Professor Osama A. Mohammed

Dr.Osama A. Mohammed

Professor O. A. Mohammed, Ph.D., Fellow IEEE, Fellow ACES
Professor and Director of the Energy Systems Research Laboratory
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Florida International University
College of Engineering & Computing, Room EC-3983,
10555 W Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, 33174
Tel: (305) 348‑3040, Cell: (305) 321-5622
Fax: (305) 348-3707
E-mail Address: mohammed@fiu.edu
Laboratory Website: http://www.energy.fiu.edu
ALN site: http://www.aln.fiu.edu
Department URL: http://www.ece.fiu.edu/


Dr. Osama Mohammed is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Director of the Energy Systems Research Laboratory at Florida International University. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He published numerous journal articles over the past 30 years in areas relating to power and energy systems as well as in the area of computational electromagnetics and the design optimization of electromagnetic devices. He has performed research work in artificial intelligence applications related to these areas. He authored and co-authored more than 400 technical papers in the archival literature in Journal and major conference record. He has conducted research work for government and research laboratories in shipboard power conversion systems and integrated motor drives. He also has recent interest in energy cyber physical systems and the application communication and sensor networks for the distributed control of smart power grids. He has been successful in obtaining a number of research contracts and grants from industries and Federal government agencies on projects related to these areas. Professor Mohammed also published several book chapters including; Chapter 8 on direct current machinery in the Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers, 15th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2007 and 2012 as well as a book Chapter entitled ” Optimal Design of Magnetostatic Devices: the genetic Algorithm Approach and System Optimization Strategies,” in the Book entitled: Electromagnetic Optimization by Genetic Algorithms, John Wiley & Sons, 1999.

Professor Mohammed is a Fellow of IEEE and is the recipient of the prestigious IEEE PES Cyril Veinott Electromechanical Energy Conversion Award in 2012. Dr. Mohammed is also an elected Fellow of the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES). Professor Mohammed received the excellence in research award from Florida International University in 2012. He is Editor of IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, and IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications. He is also an Editor of COMPEL and was editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Magnetics-conferences, the Power Engineering Letters. Professor Mohammed is the past President of the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES). He received many awards for excellence in research, teaching and service to the profession and has delivered numerous invited lectures at scientific organizations around the world.

Professor Mohammed has been the general chair of several international conferences including; ACES 2006, IEEE-CEFC 2006, IEEE-IEMDC 2009, IEEE-ISAP 1996 and COMPUMAG-1993. He has also chaired technical programs for other major international conferences including; IEEE-CEFC 2010, IEEE-CEFC-2000 and the 2004 IEEE Nanoscale Devices and System Integration. Dr. Mohammed also organized and taught many short courses on power systems, Electromagnetics and intelligent systems in the U.S.A and abroad. Professor Mohammed has served ACES in various capacities for many years. He also serves IEEE in various Boards, committees and working groups at the national and international levels.

Synergetic Activities in Education, Research and Student  Development Efforts:

