Prof. Essam A. Al-Ammar, PhD, MBA, PMP, PBA, RMP, DX, CX

(أ.د. عصام بن عبدالعزيز العمار)

Professor of Electrical Energy

(أستاذ الطاقة الكهربائية)

Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering, King Saud University
PO BOX 800
Riyadh 11421
Saudi Arabia
Office: 2C41
Tel: +966-11-4670593

Postgraduate (PG) diploma (Distection) in Digital Business, EMERITUS Institute of Management, Singapore,  in collaboration with MIT Sloan Executive Education and Columbia Business School, 2021
MBA (Master Business Administration), York St John University, York, UK, 2021 ​
PhD Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona, USA, 2007
MS.c University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, 2003
BS.c (Honor) King Saud University Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1997

Research/ topics Interests:

- Smart Grid
- Electrical Energy and Power
- Renewable Energy
- Energy Efficiency
- Energy Economics
- Electric Vehicles
- Services/Energy Regulation
- Digital Transformation (DX)
- Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)
- Customer Experience (CX)

Topics of current interest will be offered such as 1- Renewable Energy Engineering 2- Energy Efficiency 3- Smart Grids
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