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"smart grid - infrastructure and  future  innovation application in power system "

 

 



 

Prof.  Moustafa Mohammed Eissa 

 

 

 

Prof. at Faculty of Engineering-Helwan University-Cairo-EGYPT

 

 

M. M. Eissa (M’96–SM’01) was born in Helwan, Cairo, Egypt, on May 17, 1963. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from Helwan University, Cairo, in 1986 and 1992, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree from the Research Institute for Measurements and Computing Techniques. Hungarian Academy of Science Budapest, Hungary, in 1997 (PhD Study is cooperated with Duisburg University-Institute of Electrical Engineering-GERMANY). Currently, he is a Professor with Helwan University. In 1999, he was invited to be a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada. He was a chair Prof. at King Abdul-Aziz University-KSA for sponsored project "Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency" from Saudi Electricity Company during period 2008-2010. From 2012, he is the PI for the large scale project "SMART GRID FREQUENCY MONITORING NETWORK (FNET) ARCHITECTURE AND APPLICATIONS-220kV/500kV" NTRA-Egypt (www.helwan-ntra.com)-2012, END-USER Egyptian Electricity Company. From 2013, he is the CO-PI for "NOVEL OPTIMAL WIDE AREA COORDINATING PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEM BASED ON WIDE-AREA SYNCHRONIZED MEASUREMENTS IN SYSTEMS WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES AND MULTIPLE FACTS EFFECT", KAKST-KSA,  End-USER Saudi Electricity Company.

 

Dr. Eissa initiated the first application in 2012 at the Middle East by applying the smart grid and the wide area monitoring and application on the Egyptian 220kV/500kV Cairo Zone Grid. We started by deploying many devices from the family of the PMUs on the 220kV/500kV Egyptian Grid by collaboration with the Egyptian Electricity Company. We prepared many applications as monitoring, visualization, event detections and applications on the Egyptian Wide Area Monitoring System (EWAMS) held at Helwan University. The project is awarded the ETRERA 2020 Prize in the category Smart Grids (2014). The ETRERA_2020 is conducted by a team of twelve organizations from nine different countries in Europe, Africa and Middle East.

 

Dr. Eissa is the author of more than 100 publications (32 IEEE, IET and Elsevier journal papers), including books, book chapters, and papers in the area of digital protecion, demand side mangement and smart grid. He is invited speaker in several Universities and international events, and involved in many Technical Program Committees for international conferences. M.M. Eissa’s publications have 333 total citation cited by 278 documents in Scopus and he has H-index= 10 from 1995 at (1st of October, 2014)

 

Dr. Eissa received "State country prize in the advanced technology science from Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (Egypt), 2002, (http://www.asrt.sci.eg)", "Distinguished Researcher Award, October 2005, University of Helwan, and "Incentive Researcher Award, 2011, University of Helwan (www.helwn.edu.eg). Incentive Researcher Award, 2012- Awarded from "Program for Continuous Improvement and Qualifying for Accreditation" - Ministry of Higher Education-Egypt. (high Citation according to ISI and Scopus)- http://www.qaap.edu.eg/

  

He has 7 major scientific reports and more than 150 collected materials in different topics related to industry. He has awarded five prizes. He has many novel techniques in the digital protections. He has many consultations with the industrial sectors. He has many international and local projects. He has numerous honors for his research, leadership, supervision and teaching. His research interests include topics related to Digital Protection, Smart Grids, Wireless application on power system, Wide area Protection, Demand Side Management, Energy Efficiency, Control Schemes for Renewable Energy Resources using Harmony Search Algorithms, Power Quality and Automation system, .Smart Grid based on GIS