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Omar Abdelaziz is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Maryland, College Park. During graduate studies, he earned the A. J. Clark School of Engineering and the Future Faculty Fellowships. Mr. Abdelaziz has 6 years of experience with CFD simulations using both academic and commercial software applied to indoor air quality, thermal and hydraulic performance of heat exchangers and two phase flow simulations. He also has over 6 years of experience with energy systems analysis and HVAC system designs with focus on energy efficiency and sustainability. He also has over 2 years of experience with engineering optimization and approximation techniques. Mr. Abdelaziz has been actively engaged in professional societies like ASHRAE and AEE. He helped starting a new task group within ASHRAE for the HVAC&R systems and components optimization and also founded the AEE student chapter at University of Maryland.