My name is Ashknaz Oraee. I received my PhD degree in the Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge in 2015. During my PhD I have been working on the design optimization of a novel generator system for wind turbine applications. The Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator (BDFIG) is a promising replacement for the widely used DFIG wind turbines particularly in offshore where reliability is a major concern. My supervisor was Dr Richard McMahon from the Epec Group. My research interests involve electrical machines and drives for renewable power generation. I am very interested in teaching and have been giving supervisions and laboratory demonstrations to undergraduate students for the past three years at the University of Cambridge. Recently, I have joined Sadjad University electrical engineering department as a full-time lecturer in Iran. I have been giving lectures on theory and design of electrical machines and renewable energy for post-graduate electrical engineering students. I received my undergraduate BEng degree from Kings College London in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. During my undergraduate course at Kings College London, I conducted research on magnetic levitation systems. After completing my higher education, I joined Electro Pezhvak Arian Ltd. as the CEO. Electro Pezhvak has been manufacturing transformers in a wide range models for various applications since 1994. The company has also taken part in different projects in the telecommunications and renewable energy of Iran. I have also joined Beheen Co. as their business development consultant working on their 1000 MW wind farm project in Iran. Beheen Co. was established in 2002 as a private investor-owned Iranian company with the major experts in Energy, Telecommunication and consulting fields.