  • Dr. Osama A. Mohammed has been instrumental in involving a large number of undergraduate students in research and internship experiences in STEM areas over the past 15 years.  During this period he has participated in the Summer Faculty Research Program as a senior and Distinguished Research Fellow for more than 12 years bringing with him undergraduate student interns who are US citizens from minority groups. He has spent significant times at NSWCCD working with many colleagues and has gained a clear appreciation for significance of developing STEM talent and guiding the students to become leaders in supporting ONR and DoD missions.
  • Dr. Mohammed has created the ONR Scholar program within a number of his ONR funded projects over the past several years. This program resulted in the involvement of more than 75 undergraduate students annually in research and professional development experiences which led most of these student to joining the workforce and/or continuing their graduate studies. Many of these students were involved as interns at the Energy Systems Research Laboratory (ESRL) at FIU or at NSWCCD in Philadelphia and Carderock. His laboratory involved students have 100% track record being employed after graduation or joining graduate school. Other students have received excellent laboratory experiences and mentorships from faculty and graduate students at the laboratory. Several students have also participated in presenting and publishing their work results at ONR and NAVSEA project meetings as well as ASNE and IEEE conferences. His students constantly receive national and international awards for their publications. Professor Mohammed Research work receives high level of citations according Google scholar and ISI web of science.
  • The Energy Systems Research Laboratory (ESRL) was developed through funding from ONR over the past 10 years. This laboratory has significant hardware, software and instrument capabilities represented by the Smart Grid Test Bed. A demonstration video of the world class facility can be viewed of the laboratory website at http://www.energ.fiu.edu. This facility allow research and educational activities to verify educational and theoretical ideas. It is now being used in conjunction with several undergraduate and graduate courses. Students are utilizing these facilities to complete capstone senior design projects and graduate degree projects by building their testing setups from simulation to implementation stages. Product development environments and emulators as available in this laboratory are available for student and training use.
  • The Power System Smart Grid demonstration project is a hardware/software/communication platform built at the Energy Systems Research Laboratory for real time control with hardware in the loop. This Smart Grid is a self -managing and reliable smart grid facility that is developed and presented as the future of protection and control systems for self-healed operation. The system involves AC and DC infrastructures to enable the utilization of sustainable alternate energy sources. The test bed involves hardware representing generating stations, transmission lines, synchronizers, data acquisition system, Loads emulators in addition to the utilization of new wireless communication layers to enable smart power sharing among available resources. Pulse load hardware emulators are also being implemented on the DC side to examine the practical use of systems such as charging of Plug in Hybrid Vehicles. Synchronized phasor measurements are used for real time measurements to enable hardware in the loop simulation. This enables applications such as validation of system models, measurement of stability margins, maximizing stable system loading, islanding detection, and system-wide disturbance monitoring. The test-bed also features an energy cyber physical infrastructure implemented in hardware and software.
  • Professor Mohammed has also been part of several STEM projects funded by the US department of Education at FIU Center for Diversity in Engineering and Computing as a Co-PI. This include the GEAR UP programs (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs). These programs focus on enhancing the academic, personal, and emotional development of students and their families. This program aims to develop and cultivate the self-expectation of success in each student. Professor Mohammed was PI on several DoE projects aiming at enhancing power and energy education and developing new course in power and energy.
  • Professor Mohammed has been instrumental in establishing and guiding the South Florida Regional Future City Competition of the National Engineers Week Future City Competition as regional coordinator for the past 13 years. This program provides a fun and exciting educational engineering program for sixth, seventh- and eighth-grade students that combines a stimulating engineering challenge with a “hands-on” application to present their vision of a city of the future. This will be accomplished by; 1) fostering engineering skills, such as teamwork, communication and problem solving skills; 2) providing interaction among students, teachers, and engineer mentors; 3) Informing the community about the multi-disciplines within the engineering profession; and 4) Inspiring students to explore futuristic concepts and careers in engineering. The National Engineers Week Future City Competition requires; problem-solving, team work, research and presentation skills, practical math and science applications, and computer skills.

Research and Scholarly Accomplishments

  • Professor Mohammed is an accomplished researcher and an educator. He has over 30 years of teaching, curriculum development, research and industrial consulting experience. He authored and co-authored more than 300 technical papers in the archival literature as well as in National and International Conference records in addition to additional numerous technical and project reports and monographs. In addition he is and author of several book chapters in his field of expertise. His publications has excellent citation records by others in these fields of expertise.
  • Professor Mohammed specializes in Electrical Energy Systems especially in areas related to alternate and renewable energy systems and  design optimization of electromagnetic devices, He is current interest in shipboard power systems and integrated motor drives. He is also interested in the application communication and sensor networks for the distributed control of power grids. Dr. Mohammed has been successful in obtaining a number of research contracts and grants from industries and Federal government agencies. He has a current active and funded research programs in several areas funded by the office of Naval Research. Professor Mohammed is also interested in developing learning environments and educational techniques for Internet based delivery systems and virtual laboratories.
  • Professor Mohammed is a Fellow of IEEE and is a Fellow of the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society. He is the recipient of the prestigious IEEE 2010 Power and Energy Society Cyril Veinott Electromechanical Energy Conversion Award, the FIU Excellence in Research Award as well as the recipient of the 2010 technical leadership award from the IEEE Magnetics Society and the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society. He is Editor of IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, and IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications. He is also an Editor of COMPEL and was editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Magnetics-conferences, the Power Engineering Letters. Professor Mohammed is the past President of the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES).

