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Ahmed Mohamed

  • Associate Professor
  • PhD Program Advisor, Electrical Engineering
  • Director, Smart Grid Interdepencies Laboratory (SGIL)
  • Site Director, NSF/IUCRC Building Energy Smart Technologies Center (BEST) 
  • Co-Director, CCNY Translational Research Excellence Across Disciplines (TREAD) 
  • Co-Director, CCNY College-Wide Research Vision (CRV)

Ahmed Ali A. Mohamed (El-Tallawy) is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (EE) at the City College of the City University of New York (CUNY). He is the EE PhD Program Advisor, and the director of the CUNY Smart Grid Interdependencies Laboratory (http://smartgrid.ccny.cuny.edu). Prof. Mohamed serves on the editorial board of journals, including the IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification, IEEE Access, Springer Urban Rail Transit, Frontiers in Big Data, and IEEE TechRxiv.

Prof. Mohamed received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Florida International University, Miami, FL. His research work is supported through funds from various companies and national funding agencies, e.g. Con Edison, the National Science Foundation, and New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. His research interests include critical infrastructure interdependencies, smart grid resilience, microgrids, and transportation electrification. He has numerous publications in these fields as book chapters, and articles in premier journals and conference proceedings.

Prof. Mohamed is the recipient of the 2019 NSF CAREER Award, among several other honors and awards. Several of Prof. Mohamed’s publications received prestigious awards, such as the IEEE Electric Machinery Committee Best Paper Award.

Prof. Mohamed served on review panels for several national and international funding agencies, e.g. the US Department of Energy, the US National Science Foundation, and the Chilean National Science and Technology Commission. He is the Advisor of the CCNY chapters of the IEEE PES/IAS/PELS and the HKN Honor Society. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and has been holding several IEEE executive positions throughout his career

Current Researchers

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Yusef Esa.

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Yusef Esa is a PhD student at the SGIL, Grove School of Engineering, City Collage of New York (CCNY). He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2015, and 2017, respectively. His research interests include techno-financial aspects related to renewable energy systems and distributed energy resources, microgrid design and control, and battery management systems.

Lizzette Salmeron.

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Lizzette Salmeron is a PhD Electrical Engineering student at the SGIL, Grove School of Engineering—CCNY. Her research interests include power systems, microgrid technology, renewable energy, and the correlation between climate change & energy. She is the recipient of the GEM fellowship, among other awards and fellowships.

Rohama Ahmad.

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Rohama received his Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from CCNY in 2017, and his Master’s in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2021.  He is currently pursuing a PhD from CCNY.  He has been working as a mechanical and electrical engineer for NYCT MTA since 2017, where he tests and troubleshoots work trains, provides field support, and reviews technical submittals.  His research interests include vehicle design, robotic manipulation, energy conversion, and artificial intelligence.

Kirn Zafar

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Kirn Zafar is a PhD student at the SGIL, Grove School of Engineering, City Collage of New York (CCNY).  Her research interests include power system dynamics, renewable energy systems, microgrids, smart grids and battery management systems.

Marthen Dangu Elu Beily

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Marthen Dangu Elu Beily received his B.Sc degree from Universitas Nusa Cendana, Indonesia, in 2009 and M.Sc From National Kaohsiung University of science and Technology, Taiwan, in 2015.
He is currently pursuing the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering and joining the Renewable Energy research team at the Smart Grid Interdependencies Laboratory, Grove School of Engineering—CCNY. His Research interests include power systems, Microgrid technology and Renewable Energy.

Jatin Jain

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Jatin Jain is an Electrical Engineering PhD student and a member of SGIL at City College, City University of New York. He received his Bachelor’s in Computer Science from India in 2015, and his Master’s in Computer Science from New York Institute of Technology. Jatin, a data scientist by training, has worked at multinational organizations like Cognizant and TCS, before joining grad school.  His current research interests include Machine Learning, Reinforcement learning in Power Systems, Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision among others.

URL: http://sites.google.com/view/jjain.

