Bad data detection and identification algorithm in solving power system state estimation problem: A comparison review
Proceedings of the 4th International Scientific Symposium on Electric Power Engineering, ELEKTROENERGETIKA 2007 (2007)
Evaluation of renewable energy as an alternative source for rural electrification in Tanzania
Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Energy and Power Systems (2007)
Doctorate in Electrical Engineering
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
January 2006 - September 2010(5 years)
Name: Mashauri Adam Kusekwa
Home Address: P.O. BOX 4027 Kihonda Maghorofani, Morogoro Municipal
Mobile Phone: +255 754 679176
Work Address: P.O. BOX 2958, Dar es Salam Institute of Technology (DIT)
Mobile Phone: +255 716 921756, +255 784 943342
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of Birth: 27th October 1962
Place of Birth: Nyambitilwa Village, Magu District, Mwanza Region, North-West Tanzania
Marital Status: Married
Language Spoken Kiswahili (Fluent), English (Fluent), Bulgarian (Fluent), Russian (Good) and Spanish (Average)
Profession: Registered Electrical Professional Engineer
Registered Electrical Consulting Engineer
Lecturer (Electrical Engineering)
PhD in Electrical Engineering from Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in Cape Town, Republic of South Africa, 17th September 2010. Specialized in Power System Monitoring and Control (State Estimation).
MSc in Electrical Engineering from Higher Institute for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in Sofia, Republic of Bulgaria, 23rd July 1991. Specialized in Electrical Machines and Apparatus.
Certificate in Fluid Control Techniques from Fluid Control Research Institute (FCRI) in Kanjikode West, Palakkard-Kerala State, Republic of India, December 1996. Specialized in Industrial fluid Control and Instrumentation.
KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCES
Industrial Electrical Plant Maintenance of Motors, Generators, Transformers, Cables, Low Voltage (LV) and High Voltage (HV) Switchgear.
Design, Installation and Commissioning of Industrial Motors, Generators, Transformers, Low Voltage (LV) and High Voltage (HV) Switchgear
Industrial Safety and Fire Protection
Consultancy in Practical Electrical Engineering Works i.e. Design, preparation of drawings and tender documents for various Electrical Engineering Projects.
Lecturing in Electrical Machines, High Voltage Engineering, Network Analysis, Special Electrical machines and Electrical Transients at DIT, CPUT and St. Joseph College of Engineering in Dar es Salaam.
Competence Based Curriculum Development, NTA 4-6, NTA7-8.
Research work in the field of Power System Engineering in particular; Power Flow Analysis, Power System State Estimation (PSSE), Economic Dispatch (ED) and Optimal Power Flow (OPF).
Computer Literate with a good working knowledge of
Microsoft Office Packages
Programming and using of MATLAB Software
Programming and using of Distributed and Parallel Computing Software.
Power World Simulator Software
Data Management Software: MSQL, Motor Master.
PSAT, PST, MATPOWER Software.
Simulation using SIMULINK.
Corporate Member: Institution of Engineers Tanzania (IET)-1999
Member: Association of Consulting Engineer Tanzania (ACET)-2011
Member: Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED)-2008
Member: Fluid Control Society at Fluid Control Research Institute (FCRI) at Palakkard-Kerala State-Republic of India-1996
Registered Professional Electrical Engineer by Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Tanzania-1998
Registered Electrical Consulting Engineer by Engineers Registration Board (ERB) Tanzania-2001
September 1991-December 1991: Electrical Project Engineer at NDC HQ responsible for design, preparation of drawings and installation of Electrical machines and equipment.
December 1991- November 1993: Electrical Maintenance Engineer and Electrical Project Engineer at Southern Paper Mills Ltd (SPM). Responsible for day-to-day maintenance of Electrical Motors, Standby Generators, Transformers and Supervision of Electrical Department projects.
November 1993- June 1998: Principal Electrical Engineer and Head of Electrical Engineering Department at Morogoro Polyester Textiles Mill in Morogoro. With responsibility to oversee the smooth running of the day to day operation of the department including maintaining good order and discipline, prepare annual plans and budgets and execution of Electrical Machine, Equipment maintenance and Supervision of Electrical and Instrumentation projects.
