I start with each student with the level that I think will suit their ability or the specific topics that is needed to enhance their understanding and performance. It is absolutely essential to respond to the required needs of each individual student.
I am a doctor of engineering and I taught math and physics for more than 20 years. I have a unique style that is both visual and practical and each student is taught at the pace that suits their ability.
Lessons must be cancelled 24 hours
1997-2002 Newcastle University
PhD in Electrical Engineering Department
My research was about use of Finite Element software in the design of electrical Machines. I have used Matlab, Simulink and finite element in designing, building and running a novel electrical machine called TFSRM. I have compared the machine with conventional configurations and the results were very encouraging. I have also published many papers on the subject.
1988-1991 University of Wales-Cardiff
MSc finite element and electromagnetic in design of machines.
I have extensively researched the flux distribution in induction motors using finite element. The aim was to reduce both core losses and eddy current losses and as a consequence enhance the performance of induction. My research was the second best in the department.
University of Wales-Cardiff
BSc(hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Some of the subjects were auto-control, finite element and CAD engineering, Interfacing. My final year project was about the use of FE and CAD in electrical devices.
1986-1988 Chester College of Further Education
A-levels: Maths , Further Maths , Physics
GCSE’s 14 GCSEs including French, English and Arabic
2015-until now London college UCK/ Derby University
2008-15 Associate Professor in Sirte University in Libya
2012-2015 General Director of the Research and Consultation Centre in
2012-2015 Editor-in-chief of the Scientific Journal of Sirte University
2014-2015 Sabbatical Leave in Northumbria University in Britain
2014-till now Member of the editorial committee of the scientific journal in
1999-2008 Visiting lecturer in Newcastle and Sunderland university
1997-2002 As part of my PhD research, I was teaching under graduate and MSc Students in the department of electrical engineering. The subjects included machine design and practical experiment in electrical and electronics as well as CAD and design packages. I have also attended scientific conferences, which gave me the opportunity to mix with other researchers and exchange views and information. From my research I have learnt extremely important skills such as time and task management, handling pressure and deadlines.
1996-1997 I have worked as a teaching assistant in Macgill University in Montreal in Canada in the field of artificial intelligence and expert systems using AI languages such as Lisp and C++
1992-1995 Lecturer in Altahadi University in Libya in the department of electrical and electronic engineering. My work also included supervising students, heading the disciplinary committee of the university and translation of scientific books and Journals.
Main Publications 1-Toroidally-wound SRM using FE. PGC conference, Newcastle University. 1999.
2-Configurations of TFSRM Using FE, Matlab and Simulink. PGC conference. Newcastle University. 2000.
3- Comparison of conventional and TFSRM PGC conference, Newcastle University. 2001.
4-TFSRM with simple hoop using CAD and FE. IEE EMD. Bath, UK, pp. 522-527, April 2002
5- Comparison between conventional and transverse flux SRM, ICEM, 2010, Roma Italy.
6- Use of finite element in the design of transverse flux SRM, ESARS 2012, IEEE, Bologna, Italy.
7- Difficulties and complexities encountered in the design of Transverse Flux SRM, ESARS. 2012 IEEE. Bologna, Italy
8-Controlling Nonlinear Behaviour in Current Mode Controlled Boost Converter Based on the Monodromy Matrix. Hindawi Publishing Corporation journal of 2013.
9- The transition from smooth to non-smooth period-doubling bifurcation in boost converter. 2014, Istanbul, Turkey.
10-IEEE International Conference on Automation and Computing University of Huddersfield, UK7-8 September 2017
11- Practical Course in Teaching Electric Machines with Renewable Energy Sources. UPEC 2018. UK
12- Teaching Switched Mode Power Supplies – Design, Simulation and Practical Implementation for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students. UPEC 2018. Uk
13- Energy Efficient Snubber Networks. UPEC 2019. Romania
14- Design and Simulation of Passive and active filters A proposed Implementation for East Coast Mainline Railway. UPEC 2019. Romania
15- SIMULATION OF HVAC TRANSMISSION LINE. UPEC 2019. Romania.
Languages English (Fluent), Arabic (Fluent), French (Basics)
Project and task management, extensive teamwork experience, time management and working under pressure. I have read a huge amount of papers and literature in electrical and electronic engineering field.
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