Dr. Zuher Alnasir has been working for Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu under the education sector for more than 19 years. He obtained his BSc , MSc , and PhD, respectively, from KFUPM, Newcastle University in United Kingdom , and University of Waterloo in Canada. He is currently an assistant professor of Electrical Engineering specialized in Motors and Drives, Power and Energy , and Renewable Energy. He is registered with Publons as a reviewer of many researches in the field of Renewable Energy Systems. In addition to his teaching duties, he has been assigned in many administrative positions . He is currently appointed as the deputy of planning and development at Jubail Industrial College.
2016 Doctor of philosophy in Electrical Engineering (with Distinction)
University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
2008 Master of science in Electric Power (with Distinction).
University of Newcastle, England, United Kingdom
2002 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (with Honor).
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia
البحوث والمنشورات العلمية
Z. Alnasir, and M. Kazerani, "A small-scale standalone wind energy conversion system featuring SCIG, CSI and a novel storage integration scheme," Journal of Renewable Energy, ELSEVIER, vol. 89, pp. 360-370, 2016.
Z. Alnasir, and M. Kazerani, "An analytical literature review of stand-alone wind energy conversion system from generator viewpoint," Journal of Renewable and sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 28, issue. C, pp. 597-615, 2013.
Z. Alnasir, "Inter Turn Fault Analysis of a Permanent Magnet Machine Using Finite Element," International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Volume 2 No. 6, June, 2012.
- Z.Alnasir, "PMSG –Based Off-Grid Wind Energy Supply System Using Full Scale Power Converters," International Journal of Wind and Renewable Energy, Volume 1 Issue 4 (Page, 165-173), ISSN: 2277-3975. 2012.
Z. Alnasir, and M. Kazerani, "'Dynamic Average Modeling of a CSI-based Small-Scale Standalone Wind Energy Conversion System," IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference EPEC2018, Oct 10-11, 2018, Toronto, CANADA.
Z. Alnasir, and M. Kazerani, "A dump load-less standalone wind energy conversion system supplying a generic load," IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference EPEC 2016, October 12-14, 2016, Ottawa, Canada.
Z. Alnasir, and M. Kazerani, "Performance Comparison of Standalone SCIG and PMSG-Based Wind Energy Conversion Systems," IEEE 27th Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, May 2014, pp. 1-6.
- Z. Alnasir, and M. Kazerani, "Standalone SCIG-based wind energy conversion system using Z-source inverter with energy storage integration," IEEE 27th Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, May 2014, pp. 1-6.
Sept 2016 – Present : Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Jubail Industrial College
March 2022 – present : Deputy of Planning and Development at Jubail Industrial College
March 2020 – Feb 2022 : Head of Planning Section at Jubail Industrial College
Sept 2018 – Feb 2020 : Director of Electrical Power Engineering Technology Program at Jubail Industrial College
Sept 2017 – Aug 2018 : Deputy Chairman of the EEET Department at Jubail Industrial College
2021 : Certificate of Appreciation for the outstanding Contributions to the Successful Curriculum Review Project of JIC educational Programs.
2020 : Achievements Award for active role in preparation for the successful completion of JIC-ABET Accreditation Renewal Project.
2019 : A ward Plaque in recognition for participating as a session chair at the 2019 SAUDI ROBOTICS Conference & Expo.
2017: Certificate of Appreciation from the RCJ education Sector in recognition of active research efforts in the Education Sector.
Oct 2021: 5 days workshop in Key Performance Indicators (KPI) .
June 2021: 3 days training in Advanced Methods for Procedures Simplification.
Dec 2020 : 3 days training in Strategic Planning
May 2020: online training courses in IOT, Data Analysis, and the digitized Grid, Executive Planning, Job performance management, Work Ethics, change management, motivating employees, and administrative supervision.
June 2019: 5 days training in Energy Management Essentials, London, UK.
March 2019: 12 hours training in Outcomes of Programs and Courses by NCAAA.
July 2018: 5-day solar PV design & Installation Workshop, Manitoba , Canada.
May 2018: 14 hours training in Instructional Design Principles for Adult Learning Online and in the Classroom by IACET.
Jan 2018: training in Quality Management System (ISO 9001”2015) fundamentals and Principles.
Sept 2017: 5-days training on Generator technology, Grid connection, Wind generator, Photovoltaic, HVDC Transmission, Protection and Smart Grid at Lucass-Nuelle Training Center, Germany.
Aug 2017: 5 days training in Electrical Distribution Systems by EPIC, Canada.