Martin Nolan

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Martin Nolan, PE, CEM, CBCP, has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS in Electrical Engineering from the Grove School of Engineering, City College of New York (CCNY) plus an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University.  His research interests include techno-financial aspects of renewable energy systems, infrastructure transition away from fossil fuels towards electric power, distributed energy resources, microgrid design and control, and the resiliency of these systems.  Martin has enjoyed a 15 year engineering career in both public and private sectors working in sustainability, design, construction, and commissioning.

Elihu Nyemah

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Elihu Nyemah graduated with a BSc in Electrical Engineering from William V.S. Tubman University in Liberia in 2017. He then obtained his MSc from the Grove School of Engineering at the City College of New York in 2022. He is now pursuing his PhD at the same institution. His research interests include the integration of large-scale renewable energy sources into the power grid and their impact on the grid’s power quality.

Abrar Abdelbary

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Abrar Abdelbary received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering (EE) from the Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt in 2016 and 2021 respectively. She worked as a Solar engineer in Solera, Cairo, Egypt, and a teaching assistant in Electrical Power and Machines Department, Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University. She has also worked as a technical design and shop drawing engineer in the distribution field. Currently, she is an EE Ph.D student at Grove school of engineering, City College of New York (CCNY) and a research assistant at SGIL. Her research interests include power systems, renewable energy resources, DERs integration with the grid, microgrid design and control and smart grids.

Mohammed Elsayed

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Mohammed Elsayed is a PhD student at the SGIL, Grove School of Engineering, City Collage of New York (CCNY). He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University, Egypt in 2011 and 2015, respectively. He worked as an assistant lecturer in the Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University. His research interests include electric vehicles, renewable energy systems and distributed energy resources, microgrids and smart grids.

Lea Manglicmot

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Lea Manglicmot received her B.E. in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2023 and will be a Ph.D. student starting in the fall. Her research interests include grid modernization, electronics, and ML/AI applications in power systems. Lea has led ML projects with Cornell Tech, Verizon, and Google, and has been participating in competitive DOE-SC programs. Lea is currently interning at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) where she helps establish and validate a real-time, scalable emulation of clean energy systems using physics-informed ML.

Mohamed Afoda-Sebou

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Mohamed Afoda-Sebou is a PhD student at the SGIL, Grove School of Engineering, City College of New York (CCNY). He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2013, and 2016, respectively. His research interests include power systems security, cyber resilience in power grids,  renewable energy systems and distributed energy resources, microgrid design and control, and battery management systems.

Aicha Mustapha

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Aicha Mustapha (Visiting PhD Student) is a Ph.D. student of industrial  electro-energetic at University  Tahri Mohammed of Bechar-Algeria. She is currently a Research Assistant with the Smart Grid Interdependencies Lab (SGIL), City Collage of New York (CCNY) and Research Assistant at the Electrical Industrial Systems Lab, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, at University of Science of Technology Houari Boumediene Algiers -Algeria. Her work has been focused on intelligent management and control of nano-grids integrating renewable energy sources and electric vehicles. She was a Teaching Assistant delivering object oriented programming and  industrial computing courses for  graduate students. She also contributed to supervising undergraduate and MS students working on topics related to load flow and economic dispatch. Aicha worked as a technical mentoring assistant for students aiming to create startups and participate in venture competitions. Her research interests include power networks, renewable energy systems, Nano-Grids, electric vehicle systems, smart grids, management and analysis of big data with clusters/clouds, and Consumer behavior analysis.

Heba Nabil Khalil

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Heba Nabil Khalil (Visiting PhD Student) was born in Tanta, Al-Gharbia, Egypt. She received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees of Electrical Power Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering, Tanta University, Egypt in 2017 and 2021 respectively. She worked as a Demonstrator and then as an Assistant Lecturer at Electrical Power and Machines Engineering Department, Tanta University, Egypt in 2018 and 2022 respectively. Also, she did some work in the electrical contracting sector as a Technical Office Engineer in 2020 and 2021. In 2023, Heba joined SGIL at City College of New York as a visiting researcher. Heba is joining Lassonde School of Engineering, York University, Canada, as a Ph.D. student, a Teaching Assistant and a Research Assistant at Smart Grid Lab. Her research interests include integration of renewable energy sources, electricity markets, energy management and energy economics and pricing.

