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Dr Nagi Fahmi

Dr Nagi Fahmi

Senior Lecturer / Director of BEng Professional Engineering Programmer

Phone number:+44(0)121 2043575 

Room number: MB148 

Email: n.r.fahmi@aston.ac.uk

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Profile 

Dr Nagi Fahmi is a staff member of the Power Engineering System Group at Aston University, UK. He is currently Director of the Professional Engineering programmes.  He has been Member of the Institution of Engineering & Technology and Chartered Engineering since 1993. His research focuses on power system analysis and power system control.  

  • PhD Aston University
  • MSc Power Systems – UMIST/Salford University
  • DipEE (5 years Programme- Electrical Power Systems) Sudan University of Technology

 

  • 1974 – 1976 Electrical Engineer – Union Carbide
  • 1977 – 1982 Lecturer Khartoum University – Sudan
  • 1982 – 1986 PG Research CEGB/Aston University
  • 1986 – 1988 Consultant/ Research CEGB/Aston University
  • 1988 – to date Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Aston University

 

  • Lecturer on subjects related to Electrical Power Engineering and Generation in undergraduate BEng degree programmes.
  • MSc Professional Engineering Academic Supervisor

 

  • Development in power system analysis, protection and active and reactive power flow control
  • Stability of interconnected network and islanded systems
  • Development in microcontrollers and embedded systems for process control.
  • Machines and Electronic Drives
  • Sensors for Medical Applications
  • Research active in 'Technologies supporting healthy ageing'
  • Decentralisation of Power System Voltage Control using Artificial Neural Networks
  • Interest in research and development in Smart Grid Systems and HVDC links.
  • Research in Microprocessor Based Bus-bar Protection Relay
  • Applications of Artificial Neural Networks to Power Systems Transient Energy Margin Evaluation. 
  • Renewable and Low Carbon Electricity Generation    

 

  • Currently supervising three Ph.D. research students  
  • Supervisor on Project FALCON research for Network Techniques funded by LCNF