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Talal Yusaf, Professor

Renewable Energy & Biomechanical Engineering University of Southern Queensland, Australia Aviation Department

Talal Yusaf, Professor

  • Education
  • PhD - University of southern Queensland, Australia

    MSc - National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

    BSc - University of Technology, Iraq

  • Technical Focus
  • Renewable Energy

    Environmental Science

    International Education

  • Biography
  • Professor Talal Yusaf currently holds the position of Chief of Business Development Officer at Aviation Australia, and Professor at University of Southern Queensland. From 2018-2020, he held the position of Pro Vice Chancellor (International and Partnership) and Professor at Federation University Australia. Earlier, from 2008– 2018, he was the Executive Director – International and Development and Associate Dean (Academic Coordinator) and Professor in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Southern Queensland. Professor Yusaf has more than 30 years of experience across teaching and learning, research, management and broad university service in Australia (2000-2018); United Kingdom (2010-2011) and South East Asia (1991-2000). He holds a PhDs in renewable energy and biomechanical engineering.

  • Newest Selected Publications
  • Yusaf, Talal and Yousif, B. F and Elawad, Mohamed (2011) Crude palm oil fuel for diesel-engines: experimental and ANN simulation approaches. Energy, 36 (8). 4871-4878. ISSN 0360-5442.

    -T Yusaf, KH Saleh, MA Said, (2011) Engine performance and emission analysis of LPG-SI Engine with the aid of ANN. Journal of Power and Energy. 225; ISSN 0957-6509.

    - Yusaf, Talal and Goh, Steven C. and Borserio, Jack (2011) Potential of renewable energy alternatives in Australia. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 15 (5). pp. 2214-2221. ISSN 1364-0321.

    -T Yusaf, (2009) Experimental Investigation of A Single Cylinder Diesel Engine as A Hybrid Power Unit for A Series Hybrid Electric Vehicle. J. of Energy Resources Technology, ASME. Volume 131, pp12203-12207.