Executive Heads

Dawud Ansari

Dawud Ansari

Dawud Ansari is a researcher at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) and a PhD fellow in (mathematical) economics with a focus on computational equilibrium modelling for energy, resources, and development (in the Middle East). Until now, he has worked for the prominent Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) and the Berlin School of Economics and Law. He has multiple years of experience in university teaching and holds a bachelor's from Berlin Institute of Technology where he graduated as best of his year and is mainly responsible for the EADP’s administration and teaching.

CV / LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dawudansari
Email: ansari(at)eadp.eu


EADP Fellows

Pascale Harb

Pascale Harb

Pascale Harb’s field of excellence is Energy Economics and Development. Holding multiple outstanding degrees in economics and econometrics (BS/MS/MA) from the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education Institution and renowned American University of Beirut, Pascale currently pursues an MBA degree in Energy Management at TU Berlin’s EUREF campus. She has gained previous work experience in PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as via numerous projects in the non-profit sector, among them Greening Africa Together and Save the Children International. Pascale is EADP’s main contact for projects in Lebanon.

LinkedIn profile
Email: pascale.harb(at)eadp.eu

Martha Hoffmann

Martha Hoffmann

Martha Hoffmann is a graduate student in renewable energy systems at TU Berlin and works on the intersection between applied energy and electrical engineering. In particular, Martha researches and directs our project tasks in comparative power grid infrastructures and generation, focusing on the concept of swarm grids and grid simulations. She holds a bachelor in energy and process engineering from TU Berlin and has completed an exchange program with Irkutsk State University. Martha has already worked for the Institute of Ecological Economics (IÖW).

Email: martha.hoffmann(at)eadp.eu

Matteo Micheli

Matteo Micheli

Matteo Micheli is a master's student in mechanical engineering at TU Berlin and holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Sapienza University of Rome. He has an outstanding record of proven experience in translating his academic knowledge into practical results in the form of applied engineering and project management, leading him for example to the Best Student-Led Project award at the Maker Faire Rome 2015. As an EADP fellow, Matteo is mainly concerned with methods of solar water heating.

LinkedIn profile
Email: matteo.micheli(at)eadp.eu

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Hashem al-Kuhlani

Hashem al-Kuhlani

Hashem al-Kuhlani is an undergraduate student of energy engineering, concentrating on interdisciplinary energy studies. Due to his personal background, Hashem has intense knowledge and profound experience of politics and bureaucratic processes in the Middle East. Hence, Hashem is mostly responsible for networking aspects, including taking care of the local population, international cooperations, and contacting important stakeholders.

Email: hkk(at)eadp.eu

Project group in SS 2015

The EADP team in 2015. Hashem al-Kuhlani, Ahmad Hafez, Dawud Ansari


Past members

Ahmad Hafez

Ahmad Hafez

Ahmad Hafez holds a master's degree in energy engineering from the Berlin Institute of Technology and a bachelor's in electrical engineering (Very Good with Honours) from Ain Shams University, Cairo. Ahmad has worked, researched, and volunteered in various famous companies and institutions, including ABB, the IEEE, and the Helmholtz Centre Berlin. Due to this unique background and his many years of experience, Ahmad became absolutely proficient in a variety of academic fields and applied technologies, what makes him the perfect counsellor for the EADP’s questions on electricity grids. Currently, Ahmad works as an engineering consultant for smart metering systems.

CV / LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ahmadihafez
Email: hafez(at)eadp.eu