Mohamed Al-Musleh

MSc in Energy

Assistant Professor
School of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Mohamed Al-Musleh


Musleh is the Automotive Engineering degree programme leader. He teaches courses in Automotive, Electronics, Energy, Mechanical, and Robotics engineering. In his role, he also manages the technical team and oversees the operation of all engineering workshops. 


Musleh has received his Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching (PGCiLT) from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK in 2021. 

He has completed his Masters in Energy from the School of Engineering & Physical Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK in 2014.  

Musleh holds a B.Sc. in Electronics & Communications Engineering from the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, College of Engineering at Nahrain University, Baghdad, Iraq in 2003. 


His research involves bridging the gap between different engineering disciplines, employing his multi-disciplinary background and skills. He is an automotive enthusiast who has designed, built, restored, and modified a number of automobiles, with a special interest in alternative fuels, personal mobility, and autonomous vehicles. 

He takes great interest in studying autonomous vehicles, personal mobility, alternative fuels, energy harvesting, wearable electronics, building energy systems, and innovative renewable energy solutions. 




  • Mohamed Al Musleh, Evangelia Topriska, David Paul Jenkins, Edward Hugh Owens. “Thermoelectric Generator Characterization at Extra-Low-Temperature Difference for Building Applications in Extreme Hot Climates: Experimental and Numerical Study”. Energy and Buildings 225(4), 2020. 
  • Mohamed Al Musleh. “Laboratory Experiments Video Clips Students’ Perceptions”. International Journal of Learning and Teaching, 194-197, 2017. 10.18178/ijlt.3.3.194-197.  
  • Fruh, Wolf, and Musleh, Mohamed. “Demonstration of Thermoelectric Glass”. International Journal of Electrical Energy. 3, 2015. 10.18178/ijoee.3.4.248-251. 


  • Sadhvani, Dipika, Muthukumaraswamy, Senthil Arumugam, and Musleh, Mohamed. “On the Investigation and Experimental Analysis of Energy-Efficient Lighting for a University Building”. The International Conference on Smart Grid and Clean Energy (ICSGCE), 168-173, 2018. 10.1109/ICSGCE.2018.8556754. 
  • D. Sadhvani and M. A. Musleh, "Moving from CFL to LED lighting: Case study: University laboratory in Dubai". International Conference on Intelligent Sustainable Systems (ICISS), 725-730, 2017. doi: 10.1109/ISS1.2017.8389268 
  • Mohamed Al Musleh, Evangelia Topriska, Lynne Jack, David Jenkins, “Thermoelectric generator experimental performance testing for wireless sensor network application in smart buildings”, Proceedings of the international conference on advances in sustainable construction materials and civil engineering systems (ASCMCES-17), MATEC Web Conf. 120 08003 (2017) DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/201712008003  
  • Al Musleh, M., Topriska, E. V., & Jenkins, D. P. (2017). Thermoelectric Modules Testing for Sustainable Buildings Applications. International Solar Energy Society (ISES) Solar World Congress 2017, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.