Mohamad Alzayed received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Power Engineering in 2011. His career has spanned both academia and industry with more than 14 years of experience in control and electrical energy resources, grid management and efficiency, electrical design and contracting, and team and project management. He has sound knowledge in renewable energy, smart systems, SCADA and BMS design and programming systems, industrial control and automation. Since 2019, he has been a member of the Intelligent Robotic and Energy Systems (IRES) research group, Department of Electronics, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada. His teaching experience includes Energy Distribution and Efficient Utilization, Sustainable Energy Systems, Power Systems and Control, Electric Machines, and Power Electronics. Dr. Al Zayed also directed to many short courses on different topics such as Sustainable energy, the fundamental of Electrical Engineering, Power sys¬tems analysis, Power systems operational and control, Electric machines, Electrical power distributions and Power systems planning. His research focuses on power electronics and the development of control algorithms for control of electric machines and control of power electronic converters for solar and wind renewable energy systems, real-time simulations, and battery applications.