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Dr Dallia Ali

Post Nominals FHEA, CEng, MIET, MIEEE, MPES
Biography Dr Ali is currently a Lecturer at RGU. Before returning to RGU, Dr Ali had a number of posts in Qatar where she developed and delivered many engineering courses, mentored senior design projects, and ran training and continuing education courses for industry partners including Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation and Qatar Petroleum.
She has contributed to several research proposals including the Qatar National Research Fund QNRF – UREP 2014, the British Council Researcher Links Workshop Grant 2015, and the NPRP.
As chair of research and development for Monsson Group in Qatar, Dr Ali established professional and industrial collaborations which she applied to academic teaching and research. She was one of the distinguished speakers in the launching of the first in Qatar Reverse Osmosis Water Desalination Plant powered by Solar Energy and she has supported the Swedish Embassy in developing a collaboration between the Swedish Research Institutes & Qatar Institutes, and has been a member of the Swedish Delegation in the “Green Desalination Initiative and technical collaborations between the State of Qatar and the Kingdom of Sweden Workshop”, September 2017.
Prior to these posts in Qatar, Dr Ali was a full-time lecturer at RGU. During that time, she was involved in a number of research studies, collaborative proposals, multidisciplinary collaborations, and consultancies with several companies including Total, Red Spider, National Subsea Research Institute (NSRI), PURE Energy Centre and the Hydrogen Office.
She has collaborated with other universities including Strathclyde, Heriot-Watt and Exeter Universities in the UK, as well as the University of Seville in Spain. She is currently supervising an ETP Post Graduate studentship in collaboration with the PURE Energy Centre and Strathclyde University.
Research Interests Power system analysis
Renewable energy generation and grid integration
Smart grids
Hydrogen energy generation and storage and fuel cells,
Energy management
Clean energy technologies
ResearcherID S-8160-2019
Scopus Author ID 24463240300