Prof Sasa Djokic

Personal Chair of Electrical Power Systems



+44(0)131 6505595


4.112 Faraday Building

Engineering Discipline: 

  • Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Research Institute: 

  • Energy Systems

Academic Qualifications: 

  • MSc (2001), University of Nis, Serbia
  • PhD (2004), UMIST, UK
  • MSc (2001), University of Nis, Serbia

Professional Qualifications and Memberships: 

  • Member of Joint CIGRE/CIRED WG C4.24 (Power Quality in Smart Grids) and CIGRE WG C4.27 (Benchmarking PQ in TS)
  • Co-chair of two CIGRE/CIRED Joint Work Groups: C4.110 (Voltage Dips) and C4.605 (Load Modelling)
  • Advisory Member of IES Controls Protocol Committee
  • Several EPSRC, EU, TSB, ETP and DECC Research Projects
  • Member of BSI/IEC Committees L/013 (Smart Grids) and GEL/210 (EMC)
  • Chair of Task 3: Electric Power Systems Perspective, IEEE PES WG on Sustainable Future Electrical Energy System Design
  • Member of UIE WG2 and Corresponding Member of IEEE P1668 Working Group


  • MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems, Dissertation Project (PGEE11017)
  • Power Systems Engineering and Economics (PGEE11016)
  • Power Systems and Machines 4 (ELEE10005)
  • Power Systems Engineering 5 (ELEE11054)
  • Power Systems and Machines (MSc, PGEE10013)

Research Interests: 

  • Electricity Supply Systems
  • Distribution Networks
  • Load Modelling
  • Power Quality & Reliability
  • Distributed Generation
  • Micro-generation in Urban Areas
  • Power Electronics and Power Mitigating Equipment
  • Illuminating Engineering


  • Electrical Power Systems
  • Distributed Generation
  • Modelling of Microgeneration and Small-scale/Medium-scale Distributed Generation
  • Illuminating Engineering
  • Load Modelling and Demand Side Management
  • Power Quality and Reliability/Security Assessment
  • Assessment of Steady State and Transient Perfromance of Distribution Networks

Further Information: 

  • Deputy Programme Director of Sustainable Energy Systems MSc Studies
  • Previous Employment: 1992-2001 University of Nis, 2001-2005 University of Manchester/UMIST