Earned Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 1983.
  • M.S.E.E., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 1980.
  • B.S.E.E. (With Distinction and First Class Honors), Zaqazig University, Egypt, June 1977.

Research Funding

  • Obtained major research funding from Federal agencies and industrial sources totaling $18 Million over the past 12 years including awards from; ONR, ARO, DoE, DoED and NSF.
  • Nemours invited lectures at many scientific and industrial organizations in North America and Worldwide.
  • Professorial Excellence Award, Florida International University, 1999
  • Outstanding IEEE Student Chapter Counselor/Advisor for 1990/1991.
  • Meritorious Service Award and Technical Achievement Award, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, 2011,2007 and 1995.
  • Outstanding Service to the Profession Award, Florida Engineering Society, August 1991.
  • Excellence in Research/Scholarship Award for 1987, Florida International University.
  • Excellence in Service Award for 1990, Florida International University.
  • General Chair of five major national and international conferences
  • Technical Program Chair for three major international conferences.
  • Member of international steering committees for several international conferences.
  • Member of the Florida Power and Light Company Consumer Advisory Board, 1996-2000.
  • IEEE Power and Energy Society Governing Board member and Chairman of the society constitution and bylaws committee. Currently, Chairman of the Miami Section of IEEE.
  • President of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, March 2002-2010.
  • General Honorary Chairman, IEEE/IEMDC’2017, the IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference, Miami, Florida, May 21-24, 2017. Sponsored by IEEE PES, IAS, PELS and IES Societies (524 attendees).
  • General Chairman, IEEE CEFC’2016, IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, Miami, FL, November 13-16, 2016, Sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society (412 attendees).
  • Chairman of the International Steering Committee, IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (IEMDC), 2007-2013.
  • Chairman of the International Steering Committee, IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computations (CEFC), 2008-2011.
  • Chapters Representative for the IEEE Industry Applications Society, Region 3, 2009-presnt.
  • Administrative Committee (AdCom), IEEE Industry Applications Society, 2009-present.
  • Chairman, Conferences Committee, Applied Computational; Electromagnetic Society, 2005-present.
  • General Chairman, IEEE/IEMDC’2009, the IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference, Miami, Florida, May 3-7, 2009. Sponsored by PES, IAS, PELS and IES.
  • General Chairman, IEEE CEFC’2006, IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, Miami, FL, April 30-May 3, 2006, Sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society.
  • General Chairman, ACES’2006, Applied Computational; Electromagnetic Society 22nd annual conference, Miami, Florida March 12-16, 2006, sponsored by the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society.
  • General Chairman, IEEE ISAP’96 – the 8th International Conference on Intelligent System Application to Power Systems, Orlando, Florida, January 28 -February 3, 1996. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, The IEEE Neural Network Council and Pacific Northwest Laboratories.
  • General Chairman, IEEE Southeast Conference (Southeastcon’94), Miami, Florida, April 10-13, 1994, Sponsored by IEEE and IEEE Region 3.
  • General Chairman, COMPUMAG Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, Miami, Florida, October 31 – November 4, 1993. One of the most important refereed international conferences in Applied Computational Electromagnetics.
  • Vice-Chairman, COMPUMAG Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, Miami, Florida, November 2-6, 1997, Rio-de-Janeiro, Brazil. One of the most important refereed international conferences in Applied Computational Electromagnetics.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Electric Machinery Committee, 2003-2005.
  • Governing Board Member of the IEEE Power Engineering Society January, 1991-1996.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Miami Section, January 2011-2014
  • Chairman of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Constitution and Bylaws Committee, January 2002-2007.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Florida Council, January 1996-December 1997.
  • Vice-Chairman of the IEEE Florida Council, January 1995- December 1996.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Power Engineering Society/ Electric Machinery theory Subcommittee, January 1996- 2000.
  • Chairman of COMPUMAG International Steering Committee, 1991-1993.
  • Founding Board Member, International COMPUMAG Society, Executive Committee Member, 1992-2002
  • Chairman of Student Activities Committee of the Florida Council of IEEE 1990 ‑ 1994.
  • Chairman of the Working Group on Recommended Practices for Electromagnetic Field Computation and Analysis in Electric Machinery, IEEE Power Engineering Society/ Electric Machinery Committee 1996-1998.
  • Chapters Representative, IEEE Power Engineering Society, Region 3, 1989-2005.
  • Chairman of Student Activities for IEEE Miami Section of 1989 ‑ present.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Chapter, IEEE Miami Section, October 1990 – October 1991.
  • Regional Coordinator (Florida) for the National Engineers Week Future City Competition, 2001-present.

