See Resource pages for teaching material

  • ECS643U/P Power Electronics (Organizer/lecturer, 2015 – present)
  • ECS618U/P Electrical Machines and Systems (Organizer/lecturer, 2015 – present)

Queen Mary students can find the lecture notes and lab assignments in QMPlus. Electrical Machines and Systems is actually two modules in one covering Electrical Machinery and Power System fundamentals.

My past teaching activities include:

  • Engineering Mathematics and System Modelling (Joint lecturer, Warwick, 2014)
  • System Modelling and Control (Warwick, Joint lecturer, Warwick, 2013)
  • Control Project (Assistant lecturer, Newcastle, 2009)
  • Industrial Automation (Assistant lecturer, Newcastle, 2008)
  • CPD course on Matlab/Simulink (Newcastle, Organizer/Lecturer, 2007-2009)
  • CPD course on C/C++ for embedded programming (Newcastle, Organizer/Lecturer, 2008-2009)

MSc and UG Project Supervision

I supervise MSc students for project topics related to energy storages, wireless home energy management, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) applications, control of renewables, control of IC engines. You can find my proposed topics for this academic year in the msc_projects_2016-17 presentation. UG students are also open to select the MSc project topics but to do smaller parts of they find the projects challenging.

MSc graduates under my supervision (2015/16):

Ms Tannaz Monajemi, Project: SA-based Wireless energy measurement
Mr Runkang Li, Project: Fuzzy Multi Fusion Sensor Systems for Engine Calibration

Current UG project students (2016/17):

Oritseweyinmi Henry AJAGBAWA, Project: SA-Based Wireless Home Energy Management using Adaptive Dynamic Programming
Albert NARIMANOV, Project: SA-Based security protocol for Wireless Home Energy Management using Game Theory
Hemat SHAH, Project: Design routing protocols for SA-Based Home Energy Management
Hariras TONGYAI, Project: Hyperloop
Alexander Michael MCKEOWN, Project: App for finding empty places in library
Andras Homonyik, Project: Developing a CBTI for psychological analysis
Xiao LUO, Project: Multi-sensory Data Fusion for IC Engine Calibration

UG graduates (2015/16):

Marianna GONCALVES FUNDAO, Project: Dynamic Estimation for a Wind Turbine Connected to a Large-Scale Power System