Adam Yafaie

Current PhD Candidates/Students

Adam Yafaie graduated from CCNY in 2023 with a B.E in Electrical Engineering. He is currently employed as an electrical engineer at the power department with the Metro North MTA. His research interests are renewable energy, artificial intelligence, and electric grid modernization.

Current MS Students

Jaskaran Singh

Current MS Students

Jaskaran Singh received both his B.E. and M.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Grove School of Engineering, City College of New York (CCNY). While pursuing his degrees, he also accrued valuable work experience with MTA and Con Edison. He is currently working as an electrical engineer and is a researcher at SGIL. His research interests include power systems, renewable energy, microgrids, and energy storage systems.

Bonny Xavier

Current MS Students

Bonny Xavier is currently pursuing a Master’s in Electrical Engineering at CCNY’s Grove School of Engineering. He holds a Bachelor’s in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University in Kerala, India. Prior to moving to CCNY, Bonny worked as a full-stack software engineer at a multinational company. His research interests include electric vehicles and renewable energy systems.

Samia Tasnim

Current MS Students

Current Undergraduate Research Assistants

Ondrea Kanwhen

Current MS Students

 Ondrea Kanwhen is an Electrical Engineering student at the Grove School of Engineering CCNY. She is a researcher at SGIL, and her research interests include renewable energy, power systems, incorporating blockchain in distributed energy resource management. Ondrea is a certified solar installer and volunteers with Grid Alternatives to provide low-cost solar to low- and moderate-income households.

Ishrak Elabdi

Current MS Students

Ishrak is an ambitious and driven individual who is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at city college of new York , with a passion for all things related to power energy and circuits. Aside from being a dedicated student, Sarah also serves as a lab technician at LaGuardia Community College. Her role as a lab technician allows her to gain valuable hands-on experience in conducting experiments, troubleshooting electrical systems, and assisting fellow students in their learning journeys. This unique position has not only enhanced her technical skills but has also provided her with a deeper understanding of the practical aspects of electrical engineering. Beyond her academic and professional pursuits, Ishrak enjoys engaging in various activities that showcase her multifaceted interests. She actively participates in robotics competitions, applying her knowledge of power and circuits to design innovative and efficient robotic systems. Ishrak also volunteers to educate and inspire young minds in STEM-related fields, organizing workshops and mentoring programs to ignite their curiosity and passion.

Alumni

Former Postdoctors

Dr. Werner Brandauer

Former Postdoctors

Dr. Werner Brandauer (Senior Researcher/Postdoctor) (Currently Head of Business Development CEE at Siemens EM Digital Grid), Vienna, Austria

PhD Graduates

Mohamed Kamaludeen

PhD Graduates

Mohamed Kamaludeen is a Project Manager with more than 13 years of professional service in the electric power industry.  His experience spans the breadth and depth of the electric system planning process including Engineering and Design, Forecasting, Sub-station Planning and Energy Storage. He leads the integration of Utility Scale battery systems into the distribution architecture and develops new business models to optimize benefits to the grid and customers. His portfolio of projects advances the utility’s stake in integrating energy storage to achieve New York State Clean Energy goals and the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) objectives. His professional and personal background affords him the technical and policy tools necessary for making a more resilient and resourceful grid.

Mohamed graduated from Clarkson University with a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and later earned two masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from the City College of New York (CCNY).  He is pursuing a PhD in Electrical Engineering at CCNY with research focus on energy storage systems and DERs integration on the grid.

