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TAMALI Mohammed

Head of research team (SimulIA Team, ENERGARID Lab.) - Electrical Engineering at Bechar University | Bechar , Algeria

Computer Sciences, Creative Arts and Design, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Mathematics and Statistics, Performing/Visual Arts, Social Work
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Creative Arts and Design, Engineering, Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Sciences, Performing/Visual Arts, Environmental Studies, Social Work
Research Keywords:
System theory, Optimization, Modeling, Simulation, Power Electrical System
Mohammed Tamali was born in Bechar in Algeria, on August 20th, 1960. He graduated from USTO-MB, Oran, and studied at the same University of Sciences and Technologies Oran-Mohamed Boudiaf Oran. His employment experience includes the EPTP Bechar Company/Bechar, and the CERIST, ISP Algerian Company. He received a M.Sc. in 1996 in Energetical physics at Bechar University and the Ph.D degree from the University of Sciences and Technology of Oran, Algeria in 2007. 2013 he received his Professor degree in Electrical Engineering. His special fields of interest include power electrical systems, scientific computing tools, sustainable development, environmental studies applied to distributed electrical network optimization, and system theory as applied to power systems. He has been a research professor at the University of Bechar since 1986.
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