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ATEEE 2021 Keynote Speakers



Dr. Oveis Abedinia | School of Engineering and Digital Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering, NAZARBAYEV UNIVERSITY


Oveis Abedinia received B.S (2005), M.Sc (2009) and PhD (2015-first honor) all in Electrical Engineering. He joins to Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2015 as Post-doc researcher and adjunct faculty member. In 2017 he started to construct different solar power plants in middle-east countries as project manager and then joins to Ardabil Techno-Park as Head of International Relations. Dr. Abedinia started his cooperation with Nazarbayev University from 2019 as visiting professor. He is Editor in different journals such as Complexity and guest editor in Energies. He has authored and co-authored more than 110 peer-reviewed publications (journal and conference papers), in addition to 4 book and book-chapters. He is Editor in Energy, Complexity, Energies and different high rank journals. Also, he is an active reviewer of several international journals (more than 32 high rank journals) as -IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid-, -IEEE Transactions on Power System-, -Energy-, -Applied Energy-, etc. His interest areas are Operation in Power system, Forecasting, Optimization Methods, Energy Management and Sustainable Energy.

Speech Title: Related to topics of "Energy Forecasting" and will be updated soon.


Dr. David Raisz(IEEE Senior Member) | Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics


David Raisz (Senior Member, IEEE) received the M.Sc. degree and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE), Budapest, Hungary, in 2000 and 2011, respectively. From 1999 to 2001, he was a Guest Researcher with the Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria. From 2012 to 2016, he led the Power Systems and Environment Group with the Department of Electric Power Engineering, BUTE, as an Associate Professor. In 2017, he joined the Institute for Automation of Complex Power Systems, E.ON Energy Research Center, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany. He has been working on or leading more than 40 industrial and research projects.

Speech Title: Related to topics of " Power grids, Power system control, Battery powered vehicles" and will be updated soon.


Dr Syed Abdul Rehman Khan | School of Management and Engineering, Xuzhou University of Technology, Xuzhou, China


aS.pngDr Syed Abdul Rehman Khan is an expert of Supply Chain and Logistics Management. Dr Khan achieved his CSCP—Certified Supply Chain Professional certificate from the U.S.A. and completed his postdoctoral fellowship from Tsinghua University. 

Dr Khan is a Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. He has more than twelve years’ core experience of supply chain and logistics at industry and academic levels. He has attended several international conferences and also has been invited as a keynote speaker in different countries. He has published more than 110+ scientific research papers in different well- renowned international peer-reviewed journals (SSCI/SCI and ABS listed) and conferences, including couple of research paper indexed in Essential Science Indicators (ESI). Dr Khan is the authored of three books related to the sustainability in supply chain and business operations. He is a regular contributor to conferences and workshops around the world.    

During the last three years, Dr Khan has won 5 different national/provincial-level research projects. Besides, Dr Khan has achieved scientific innovation awards three times consecutively by the Education Department of Shaanxi Provincial Government, China.    

 Also, Dr Khan holds memberships in the following well-renowned institutions and supply chain bodies/associations: APCIS-U.S.; Production and Operation Management Society, India; Council of Supply Chain Management of Professionals U.S.; Supply Chain Association of Pakistan; and Global Supply Chain Council China.                          

Speech Title: Factors Affecting Carbon Emissions in Emerging Economies: Implications for Sustainable Development Goals