School of Engineering

Staff Profile

Dr Salaheddine Ethni

Research Associate / MSc Project Supervisor

Background

Background

Dr Salaheddine graduated from Bright Star University of Technology, Libya, with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Electrical Engineering in 1994, specializing in Automatic Control. He then studied for an MSc in Automation and Control, Newcastle University, UK in 2004, followed by a PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2011 from the same university. He joined the Electrical Power research group, School of Engineering, Newcastle University in September 2005.

Previous industrial experience:

Five years industry experience with Nissan, Renault and Radford.

Roles and Responsibilities:

MSc Postgraduate Supervision: EEE8097: Individual Project and EEE8084: Individual Project

Co-supervisor of several PhD students

As a project supervisor has steered 140 postgraduate students to MSc graduation so far in their areas of, power electrical converters, distributed generation systems, photovoltaic systems and automation & control.

Research Interests & Area of expertise:

Nature-inspired optimization algorithms, Control of electric drives, system identification (parameter estimation) of power electronic systems, electric power generation, condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of electrical machines, power electronic converters, adaptive control of power electronic systems, stand-alone and grid-connected PV systems and system simulation, modelling using Matlab/Simulink and Parkinson disease.

Previous Positions

Teaching fellow / MSc project supervisor (Newcastle University)

RA / MSc project supervisor (Newcastle University)

Teaching Assistant (Al Jabal Al Gharbi University) 

Memberships:

Member of the Electrical Power research group https://www.ncl.ac.uk/engineering/research/eee/power/

Languages:

English, Arabic

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Research

Salaheddine is a member of the Electrical Power research group and his profile can be viewed on Google Scholar

Research Interests & Area of expertise:

Nature-inspired optimization algorithms, Control of electric drives, system identification (parameter estimation) of power electronic systems, electric power generation, condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of electrical machines, power electronic converters, adaptive control of power electronic systems, stand-alone and grid-connected PV systems and system simulation, modelling using Matlab/Simulink and Parkinson disease.




Teaching

MSc Postgraduate Supervision

EEE8097: Individual Project,

EEE8084: Individual Project

co-supervisor of several PhD students


Publications