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Miss. AYATTE ATTEYA

Biography Worked as teaching assistant in electrical and control engineering department, College of Engineering and Technology, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Alexandria, Egypt. Expertise in teaching courses focused on power system analysis, power system protection, electrical power distribution, measurements, electrical machines and drives. Besides her academic work, she undertook the role of practical training supervisor for undergraduate students, with experience in arranging national and international training opportunities and local internships in cooperation with industrial companies. Worked as quality assurance team member of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) departmental committee. Currently working as PhD student in School of Engineering, Robert Gordon University (RGU), Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom. PhD focused on sizing and modelling Green Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems for decarbonising the building sector. Miss. Atteya has been involved as a research assistant with the academic team in RGU, working on a research and innovation project delivered on March 2022. She recently contributed as a speaker in All Energy Exhibition and Conference held in Glasgow, in collaboration with the ETP team under Research and Innovation hub, May 2022.
Research Interests Renewable energy systems
Hydrogen energy storage systems
Power system operation and planning
Applications of Artificial Intelligence in power systems
Adaptive protection and Hardware-in-the-Loop systems
Automation and SCADA systems
Smart Grids