Mumtaj Begam is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia. She obtained her B.Sc (Special) from University of Madras and M.Sc (Electronics) from Bharathidasan University, both from India. She also obtained a Bachelor degree in Education (B.Ed.) from Annamalai University, India. She worked in India for a reputed engineering college affiliated to Anna University, Chennai for 17 years in various academic capacities. She received her Ph.D from Multimedia University (Faculty of Engineering), Malaysia for her work on advanced power sources emphasizing Li-ion batteries. She joined the University Teknologi PETRONAS where she worked as an Associate Professor prior to joining The University of Nottingham. She has published over ninety papers in refereed journal, international and national conferences. She also serves as an international advisory board member and technical reviewer for journals and conferences.
Power System for Aerospace, Automotive and Marine Applications (H64AN1/ANA
Advanced Power Conversion (H64APC)
Power Electronic Design (H63PED//H54PE2)
Solid State Devices (H63SSD)
Power Supply Electronics (H62PSE)
Introduction to Electronic Engineering (H61IIC)
Introduction to Electrical Engineering (H61IAL)
Research interests include nanomaterials for advanced electrochemical power sources such as batteries and supercapacitors, energy harvesting and power electronics.
GODSON I. IKHAZUANGBE, K. M. BEGAM, CHANDIMA GOMES and ANANDAN SHANMUGAN, 2017. Receptor size and its effect on lightning protection of modern wind turbines Journal of Green Engineering. 7(3), 401-420 (SCOPUS) GODSON I. IKHAZUANGBE, K. M. BEGAM, CHANDIMA GOMES and ANANDAN SHANMUGAN, 2017. Optimum receptor location for lightning protection of modern wind turbines International Journal of Simulation (Systems, Science and Technology). 18(3), 4.1-4.8 (SCOPUS)
ALMUR A S. RABIH, K. M. BEGAM, TAIB IBRAHIM and ZAINAL A. BURHANUDIN, 2014. Dielectric Properties of Properly Slaughtered and
Non-properly Slaugheterd Chicken Journal of Medical Research and Development. 3(1), 2