Tamer Khatib is a Researcher at Sohar University, Sohar, Oman and an Editor for the International Journal of Advanced Renewable Energy Research and the International Journal of Computer Engineering and Sciences. Khatib obtained a B.S. degree in electrical power systems from An-Najah National University, Palestine as well as an M.S. degree and a Ph.D. degree in photovoltaic power systems from National University of Malaysia, Malaysia. His research interests include photovoltaic systems design and optimization, modeling and control of PV systems, hybrid PV/wind systems, hybrid PV/diesel systems, grid-connected PV systems, sun trackers, MPPT technology, inverters in PV system, solar chargers, batteries and charge controllers, solar energy fundamentals, solar energy prediction, AI applications for solar energy and PV systems, wind power systems, wind chargers, and wind energy modeling and prediction. He authors 1 patent, 1 book, and 45 research articles. He also served as a scientific committee member for 19 international conferences, lectured 4 courses for undergraduate students, supervised 1 Ph.D. research, 1 master research, and 5 bachelor researches, and delivered 8 training courses. He is a Member of IEEE, IEEE Power and Energy Society, The International Solar Energy Society, Jordanian Engineers Association, Palestinian Solar and Sustainable Energy Association, and International Association of Engineers.
Biography Updated on 29 April 2014