Naser graduated from Queen Mary University of London with bachelors degree in 2015. He then completed an electro-mechanical taught masters course at University College London (UCL) in 2016. During the course of his higher education in the UK, he carried out and lead several projects, both group and individual based. Naser also has a valuable industrial experience in PEM fuel cell systems integration at a leading London-based firm called Arcola Energy.
During his time at UCL Naser lead an industry-level group project, in collaboration with two other groups, which aimed at design and build of a high-efficiency hydrogen powered car. This car was then entered into the Shell Eco Marathon competition held in London Olympics Park in 2016. While at UCL, Naser self-proposed a dissertation project motivated from previous work done by IBM Research. The dissertation topic was ‘Study on reuse of heat in High Concentration Photovoltaic (HCPV) systems”.
Naser’s most important milestones were;
- Zero Emissions Bus with RAnge extension (ZEBRA) – Project at Arcola Energy Ltd, London.
- Hydrone Power System (Shell Eco Marathon) – MSc Group Project at UCL
- Study on Reuse of Heat from High Concentration Photovoltaic Systems – Nanosystems Engineering Laboratory at UCL