MSc in Electrical Power Engineering
- Assistant Professor
- School of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, Energy and Mathematics
Mounif Abdallah has more than 30 years of experience in education and industry as an electrical power engineer.
He is a highly experienced university lecturer in Electrical Power Engineering, Control and Mathematics, teaching in the UK, Australia and the Gulf.
He joined Heriot-Watt University, Dubai in 2011 as an assistant professor in the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
His education includes obtaining a postgraduate certificate in Learning and Practices at Heriot-Watt University, Dubai in 2014.
He achieved his MSc in Electrical Power Engineering from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK, in 1987, having studied for his BSc at Beirut Arab University in Lebanon.
His industrial certificates include: Safety procedures in High Voltage Substation and Power Station; Tasmanian Power System Isolation and Access Procedures; PSS/E Electrical Power System Simulation; Switching, and Fault Analysis; Load Flow Studies; Transmission Line Constants and Hydro Dynamic.
Power systems and Energy
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)