Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION DETAILS:

January 2002 to August 2005

Ph.D. Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt.

Thesis entitled: "Accurate Fault Location in Underground Cables using Advanced Signal Processing Techniques".

October 1996 - October 2001

M.Sc. Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt.

Thesis entitled: "A Digital Communication Based Technique for Distribution High Fault Impedance Detection".

October 1992- July 1996

B.Sc. Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt. (First on Class with Distinction and honor degree).

 ACADEMIC CAREER HISTORY:

·    Professor, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, December 2016- Now.

·  Associate Professor, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, June 2011- to December 2016.

·    Assistant Professor, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, September 2005- to June 2011.

·     Teaching Assistant, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, November 2001 - to August 2005.

·      Demonstrator, Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, November 1996 to November 2001.

 

PART-TIME EXPERIENCE:

·   From July 2013 till Nov. 2014, Dr. Doaa Khalil contributes as an expert for the technical office of the Project Management Unit (PMU), Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt.

·     From January 2010 till June 2013, Dr. Doaa Khalil contributes as an expert in the Program of Continuous Improvement and Qualifying for Accreditation in Higher Education in Egypt.

·    From January 2009, Dr. Doaa Khalil contributes as a part time consultant in the Program of Continuous Improvement and Qualification for Accreditation in Higher Education in Egypt.

·    From October 2005 till Dec. 2008, a member, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) committee for the funded projects (HEEPF) through the World Bank for Reconstruction and Development's Loan for Egyptian Higher Education Enhancement.

 

AWARDS and DISTINCTIONS:

·   Prize of Distinction in Post Graduate Studies from the Center for Advancement of Post-Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering Sciences, Faculty of Engineering - Cairo University (CAPACU), Egypt 2007.

·   Excellence Award, Cairo University, Egypt, 1992-96, the first on the class for those four undergraduate years with grade Excellent.

 

MAIN RESEARCH or AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

·      Digital protection of power system,

·      EMTP/ATP- simulation,

·      Signal processing,

·      Energy generation from new and renewable sources,

·      Power quality and related areas,

·      Harmonic problems in power systems.

·      Distributed Generation.

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES MEMBERSHIPS:

·    Senior Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Member IEEE Power Engineering Society (Membership # 80204572, Egypt Section).

·     A Member of the Egyptian Syndicate of Engineers.

·      A peer reviewer for journals in areas of interest:

×  IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, July 2009-till now,

×  IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, July 2014-till now,

×  IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Sep. 2011-till now,

×  IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, April 2017-till now,

×  Electric Power Components and Systems, Taylor & Francis, April 2008-till now,

×  Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier, Feb. 2013-till now,

×  Neurocomputing, Elsevier, May 2007-till now,

×  Alexandria Engineering Journal, Elsevier, Dec 2012-till now,

×  Ain Shams Engineering Journal, Elsevier, June 2014-till now,

×  International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Elsevier, July 2017-till now,

×  Electrical Engineering, Springer, April 2015-till now,

×  Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology, March 2016-till now,

·   A peer reviewer for 14th , 15th, 16th and 19th International Middle East Power Systems Conferences, MEPCON, Egypt, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2017 respectively.

·      A peer reviewer of research projects for Science and Technology Development Fund (STDF), Egypt, 2008-2009, 2016 and 2017.

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

×  Undergraduate Courses

·      Basics of Energy Conversion,

·      Generation of Electric Power,

·      Utilization of Electrical Power,

·      Renewable Energy Sources,

·      Electrical Installations,

·      Illumination and Airport Lighting.

 

×  Higher Studies Diploma Courses

·      Protection and Maintenance of Power Stations,

·      Energy Generation from New and Renewable Sources,

·      Economics of Power Electrical Power Generation,

·      Distribution and Utilization of Electrical Power.

 

×  Master and PhD Degree Courses

·      Energy Conversion,

·      Power Systems Protection,

·      Thermal performance of electrical equipment,

·      Digital Relays,

·      Applications of Power Quality in Industrial & Residential Installations,

·      Advanced Applications in Renewable energy.

 

×  Training Courses

Dr. Doaa Khalil is participating in several short courses -including workshops- for field engineers from different companies through the Energy Research Center ERC, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.

·      Modern Technologies of Power Factor Improvement and Management, Feb. 2009, Dec. 2009,

·      Load Management and Energy Conservation, May 2008, May 2009,

·      Protection and Relay Schemes, May 2008, June 2009.

 

 POST GRADUATE and RESEARCH ACTIVITIES:

Currently, Dr. Doaa Khalil is participating in supervision committees of more than 40 PhD & MSc students.

The following are the accomplished theses (41 theses: 6 PhD theses and 35 MSc theses):

 

A) List of accomplished PhD theses (6 PhD theses):

(1)-        Proposed schemes for restoring protective relays coordination in networks incorporating distributed generation (PhD, 2017).

(2)-        Optimal operation of electric power systems considering wind power uncertainty incorporating energy storage system and demand side management (PhD, 2016).

(3)-        A new proposed approach to magnify the harnessed electric energy from dams and barrages (PhD, 2015).

