- 2007-Present: University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE
- 2006-2007: Visiting Staff, Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada
- 2007 (Jan.) -2007 (May): Part-time Instructor, Royal Military College, Ontario, Canada
- 2007 (Jan)- 2007 (May): Part-time Instructor , St. Laurence College, Ontario, Canada
- 2004 (Sept)-2004 (Dec): Part-time Instructor, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Elnady, M. Alshabi, A. Adam, "New Combination of Super-Twisting and Kalman Filter for Direct Power Control of Distributed Generation at Different Operations", Accepted in International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Elsevier, 2019.
Elnady, “Comparative Analysis of Several Linear Controllers with Developed Feedback Controllers for DSTATCOM”, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1-13, 2019, DOI: 10.1504/IJPEC.2019.096712.
Elnady, M. Alshabi, “Operation of Direct Power Control Scheme in Grid-Connected Mode Using Improved Sliding Mode Observer and Controller” International Journal of Emerging Power Systems, vol. 19, no. 5, 2018, DOI: 10.1515/ijeeps-2018-0041.
Elnady, A. Adam, “ Accurate self‐adaptive PI controller of direct power and voltage control for distributed generation systems”, International Transactions on Electric Energy Systems- Wiley, 2018, https://doi.org/10.1002/etep.2611.
Elnady, and A. Adam, “Decoupled State-Feedback Based Control Scheme for the distributed generation system”, Journal of Electric Power Components and Systems, Taylor and Francis, vol. 46, no. 5, 2018, https://doi.org/10.1080/15325008.2018.1453564
Elnady, and M.S. Suleiman, "SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON BETWEEN MULTILEVEL AND CONVENTIONAL INVERTERS", International Journal of Power and Energy Systems, ACTA Press, vol. 3, 2017. DOI: 10.2316/Journal.203.2017.3.203-6329
Elnady and S. Sinan, "An Improved Second‐Order Sliding Mode Control for the Distributed Generation System in Stand‐alone and Grid‐Connected Modes" International Transactions on Electric Energy Systems, Wiley, to be published in 2017, DOI: 10.1002/etep.2419
Elnady, “First Order Integral Sliding Mode Control for Active and Reactive Current of A Multilevel Inverter Based Distributed Generation Unit”, Journal of Renewable Energy & Power Quality, Vol. 1, No. 15, April 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.24084/repqj17.299. DOI:10.24084/repqj17.299.
Elnady, " Modified Vector Control for the Multilevel Inverter in Distributed Generation Environment", International Journal of Electric Power and Energy, ACTA Press, Vol. 35, No. 2,2015. DOI: 10.2316/Journal.203.2015.2.203-6149.
Elnady, A. Masoud, A. Noureldin, “Recursive Implementation of MUSIC Algorithm to Minimize Power System Disturbances”, Journal of Electric Power and Energy Systems-Elsevier, Vol. 56, pp. 9-18, 2014.
Elnady, “An Efficient Current Regulator for Multilevel Voltage Source Converter Based on A Simple Analog Control Circuit”, Journal of Circuits Systems and Computers, Vol. 22, No. 4, 2013.
Elnady, “Accurate measurement and tracking for subharmonics and interharmoncis”, Journal of Electric Power Components and Systems, Taylor and Francis-USA, vol. 40, no. 9, 2012.
Elnady, Yanfei. Liu, “A Practical Solution for Current and Voltage Fluctuation in Power Systems”, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 1339-1349, 2012.
Elnady, Yanfei. Liu, “An Efficient Current Regulator for a Power Conditioner Operated by an Innovative Strategy”, International Journal of Power Electronics, Inderscience, Vol. 4, No. 1,2012, pp. 94-118.
Elnady, “Improving the Performance of DSTATCOM Over Its Regular Performance Without Using Current Vector Control”, International Journal of Integrated Energy System, Series Publications, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2011, pp. 39-56.
Elnady, A. Noureldin, and Yanfei Liu, “Enhancement of the Current Quality Using Efficient Extraction and Mitigation Processes”, International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Elsevier, Vol. 33, No. 5, 2011, pp. 1118-1124.
