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Dr.Ali Ahmed Adam Ismail Academic RankAssistant Professor

Specialization:

  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, March 2007.

Research Interests:

  • Torque ripples and noise reduction in permanent magnet synchronous motor.​

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- Ph.D. 2002-2007 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Yildiz Technical University-Turkey, Electrical– Electronics Faculty, Electrical Engineering Department, Control & Automation Program. Thesis: “TORQUE RIPPLES AND NOISE REDUCTION IN PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR” - M.Sc 1994-1997 Master of Science. Electrical Engineering, Baghdad University, Iraq: Thesis: ”ONE PHASE INVERTER FED THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR” - B.Sc. : 1985-1991 Bachelor (honor 1st Class) Khartoum University. Sudan Faculty of Engineering Electrical Department
- 2013- to date: Assistant Prof, University of Sharjah, UAE - 2013- 2013 Assistant Prof. Fatih Universit, Turkey - 2012-2013 Head, department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan - 2010-2013 Assistant Prof. in Electric-Electronic dept. Faculty of Eng. Fatih University- Istanbul / Turkey - Associated Prof. (since 2010) in Electric-Electronic dept. Faculty of Eng. Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan
Reviewer in the following journal: - IEEE Transaction on Industrial Electronics - IEEE Transaction on Mechatronics - IJE-International Journal of Electronics - The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, (COMPEL) - Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory (SIMPAT)
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ali_Adam?ev=prf_highl
Sensor-less DTC of PMSM with minimum torque ripples (Project no 140452); University of Sharjah 2014
 Ali Ahmed Adam and Kayhan Gulez , “Differential Mode Modeling of PMSM for high frequency and harmonic pulses calculation”, Asian Journal of Control, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 1–8, January 2015  Ali Ahmed Adam and Kayhan Gulez, "Reduction of torque pulsation and noises in PMSM with hybrid filter topology", Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, Vol. 19, No. 1, Jan. 2011, pp. 350 – 361  Ali Ahmed Adam, Kayhan Gulez and Halit Pastaci, “A direct torque control algorithm for permanent magnet synchronous motors with minimum torque pulsation and reduced electromagnetic interference noise”, International Journal of Electronics, Vol. 96, No. 11, November 2009, 1191–1196  A. A. Adam, K. Gulez, “A New Sensorless Hysteresis Direct Torque Control Algorithm for PMSM with Minimum Torque Ripples”, COMPEL, Vol.28, No.2, p.p. 437-453, April 2009.  Adam A. A. and Gulez K., “Fast response adaptive fuzzy logic controller for sensorless direct torque control of PMSM with minimum torque ripple “, The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, (COMPEL), Vol. 27 No. 2, 532-549, (2008).  Ali Ahmed Adam, Kayhan Gulez and Selim Köroğlu, "Stray magnetic field distributed around a PMSM", Turk J Elec Eng & Comp Sci, Vol. 19, No. 1, Jan. 2011, pp. 119-131  Gulez K., Adam A. A., Pastacı H., “Torque Ripples and EMI Noise Minimization in PMSM Using Active Filter Topology and Field Oriented Control”, IEEE-Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Vol. 55, No. 1, Jan. (2008).  Kayhan Gulez and Ali A. Adam “High-Frequency Common-Mode Modeling of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors”, IEEE TRANS. ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, Vol. 50, No. 2, 423-426, May (2008).  Nurettin Umurkan, Selim Koroglu, Osman Kilic and Ali A. Adam “A neural network based estimation method for magnetics hielding At extremely low frequencies”, Expert System with Application, 2010, p.p 3195-3201,  S. Koroglu, A. A. Adam, N. Umurkan and K. Gulez, “Leakage Magnetic Flux Density in the Vicinity of Induction Motor During Operation”, Electrical Engineering, Springer Berlin / Heidelber Volume 91, Number 1 / June, 2009 g Pages:15-21 International Conference Publications:  A. Elnady; A. Adam , “Multilevel inverter operated by voltage orientation control”, 5th International Conference on Electronic Devices, Systems and Applications (ICEDSA) , 6-8 Dec 2016 , Ras-Al_Khaima, UAE, Pages: 1 - 4, DOI: 10.1109/ICEDSA.2016.7818466  Ali A. Adam ,and Amr M. Al-Nady, “EVALUATION OF ELECTRIC POWER ENGINEERING COURSES AT UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH”, 7th International Forum on Engineering Education (IFEE2015) , 17-19 March 2015, Sharjah.  