Mahmoud Saleh

PhD Graduates

Mahmoud Saleh (currently Assistant Professor at Florida Polytechnic University). Mahmoud Saleh was a PhD candidate at the smart grid laboratory at the Department of Electrical Engineering, City Collage of New York. He defended his PhD dissertation on May 2019. He received his ME from CCNY in 2013. His research interest includes enhancing grid resilience; microgrids design, control, and automation; applications of complex network analysis in electric power systems; impact of ICT degradation on the smart grid; and regenerative energy braking in electric traction systems. He received multiple awards regarding his work: The prestigious James O. Gray Scholarship; best paper in the IEEE ICRERA conference; and first place in the 9th annual graduate student research symposium at The City College of New York for designing and implementing a Microgrid testbed. [Dissertation Title: Community Microgrids for Resilient Smart Grid Operation: Complex Network Analysis Based Design and ICT-Enabled State/Event Driven Control]

Tamer Ibrahim

PhD Graduates

Tamer Ibrahim (currently with the Electric Power Research Institute). Tamer Ibrahim received his B.Sc. (2012) and M.Sc. (2015) degrees from Minia University, Egypt. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at The City College of New York, USA. His main interest is centered around applying concepts of big data analytics and machine learning to solve critical power system operational issues.

Mahdiyeh Khodaparastan

PhD Graduates

Mahdiyeh Khodaparastan (currently with Con Edison). Mahdiyeh Khodaparastan received the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from CUNY City College on August 2020. She received the B.Sc. and M.Sc degrees in electrical power engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2010 and 2012, respectively. Her research interests include energy storage systems design and development, as well as power system protection and distributed generators.

Oindrilla Dutta

PhD Graduates

Oindrilla Dutta (currently with Sandia National Laboratory). Oindrilla Dutta was born in Calcutta, India. She received her Bachelor of Technology degree from West Bengal University of Technology, India, in 2014. She completed her Ph.D. degree in the Smart Grid Interdependencies Laboratory at the Electrical Engineering Department, The City College of New York, NY.

Jyothi Phatak

PhD Graduates

Jyothi Phatak (Visiting Student) received the B.E degree (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) from JNNCE college, VTU university, India and M.Tch degree in Power Electronics from BMSCE, VTU University, India in 2003 and 2010, respectively. Currently, she is pursuing Ph.D in the field of “Electric Vehicle” from VTU University, India. She worked as a visiting student to Smart Grid Interdependencies Laboratory, CUNY-City College, New York, USA. Her research interests include energy storage systems design and development in Electric Vehicles.

MS Graduates

Tafadar Soujad

MS Graduates

Tafadar Soujad is an Electrical Engineer who worked in the Smart Grid Interdependencies Lab from August 2022 to June 2023 on works related to Electric Vehicle charging effects on the NYC power grid. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from the City College of New York circa June 2023 and is currently pursuing a Master of Engineering degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University as of August 2023. His subjects for research interests include both a blend of and individually: artificial intelligence theory and applications, power systems, and telecommunication methods. He hopes in playing a part at building the power grid of tomorrow.

Dhruvil Savaliya

MS Graduates

Dhruvil Savaliya is an ambitious electrical engineer who recently completed his Master’s in Electrical Engineering at CCNY. With a strong foundation built during his Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from MSU, Gujarat, India, in 2020, Dhruvil gained valuable industry experience as a junior developer at Geek Web Solution and Fasttrack Inc in India. His research interests lie in Semantic Web Designing, Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, and Smart Grid systems. He is excited to contribute his skills and knowledge as a Research Assistant, leveraging his expertise in these areas to drive innovation and achieve impactful results.

Angel Peralta

MS Graduates

Angel Peralta. Angel Peralta is a M.Sc. Computer Engineering student at the Grove School of Engineering, CCNY. He received his B.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2016.  His interests are Microgrids, Renewable Energy, Internet of Things, Coding, and Artificial Intelligence.

George Saadeh

MS Graduates

George saadeh is currently a M.E. Electrical Engineering student at the Grove School of Engineering- CCNY. He has received his Bachelors in Mechatronics Engineering from the University of Balamand, Lebanon in 2019. His research interest includes solar power plant design/ operations and power gird stability. He works as an Electrical-Solar Solutions Engineer.