Academic and Professional Experience

  • Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University, Miami, Florida. 1991 ‑ present.
  • Associate Chairman and Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University, Miami, Florida. 2002 – 2006.
  • Director, Energy Systems Research Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University, 1996-present
  • Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University, Miami, Florida. August 1987 ‑ 1991.
  • Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University, Miami, Florida. August 1983 ‑ 1987.
  • Frequent Consultant to several companies for services in electrical energy systems, computational electromagnetics, energy conservation and biomedical Applications, 1984-present.

Honors and Awards

  1. Honorary Professor, Zhejiang University, Zhejiang, China, School of Electrical Engineering, October 2014-present.
  2. Best paper, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, October 2015.
  3. Best Paper, IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, July 2014.
  4. Outstanding Research Award, Florida International University, 2012.
  5. Technical Leadership Award, Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society, April 2012.
  6. Recipient of the 2010 Prestigious IEEE PES Cyril Veinott Electromechanical Energy Conversion Award.
  7. Elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1996
  8. Elected Fellow of the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES), 2006
  9. Technical Leadership Award CEFC, IEEE Magnetics Society, 2010.
  10. Professorial Excellence Award, Florida International University, 1999.
  11. Technical Achievement Award, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, March, 1995, 2011.
  12. Meritorious Service Award, Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society, March 2007, 2010.
  13. Outstanding Service to the Profession Award, Florida Engineering Society, August 1991.
  14. Excellence in Research/Scholarship Award for 1987, Florida International University.
  15. Excellence in Service Award for 1990, Florida International University.
  16. Outstanding IEEE Student Chapter Counselor/Advisor for 1990/1991.
  17. BS Degree in Electrical Engineering (Suma Cum Laude) was awarded with First Class Distinction and Honors, 1977.

Editorships and Editorial Boards

  1. Editor, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid
  2. Editor, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications
  3. Editor, IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion
  4. Editor, IEEE Power Engineering Letters
  5. Editor in Chief, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics- Conferences
  6. Editor, International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (COMPEL)
  7. Editorial Board Member COMPUMAG.
  8. Editorial Board IEEE/CEFC.
  9. Editorial Board IEEE/IEMDC.
  10. Past Technical Program Chair, IEEE PES Electric Machinery Committee.

