Mohamed Belkhayat, Ph.D.

Mohamed Belkhayat

Mohamed Belkhayat, Ph.D.

Department: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Electrical Engineering


Dr. Belkhayat is a principal scientist with Huntington Ingalls serving as a power and energy subject matter expert. He has been working in the field for over 25 years.

He earned a Ph.D. in energy systems from Purdue University in 1997. The stability methods he developed in his thesis became a standard approach in the IEEE literature. He has published numerous papers on the stability of integrated DC and AC power systems, and he holds several patents in the field. His research spans a wide range of energy sources and conversion machines, including nuclear, hydrocarbon, wind, solar, sea waves., medium voltage power electronics, and rotating machinery.

Dr. Belkhayat has an extensive background in teaching energy conversion, controls, and modeling and simulation. He shared his expertise at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, and at Qatar University before joining the faculty of the George Washington University as an adjunct professor.