Kaung Shein

MS Graduates

Kaung Myat Shein is currently a M.E. Electrical Engineering student at the Grove School of Engineering (CCNY). He received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Ohio State University in 2019. He is currently working with SGIL to create load flow model for commercial and residential buildings when connected to EV charging, CHP, HP, and solar panel along with their impacts on both grid and building regular electrical appliances. He worked as manufacturing engineering intern at Stanley Electric in London, Ohio in 2018,2019 and 2020. He also worked as Electronics Engineer for Keboda Technology Corp. in 2020. Currently, he is working as associate Electrical Engineer for School Construction Authority New York City.

Jason L. Baldorado

MS Graduates

Jason L. Baldorado. Jason L. Baldorado is an M.E. Electrical Engineering student at the SGIL, CUNY City College. He received his B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2016. His research interests include microgrid design, power systems, renewable energy, and radio-frequency. He also enjoys programming and working with hardware. Currently, he is assisting in developing an AC microgrid with future projects to come.

Khan Adnan

MS Graduates

Khan M. Adnan was an M.E. Electrical Engineering student at the SGIL, CUNY City College. He received his B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2014. His research interests include power systems, renewable energy and grid-modernization. Currently, besides studies, he is working as a Transmission Planning Engineer in the Electric Power Industry. [Thesis Title: Analysis of the benefits of Regenerative Braking in Urban Railway Traction System]

Mattia Sartori

MS Graduates

Mattia Sartori pursued his M.E. in Electrical Engineering at the Grove School of Engineering, City College of New York (CCNY). His research interests at the SGIL include building electrification in NYC, energy conservancy and high-performance buildings, in conjunction with the CUNY Building Performance Lab (BPL). Additionally, He is also working in an electrical engineering firm as a Project Engineer. Mattia received a B.E. and a M.E. in Environmental Engineering from Università degli studi di Brescia, Italy. [Thesis Title: Fossil fuel impact of buildings electrification in New York City]

Ahmed Rahman

MS Graduates

Ahmed S. Rahman pursued his M.E in Electrical Engineering at the Grove School of Engineering, City College of New York (CCNY). Before CCNY, Ahmed received his BSc Degree in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from North South University, Bangladesh. His research interests at the SGIL include regenerative braking energy recuperation, energy storage systems, renewable energy and power systems. Apart from being a master’s student, he is also working as an Electrical Engineer in the Transportation Industry in NYC. [Thesis Title: A quantification analysis on potential use of recuperated regenerative braking energy from NYCT Subways into charging electric buses]

Anil Rajpatei

MS Graduates

Anil Rajpatei was M.E. Electrical Engineering student at the SGIL, CUNY City College. He received his B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from CCNY in 2015. His research interests include renewable energy, regenerative braking energy recuperation, control and management of hybrid energy storages, power electronics and power systems. Currently, he works as an electrical engineer in the telecommunication industry, developing communication and security products for mass transit. [Thesis Title: Energy Management System of Hybrid Wayside Storage in Urban Railway Traction]

Anderson Zhang

MS Graduates

Rohama Ahmad

MS Graduates

(MS) [Thesis Title: Coordinated Control for DC Energy Hubs Involving DERs, EVs, and Subway Systems]

Muhammad Bhatti

MS Graduates

Francisco Barros

MS Graduates

Zacarias Imperial

MS Graduates

Saujanya Band

MS Graduates

Md Mamun

MS Graduates

Amir Rizvi

MS Graduates

(MTA/NYCT) [Thesis Title: A Case Study on Grid Impacts of Electric Vehicles on New York City Power Grid]

Xiang (Derek) Lin

MS Graduates

Fernando Dario Hernandez Arias

MS Graduates

[Thesis Title: Impact of Distributed Generation on Power Distribution Network Overcorrect Protection]

Ammar Althaibani

MS Graduates

Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MS) [Thesis Title: Stability and Resilience of Connected Microgrids]

Francisco Del Carmen Martinez Martinez

MS Graduates

New York Power Authority (MS)

Md Aminul Islam

MS Graduates

Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MS) [Thesis Title: The Proposal for Implementation of Controlled Power Rectifier (3000/4000KW) in MTA New York City Transit (MTA-NYCT) Traction Power System]

Bachir Bakkour

MS Graduates

Yusef Esa

MS Graduates

 [Thesis Title: A Hybrid State/Event Driven Communication-based Control for DC Microgrids] Third Place, IEEE IAS Best Thesis Contest.


