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Mahmoud Dhimish named in top 15 young UK scientists list

M Dhimish

28 Oct 2020

The University of Huddersfield’s Dr Mahmoud Dhimish has been named as one of the top 15 new scientists in Great Britain according to a leading index of scientific academics who have begun to publish recently.

Dr Dhimish is Senior Lecturer in Electronics and Control Engineering and has been selected by the new Mendeley 2020 science-wide author database list of standardised citation indicators as one of the top 15 science academics who have started to publish since 2015.

Over the course of the last five years, Dr Dhimish’s work in renewable energy has produced over 50 research outputs. These include discovering a 25% power loss in solar panels in some parts of the UK, and alongside Dr Peter Mather developing an ultra-fast high-resolution solar cell crack detection method.

In 2020, as a result of the University of Huddersfield proof of concept funding, Dr Dhimish published the most comprehensive analysis of 8000 photovoltaic systems distributed across the UK. He proved that the performance ratio of the PV systems in the UK could vary between 84% to 92%.

Link: Dr Mahmoud Dhimish named one of UK's top 15 young scientists - University of Huddersfield

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