Mr. Mohamed Elshaer is Power Electronics Engineer with expertise in designing, developing and testing power sub systems for commercial applications. Specialize in circuit design, analysis and verification of power conversion electronics comprising of isolated and non-isolated switching converters, power magnetic and feedback control loops for hybrid and electrical vehicles.
He currently works with the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.
He has also worked as a Lead Electrical Engineer at Delphi. Elshaer works on reviewing customer specifications, Design Power Electronics Electrical Hardware Products, Microprocessor Digital Core, analog and digital control logic and high voltage power supplies for DC/AC Inverters, DC/DC Converters, AC/DC Chargers and Battery Pack Monitoring Systems.
His work also deals with Performing worst case analysis and simulations to ensure compliance to customer requirements, Support product design reviews, Create and maintain schematic, Develop and maintain electrical DFMEA, Generate electrical information to ECAD for PCB layout and support ECAD designer, Create product verification plan and perform testing, Support EMC and validation testing, Utilize structured problem solving techniques for test failure resolution, Present product design, analysis and testing to customer. Here is list of publications by Elshaer while working in Energy Systems Research Laboratory:
- Elshaer, M.; Mohamed, A.; Mohammed, O.; , “Smart optimal control of DC-DC boost converter in PV systems,” Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition: Latin America (T&D-LA), 2010 IEEE/PES , vol., no., pp.403-410, 8-10 Nov. 2010.
- Amin, Mahmoud; Elshaer, Mohamed; Mohammed, Osama , “DC Bus Voltage Control for PV Sources in a DC Distribution System Infrastructure,” IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, Minneapolis, USA, vol., no., 25-29 Jul. 2010.
- Mohamed, M. Elshaer and O. Mohammed, “Reactive Power Compensation Control for Stand-Alone Synchronous Generator-Based Wind Energy Conversion Systems,” International Conference on Computation in Electromagnetics, Phoenix, AZ, USA, vol., no., pp.3222-3227, Nov. 7-10, 2010.