Dr. Tayeb Brahimi, Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), at Effat University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, received his Ph.D. (1992) and Master Degree (1987) from Ecole Polytechnique, University of Montreal, Canada. He has worked as Research Scientist under Bombardier Chair/Canadair from 1992 to 1998. In 1998, he joined Jeppesen DataPlan in California, then Peregrine System (acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2005), in Concord (CA), as a Technical Support Analyst. Then, as Quality Assurance Engineer and Consultant for Electronic data interchange (EDI) commercial software in Dallas, Texas, providing strategic support, guidance and technical resolution of problems related to EDI, ESD, and online web application. Dr. Tayeb Brahimi is internationally recognized for his contribution to the development of teaching and research programs between the university and government Institutions including the improvement and development of CARDAAV and CARDAAS codes for load predictions on wind turbines, and CANICE code for aircraft icing simulation. He received internationally recognized awards and performed a leading role for a distinguished institution (Bombardier Chair/University of Montreal). He is a consultant at IONPARA Inc. (http://www.iopara.ca/team.shtml) for wind energy, vertical axis wind turbines, and aeronautics. He published more than 80 articles in scientific journals, international conferences, and internal technical reports on wind energy and VAWT & HAWT turbines, icing effects, and novel methodologies of teaching and learning. Among other activities, Dr. Tayeb Brahimi is reviewer for many international journals, invited speaker by the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering, Japan Turbo machinery Association (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, Tokyo), The Gulf Educational Conference as well as the International Conference on Engineering Education & Research (FICEER2015), and participated in Public Debate on Energy organized by the Government of Quebec, Canada (Public Debate on Energy). Current research interest relates to renewable energy including wind and solar energy, enhanced oil recovery simulation, thermodynamic of McVittie, as well as the use of technology to support learning, Engineering education, accreditation, and student outcomes, and collaborative and project-based learning in Engineering education. Other areas of interest include social aspect of wind energy, testing and quality assurance for component-based software, knowledge management, and integrating Islamic innovative heritage into the STEAM.