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Maysa Jehad SARSOUR

Employment experience:

2018 - 2021: Instructor (Al-Hussein Technical University, Jordan)

2016 - 2017: Electrical Site Engineer (2K, Architects / Planners / Engineers, Jordan)

2015 - 2016: Electrical Design Engineer (2K, Architects / Planners / Engineers, Jordan)

Education: 2015 - 2017: Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering/Renewable Energy (University of Jordan, Jordan) 2010 - 2014: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Hashemite University of Jordan, Jordan)

Research interests:

  • Effect of nanoparticles on the performance of solar flat plate collectors

  • Utility-scale PV defect classification and prediction using machine learning algorithms

Why is your research important?

Photovoltaic (PV) systems reliability provides an insight into these systems' capability to generate power over a specified lifetime. An accurate reliability results in better bankability. Therefore, it is important to proactively detect and predict faults and degradation to maintain PV performance. This research aims to provide a systematic solution that utilizes machine learning algorithms to classify and predict faults and degradation of utility-scale PV systems.

Why do you like research?

Research helps me to stay up to date with the current technologies, engage with the community, and build collaboration with other universities and institutions.

What do you like to do when you are not saving the world? Gym, swimming, and shopping.