Mr Badr Moutik

Mr Badr Moutik

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)



Badr Moutikis a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Plymouth's Materials and Structures Research Group. His research focuses on the life cycle assessment of luxury composite yacht manufacturing as part of an industrial Ph.D. studentship between Princess Yachts and the University of Plymouth. 
Prior to his academic pursuits, Badr held various roles in the maritime, shipping, ports, and logistics sectors, including Marine Engineering Officer, Technical Engineer, Maintenance Manager, and EHSQ Project Manager.
Badr also serves as a Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Lecturer in Fleetwood nautical campus and as laboratory demonstrator at the University of Plymouth.
In 2021, Badr received the Maritime UK's Maritime Masters programme award for his research on "Carbon Negative Shipping for 2030" Develop a concept for a containership energy system that is carbon negative: Combination of Carbon Capture Technology and e-methanol. 


MSc, Marine and Offshore engineering, Liverpool John Moores University, 2021
MBA, Project Management, Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2019
Eng, Marine engineering, Higher Institute of Maritime Studies, Casablanca, 2016

Professional membership

Associate member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architect
Individual member of American Center of Life Cycle Assessment
Member of the forum for sustainability through Life Cycle Innovation