Hassan Hossam El-Deeb

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Biography: Hassan Hossam El-Deeb was born in Cairo, Egypt, on January 1990.

Hassan received his B.Sc. (distinction with 1st class honors) and M.Sc. degrees from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt in 2011 and 2016, respectively. He joined Florida International University (FIU) in 2016 as a graduate research assistant, where he is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree. From 2011 to 2016 he was a teaching assistant at the Electrical Power and Machines dept., Ain Shams University.
He is the recipient of the best student poster award in the 53rd IEEE Industry Application Society (IAS) annual meeting, Portland, OR, USA in Sept. 2018.
He is the Chair of the IEEE IAS Students Branch Chapter at FIU, Miami section since January 2019.  He was a memeber of the editorial office in the 18th biennial computational Electromagnetic Fields Computation (CEFC) conference 2018, Hangzhou, China.
Research Interest:
  • Control of DC autonomous systems and electric vehicles (EVs)
  • Dynamic and steady-state modeling and control of hybrid energy storage systems (HESS)
  • Energy management and ancillary services support in smart distribution systems
  • Cyber physical systems (CPS) in Microgrids and Active Distribution Networks control
  1. H. Eldeeb and O. A. Mohammed, “Coordinated Power Management for the Integration of Active Distribution Networks with High PV Penetration into the Medium Voltage Grid,” Presented at the 9th Annual IEEE Green Technologies Conference 2017, Denver, CO, March 2017
  2. H. Eldeeb, A. O. Hariri, C. R. Lashway and O. A. Mohammed, “Optimal Sizing of Inverters and Energy Storage for Power Oscillation Limiting in Grid Connected Large Scale Electric Vehicle Park with Renewable Energy,” Accepted at ITEC 2017 Conference, Chicago, IL, June 2017
  3. H. Eldeeb, A. O. Hariri and O. A. Mohammed, “Coordinated Control for the Integration of a Large Scale Electric Vehicle Park with PV into the MV Grid,” Accepted at the 17th IEEE EEEIC17 and I&CPS Europe Conference, Milan, Italy, June 2017
  4. H. H. Eldeeb, A.T. Elsayed, C. R. Lashway and O. A. Mohammed, “Hybrid Energy Storage Sizing and Power Splitting Optimization for a Plug-in Electric Vehicle,” submitted to the IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Belfort, France, Dec 2017 [accepted]
Contact helde002@fiu.edu, mohammed@fiu.edu

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