The U.S. National Academy of Sciences invites Prof. Mohamed to attend the Eighth Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine symposium, held in partnership with Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Qatar and scheduled to take place November 1 – 4, 2021.
The U.S. National Academy of Sciences invites Prof. Mohamed to attend the Seventh Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine symposium, to be held in Cairo, Egypt. Professor Mohamed recognized the appreciation but could not make it to the event.
Ms. Lizzette Salmeron has received a Graduate Engineering for Minorities (GEM) Fellowship. For the past two years, Lizzette has been a research assistant at the Smart Grid Interdependencies Laboratory, working on improving the resiliency and sustainability of our energy supply. Her work along with other Read More …
Prof. Mohamed received the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research, Teaching, and Service.
Prof. Mohamed has received the 2018 NSF CAREER Award. His project is entitled: “A Hybrid Physics-Based/Data-Driven Modeling and Mitigation Approach for Interdependencies Between the Electric Power, ICT, and Transportation Critical Infrastructures.” More details can be found through the following links. https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/news/grove-school-engineers-win-nsf-career-awards Read More …
May 2017: Prof. Mohamed and Prof. Arora receive the Provost’s Prize for Pedagogical and Curricular Innovation. This award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated significant positive impact on student learning and retention through pedagogical and curricular innovations.
April 2017: Our MS researcher Mr. Yusef Esa has received the IEEE Industry Applications Society Best MS Thesis Award for his technical contributions to Microgrid Design and Control.
April 2017: Our PhD researcher Mr. Mahmoud Saleh has received the IEEE James O. Gray Graduate Level Scholarship for his technical contributions to electrical power grid control, instrumentation & monitoring.
April 2016: Our graduate students Mr. Mahmoud Saleh (PhD), Mr. Yusef Esa (MS) and Mr. Yassine Mhandi (MS) won the 9thAnnual Graduate Student Research Symposium at the City College of New York.
A team of faculty and administrators from the City College of New York is one of 14 from U.S. higher education institutions chosen by the National Science Foundation-funded National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation to join the Pathways to Read More …