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Engineering Electrical

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United States
Posted:
August 13, 2012

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Mohamed El Badawe

** *’Dea Pl St. John’s, NL, Canada A1C 3C6

Phone :709-***-****

Email: uygg25@r.postjobfree.com

S UMMARY OF QUALIFICA TIONS

Research/Analytical Skills

Developed an integrated hybrid power system at MUN.

Experience and working knowledge with IEEE standards

Published four papers related to alternative energy systems

Interpersonal/Communication Skills

Volunteered in organizing small events such as community soccer competitions

Delivered four different presentations at IEEE conferences

Teamwork/Leadership Skills

Held a leadership position for six months at General Communication Authority, Tripoli

Head of Newfoundland Libyan community for fifteen months

Computer Skills

Skilled in most Microsoft OfficeTM applications

Working knowledge of numerous engineering design software such as: Matlab, Maple, Multisim,

Pspice, Workbench, MikroBasic, and some others.

Familiar with some renewable energy engineering software such as Homer, Hybrid2, and Data

Synthesizer

E DUCATION

Master of Engineering – Electrical Engineering Sept. 2010 – Jun. 2012

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL, Canada

Thesis: Optimal Sizing, Modeling, and Design of a Supervisory Controller of a Stand-Alone Hybrid

Energy System.

GPA: 4.00/4.00

Bachelor of Engineering – Electrical Engineering Sept. 2002 – Nov 2007

University of Tripoli, Tripoli City, Libya

Project: Implementation of Wireless Security System in Specified Zone and Image Processing

GPA: 69.72% (Top 1%)

E MPLYMENT HISTORY

Research and Project Engineering Assistant Sept. 2010 – Sept 2012

Renewable Energy Systems Group, MUN, St. John’s, NL

Optimal sizing and modeling of hybrid energy systems

Designing and implementing a supervisory control for a hybrid power system

Preparation and presentation of conference papers

Invigilator/Teaching Assistant at MUN

Memorial University of Newfoundland Sept. 2011 – May 2012

Circuit Analysis with Dr. Eric Gill

Electrical Engineering Design with Dr. Tariq Iqbal

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Technical Engineering Jan. 2009 – Dec 2009

General Communication Authority, Tripoli, Libya

Technical engineer in the Monitor Frequency Division (MFD)

Preparation and presentation of proposal and technical reports

Invigilator/Teaching Assistant

University of Tripoli, Tripoli City, Libya Sept. 2008 – August 2009

Control system laboratory with Dr. Mahmod Elfandi

P ROFESSIONAL TRAININ G

Professional Skills Development Program, MUN Winter 2010

Special course in French about National Monitoring System, France Jan. 2009 – Feb 2009

A WARDS & A CHIEVEMENTS

Graduate Student’s scholarship from the Libyan Ministry of High Education 2010 -2012

P ROFESSIONAL MEMBERS HIP

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) 2010 - Present

Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 2011 - Present

E XTRACURRICULAR ACTI VITES

Volunteering

Memorial University of Newfoundland

International Student Advising Office (ISA)

Center of Career Development (CDEL)

University of Tripoli

Undergraduate Student Union - Social Events Committee Member, University of Tripoli, Sept.

2005 – Sept 2006

Undergraduate Student Union - Social Events Committee Member, University of Tripoli, Sept.

2006 – Sept 2007

PUBLICATIONS

El Badawe, M.; Iqbal, T.; M, George.;, “Optimization and a modeling of a stand-alone wind/PV

hybrid energy system” presented at the 25th IEEE Conference on Electrical and Computer

Engineering, (CCECE 12), Montreal, Canada, April 29th – May 2, 2012.

El Badawe, M.; Iqbal, T.; M, George.;, “Optimization and a comparison between renewable and

non-renewable energy system for a telecommunication site” presented at the 25th IEEE

Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, (CCECE 12), Montreal, Canada, April 29th

– May 2, 2012.

El Badawe, M.; Iqbal, T.; M, George.;, “Design and dynamic modeling of a hybrid street light

system” presented at IEEE 21, NECEC conference, St.John’s NF, 2011.

El Badawe, M.; Iqbal, T.; M, George.;, “Optimal sizing and modeling of a hybrid energy system

for a remote telecommunication facility” presented at IEEE 21, NECEC conference, St.John’s

NF, 2011.

References are available upon request

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