Renewable Energy

Professor Khalil is a professor in the Mechanical Power Engineering Department, at Cairo University (FECU), Egypt. He received his Ph.D degree in Mechanical Engineering, from the University of Wisconsin, Madison-Wisconsin in 1978, M.Sc. and B.Sc. Degrees in Mechanical Power Engineering from Cairo University in 1972. He also served as Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Research at FECU(2003-2009) and visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison(1980-1982), Nuclear Research Center at Karlsruhe in Germany(1983-1986), American University in Cairo- Egypt in 1989, head of Mechanical Engineering Department U.A.E University, U.A.E(1990-1995). Prof. Khalil is a professor of heat transfer, Power Plant, refrigeration and Air conditioning. Other areas of teaching and research interests include: Cryogenics, Applied Superconductivity, New Refrigerant Blends, and Renewable Energy. He has directed and participated in several research projects and has numerous publications in the subject of heat transfer. Prof. Khalil is an expert and consultant in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. He was also the Chair of the Executive Committee of the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency(RCREEE) and is currently a board member of the New and Renewable Energy Authority in Egypt(NREA). He is also the founder and director of a Joint Masters Degree Program in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency(REMENA) between Cairo University and the University of Kassel in Germany(2008-present) and coordinator of the ERECI/RDI project, "Egypt Renewable Energy Cluster Initiative". Prof. Khalil is a member of several International professional associations such as ASME and ASHRAE(also served as an ASHRAE distinguished lecturer) and a founding member of the DESERTEC University Network(DUN).

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