Fathalla Eldali received his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Omar Al-Mukhtar University and his Master’s Degree from Colorado State University in 2012. His academic background is in power systems, power electronics converters, rotating machines design and drives. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at the Advanced Power Engineering Laboratory (APEL) at CSU. His main areas of interest are electric power systems, grid integration of renewable energy, and Demand Side Management. He is currently pursuing an effort of co-optimizing the output variability of wind power and the availability of electric vehicles in the distribution grid for charging/discharging. He has 4 conference papers and one journal paper published. He also has 2 more journal papers and one conference paper under review. He worked for National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) as a summer graduate intern for the summer of 2015 and 2016. He also has been working as a teacher assistant in the ECE department at CSU since Fall 2015. He is the former Power and Energy Society (PES) chapter chair of the High Plains IEEE Section.
Fathalla Eldali’s research:
electrical engineering, power systems, power electronics converters, rotating machines design and drives, electric power systems, grid integration of renewable energy, and Demand Side Management