Umar Khan is a senior lecturer in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Edge Hill University since Spetember 2021.
Prior to joining Edge Hill, Umar worked at Heriot-Watt University as an Assistant Professor in Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering department and as lecturer in electrical and electronic engineering at Robert Gordon University. His research is focused on partial discharge, condition monitoring, sensors and instrumentation, hyperspectral imaging, spectroscopy and robotics. Umar has been actively involved in research and with industrial partners on various projects to provide long term solutions to engineering problems in the field of sensors, instrumentations, localization and condition monitoring. He is a fellow of Higher Education Academy, a member of IET and a member IEEE.
Partial Discharge, Condition Monitoring, Future Smart Grids, Sensors and Instrumentation, Robotics
Control and Instrumentation, Analogue and Digital Electronics, Ciruit Analysis
- Received Signal Strength Intensity Based Localization of Partial Discharge in High Voltage Systems
- An Efficient Algorithm for Partial Discharge Localization in High-Voltage Systems Using Received Signal Strength
- A Supervisory System for Partial Discharge Monitoring
- Localization of Partial Discharge by Using Received Signal Strength
- Low Power High-Speed Folding ADC Based Partial Discharge Sensor for Wireless Fault Detection in Substations
- Partial discharge detection in smart grid using software defined radio
- Wireless sensor network for radiometric detection and assessment of partial discharge in HV equipment
- Partial discharge localization based on received signal strength
- Partial discharge detection using low cost RTL-SDR model for wideband spectrum sensing
- Network Electro-thermal Simulation of Non-isothermal Magnetohydrodynamic Heat Transfer from a Transpiring Cone with Buoyancy and Pressure Work