Mounif Abdallah

MSc in Electrical Power Engineering

Assistant Professor
School of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Mounif Abdallah


Mounif Hassan Abdallah is an Assistant Professor with a diverse teaching portfolio that includes undergraduate courses such as Mathematics, Electric Circuits, Electric Power and Machines, Statistics, and High Voltage. In the postgraduate realm, he lectures on Technology Future and Business Strategy.

His supervision extends to multidisciplinary projects encompassing electrical, robotics, and energy fields. With a solid three years of industry experience gained at Nasr Limited in Lebanon, MultiWorld in the UK, and Hydro Generation in Tasmania, Australia, he brings practical insights to his academic role.

His extensive lecturing experience spans 36 years across prestigious institutions including Strathclyde University, Ballarat College in Australia, Victoria University in Australia, Qatar Foundation, HCT in the UAE, and currently at Heriot-Watt University’s Dubai Campus since 2011.


Academic Leadership and Affiliations:

  • Second year coordinator for Electrical and Robotics Engineering.
  • Member of the Academic integrity and misconduct panel.


  • BSc In Electrical Power Engineering
    BAU University Lebanon 1984
  • MSc In Electrical Power Engineering
    Strathclyde University UK 1987
    Heriot Watt University 2012

Fadi A. Ghaith, Mutasim Nour, Sarim Al-Zubaidi, Nidhal AbdulAziz and Mounif Abdulla (2013). ‘Integrated Multidisciplinary Engineering Early Design Project: Approach and Reflections’.   

Journal of Continuing Education and Professional Development (2013) Vol. 1 No. 1 pp. 14-26. 

Co-author of a paper on Education, presented at Australian Association of Engineering  

Education, "Inspiring Integration" Conference in Sydney, "Preparing for New Engineers; Whose Responsibility" (December 1994) 

Co-author of a paper on Power and Control, presented at the International Power Engineering Conference in Singapore, "integrating Protection and Control Systems Using Modern High Speed Digital Techniques" (March 1993) 

1991 AUPCEC Australian University Power and Control Engineers Conference 

Conference Organiser, Power and Control, Melbourne, Victoria (October 1991)