1998-2011 (13 years): Electrical Professional Engineer
2001-2011 (10 years): Electrical Consulting Engineer. Responsible for design, preparation of Electrical drawings and Tender documents for Electrical Engineering Projects.
1993-1998: Head of Electrical Engineering Department at Morogoro Polyester Textiles Mill. Responsible for Planning, preparation of department budget and day-to-day operation of the Mill.
2000- 2006: Head of Electrical Engineering Department at Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT). With responsibility to plan, coordinate, direct and manage human and physical resources of the department, overseeing smooth running of the day to day of the department.
July 1998- 2011: Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at DIT, CPUT and St. Joseph College of Engineering in Dar es Salaam. Responsible for Conducting Lectures, Tutorials, Supervising Advanced Diploma (ADE), Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech), Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng), and Master of Technology (M.Tech) Student Project at DIT and CPUT.
2001-2006: Coordinator and developer of Competence Based Curriculum. Responsible for coordination and Development of NTA 4-6 and NTA 7-8 Curriculum at DIT and DMI.
2008-2010: Research Assistant at CPUT. Assisting the head of Centre for Real-Time Distribution Systems on issues concerning research and Postgraduate Students.
November 2010-Todate: Institute Consultancy Bureau (ICB-DIT) Manager. With responsibility to plan, coordinate, direct and manage community and consultancy services, continuing education and human and physical resources of the bureau.
March 2011-Todate: Coordinator and Supervisor of the Ijangala Small Hydropower and Electrification of Villages in Makete District, Iringa- Region. Responsible for supervision of Feasibility study, design, preparation of drawings and Tender Documents.
MAJOR PROJECT AND CONSULTANCY WORK
April-2011: Technical report on Inland Container Depot (ICD) of Shinyanga on Design, construction, modification of Electrical drawings, Electrical Equipment Installation, Testing and Commissioning
May -2010: Research report on Development of Methods, Algorithms and MATLAB program for computation of Real-Time Distributed and Parallel Power System State Estimation (PSSE) of the Tanzanian Electrical Power Network.
November-2007: Research report on Development of Model, Algorithm and MATLAB program for computing Real-Time Power Flow of the Tanzanian Electrical Network.
April 2005: Energy Audit at CRDB Bank Head Office. Preparation of Drawings, Specification and Tender Document for Construction of Power Sheds and Installation work of 500 kVA Standby Diesel Generator.
Jan-2004: Research report on Development of Low Cost Residential House Wiring Scheme for low income earner in Tanzania.
September-2003: Preparation of Drawings, Installation and Commissioning of 250 kVA Standby Diesel Generator of Labour Centre in Dar es Salaam.
July-2003: Consultancy report on Situational Analysis on Development of Ordinary Diploma Competence Based Curriculum (NTA 4-6) of the Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute (DMI).
May-2003: Consultancy report on Post Evaluation study on Dar es Salaam Power Distribution System Maintenance Project (DAMP) phase II.
August- 2002: Preparation drawings, installation of 500 kVA transformer and Low Voltage (LV) Switchgear Panel 8 ways of the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT).
September- 2001: Preparation drawings and installation of 200 kVA Standby Diesel Generator of the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) offices.
July- 2001: Preparation of Installation drawings and installation of New Low Voltage (LV) Switchgear Panel 12 way of the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT).
August-2000: preparation of installation drawing and Electrical wiring of a three store (Block 5) of the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT).
Jan-1999: Consultancy report on Post Evaluation study on Dar es Salaam Power Distribution System Maintenance Project (DAMP) phase I
June-1995: Technical report on Feasibility study for in-house Electrical Power Generation of the Morogoro Polyester Textile Mills.
July 1991: Research report on Development of New Methods, Algorithm in Designing Asynchronous Motors.
SHORT COURSES ATTENDED
May-2000: Energy Conservation in Industries, organized by Kwanza Limited Company of Dar es Salaam
September-1999: Curriculum Development, organized by Faculty of Education University of Dar es Salaam
September-1996: Advanced Intelligent Instrumentation at PSG College of Engineering, Tamil-Nadu State, Republic of India.
