PhD candidate in the Energy Technology department
I obtained a Mechanical Engineering degree at the Applied Science Private University, Jordan in 2011. For two years after, I worked in mechanical testing and conformity analysis for imports and exports in Jordan and Saudi Arabia. In 2013, I was awarded the Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals (SISGP) to prusue a masters degree in sustainable energy engineering at KTH, which I obtained in late 2015. In the beginning of 2016, I began working as a research engineer in the energy technology department at KTH in which I started my PhD by the end of that year.
- Thermal Energy Storage (modeling, design, performance and exergy)
- Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage ATES
- Hydraulic and Thermal Modeling or Geothermal energy storage
- Ground Source Heat Pump Systems (operation, fault detection and diagnosis)
- Large Scale Geothermal Plants Monitoring (Big Data Management, data acquisition and performance analysis)
- Energy systems
- Distributed Temperature Sensing using laser & fiber optic cables (installation, calibration, uncertainty and data processing)
My goal is to build a leading research group in ground source heat pump and geothermal energy storage areas at KTH. I enjoy research, teaching as well as spreading knowledge and solidifying the connection between academia and industry.
- Assistant in MJ1103 Intoduction to Mechanical Engineering
- Assistant in MJ2407 Sustainable Energy Utilization
- Assistant in MJ2422 Thermal Comfort and Indoor Climate
- Assistant in MJ2423 Applied Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology
- Assistant in MJ2443 Heating, Cooling and Indoor Climate
- PhD students' representative at the Energy Technology Department
- Member of the SI Network for Future Global Leaders
- Member of the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA)
- Science, technology and sports enthusiast.
- Active athlete (coaching/competing/practicing): basketball, cross-fit, triathlon, kickboxing and climbing.