 

Yassine Mhandi

MS Graduates

Eversource Energy (MS) [Thesis Title: Data Driven Approach for Increasing Power Grid Situational Awareness and Mitigating Cascaded Failures]

David Vaughan

MS Graduates

Jorge Luis Mejia

MS Graduates

Grey Kingsley

MS Graduates

Ali Sahin

MS Graduates

[Thesis Title: Control and Optimization of Microgrids Involving Photovoltaic Generation and Energy Storage]

Previous Undergraduate Students

Jackaria Hossain

Previous Undergraduate Students

Jackaria Hossain is a senior electrical engineering student at the City College of New York, with an interest in power electronics and power systems protection. He is dedicated to learning about efficient energy conversion techniques and studying methods to ensure the safety and reliability of electrical power systems.

Hebatallah Mostafa

Previous Undergraduate Students

Hebatallah Mostafa was born in Cairo, Egypt. She recieved her A.S degree of science in Electrical Engineering from LaGuardia Community College, in 2020. She is currently working toward her B.S degree in Electrical Engineering at CCNY. Also, she is currently part of SGIL group working on research “Interdependencies Between Electric Vehicles and the power grid.”

Herta Metushaj

Previous Undergraduate Students

Herta Metushaj is a senior B.E Electrical Engineering student at CUNY, City College. Her research interests include microelectronics, power systems, and renewable energy greater area.
She is currently employed as an Electrical Engineering Intern in the telecommunication industry at a company that develops safety and security communication products for NYC mass transit.

Razib Sarkar

MS Graduates

Adam Yafaie

MS Graduates

Ambra Sina

MS Graduates

Carlos Maldonade

MS Graduates

Stephanie Lojano

MS Graduates

Cherno Barry

MS Graduates

Miguel Mancipe

MS Graduates

Miguel Monclus

MS Graduates

Junaid Hussain

MS Graduates

George Haramis

MS Graduates

Wing Tak Kong

MS Graduates

Danny Havugimana

MS Graduates

Abdelkarim Elfaouzi

MS Graduates

Erzhena Gennady

MS Graduates

Amit Bhattacharjee

MS Graduates

Swapan Saha

MS Graduates

Mohd Golam Hossain

MS Graduates

Hugh Carmichael, Con Edison

MS Graduates

Saiduzzaman Sikder

MS Graduates

Joe Brian Veloso Malubay

MS Graduates

Rachid Lougrini

MS Graduates

Alfred Rezk

MS Graduates

Benjamin Brandwein

MS Graduates

Tyrone Shillingford

MS Graduates

Aviv Arusi

MS Graduates

Nwabueze King Zephyranus Onuorah

MS Graduates

Aaron Moises Sued Fernandez

MS Graduates

Luis A Ramirez

MS Graduates

MD Rahman

MS Graduates

Program

Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program

Rogerio Paes Menezes Filho
Jonas Alvarenga Dos Santos
Nayara Diniz Oliveira

Center

Zahn Innovation Center

ERO: 

Ondrea Kanwhen, Elizabeth Martinez Tajeda, Richard Ventura, and Andres Cabrera

Electrosmart:

Erzhena Gennady, Anna McGilloway and Gayashan Fernando

Plugin Blocks:

Mahmoud Saleh, Yusef Esa, Jonathan Gamboa and Yassine Mhandi

Notifier:

Alfred Rezk, Omar El Komy and Rob Santana