Moslem Uddin is a highly motivated and accomplished microgrid researcher, currently pursuing a PhD in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia. He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Prime University, Bangladesh in 2014, with a research focus on power and energy.
In 2019, Moslem Uddin completed his Master's degree by research from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia, where he conducted research on microgrids from UTP Centre for Smart Grid Energy Research (CSMER). He has published his research in top-ranked journals and conferences, including Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review, Energy, and Infrastructure.
Moslem Uddin has a strong interest in microgrid research including energy management, integration of renewables and feasibility analysis. He has received numerous awards and scholarships for his academic excellence and research contributions, including the Chancellor's Gold medal for securing the highest CGPA at the undergraduate level, the Graduate Assistant Scheme from UTP in 2016, and a tuition fee assistant with a research stipend from UNSW in 2021.
Moslem Uddin is actively engaged in the academic community, serving as a review editor for the Frontiers in Energy Research journal and a reviewer for Elsevier, Springer Nature Group, IEEE, and various conferences. He also served as the Technical Program Chair at IEEE SCOReD Conference in 2019 (Malaysia) and was an Executive Member of the IEEE Student Branch-UTP from 2018 to 2019.
With his extensive research experience, academic achievements, and dedication to the field, Moslem Uddin is poised to make significant contributions to the field of electrical engineering and microgrid research.