Address

38 rue Molière 94200 IVRY-SUR-SEINE

Contact Information

Call: + 33 1 56 20 62 18

Email: mohamed.barara@esme.fr

Mohamed Barara

Head of the "Renewable Energy and Smart Grids" Master Program and Assistant Professor in Power Electronics

ESME

Overview of research area

Power converter, Control of renewable energy, Smart Grids.

Short biography

Mohamed Barara received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Mohammadia School of Engineering, Rabat, Morocco. He went to the University of Pitesti, Romania under the PhD mobility program. He joined the petroleum institute as a visiting research assistant at the power electronics research lab in Abu dhabi, UAE. He worked in a postdoctoral position at the University of Lyon, Ampere Lab, France. He has also worked at the UFR Sciences et Technologies Université d’Évry-Val-d’Essonne, Paris Saclay, and with the Université de Caen in Normandie, France. He is currently working as asistant professor and responsible of renewable energy and Smart grids at the School of Engineering, ESME, Paris. He also author of several scientific publications and papers presented in reviews and international conferences.

Publications

PhD of Electrical Engineering

  1. 2011-2015

    PhD of Electrical Engineering

    Mohamed V University

Head of the "Renewable Energy and Smart Grids" Master Program and Assistant Professor in Power Electronics

  1. Since 2019
    Head of the "Renewable Energy and Smart Grids" Master Program and Assistant Professor in Power Electronics
    ESME, Ivry-sur-Seine, France
  2. 2018-2019
    Temporarily attached to education and research
    University of Caen, Cherbourg, France
  3. 2017-2018
    Temporarily attached to education and research
    University of Evry, Paris-Saclay, France
  4. 2016-2017
    Postdoctoral fellow
    The Ampère Laboratory, Lyon, France
  5. 2014-2015
    Researche Assistant
    Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Awards and Prizes

  • Award of excellence in research by Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (MASEN), in partnership with the German Cooperation for Sustainable Development, GIZ and the Solar Cluster (Third Edition)