(4)-        Proposed schemes for enhancing coordination of directional overcurrent relays in meshed distribution systems with DG units (PhD, 2015).

(5)-        Transmission Line Integrated Protection & Auto Reclousre Scheme Based on Transient Protection & Synchronized Sampling Algorithms (PhD, 2011).

(6)-        Nonlinear High Impedance Fault Detection and Location in Extra High Voltage Transmission (PhD, 2009).

 

B) List of accomplished MSc theses (35 MSc theses):

(1)-  A Study on The Parameters Affecting The Arc Interrupting of High Voltage Direct Current Circuit Breaker (MSc, 2018). 

(2)-  An economic smart distribution system (MSc, 2018). 

(3)- Design of Photovoltaic Systems for Remote Village in Yemen (MSc, 2018). 

(4)- Evaluation of Protective Schemes for Grid-Connected Generator-Transformer Units in Egypt (MSc, 2017). 

(5)- Design and analysis of PID-P controller for load frequency control of multi area multi source power system (MSc, 2017). 

(6)- Optimized Hybrid Microgrid of Gas Generators - Wind Farm using Crow Search Algorithm (MSc, 2017).

(7)- Restoring Recloser-Fuse Coordination in Radial Distribution Networks with Distributed Generation (MSc, 2017).

(8)- Sympathetic Tripping In Distribution Networks, Causes, Analysis, and Solution (MSc, 2017).

(9)-    Fault Location Identification for Overhead Radial Distribution Networks (MSc, 2017).

(10)-  A Proposed Busbar Protection Scheme Immune to the Impact of Outflow Current during Internal Faults (MSc, 2017).

(11)- A Travelling Waves - Based Fault Location Scheme For Multi-Tapped Overhead Distribution Systems (MSc, 2017).

(12)-  Thermal analysis of HV cables under different operating conditions (MSc, 2016).

(13)- Maximization of Energy Output of Photovoltaic Modules on Inclined Surfaces (MSc, 2016).

(14)- Operation And Control Of Doubly Fed Induction Generators In Al-Zafarana Egyptian Wind Farm (MSc, 2016).

(15)- Fault Zone Discrimination and Fault Location For Series Facts-Based Transmission Lines (MSc, 2016).

(16)-  Evaluating connecting Al-Mukha new wind farm to Yemen power system (Msc, 2015).

(17)- Mitigation of Voltage Sags in Industrial Plant using Dynamic Voltage Restorer (Msc, 2014).

(18)-  Comprehensive Fault Location Scheme for Power Transmission Lines (MSc, 2014).

(19)-  Enhancing Distance Relay Performance for Transmission Line Protection (MSc, 2014).

(20)-  Compensation of grounding grids corrosion and cathodic protection (MSc, 2014).

(21)-  Financial Risk Assessment for Repetitive Voltage Sags (MSc, 2013).

(22)-  Optimal sizing and life cycle cost of photovoltaic systems (MSc, 2013).

(23)- Enhancing Overcurrent Relay Performance Using Wavelet Packet Transform (MSc, 2012).

(24)- Optimal Allocation of Facts Devices to Enhance Voltage Stability of Power Systems (MSc, 2012).

(25)- Improved energy efficiency and safety factors of the generation IV nuclear reactors (MSc, 2011).

(26)- Evaluation of Static Energy Meters Behavior during Voltage Dip Phenomena (MSc, 2011).

(27)- Transient Stability Enhancement of Egyptian National Grid Including Nuclear Power Plant in Dabaa Area Using Static Var Compensator (MSc, 2011).

(28)- Detection and Measurements of voltage Sag on Low voltage Three phase Induction Motors Using Neural Networks (MSc, 2011).

(29)- Estimation of the Lifetime of Electrical Components in Distribution Networks (MSc, 2011).

(30)-  Passive Filters Design and Harmonics Indices Estimation Using Neural Networks (MSc, 2011).

(31)-  Improvement of Transformer Differential Protection to Discriminate Internal Faults and Inrush Currents (MSc, 2011).

(32)-  Optimal Harmonic Meter Placement for Estimation of Harmonic Sources Using Particle Swarm Optimization Technique (MSc, 2011).

(33)- Comparison of Maximum Power Point Tracking Techniques for Different Types of Photovoltaic Models (MSc, 2010).

(34)-  Improving Distance Relays Performance during Power Swings (MSc, 2010).

(35)- Fault Detection On Transmission Lines Using Active Power Differential Protection (MSc, 2008).

 

Special Publications:

§  Co-author of books (in Arabic), financed by Higher Education Enhancement Project Fund (HEEPF), Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt, March 2007 entitled:

- Evaluation of HEEPF Phase I and Future Prospective-Phase I

Development of Labs and Learning Environment in Higher Education Enhancement

§  Co-reviewer of Monitoring and Evaluation manual for funded projects (in Arabic) , financed by Program of Continuous Improvement and Qualifying for Accreditation in Higher Education in Egypt (PCIQA), Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt, June 2009.

§  Co-author of Program of Continuous Improvement and Qualifying for Accreditation in Higher Education in Egypt newsletters', January 2009-2012.

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