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Hussein Abdel-Halim linkedin
  • Senior Associate. McKinsey - Atlanta, GA Office
  • Email: husseinemail

Professional Bio:


Hussein Abdelhalim is current a Senior Associate in McKinsey’s Atlanta office. Hussein was a graduate student in the LIINES group from 2010 - 2012 while at MIT. He was co-advised by Professors Kamal Youcef-Toumi and Amro Farid. His research focused on power systems modeling, control, and the integration of large amounts of renewables into the electric grid.


Education:
  • 2012 MSc. Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • 2010 B.Sc. Electrical Engineering, U. of Florida, USA

Publications:
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[SPG-T02]Abdelhalim, Hussein Mohamed "Stability Effects of Frequency Controllers and Transmission Line Configurations on Power Systems with Integration of Wind Power (MIT-Coadvised)". MIT mastersthesis. pp.53. PubLink PrePrint ThesisSmart Power Grids2012
[SPG-C27]Abdelhalim, Hussein M and Farid, Amro M and Adegbege, Ambrose A and Youcef-Toumi, Kamal "Transient Stability of Power Systems with Different Configurations for Wind Power Integration". in IEEE Power and Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference. Washington, D.C., USA. 2013. pp.1--6. PubLink PrePrint Conference PaperSmart Power Grids2013
[SPG-C28]Abdelhalim, Hussein M and Farid, Amro M and Adegbege, Ambrose A and Rouco, Luis and Youcef-Toumi, Kamal "Small-Signal Stability Effects of Turbine Governors on Power Systems with High Penetrations of Integrated Wind Power". in IEEE Power and Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference. Washington, D.C., United states. 2013. pp.1--6. PubLink PrePrint Conference PaperSmart Power Grids2013
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