March-2011: Managing Innovation, Optimizing the power of new Idea, Bagamoyo-Tanzania
“Renewable Energy Trends and Applications”, ISBN 978-953-307-939-4. Manuscript has been accepted for publication in October 2011 by Interchweb.org (http://www.interchweb.org/booksprocess)
M. A. Kusekwa, E.V. Mgaya & A.A. Riwa, “Micro-hydropower and Rural Electrification in Tanzania”, Yemeni Journal of Science, Vol.5, No.2, 2003, pp.15-17
M.A. Kusekwa & R. Tzoneva, “State Estimation of the Tanzanian Power System Network Using Non-Quadratic Criterion and MATLAB Environment”, accepted for Publication in October 2011 by SAIEE Research Journal of South Africa
M.A. Kusekwa & R.Tzoneva, “Decomposition-Coordination Model and Algorithm for Parallel Calculation of Power System State Estimation”, accepted for publication in October by World Academy of Science, Technology and Engineering Journal-France.
M.A. Kusekwa, “Engineering Education, Training and Employment, Challenges Ahead Meeting the Millennium Development Goals”, Proceedings of IET Annual Conference, AICC-
Arusha Tanzania, December 2004, pp. 11-18
M.A. Kusekwa, “Energy Saving Technologies in Manufacturing and Agro-Processing Industries in Tanzania”, Proceedings of TSAE Conference, Morogoro Tanzania, November 2004, pp. 65-75
M.A. Kusekwa and J.N. Mkilania, “Development of Load Estimation Method for Township and Rural Electrification in Tanzania”, Proceedings of ICSEDA International Conference in Yaoundé Cameroon, January 2006, CD-ROM
M.A. Kusekwa & R.Tzoneva, “Analysis on the Algorithm for Solution of the Weighted Least Absolute Value problem for Power System State Estimation”, Proceedings of the 16th Southern African Universities’ Power Engineering Conference, University of Cape Town, 25th -26th January 2007, pp. 140-147
M.A. Kusekwa, R.Tzoneva & A.K. Mohamed, “Evaluation of Renewable Energy as an Alternative Source for Rural Electrification in Tanzania”, Proceedings of the 7th IASTED International Conference on Power and Energy System (EUROPE2007), 29th -31st August 2007, Palma de Mallorca Spain, CD-ROM, ISBN 978-0-889886-690-4
M.A. Kusekwa & R.Tzoneva, “Bad data Detection and Identification Algorithm in Solving Power System State Estimation Problem: A Comparison Review”, Proceedings of the 4th International scientific Symposium, 19th -21st September 2007, Kosice-Bratislava, Republic of Slovakia, CD-ROM
M.A. Kusekwa & R.Tzoneva, “Bad data Detection and Identification algorithm in Solving Power System State Estimation: A Review”, a poster presented at IEEE Africon 2007 International Conference Windhoek Namibia, 26th -27th September 2007, CD-ROM, ISBN 1-4244-0987-X, IEEE Catalog Number: 07CH37876C
M.A. Kusekwa & R.Tzoneva, “An Assessment of Renewable Energy as an Alternative Source of Rural Electrification in Tanzania”, Proceedings of 24th IET Annual Conference, 6th -7th December 2007, Kunduchi Beach Hotel and Resort, Dar es Salaam, pp. 15-21
M.A. Kusekwa, “Energy Conservation Techniques in Manufacturing and Agro-Processing Industries in Tanzania”, Proceedings of the 6th IET International Conference, AICC-Arusha Tanzania, 10th -12th December 2008, pp.48-53
M.A. Kusekwa, “Development of Low Cost Versatile Residential House Wiring Scheme for Rural and Township Electrification in Tanzania”, Proceedings of the 6th IET International Conference, AICC-Arusha Tanzania, 10th -12th December 2008, pp. 82-87
M.A. Kusekwa, “Load Flow Solution of the Tanzanian Power Network Using Newton-Raphson Method and MATLAB Environment”, Proceedings of the 7th IET International Conference, AICC-Arusha Tanzania 6th -7th December 2010, pp…
M.A. Kusekwa, “The role of state Estimation in the Energy Management System for Operation, Monitoring and Control of Power System”, Proceedings of 4th Fellowship/Professional Lectures and Workshop on Engineering and Development-Case Studies, Kazi House- Dar es Salaam, 25th March 2011, pp.1-11