Refereed Conference Papers:
A. Elnady, and A. Adam “ Multilevel Inverter Operated by Voltage Orientation Control”, 5th International Conference on Electronic Devices, Systems and Application (ICEDSA), Ras Alkhima- UAE, Dec. 2016.pp. 1-4, DOI: 10.1109/ICEDSA.2016.7818466
Ali Adam; A. Elnady; Amer Ghias “A novel multilevel DC chopper supplying DC motor”, 5th International Conference on Electronic Devices, Systems and Applications (ICEDSA), Dec. 2016 pp. 1 - 5, DOI: 10.1109/ICEDSA. 2016.7818494.
A. T. Al Sakhen, A. M. Qasim, B. Qaisieh and A. Elnady, " Experimental and Simulation Analysis for the 5-level Diode Clamped Inverter", International Conference on Electric Power and Energy Conversion Systems, Sharjah-UAE, 24-26 Nov. 2015.
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), Sharjah-UAE, March 2015.
Adam, A. Elnady, Evaluation of Electric Power Engineering Courses at University of Sharjah, 7th International Forum on Engineering Education, Sharjah, 2014.
A. Elnady, “A Power Conditioner versus A DSTATCOM for Mitigation the Current Fluctuation and Voltage Flicker” International Conference of Electric Power and Energy Conversion systems, Sharjah, 13-15 Nov. 2011.
A. Elnady, “A Comparative Study for the common Current Regulators of Multilevel and Cascaded Inverters” International Conference of Electric Power and Energy Conversion Systems, Sharjah, 13-15 Nov. 2011.
A. Elnahdy, “A Single-Phase Current Vector Control for a DSTATCOM INSTALLED in Distribution Systems” Proc. of IEEE GCC, Dubai, UAE, 19-22 Feb. 2011.
A. Elnahdy, “Improved time-based hysteresis for a Multilevel Inverter based shunt active filter”, Proc. Of the 4th Asian IASTED Conference Electrical Power and Energy Systems-ACTA Press, Thailand, Phuket, 24-26 Nov. 2010.
A. Elnady, “Mitigation of current harmonics by a modified Gauss-Newton” Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Power Electronics and Drive Systems, 2-5 Nov. Taiwan 2009.
- 2nd Place Award for the Undergraduate Senior Design Competition, University of Sharjah, 2016. (UAE)
- Sharjah Islamic Bank Research Award, University of Sharjah, 2012, (UAE)
- Outstanding Faculty Research Award, University of Sharjah, 2011, (UAE)
- Best Engineering Research Paper Award, University of Sharjah, 2011, (UAE)
- Best Senior Design Project Award, University of Sharjah, 2011, (UAE)
- Best Renewable Energy Project Idea Award, EAU University, 2011, (UAE)
- Second Award of IEEE SD Competition, Khalifa University, 2011, (UAE)
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Royal Military College, Kingston, (Canada)
- Listed in Marquis Who’s Who world edition in 2010/2011, (Sharjah)
My teaching philosophy focuses on thorough knowledge and preparation, as well as a strong commitment to connecting with the students to expand their boundaries in the area of electrical engineering. Beyond the classroom, it is important to engage students in undergraduate research programs and relevant real-world assignments.
I believe that students can accomplish more than they believe is possible. My task is to encourage and nudge them to take the intellectual risks that are fundamental to their success. In order to accomplish this, I try to empower students as much as possible by making them active participants in their own education. I often employ interactive lectures and large group discussions. Also, I make use of small group work in which students take on more responsibility for their own education. Carefully structured research projects, often a combination of individual and group efforts, provide a meaningful way for students to undergo their own intellectual explorations in a supportive and cooperative environment. These projects usually have a presentation component to them so that students can share their conclusions, while gaining competency in delivering oral and/or visual presentations.
I imagine teaching undergraduate and graduate courses as having three overlapping parts: curricula, methods, and assessments. Curricula may be understood as what instructors are teaching. It also can be viewed, however, as what students are learning, what they end up learning and what they are able (and/or are willing) to actually do with what they learn. Embracing the understanding of curricula in the latter way transfers the focus of teaching away from me as a teacher to the students who should be actively engaged. I adopt methods as a mélange of possibilities for assisting students who wish to learn something new along a range of eventualities that extends from what I want for them to what they veritably will invest time doing. Assessment, the third element, I visualize as points of convergence where all of us, teacher and students, stop to discover the gaps between what we are learning, what we ought to be learning, and what we actually are learning. Assessments, in my understanding, are the scholarship of learning. Likely, they ought to be evidence-based and flow over the duration of the course with specific course objectives. Assessments, seen this way, may take many forms, ranging from exams to one-on-one conversations.