Ahmad HaddadPh.D. - Control Systems Engineering
Assistant Dean - School of Engineering - Akkar Campus
Block A  1st Floor (Tripoli Campus) – Extension: #55113
Block B  Ground Floor (Akkar Campus) – Extension: #59222
PO Box:146404 Mazraa, Beirut – LEBANON
Tel:  +961 (6) 416 333 (Tripoli) 
Tel:  +961 (6) 695 488 (Akkar)
Fax: +961 (6) 417 333 (Tripoli) 

Dr. AHMAD HADDAD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering         and the Assistant Dean of the School of Engineering in Akkar Campus at the Lebanese International University.

Dr. AHMAD HADDAD received his B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and Maintenance in 2002 from the University Center of Technology, Tripoli, Lebanon. He received his M.S. degree in Control Systems Engineering and his M.S. degree in Command and Exploitation of Complex Systems in 2005 from University of Technology of Belfort-Montbeliard (UTBM), Belfort, France. He received his Ph.D. in Control Systems Engineering in 2009 from UTBM after 4 years of research at Laboratory of Systems and Transport (SET). His research interests during the Ph.D. were in the Fuel Cell Modeling and Control; especially in the Nonlinear Dynamical Modeling of the Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells and the Control of the Fuel Cell's Membrane Humidity for Efficiency Improvement.
Dr. AHMAD HADDAD worked in many related engineering fields in both Lebanese and international corporations. His last industrial assignment was at PSA Peugeot-Citroën Corporation, Vesoul, France where he worked on the maintenance of automatic storage chains for vehicles spare parts. He was also assigned at the Laboratory of Habitation Sciences (LASH), Lyon, France where he worked on the automation and control of the atmosphere inside an habitation cell for human comfort.
Dr. AHMAD HADDAD  has a number of refereed journal and conference papers. He also served as a reviewer for International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. He were selected by Marquis Who's Who in the World for the 2009 Edition and by International Biographical Center of Cambridge for the 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century 2009/2010.
Research Interests:
  • Modeling and Control
  • Fuel Cell Systems
  • Renewable Energy