Ali Adam; A. Elnady; Amer Ghias “A novel multilevel DC chopper supplying DC motor”, 5th International Conference on Electronic Devices, Systems and Applications (ICEDSA), 6-8 Dec 2016, Ras-Al_Khaima, UAE, Pages: 1 - 5, DOI: 10.1109/ICEDSA. 2016.7818494.  Ali Ahmed Adam and Kayhan Gulez , “Stray Electromagnetic Field Distribution around Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drive”, IEEE IECON’2009, 3-5 Nov. 2009 PORTO PORTUGAL pp. 1796-1801  Ali Ahmed Adam and Kayhan Gulez,” Hybrid Filter Topology to Minimize Harmonics and EMI Noise in PMSM with HDTC “, IEEE IECON’2009, 3-5 Nov. 2009 PORTO PORTUGAL, pp 1582-1587  Ali Ahmed Adam, “Accurate Modeling of PMSM for Differential Mode current and Differential Torque Calculation”, ICCEEE 2013, 26-28 Khartoum, Sudan, Page(s): 103 – 109  Ali Ahmed Adam, Kayhan Gulez,Ibrahim Aliskan, Yusuf Altun, Rahmi Guclu, Muzaffer Metin, "Steering DTC Algorithm for IPMSM Used in Electrical Vehicle (EV)- with Fast Response andMinimum Torque Ripple ", Advanced Motion Control AMC, Nagaoka Japan, Mar. 2010 IEEE, 21-24, pp. 279-283 Books and Chapters:  Ali Ahmed Adam and Kayhan Gulez “Torque control of PMSM and Associated Harmonic Ripples”, a chapter in: “Torque Control”, INTECH , India, ISBN 978-953-307-428-3, 2011, p.153-198  Ali Ahmed Adam Ismail, “Torque Ripple and Noise Control in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor”, Scholars' Press /2014-12-22 Paperback / 228 Pages, ISBN-13: 9783639669060
Sensor-less DTC of PMSM with minimum torque ripples (Project no 140452); University of Sharjah 2014
acknowledgement as static letter from INTECH in Jan 20,2014 about my published chapter “Torque Control of PMSM and Associated Harmonic Ripples” published in the book “ Torque Control, 2011” that it has reached 10000 download
- Strategic Plan Committee member - Accreditation Committee member - Specialty Group of “CONTROL & POWER” member
My teaching philosophy depends on two essential points: 1- How to transfer information to students during lecturing bearing in mind that the level of understanding may vary greatly between students, so effective communication is one of my concern 2- In electrical engineering, applications in real world is the goal of studying different theorems. Thus connecting whatever I teach to real world is one of my core coals. As an instructor, bearing in mind that I am responsible for the clear and deliberate communication of course material. Normally I start with the identification of course goals and thereafter what are expected in the course, and in order to be sure that students have the adequate bases for the course, intensive questions about their level concerning the course items when introduced will be conducted and in conclusion one or two lectures will be devoted to support their previous background. That because I believe that only when the back ground is strong, the communication with students will be easier. My experience has shown that generally students learn theorems better when provided with examples, thus whenever heavy theorems are provided I am trying hard to provide examples especially numerical one (if applicable) to clarify the theorems points. Bearing in minds that engineering tools being applied to solve real-world problems , so involving real world problems in subject can increase interest in a subject, therefore always I am trying to conducts some applications hold the same ideas and here normally I am trying to increase the interest of the students to the subjects by providing as assignment a number of related projects with presentation from real world applications. To worm the lecturing process I attract the attention of students by many questions and encourage them to ask questions and express their points of view and provide ideas for the current subject.
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