Mutasim EssaDecember 1, 2019
Mohamed ShaklabDecember 1, 2019
Mohamed joined APSEY fourth round. During his internship, mohamed supported a number of projects mainly Taqaway sustainable energy portal and EE public lighting initiative.
After his internship, he completed a Master’s degree in Energy Systems at the University of Toronto’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. He also published a peer-reviewed research on computer modelling of energy storage materials and a peer-reviewed research on incorporating computer simulations in teaching electronics for energy applications.
Currently, Mohamed is pursuing a PhD at the University of Toronto doing further research on energy storage technology.
About APSEY program, Mohamed says:
“Being an APSEY intern is unique in many ways. It’s a very interesting position to be in for a bird’s eye view of the current energy situation in the MENA region, and I can comfortably give RCREEE credit for most of what I learned about that. There are few other opportunities in the energy industry where interns get to work closely with a diverse team of engineers, political scientists, finance experts, and lawyers. RCREEE also enables interns to get involved right away and make major contributions. We routinely engaged with various stakeholders from various organizations, backgrounds, cultures, and countries. This, combined with RCREEE’s commitment to best practices in research and capacity building, is APSEY’s biggest strength.”