Keynote Speaker YD



American University of Iraq, Sulaimani

Associate Editor of Nano-Micro Letters (Q1)

Editor-in-Chief of Experimental and Theoretical NANOTECHNOLOGY

Editor-in-Chief of World Journal of Nano Science and Engineering

Presentation Title:

Renewable Energy Management and Economics


To achieve sustainability and energy production, the utilizing of renewable energy sources is increasing dramatically. To fulfill this requirement, the optimal management of energy resources is evitable against climate changes. The rural areas management still need to use the strategy and concept of urban planning and design, which is laborious and time-consuming. It scientifically explains the strategic concept to revitalize the suburbs for conducting a specific work on wonderful planning of suburbs. Sharing energy management of centralized coordination and network from interactive energy viewpoint, may guide to increasing the viability of economy, otherside, to track degradation of battery is important to assess the flexibility and performance of energy. It is to formulate an energy framework of synergistic interaction for managing flexible energy systems of wind-solar energies, static and mobile energies, and energy storage of batteries for different and varied buildings. The optimized size with management of energy strategy as a transition towards 100% sustainability to investigate a renewable energy-based microgrid. Also, to research economies decarbonization, it is required to address climate change. This is for understanding consumers’ and firms’ incentives in availability of required information for determining important interaction, design and stature of markets on the intensity of competition. Different studies have focused on the power sector economics under high penetration of variable renewable energy (VRE) following its expansion. It is utilized detailed linear programming optimization model and cumulative residual loads (CRL) to prove a useful estimation for the required energy storage capacities to understand a complex substitution of power storage and generation technologies.


Prof. Dr. Yarub Al-Douri is from American University of Iraq, Sulaimani. Al-Douri has gained Doctorat D’etat in Materials Science (2000), MSc in Physics (1995) and BSc in Physics (1991). He was appointed Full-Professor, Visiting Professor, Adjunct Professor, Consultant Expert, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Research Fellow (A), Scientific Collaborator and Post-doc in Iraq, Malaysia, Turkey, Algeria, Yemen, Singapore, Germany and France, respectively. Al-Douri has initiated Nanotechnology Engineering MSc Program and Nano Computing Laboratory, the first initiatives in Malaysia. He has received numerous accolades including World’s Top 2% Scientist Career-Long Citation Impact by Stanford University, USA 2020, World’s Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University, USA 2021 & 2020, OeAD Award, Austria 2020, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Award 2019, Asian Universities Alliance (AUA) Award 2019, Iraqi Forum for Intellectuals and Academics Award (IFIA) 2019, TWAS-UNESCO Associateship (Twice) Award 2015 & 2012 and Best Paper Award at Global Conference on Energy and Sustainable Development in UK 2015, the total is 69 awards. He has more than quarter century experience of research, teaching, administrative and editorial board works, organizing events, research grants and consultations, in addition to more than 743 publications currently including patents, books, chapters review, papers, articles and conferences and US$ 4.5M research grants. Al-Douri has citations = 8212, h-index = 41 and i10-index = 241 for the moment. He has graduated under his own supervision many of PhD and MSc students. Al-Douri is Associate Editor of Nano-Micro Letters (Q1), Editor-in-Chief of Experimental and Theoretical NANOTECHNOLOGY, Editor-in-Chief of World Journal of Nano Science and Engineering, Editor and Peer-reviewer of different international journals, member of different international scientific associations. His research field focuses on renewable energy, modelling and simulation, semiconductors, optical studies, nanoelectronics and nanomaterials.  

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