The committee is delighted to welcome our exceptional invited speakers representing a wide range of areas in Engineering & Science research.

Professor Talal Yusaf

Central Queensland University – Australia

Title: Hydrogen production challenges & future prospective

Professor Talal Yusaf currently hold the position of Chief Business Development Officer at Aviation Australia, Queensland Government Australia and Adjunct Professor at Central Queensland University. Professor Yusaf commenced his role as Pro Vice Chancellor, International and Partnership at Federation University Australia in September 2018, and was the Executive Director (International and Research Partnership) at University of Southern Queensland (2008-2018). Professor Yusaf’s international university career has included teaching, research and management positions in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the United Kingdom and in Queensland for the last 30 years.

Professor Yusaf holds PhDs in renewable energy and biotechnology and has a strong research background in Alternative Fuel (Biofuel and Hydrogen) and environmental pollution, and mechanical method for water treatment. Professor Yusaf’s academic qualifications include BSc (Hons) UoT Baghdad 1987, PhD1 USQ Queensland Australia and PhD2 National Uni UKM Malaysia 1999. Professor Yusaf has supervised over 50 PhD and Postgraduate students and has written and contributed to over 165 journals and 10 books.

Prof. Dr. Ali AL-Ahmer

Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, USA

Professor in Mechanical & Alternative Energy Engineering. Have 9 years of experience in research and teaching, gained from working at universities in Jordan, USA, Australia, and Germany.

He is a professor and visiting scholar at Auburn University in the Industrial and Systems Engineering department from Feb. 2022-until now. Alahmer is a professor in the mechanical engineering department, Tafila technical university, 2022.  Chairman of Mechanical Engineering Department at Tafila Technical University, 2020-2021. Associate Prof. in the alternative energy technology department, faculty of engineering, Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan (ZU), Jordan, 2019, as sabbatical leave. Alahmer received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University, SC, USA in 2011. He joined the ME department at the Tafila Technical University (TTU), Jordan, in 2012 as Assistant Professor. His research concerns emission control, human comfort, renewable energy, alternative fuel, and air conditioning system. Alahmer got an Australian Endeavour scholarship and fellowship from August 15, 2015, to January 31, 2016, at the school of engineering and ICT, University of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS, Australia as a visiting researcher professor. Moreover, he got a (DFG) scholarship from June 1, 2017, to August 31, 2017, at Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe – University of Applied Science, Höxter, Germany. Dr. Alahmer got the award of the best second design for participating in the Formula Student Class II-2018 competition, 11-14 July, in the UK among 36 international universities. Dr. Alahmer had several publications in more than 58 articles in privileged journals and conferences. Furthermore, he published a book and a chapter. He has 1221 citations according to google scholar.

Alternative Fuel and Combustion Renewable Energy Thermal Human Comfort Air Conditioning Systems
Electronics Manufacturing