Offices Held in Professional Society

  • President of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, March 2002-2010.
  • General Honorary Chairman, IEEE/IEMDC’2017, the IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference, Miami, Florida, May 21-24, 2017. Sponsored by IEEE PES, IAS, PELS and IES Societies (524 attendees).
  • General Chairman, IEEE CEFC’2016, IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, Miami, FL, November 13-16, 2016, Sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society (412 attendees).
  • Chairman of the International Steering Committee, IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (IEMDC), 2007-2013.
  • Chairman of the International Steering Committee, IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computations (CEFC), 2008-2011.
  • Chapters Representative for the IEEE Industry Applications Society, Region 3, 2009-presnt.
  • Administrative Committee (AdCom), IEEE Industry Applications Society, 2009-present.
  • Chairman, Conferences Committee, Applied Computational; Electromagnetic Society, 2005-present.
  • General Chairman, IEEE/IEMDC’2009, the IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference, Miami, Florida, May 3-7, 2009. Sponsored by PES, IAS, PELS and IES.
  • General Chairman, IEEE CEFC’2006, IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, Miami, FL, April 30-May 3, 2006, Sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society.
  • General Chairman, ACES’2006, Applied Computational; Electromagnetic Society 22nd annual conference, Miami, Florida March 12-16, 2006, sponsored by the Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society.
  • General Chairman, IEEE ISAP’96 – the 8th International Conference on Intelligent System Application to Power Systems, Orlando, Florida, January 28 -February 3, 1996. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, The IEEE Neural Network Council and Pacific Northwest Laboratories.
  • General Chairman, IEEE Southeast Conference (Southeastcon’94), Miami, Florida, April 10-13, 1994, Sponsored by IEEE and IEEE Region 3.
  • General Chairman, COMPUMAG Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, Miami, Florida, October 31 – November 4, 1993. One of the most important refereed international conferences in Applied Computational Electromagnetics.
  • Vice-Chairman, COMPUMAG Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, Miami, Florida, November 2-6, 1997, Rio-de-Janeiro, Brazil. One of the most important refereed international conferences in Applied Computational Electromagnetics.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Electric Machinery Committee, 2003-2005.
  • Governing Board Member of the IEEE Power Engineering Society January, 1991-1996.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Miami Section, January 2011-2014
  • Chairman of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Constitution and Bylaws Committee, January 2002-2007.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Florida Council, January 1996-December 1997.
  • Vice-Chairman of the IEEE Florida Council, January 1995- December 1996.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Power Engineering Society/ Electric Machinery theory Subcommittee, January 1996- 2000.
  • Chairman of COMPUMAG International Steering Committee, 1991-1993.
  • Founding Board Member, International COMPUMAG Society, Executive Committee Member, 1992-2002
  • Chairman of Student Activities Committee of the Florida Council of IEEE 1990 ‑ 1994.
  • Chairman of the Working Group on Recommended Practices for Electromagnetic Field Computation and Analysis in Electric Machinery, IEEE Power Engineering Society/ Electric Machinery Committee 1996-1998.
  • Chapters Representative, IEEE Power Engineering Society, Region 3, 1989-2005.
  • Chairman of Student Activities for IEEE Miami Section of 1989 ‑ present.
  • Chairman of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Chapter, IEEE Miami Section, October 1990 – October 1991.
  • Regional Coordinator (Florida) for the National Engineers Week Future City Competition, 2001-present.

Recent Invited Talks and Keynote Presentations

Professor Mohammed has given more than 60 Invited and Plenary presentations at research and industrial organizations and major national and international conferences over the past 20 years. Professor Mohammed also delivered more than 20 tutorial and short courses at major organizations and conferences in the same period. A complete list is at the end of this file. The most recent Invited talks and plenary presentations include:

