Examinations and programme management
Director, MSc programme in Future Power Networks: As founding director he developed the
entire curriculum and lead the program from 2014-2019.
Examination officer: He led the department exam paper production process during 2004-2012.
In his role as examination officer, he led a process of high quality exam paper preparation,
assessment and evaluation for UG programme.
Student scholarship and international education exchange
At Imperial he led an initiative to obtain scholarship for UG students from industry
sponsored UK Power Academy. 46 scholarships were secured between 2007-2011. Besides an
annual bursary of £ 2500 and one third of tuition fees, the scheme offers 10 weeks of paid
summer internship each year to each scholar for the entire duration of the UG programme.
More than 50% scholars remained in UK power sector after graduation.
He led an initiative in setting up longer term collaboration with power companies and
academic in Brazil leveraging Science Without Border programme of Brazilian Govt. So far 5
Brazilian researchers in power area have joined the group.
He has organised regular events such as lectures, seminar and workshops under IEEE UKRI PES
chapter at Imperial College London.
These events attracted eminent speakers from various parts of the world, e.g. Dr Mike
Adler, IEEE President 2003, who was a guest speaker at one such event.
In April 2010, he organised Wide Area Power Monitoring Research Dissemination workshop at
Imperial College London.
In September 2007, he organised a one-day symposium by Dr Nelson Martins in Power System
In March 2006, he organised a two-day workshop on Wide Area Monitoring, Measurement and
Control in which distinguished speakers such as Prof. A. Phadke and Mr. Carson Taylor spoke.
In September 2004, he successfully organised a short course on Power System Stability that
was given by Dr Prabha Kundur, the internationally renowned expert in this field.