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Othmane El Mountassir

Othmane El Mountassir

Project Engineer, Electrical

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Othmane joined ORE Catapult in June 2015. In his current role as an Electrical Project Engineer, Othmane is responsible for the technical deliveries of ORE Catapult projects and programmes within the electrical infrastructure knowledge area.

Prior to joining the ORE Catapult, Othmane worked within an electrical technology systems developer as a Development Engineer where he was leading the delivery of projects developing and trialling an on-line condition monitoring system for power cables.  Othmane is ORE Catapult’s technical lead on a number of projects and has expertise in power transmission, HV cables, condition monitoring systems and the detection and location of faults in HV environments, having worked in this field in both academia and industry over the past six years.

Prior to this, Othmane achieved a PhD in Electrical Engineering working on the development of triangulation algorithms & signal processing techniques to locate Partial Discharge (PD) in HV substations.

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