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Ms. El Bakkari Fatima | Automotive engineering | Women Researcher Award

Ph.D Student, Mohammadia school of engineers,ย Morocco

Ms. El Bakkari Fatima, a dedicated Ph.D. student at Mohammadia School of Engineers in Morocco, exemplifies excellence in automotive engineering. Her relentless pursuit of knowledge and innovative solutions has earned her the prestigious Women Researcher Award. ๐Ÿ† Fatima’s work not only advances the field of automotive engineering but also serves as an inspiration for aspiring researchers, particularly women, to pursue their passions in STEM fields. With her exceptional talent and commitment, she is making significant contributions to the automotive industry while breaking barriers and paving the way for future generations of female engineers. ๐Ÿš—๐Ÿ’ก

Profile

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Academic Education

In 2021, Ms. El Bakkari Fatima embarked on her Ph.D. journey in Mechanical Engineering at Mohammadia School of Engineering (EMI) in Rabat, with a focus on developing Integrated Systems for Energy Recovery in Electric Vehicles ๐Ÿš—โšก. She conducts her research within the EMISys Research Laboratory, specializing in Electrical, Mechanical, and Industrial Systems. Prior to her doctoral studies, Fatima earned her Engineer degree in Design and Industrial Production, specializing in Automotive Engineering, from the National School of Arts and Crafts (ENSAM) in Rabat. Her academic journey began with a Diploma in Technological Studies (DUT) in Mechanical and Production Engineering at ENSAM, following her high school education in Physical Sciences at AL NASSIM High School in Temara – Rabat. ๐ŸŽ“

Teaching Experience

In 2023, Ms. El Bakkari Fatima continues to make significant strides in her academic journey by leading the Advanced Automotive Technology Course for third-year engineering students, specializing in Mechanical Engineering – Automobile, at Mohammadia School of Engineering (EMI) in Rabat. ๐Ÿš— This comprehensive course encompasses a range of topics vital to the automotive industry, including Powertrains, Transmission Systems, Steering Systems, Safety, Design, and advanced technologies such as Hybrid and Electric Vehicles. Alongside her teaching responsibilities, Fatima remains committed to nurturing future engineers. During her doctoral studies from 2021 to 2022, she actively supported and mentored high school and post-baccalaureate students in engineering, fostering their understanding through clear explanations and supplementary resources. ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿซ

Work Experience

From February to July 2020, in Kรฉnitra, Morocco, Ms. El Bakkari Fatima served as a Process and Methods Engineer at CITIC DICASTAL, achieving a commendable grade for her End-of-Studies Project. ๐Ÿญ Her project focused on the “Design of a Robotic Cell for Deburring Automotive Rims,” involving intricate modeling and simulation of Fanuc Robots, GRR Grippers, Deburring Machines, and Conveyors within the technical department. Prior to this, in June and July 2019, Fatima contributed her expertise as an Industrialization Methods Engineer at SAFRAN Electrical & Power System in Ain Atiq, Temara, Morocco. Her project involved the design of a standardized test bench for a new type of wiring harness, coupled with the automation of a database for electrical harness testing methods using Excel macros. ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ

Publications

Title: Compatible alternative energy storage systems for electric vehicles: Review of relevant technology derived from conventional systems Year: 2024 Authors: El Bakkari, F.; Mounir, H. Journal: Energy Volume: 288 Page: 129775

Title: Electric Vehicle Progress and Challenges on the Road to Sustainable Transportation Year: 2021 Authors: El Bakkari, F.; Mounir, H.; El Marjani, A. Conference: Proceedings of 2021 9th International Renewable and Sustainable Energy Conference, IRSEC 2021 Citations: 3.

El Bakkari Fatima | Automotive engineering | Women Researcher Award

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