Expert Details


Ned Djilali

Contact Information

Ned Djilali
Professor
Phone Number:(250) 721-6034
Email: 
Languages: English, French
Departments:
Mechanical Engineering
Institute for Integrated Energy Systems

Research Information

Research Description

Sustainable Energy Systems;
Fuel Cells;
Modelling and Experimental Investigation of Complex Flows, Heat and Mass Transfer; Fluid dynamics; Transport Phenomena; Aerospace, aeronautical and automotive engineering; Continuum mechanics; Energy conversion and distribution; Engineering design; Environment and Sustainability; Fluid and ion transport; Hydrodynamics; Kinetic and transport theory of fluids, physical properties of gases; Mathematical modelling; Microfluidics; Pem fuel cells.

Degrees


B.Sc. (Hertfordshire); M.Sc. (London); D.I.C. (Imperial College); Ph.D. (UBC); P.Eng.

Related Links


Dr. Djilali's Faces of UVic Research video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UodmQGweXd0

Interdisciplinary Research

Research in fuel cells covers mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, and electrochemistry.

Research Keywords

Community Interaction

Community Projects

Integration of energy systems for stand alone applications or remote locations using alternative energy, fuel cells and hydrogen technologies.

Community Collaborations

Development of computational fluid flow models to improve measurement and monitoring of flow rates and performance in hydroelectric plants (in collaboration with ASL Environmental Sciences Inc., Sidney).

International Involvement

International Research

I collaborate with researchers in France and Germany on the development of turbulence and computational fluid dynamics models.

General International Activities

I serve on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy and the ASME Journal of Fuel Cell Science and Technology, as well as on the Advisory/Scientific committees of several international conferences.

Countries lived/worked in

The U.K., France and Algeria

Software Development

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software.