  • Mohammed, O. A. “Design and Simulation Issues for Secure Power and Communication Networks as Resilient Smart Grid Infrastructures,” IEEE Houston Section/NASA, April 12, 2017.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Physics Based Computational Electromagnetic Modeling in Energy and Transportation Electrification Systems,” Invited Presentation, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, October 21, 2016.
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited Keynote Presentation, “Smart Grid Energy and Communication Infrastructures as Resilient Secure Power Networks,” at Resilience Week 2016, Chicago, IL, Aug 16-18, 2016.
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited Panel Presentation, “Design and Simulation Issues for Secure Power Networks as Resilient Smart Grid Infrastructures,” IEEE Energy Conversion and Exposition ECCE-2016, Special Session on Cyber Physical Systems, Milwaukee, WI, September 21, 2016.
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited presentation at King Mohamad V, Rabat, “Electromagnetic Field Computations for the Evaluation of EMI Issues in Machines and Multi Component Energy Systems,” Rabat, Morocco, May 4, 2016.
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited Plenary Talk “Smart Grid Energy and Communication Infrastructures as Resilient Secure Power Networks,” IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, ICEIT 2016, Tanger, Morocco, May 5, 2016.
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited Talk, “Smart Grid Energy and Communication Infrastructures for Secure and Resilient Power Networks,” US Army Funded Workshop on Emerging Cyber Techniques and Technologies, Miami, FL, Nov. 20, 2015.
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited Plenary Talk “Design and Simulation Issues for Secure Power Networks as Resilient Smart Grid Infrastructures,” IEEE SmartGridCom Conference, Miami, Florida, November 5, 2015
  • Mohammed, O. A., Invited Plenary Talk “Design and Simulation Issues for Resilient Smart Grid Infrastructures,” IEEE International Conference on Smart Energy Grid Engineering, Toronto, Canada, August 17-19, 2015.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Computational Techniques for the Evaluation and Optimization of Electromagnetic Interference Levels in Multi Component Systems,” Invited Presentation, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, October 26, 2014.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Optimal Power System Distribution Architectures for Improved Stability in the Presence of Distributed Energy Storage,” Invited Presentation at the University of Waterloo, ECE Department, Waterloo, ON, Canada, August 7 07, 2014
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Optimum DC Distribution Architectures and Energy Storage Management for Pulse Load Mitigation in Ship Power Systems,” Invited Presentation at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock, Philadelphia on June 7, 2014 and also as an Invited Presentation at The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, Dahlgren, VA, Code G30, August 12, 2014
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Design and Simulation Issues for Secure Power Networks as Resilient Smart Grid Infrastructures,” Invited Presentation at The University of Waterloo, ECE Department, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, April 30, 2014.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “On the Development of Optimum DC Distribution Architectures for Pulse Load Mitigation in Ship Power Systems,” Invited Presentation at The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Philadelphia, PA, April 22, 2014.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “The Development of Modular and Composable Smart Grid Test Beds,” Invited Plenary Presentation at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) workshop, Gaithersburg, MD, March 13-14, 2014.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Computational electromagnetics for the evaluation of EMI issues in multi component energy systems,” Invited Presentation at Harbin University of Technology, Harbin, China, November 16, 2013.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Computational electromagnetics for the evaluation of EMI issues in multi component energy systems,” Invited Presentation at Tsinghua University, Beijing China, November 21, 2013.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Study of Optimal Distribution Systems Architectures and Rule of Energy Storage for Pulse Load Mitigation,” Invited Presentation at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Bethesda, MD and Philadelphia, PA, August 21, 2013
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Evaluation of Electromagnetic Interference Issues for EMC Compliant Energy Components and Systems,” Invited Presentation at Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, April 11, 2013.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Smart Grid Research Education at the Energy Systems Research Laboratory,” Invited Presentation at Okayama University, Okayama, Japan November 16, 2012.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Developing Solutions for the Operation of Smart Grid through Distributed Control,” Invited Seminar Presentation, FIU, Miami, Florida, March 1, 2013.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Computational Electromagnetics for Optimization EMI Effects in Energy Systems due to Switching Patterns,” Invited Presentation, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan November 16, 2012.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Electromagnetic Field Computations of EMI Levels in Energy Systems” Invited Plenary presentation at The 6th International Conference on Electromagnetic Field Problems and Applications, held June 19-21, 2012, in Dalian, China.
  • Mohammed, O. A “Electromagnetic Field Computations for the Evaluation of Signatures and EMI Issues in Multi Component Energy Systems, Invited Plenary Presentation  at the 27th International Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 2011.
  • Mohammed, O. A, “Dynamic Source Commitment Schemes and Wide Area Measurement Systems for AC Distribution Networks Involving Hybrid Renewable Energy Assets for Smart Power Grid Applications,” Invited Presentation, Center for Applied Optimization, University of Florida, April 2011
  • Mohammed, O. A., “ Smart Grid Applications and Wide Area Monitoring Systems, Invited Presentation, Los Alamos National Labs, August 2011
  • Mohammed, O. A, “Energy Link Integration and Wide Area Measurement Systems for AC Distribution Networks Involving Hybrid Renewable Energy Assets for Smart Grid Applications,” Invited Presentation, University of Waterloo, ON, Canada, December 2011.
  • Mohammed, O. A. “Education issues for Nuclear Power Generation Including Safety and Security Issues,” Nuclear Teach-in conference, FIU, Miami, October 20, 2011.

Scholarly Work Statistics

According to Google Scholar Professor Mohammed publications are averaging more than 200 citations annually by others in the last 5 years.
Scholarly work Statistics

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