Dr. Ibrahim Yehia

Dr. Ibrahim Yehia

Research interests

Dr. Ibrahim Yehia is the scientific director of the TRD Center and a semiconductor physicist with extensive research and industrial experience in leading firms in Germany and Israel. As Chief Scientist of the Triangle Research and Development Center he led and managed a program that enabled a small research institution to compete successfully on the Israeli and European levels as well as acting as one of the first scientists to prove the viability of agrivoltaics. 

 
 

Education

Selected publications

  • Peretz, M.F., Geoola, F., Yehia, I., Ozer, S., Levi, A., Magadley, E., Brikman, R., Rosenfeld, L., Levy, A., Kacira, M. and Teitel, M., 2019. Testing organic photovoltaic modules for application as greenhouse cover or shading element. Biosystems Engineering184, pp.24-36.
  • Friman-Peretz, M., Ozer, S., Geoola, F., Magadley, E., Yehia, I., Levi, A., Brikman, R., Gantz, S., Levy, A., Kacira, M. and Teitel, M., 2020. Microclimate and crop performance in a tunnel greenhouse shaded by organic photovoltaic modules–comparison with conventional shaded and unshaded tunnels. Biosystems Engineering197, pp.12-31.
  • Magadley, E., Kabha, R., Dakka, M., Teitel, M., Friman-Peretz, M., Kacira, M., Waller, R. and Yehia, I., 2022. Organic photovoltaic modules integrated inside and outside a polytunnel roof. Renewable Energy182, pp.163-171.
  • Magadley, E., Teitel, M., Peretz, M.F., Kacira, M. and Yehia, I., 2020. Outdoor behaviour of organic photovoltaics on a greenhouse roof. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments37, p.100641.
  • Waller, R., Kacira, M., Magadley, E., Teitel, M. and Yehia, I., 2021. Semi-transparent organic photovoltaics applied as greenhouse shade for spring and summer tomato production in arid climate. Agronomy11(6), p.1152.
  • Friman-Peretz, M., Ozer, S., Levi, A., Magadley, E., Yehia, I., Geoola, F., Gantz, S., Brikman, R., Levy, A., Kacira, M. and Teitel, M., 2021. Energy partitioning and spatial variability of air temperature, VPD and radiation in a greenhouse tunnel shaded by semitransparent organic PV modules. Solar Energy220, pp.578-589.
  • Magadley, E., Teitel, M., Kabha, R., Dakka, M., Friman Peretz, M., Ozer, S., Levi, A., Yasuor, H., Kacira, M., Waller, R. and Yehia, I., 2021. Integrating organic photovoltaics (OPVs) into greenhouses: electrical performance and lifetimes of OPVs. International Journal of Sustainable Energy, pp.1-16.
  • Magadley, E. and Yehia, I., 2022. Organic photovoltaic water reservoir covers–dual purpose land use, renewable electricity and water conservation. International Journal of Sustainable Energy41(2), pp.148-163.