fertility and fertilization of different crops in Morocco and Sub-Saharan Africa. He has contributed to the training of managers in these fields in Morocco and in various African countries.
MOUGHLI’s areas of expertise include e-Learning. This allowed him to use new teaching methods in courses at IAV Hassan II, using hybrid-learning modes. He has contributed to the training of teacher-researchers in this field in Morocco and in various African countries and has overseen the design and development of a dozen distance Masters currently launched by various universities in these countries.
Moughli has received several awards and grants from various organizations, including the University-Business Partnership Award, jointly awarded by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Industry and Trade in 2013. He is also the holder of the Arab Fertilizer Association Award for the best-applied research in agriculture in 2014 in Arab countries.
He is a member of the scientific committee of the National Institute of Agronomic Research of Morocco. Since 2014, he is a member of the Higher Council for Education, Training and Scientific Research.