3.1 Ph. D. thesis
Luqman Marraba, “Heuristic
incipient fault monitoring and diagnostic platform for line start
permanent magnet synchronous motors”, In progress,
Modeling and Control of Hybrid AC/VSC-HVDC System with Fault Current
Shafiul Alam M.,
“An Adaptive Microgrid Protection System Design and Implementation”, In
Ibrahim Y. Al-Hamoudi,
“Performance of silicone rubber insulators in the eastern region of
Saudi Arabia,” Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical Engineering,
American University in London, Completed, June 2003. (Local
M. Sc. thesis supervision
Khaled I. Baradieh, “A Linear Algebraic Based Diagnosis Method for
broken Rotor Bars of Line Start permanent Magnet Motors”, Advisor
(Will defend on Jan 3, 2017)
Ibrahem M. Hussein, A Novel Method for Detecting Eccentricity in
Line Start Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors”, Advisor (Will
defend on Jan 1, 2017).
Mutaz Jawadeh, “A Novel Signal Processing-Based Approach for
Accurate and Fast Islanding Detection”, Advisor (Will
defend on Dec 29, 2016).
4. Malek Habli, " Optimal Design
of a Distribution Transformer Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques",
Advisor (Will defend on
Dec 22, 2016).
“Investigation of Various Types of HV Insulators Performance under DC
December 2015. (Advisor).
Abdulrahman AlDeek, “Evaluating market-based investment in EV
aggregators and energy storage”, Completed, May 2015. (Co-Advisor)
Luqman Marraba, “Image
processing based contamination level monitoring of high voltage
November 2013. (Advisor).
Mohammed Bin Thabit,“ Nonlinear model predictive control of multimachine
power system”, Completed, December 2013. (Co-Advisor
Saleh Abu Hanieh, “Electric field optimization in SF6 circuit breakers”,
Completed, May 2012. (Advisor).
Yahya Asirsi, “Neural network based detection of partial discharge in HV
motors,” M. Sc. Thesis, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals,
Completed, June 2010- (Advisor)
Muhammad Yousuf, " Non linear predictive control using particle swarm
optimization-Application to power systems", M. Sc. Thesis, King Fahd
University of Petroleum & Minerals, Completed- June 2009-
Naji Al-Musabi, “optimal variable structure controllers: Applications to
power system Dynamics,” M. Sc. Thesis, King Fahd University of Petroleum
& Minerals, Completed, June 2004. (Advisor)
Mohammed Abu Sada, “Cost effective design of conventional type
distribution transformers using optimization techniques,” M. Sc. Thesis,
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Completed,
June 2004. (Advisor)