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Talal Ous

Talal Ous

Research Support Services Manager for School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

(0) 20 7040 3670

Division

Research Support Services

Biography

Dr. Talal Ous received his bachelor degree in Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering from City, University of London. After completing his study, Talal was awarded the prestigious Institution of Electrical Engineers IEE prize for his outstanding performance. In 2001, he joined Hewlett-Packard/Agilent Technologies and he was one of the key developers of the next generation Fibre Optic Transceivers that were widely used in the telecommunications market. Talal then became more interested in Renewable Energy. He worked closely with Johnson Matthey and Toyota Europe on developing Fuel Cells for the automotive sector which led him to obtain in 2007 his Philosophy of Doctorate (PhD) in Energy Engineering from City. Talal published a number of journals and conference papers in the field of Fuel Cell Technologies and Integrated Energy Systems. He also patented a novel design of Instrumented Optical Pantograph that have received high interest from major rail industries. 

Talal is a charted engineer from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Mechanical Engineering (IMechE), respectively. He also holds a Certificate in Information Security Management Principles (CISMP) from the Charted Institute of IT (BCS).

Expertise

  • Costing, Pricing and Submitting Funding Proposals
  • Developing funding Proposals
  • Identifying funding opportunities
  • Research Excellence Framework (REF)
  • Research Strategy

Contact me regarding

  • Internal and external funding opportunities

Location

Room C132, Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB

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City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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