School of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh, Reader
Dr Sasa Djokic received Dipl.-Ing. and M. Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nis, Nis, Serbia, and Ph. D. degree in the same area from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Manchester, United Kingdom. He is currently a Reader in Electrical Power Systems at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, where he is teaching undergraduate and graduate (master and doctoral level) classes on Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Electrical Power Systems Engineering, Power Systems, Electrical Machines, Power Systems Economics, Network Integration of Renewable Generation and Power Quality.
Dr Djokic has published around 250 papers, of which several have received IEEE Best Paper and Best Poster awards. Over the past 25 years, Dr Djokic has performed research in the areas of theoretical electromagnetics, illuminating engineering, several aspects of power quality analysis, load and microgeneration modelling, assessment of solar and off-shore/on-shore wind energy resources and, most recently, system reliability and security analysis.
Dr Djokic is a recognized expert by IEC and has contributed to the several national and international standards, technical reports and engineering recommendations. He continues to be active in a number of ongoing CIGRE/CIRED, IEEE, IESNA, IEC/CISPR and other international Working Groups, Task Forces and Committees.
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Community building under sharing economy paradigm
Wednesday, 18.9 @ 10:50