Meet IEEE YP Regional Representatives around the world.
Open positions in Regions 2 (Eastern United States), 5 (Southwestern United States), and 6 (Western United States). Contact John Hofman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in any of the positions.
Region 1: Northeastern United States
I am currently a junior at the University of Connecticut pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering with interests in Power engineering. I’m involved in the honors program at the University and hope to get involved in research this year.
I’m a highly driven student with very good organizational and time management skills. I have strong interpersonal skills and have experience working in a team setting.
Region 3: Southern United States
Daniel Diaz graduated from the University of Puerto Rico (Mayagüez Campus) with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree specialized in Power Systems. He has enjoyed being an IEEE member, both student and professional, since 2006. He currently serves as the vice chair for the Atlanta PES chapter and Region 3 YP representative; professionally, Daniel works for Southern Company as a Protection and Control Applications engineer helping protect the transmission grid for the state of Georgia.
Region 4: Mid-Western USA
Rohith Goura received my bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from JNT University, India in 2014.He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He initiated and chaired two IEEE PES Student branch chapters in India and in the United States. He was awarded second prize for Innovative Project Contest at IEEE All India Student Congress (IEEE AISC) 2013 and also Galileo Master Certificate from the European Energy Center. His research interests include Power conversion and control for renewable energy interface, especially PV and Wind, smart-grids, and power system analysis and protection.
Region 7: Canada
Adenusi Opeyemi Adebisi
CEO of Hopscom Technology and Head of training at Jobberman , a jobs search website in Nigeria. Opeyemi has been involved in the search Training industry for 9 years and has trained a lot for some for major brands internationally. Opeyemi’s unique insight has established him as an industry thought leader, and often contributes to industry leading publications and conferences. Now he has his own company Hopscom Technology found in 2010. Opeyemi is a member of many international organizations to include IEEE and NSBE.
Region 8: Europe and Middle East
Anwar Ahmad Sabri
In IEEE, Anwar is currently working as a volunteer in IEEE YP UAE Section, R8. He is dealing with all the activities of IEEE DAY in the UAE SECTION. In 2012, he received the IEEE Day Photo Contest Award. Only 10 members were selected all over the world for this award. Link: www.ieeeday.org By profession, he is working as a Design Electrical Engineer in Dubai, UAE.
Region 8: Africa
Princess obtained her degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Covenant University in Ota, Nigeria. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and working as a field engineer. She is active in her community by promoting females in STEM and mentoring women in engineering.
Region 9: Australia and Latin America
IEEE Region 9 Representative, Australia
Thiago Alencar is Ph.D. student and management engineering student at Federal University of ABC (UABC) in Brazil. Originally from Santos, Brazil, he attended the Federal University of ABC in Sao Paulo, where he completed a bachelor degree in science and technology, B.S. degree in aerospace engineering and M.Sc. degree in Energy in 2009, 2011, and 2012, respectively. His main research interests include optimization of hydropower plants operation and transfer of water between rivers. He was chairman of PES professional chapter for 2 years (01/2010-12/2011) in South Brazil Section. Currently, he is an advisor in PES Student Chapter at UFABC (Brazil) and PES Student Chapter at Monash University (Australia). He founded two PES Student Chapters in Brazil and Australia.
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Region 10: Asia and Pacific
IEEE Region 10 Representative, Pakistan
Hassaan Idrees is from Karachi, Pakistan. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering from National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) and Arizona State University (ASU), respectively, the latter on Fulbright scholarship. Hassaan is an active member of IEEE, having served in various capacities locally and internationally, including Regions 6 and 10. He has been associated with the PES since college, having served as a volunteer and a professional for PES activities, including the PES T&D. He currently works as an Assistant Manager at K-Electric, a vertically integrated electric utility in southern Pakistan. His work deals in energy efficiency, integration of renewable electrical energy systems, and demand side management. In off time, he is working on a microgrid project in rural Sindh. Hassaan is passionate about energy, and hopes to improve the power system of Pakistan.
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