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Mohamed Z. Youssef

Biography

Mohamed Z. Youssef (SMIEEE) completed his Ph.D. in Power Electronics at PEARL Lab in Queen’s University, Canada during 2005, where he was also an adjunct assistant professor involved in teaching and research. In 2007, he joined Bombardier Transportation where he worked as a Senior Research and Development engineer. In 2012, he joined Alstom Transport as a Research and Development Engineering Manager. His research interests include Electromechanical Systems for the Transportation Industry, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for the Railways and Power Electronics Applications for the Information Technology. Mohamed was the motor and electronics manager for Armstrong Pumps before coming back to Academia.

Dr. Youssef is an Assistant Professor in the ECSE department at the University of Ontario, Institute of Technology (UOIT) in Canada. He is the director of power electronics and drives lab at UOIT. He has more than 60 papers in the top tier IEEE journals and conferences with 5 US/Canadian patents. He is a senior IEEE member and professional engineer in the province of Ontario.